Dell Precision Tower Powered by 64-Core Threadripper PRO CPU

New professional workstation allows engineers to simultaneously design and render via fast CPU, support for high-end GPU graphics.

New professional workstation allows engineers to simultaneously design and render via fast CPU, support for high-end GPU graphics.

Dell Precision 7865 Tower workstation with Dell 38-inch U3821DW monitor, Dell Wireless Keyboard and Mouse KM7321W and Dell Pro Webcam WB7022. Image courtesy of Dell Technologies.


Dell Technologies has unveiled a new addition to its Precision series of tower workstations, with support for the 64-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-Series CPU. The Precision 7865 Tower will be available later this summer.

Designed for engineers, architects, creators and designers who depend on mixed-use workflows, the Precision 7865 Tower comes with up to 64 CPU cores, up to 56TB storage, optional Thunderbolt 3, up to 1TB of DDR4 ECC memory with RMT Pro and a full suite of professional graphics options (up to 32GB AMD Radeon PRO W6800 or up to 48GB NVIDIA RTX A6000 graphics). The Precision 7865 Tower allows you to create and render simultaneously, without sacrificing performance, the company says.

A new chassis with hexagonal venting offers dedicated air channels to cool critical components, which improves thermal efficiency and acoustics. The chassis is also 14% smaller than the Precision 7820 Tower.

Like other units in the Precision series, the 7865 includes Dell Optimizer for Precision, a software tool that leverages AI to learn end user work styles and optimize application performance.

TPM 2.0 (trusted platform module) and self-encrypting drives help users protect sensitive data, intellectual property and confidential projects. Rounding out the ease of use, frequently used USB Type-C and A ports are located on the front of the tower, and carrying handles make the tower more portable when needed.

Announced in March, the Threadripper PRO 5000 WX-Series has the highest CPU core count on the market, and offers up to 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes, enabling more graphics and storage expandability.

You can learn more about the 7865 Tower in a recent Dell blog post.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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