September 27, 2022
Dell just released a formidable Mac Pro workstation rival - but you can't buy it yet

Dell has unveiled what could be one of the world’s most powerful Windows workstations, the Precision 7865 Tower, featuring the fastest x86 CPU to date, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5995WX, a 64-core, 128-thread monster that should easily outpace whatever Intel has to offer. 

The latest member of the Precision family will excel at working with large databases, 3D rendering, compiling programs, and any workflow that requires significant computing power.

Other than the CPU, this system will be able to accommodate up to 1TB of DDR4 ECC RAM with RMT Pro (the chip supports up to 2TB though), up to 56TB storage (presumably a combination of SSD and HDD), optional Thunderbolt 3 connectivity (no TB4 though) and 10Gb Ethernet available by default. 

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