Dell Defines VR Ready Solutions; Upgrades Precision Tower PCs with Broadwell-EP CPUs
Dell just unveiled new VR ready solutions that offer refined criteria for optimal immersive experience. The US based computer technology firm has defined VR ready solutions by three criteria:
- Minimum CPU, memory, and graphics requirements to support optimal VR viewing;
- Graphics drivers that are qualified to work reliably with these solutions; and,
- Passing performance tests conducted by Dell using test criteria based on HMD (head-mounted display) suppliers, ISVs or 3rd party benchmarks where available.
To meet the needs of professional VR creators, Dell has also announced refresh to its Precision Tower Workstations, with Dell Precision Tower 5810, 7810, and 7910 Workstations being upgraded with Intel’s latest Broadwell-EP processors. The new CPU lineup includes 20 per cent more cores and cache, providing better performance per watt than previous generation.
Additional upgrades include: the latest professional graphics technologies from AMD and NVIDIA; Dell Precision Ultra-Speed PCle drives with up to 4x faster performance than traditional SATA SSD storage; and up to 1TB of DDR4 Memory running at 2400MHz speed.
Dell has also included some of its exclusive technologies, namely Dell’s patented Reliable Memory Technology, Dell Intel CAS-W cache acceleration on software and an upgraded Dell Precision Optimizer, which automatically sets your workstation up for 22 professional application profiles improving productivity.
The Dell Precision Tower 5810, 7810, and 7910 Workstations and Rack 7910 will be available starting April 5.
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