The Dell Precision Tower 7810 is a high-end desktop workstation that is highly customizable to its given need. The 7810 is giving users the power they need for intensive applications and graphics-rich workloads. The tower comes with either single or dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors, up to 256GB of quad-channel 2133MHz DDR4 ECC RIMM RAM, a range of different AMD FirePro or NVIDIA Quadro graphic cards, and the 7810 offers the option of traditional drives (with optional Intel CAS-W software solutions that enable I/O speeds close to SSD configurations) and SSD drives.
The 7810 has an overall black metal casing and two silver, metal handles on top. Handles for easy deployment and moving around the workstation. The front of the device is composed mostly of ventilation, with the entire right-hand side being ventilation with Dell branding in the middle and there is another ventilation grill by the DVD drive on the left-hand side. The bottom left-hand side has the device name. And the top left-hand corner has headphone and microphone jacks as well as four USB ports (3 USB 2.0 ports, and 1 USB 3.0).
Moving around to the rear of the workstation, we can see more ventilation and all kinds of connectivity. The top right-hand side of the device is further ventilation. The top left hand of the device has two audio ports (Line-in/mic, Line out), beneath those ports is a serial port, next are two USB 2.0 and a LAN port, then we have PS/2 ports for keyboard and mouse, and beneath that we get into our second set of USB ports (3 USB 3.0 and 1 more USB 2.0). Beneath the above-mentioned set of ports are the add-in cards/optional ports. Since the 7810 is highly customizable for specific usage this will vary greatly with each individual unit. But on the left: 2 DVI ports (one DVI-I dual link and one DVI-D dual link. To the right of the top DVI port are two DisplayPorts. Beneath those are two Thunderbolt ports and a second LAN port. And the last set of ports is a DisplayPort and Thunderbolt port.
At the bottom of the tower is the power supply with dual fans and the power input in the bottom right-hand corner. The workstation has an easy access handle on the left-hand side to get to the internal parts. When it is opened up, the user can see that there is plenty of room to maneuver around in and make further upgrades and additions. The open design also allows for plenty of airflows to help keep the PCIe SSDs cool.
Internal the top and bottom of the device are taken up by different cooling mechanisms. Right in the middle is the NVIDIA Quadro K6000 video card. Directly above the video card is the PCIe SSD, beneath the video card is the addition expansion slots. And there is 64GB of memory in four 16GB 2133MHz DDR4 RDIMM ECC slots.
Its added features such as the Optimizer 2.0, the 7810 should keep users moving at the top of the tower’s capable performance. The Teradici PCoIP Workstation Access Software can keep projects going from anywhere, and allow businesses to save money by having outside experts work on projects remotely while utilizing the full power of the workstation
The Dell Precision Tower 7810 is designed to handle applications that need a lot of processing power and high-end graphics, such as engineers, design professionals (especially 3D design), and CGI/3D animators.
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