Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Get the specs on Dell’s new entry-level workstations

Dell recently announced a powerful new 1U rack workstation and two tower workstations, part of the Dell Precision 3000 series.

In a brief, Dell touted them as powerful, affordable and compact industry leading workstations for businesses of all sizes and budgets.

Here’s a breakdown of the workstations and their specs.

Precision 3930 Rack – $899 USD

Source: Dell
  • The workstation has 8th Generation Intel Core and Intel Xeon processors
  • Offering 64GB of memory
  • 24TB of storage with the option of expandability up to 3 PCle slots
  • Graphic options are configurable, supporting AMD Radeon and NVIDIA

Precision 3630 Tower – $649 USD

Source: Dell
  • New industrial design, 23 per cent smaller than its predecessor
  • 8th Generation Intel Core and Xeon processors
  • 64GB of faster 2666Mhz UDIMM memory
  • Radeon Pro or NVIDIA Quadro professional-grade graphics with up to 225W of supports

Precision 3430 Small Form Factor Tower – $649 USD

Source: Dell
  • Industrial small factor form ideal for constrained work spaces
  • 8th Generation Intel Core and Xeon processors
  • 64GB of faster 2666Mhz UDIMM memory
  • AMD Radeon Pro or NVIDIA Quadro professional-grade graphics with up to 55W of supports

Both of Dell’s 3000 series towers are currently available, the Precision 3630 Rack will be available worldwide starting July 26th.

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Meagan Simpson
Meagan Simpson
Meagan Simpson is a Jr. staff writer for IT World Canada. A graduate of Carleton University’s journalism program, she loves sports, travelling, reading and photography, and when not covering tech news she can be found cuddled up on the couch with her cat and a good book.

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