Precision 7560 & 7760 Owners' Thread

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Which Precision do you own?

  1. 7560

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  2. 7760

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  1. hoxuantu

    hoxuantu Notebook Guru

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    The Dell Precision 7560 and 7760 are the 15.6" and 17.3" successors to the Precision 7550 and 7750.

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    Some users have received their Precision 7560 and 7760, so it is time for the owners' thread.
    There is no change in exterior design of these new Precision.
    Internal hardware have been updated:
    - Up to 11th Gen Intel Core or Xeon vPro processors
    - Up to NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics with 16GB of memory
    - Up to 128GB at 3200MHz, including optional ECC memory and SuperSpeed memory up to 3466MHz.
    - Up to 10TB of high-speed PCIe storage
    - New 5G WWAN option
    - 120Hz refresh rate for UHD monitor in 7760

    For detail specs, please see the specs sheets below.

    Dell 7560 specs sheet: https://dl.dell.com/topicspdf/precision-15-7560-laptop_owners-manual_en-us.pdf

    Dell 7560 service manual: https://dl.dell.com/topicspdf/precision-15-7560-laptop_owners-manual2_en-us.pdf

    Dell 7760 specs sheet: https://dl.dell.com/topicspdf/precision-17-7760-laptop_owners-manual_en-us.pdf

    Dell 7760 service manual: https://dl.dell.com/topicspdf/precision-17-7760-laptop_owners-manual2_en-us.pdf

    Comparison of Nvidia mobile graphic cards:
    https://www.nvidia.com/content/dam/...idia-rtx-line-card-for-mobile-workstation.pdf

    Please share your system benchmarks to help prospect owners make the right decision on their purchase.

    Here is a proposed set of benchmark, thanks to @zhongze12345

    Another test is SPECviewperf 2020 v2.0
    The SPECviewperf 2020 benchmark is the worldwide standard for measuring the graphics performance of professional applications running under the OpenGL and Direct X application programming interfaces. The viewsets (or benchmarks) represent graphics content and behavior from actual applications, without having to install the applications themselves. These viewsets include 3D Max, CATIA, Creo, Energy, Maya, Medical, Siemens NX, and Solidworks.

    Download: https://www.spec.org/gwpg/gpc.static/vp2020info.html
     
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  2. zhongze12345

    zhongze12345 Notebook Evangelist

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    These system benchmarks from the Alienware X17 are around what would be expected for the 7760:



    Those benchmarks are after the original high density RAM has been swapped out for low density RAM. There was an average performance improvement of 10% in synthetic benchmarks and a 20% in games.

    For the first few posts in this thread, post first impressions when your system arrives. For those who haven't received their system yet, list benchmarks that you would like to be done.
     
  3. l4k

    l4k Notebook Enthusiast

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    please test the 7760 with A5000 in timespy, firestrike, port royal, heaven
     
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  4. zhongze12345

    zhongze12345 Notebook Evangelist

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    The 3070 (A4000) in the Alienware X17 should be very similar since the extra cores in the A5000 are severely limited by power. However, the A5000 should have a bigger advantage with ray tracing and DLSS since it has more RT and tensor cores.
     
  5. l4k

    l4k Notebook Enthusiast

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    does anyone know what tgp the A5000 has in the 7760? u 3080 In X17-165W
     
  6. Ionising_Radiation

    Ionising_Radiation ?v = ve*ln(m0/m1)

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    110 W, with (allegedly) Dynamic Boost up to 140 W.
     
  7. latttitude

    latttitude Newbie

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    Did anyone start the machine with Ubuntu? Does it work to an acceptable degree? Including the docking station with external monitors? What about fan noise, can that be controlled/profiled?
     
  8. Chin_Chan_Lee

    Chin_Chan_Lee Notebook Enthusiast

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    Do these TDPs also apply to the A4000?
     
  9. Aaron44126

    Aaron44126 Notebook Prophet

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    Yes.
    [Edit] Actually, the base TDP for both A4000 and A5000 is 115W, not 110W as in previous generations.
     
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  10. win32asmguy

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    Do we know PL1 and PL2 CPU limits, in Ultra Performance mode and scenarios where the GPU is idle?
     
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