Some time ago, Intel officially began selling the long-awaited processors based on Alder Lake processor cores. These are the first Intel processors to be built on a 10nm technology called “SuperFin”. This is actually the 12th generation of Intel processors, and they are much more powerful compared to their predecessors. In addition, it is also the first consumer processor to support fast DDR5 system memory.
DDR5 system memory is becoming increasingly popular among laptop manufacturers. Unfortunately, Dell went too far with them when designing the Precision 7670 laptop. Its engineers prepared their own DDR5 system memories, which they called a Compression Attached Memory Module (CAMM). Users will be able to choose memory configurations up to a maximum total capacity of 128GB.
Dell is expected to develop CAMM system memory to make the new Precision 7670 more compact and therefore lighter. However, the problem is that the owners will not be able to choose the system memory when updating the system memory. They will have to buy DDR5 system memory from Dell at a much higher price than what would be discounted for it on the open market. Plus, it will severely restrict competition and put Dell in a much better position.
On the other hand, the Dell Precision 7670 laptop will be designed for the most demanding people. It will be equipped with Intel Alder Lake-HX processors (from Core i5 to Core i9) and a powerful Nvidia RTX A5000 or Intel Arc Pro graphics card. A 16-inch or 40.6cm OLED display with 4K resolution and a 16-10 aspect ratio will add the finishing touch, though Dell hasn’t yet revealed the retail price of the novelty, at least in terms of hardware, but it won’t come cheap. .