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Dell Precision Laptop: i7-10850H, 17.3" Touch, Quadro RTX 4000, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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      • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 w/8GB GDDR6 +$2.40
    • Keyboard
      • Internal Single Pointing Backlit Keyboard, US English with 10 Key Numeric Keypad +$3.66
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  • Intel Core i7-10850H 6-Core 12-Threads (2.7GHz Base / 5.1GHz Boost) Processor
  • 17.3" 1920x1080, 60Hz, Anti-Glare, Non-Touch,100% DCIP3, 500 Nits Display
  • 8GB DDR4 (1X8GB) Memory
  • M.2 256GB PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 w/8GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 2x2 (Gig+) + Bluetooth 5.1
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Ports:
    • 3x USB 3.2 w/ Powershare
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Thunderbolt 3.0 Type-C
    • 1x Mini DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
  • 6-Cell 95Whr ExpressCharge Capable Battery

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upgrade to rtx 4000 for $2.40 and backlit keyboard for $3.66

sick machine. I love my dell precisions

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Quadro is (was) Nvidia's name for their professional 3D graphics line. The GeForce line of cards is tuned for gaming and better visuals. Quadro is tuned for CAD/CAM, computational AI, render farms, etc. Their hardware is typically a bit better than the GeForce equivalent (e.g. ECC RAM, higher floating point precision), since their use requires more precision and accuracy in the output. But because their drivers are tuned differently, they may perform slightly worse in games than the equivalent GeForce card with the visuals looking slightly worse.

The name has been retired in favor of Nvidia RTX. Which will no doubt lead to more confusion since they're naming their gaming cards GeForce RTX.

You can figure out the GeForce equivalent by comparing their core config and clock speeds. Looks like the mobile Quadro RTX 4000 is equivalent to a slightly overclocked mobile GeForce RTX 2070 Super.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...000_series
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...0_series_2
I own this one. Company bought me. It is more for engineering needs, like for CAD work. It fast but my assemblies in SolidWorks still lagging. Which I wasn't Expecting. But I play Escape from Tarkov on max settings and it is good Smilie
You probably don't need an RTx 4000 for that. I would swap that out for faster SSD/RAM/ 11th gen Intel or zen 3 ryzen 5000

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What is a rtx 4000?

edit: I see it is a downgrade from the 30xx series. weird naming from Nvidia
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Seems good. I would add the backlit keyboard for $3.66 too
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RTX 4000 Quadro is based on previous-generation Turing architecture. Comparable to RTX 2060.
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RTX 4000 Quadro is based on previous-generation Turing architecture. Comparable to RTX 2060.
Yes. And Quadro has certified drivers.
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Save more money by opting for a non-MS operating system if you got the skillz.. Smilie
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I own this one. Company bought me. It is more for engineering needs, like for CAD work. It fast but my assemblies in SolidWorks still lagging. Which I wasn't Expecting. But I play Escape from Tarkov on max settings and it is good Smilie
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RTX 4000 Quadro is based on previous-generation Turing architecture. Comparable to RTX 2060.
This is what people need to here. Also thermals on this laptop are just ok, so during combined loads it don't actually be that saturated, a thin and light 15" gaming laptop may do a better job for some, especially given low storage and ram for this device and no QHD
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Quote from Star-Shop :
edit: I see it is a downgrade from the 30xx series. weird naming from Nvidia
Quadro is (was) Nvidia's name for their professional 3D graphics line. The GeForce line of cards is tuned for gaming and better visuals. Quadro is tuned for CAD/CAM, computational AI, render farms, etc. Their hardware is typically a bit better than the GeForce equivalent (e.g. ECC RAM, higher floating point precision), since their use requires more precision and accuracy in the output. But because their drivers are tuned differently, they may perform slightly worse in games than the equivalent GeForce card with the visuals looking slightly worse.

The name has been retired in favor of Nvidia RTX. Which will no doubt lead to more confusion since they're naming their gaming cards GeForce RTX.

You can figure out the GeForce equivalent by comparing their core config and clock speeds. Looks like the mobile Quadro RTX 4000 is equivalent to a slightly overclocked mobile GeForce RTX 2070 Super.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...000_series
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...0_series_2
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Quote from Solandri :
Quadro is (was) Nvidia's name for their professional 3D graphics line. The GeForce line of cards is tuned for gaming and better visuals. Quadro is tuned for CAD/CAM, computational AI, render farms, etc. Their hardware is typically a bit better than the GeForce equivalent (e.g. ECC RAM, higher floating point precision), since their use requires more precision and accuracy in the output. But because their drivers are tuned differently, they may perform slightly worse in games than the equivalent GeForce card with the visuals looking slightly worse.

The name has been retired in favor of Nvidia RTX. Which will no doubt lead to more confusion since they're naming their gaming cards GeForce RTX.

You can figure out the GeForce equivalent by comparing their core config and clock speeds. Looks like the mobile Quadro RTX 4000 is equivalent to a slightly overclocked mobile GeForce RTX 2070 Super.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...000_series
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...0_series_2
Thanks for the additional info !
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I can't tell if this is a good deal or not. I was going to wait for cyber-monday but this Looks like a deep discount. I am in logistics and coordinating so I have to work with multiple very large excel pages each at a time. thousends of fomulas so some times when I am trying to open an excel file the whole computer freeze or shuts down.
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This is a pretty solid machine, our engineers use these mostly for civil 3D or GIS stuff. I had a chance to use one for a while when my laptop went down. (Way more powerful than what I would use it for)
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I can't tell if this is a good deal or not. I was going to wait for cyber-monday but this Looks like a deep discount. I am in logistics and coordinating so I have to work with multiple very large excel pages each at a time. thousends of fomulas so some times when I am trying to open an excel file the whole computer freeze or shuts down.
You probably don't need an RTx 4000 for that. I would swap that out for faster SSD/RAM/ 11th gen Intel or zen 3 ryzen 5000
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This is a pretty solid machine, our engineers use these mostly for civil 3D or GIS stuff. I had a chance to use one for a while when my laptop went down. (Way more powerful than what I would use it for)
I commented in the other thread with the RTX 5000 listed. That would undoubtedly be the better deal unless you really need the extra screen real estate (even though both are 1080p?)

I have this actual GPU in my laptop. It is somewhere between a 2060 and a 2070 because of its Max-Q variation. If you are looking for a deal on a gaming machine, skip this machine entirely because of its overheating CPU and last-gen graphics. Youll get a lot more, for less $, in getting a 2021 gaming machine with an 11th gen Intel chip (or Ryzen Zen3 chip) with a Ampere graphics card. 8-core Tiger Lake/Zen3 CPUs with Ampere chips which run faster and cooler and cost $300 less.

If youre looking for ISV certification for work apps, the RTX 5000-based machine in the other thread is the better deal. But youre really shortchanging yourself on *everything else* for the sake of the GPU. But you already know who you are if you specifically need Quadro graphics. Nothing in this thread will be new Wave
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