The Precision 7670 is Dell’s latest generation of Precision 7 series laptops. Twitter user @Emerald_x86 has exposed some of its information, showing that it will adopt a number of new technologies. The Precision 7670 will first be powered by Intel’s Alder Lake-HX, the top-of-the-line product for mobile workstations, based on a desktop-class 55W processor; Alchemist (DG2) discrete graphics card of Intel Arc brand with Xe-HPG architecture, and it is a workstation version; the other is the use of custom DDR5 modules.
Alder Lake-HX uses the existing desktop version of the Alder Lake-S core, so it has up to 8 Performance Cores based on the Golden Cove architecture and 8 Efficient Cores based on the Gracemont architecture. For 32 groups of EU. It is said that the top-of-the-line Core i9-12950HX will be configured with 16 cores and 24 threads, 30MB of L3 cache, and a boost clock of 4.9 GHz.
Although Intel has already confirmed that the Alchemist graphics card will have a workstation version, the Precision 7670 is one of the few products known to carry a professional graphics card. Dell has given a maximum power consumption value of 90W and uses the DGFF form factor. Dell also offers NVIDIA’s RTX A-series, up to the NVIDIA RTX A5000 with 16GB of video memory.
Dell also mentions custom CAMM-spec DDR5 memory clocked at 4800MHz that replaces traditional SO-DIMM memory slots.
The full name of CAMM is “Compression Attached Memory Module”, and a single module supports up to 128GB capacity.
In addition, the Precision 7670 can be equipped with an OLED screen with a display ratio of 16:10, a resolution of 4K, support for HDR500, a maximum brightness of 500 nits, and a DCI-P3 color gamut of 100%.