Dell's 17-inch Precision 5750 mobile workstation and similar XPS 17 9700 gaming model get leaked specs
In late 2019, a 17-inch Precision 5750 model was spotted on Geekbench with a Comet Lake-H CPU and a Quadro RTX 3000 GPU. Rumor had it that the design could be updated and it would match that of the upcoming XPS 17 7900 models with more compact chassis. These specs are now essentially confirmed via a series of Dell slides intended for partner presentations that recently got leaked on reddit by u/stblr.
In the leaked slides, Dell advertises the Precision 5750 as the world’s smallest 17-inch mobile workstation. It weighs only 4.7 lbs and appears to have a fairly thin profile for the specs that it integrates. Speaking of specs, this model will integrate a 4-sided Infinity IGZO display produced by Sharp with 92% display/body ratio, 16:10 aspect ratio and HDR400 certification. Users will be able to choose among Intel Core CPUs with up to 8 cores (presumably Comet Lake-H) and Xeon processors with up to 6 cores. Since this model is aimed at professionals, the GPU options include the Quadro RTX 3000 with 6 GB VRAM, while the RAM options range between 16 and 64 GB ECC / RMT Pro DDR4-2933 with Dell Optimizer. Storage options now include dual M.2 NVMe SSDs with up to 4 TB capacities that can be paired in RAID 1 or 0 matrices and also support an Instant-on fast startup feature. Port selection includes 4x USB-C Thunderbolt 3 connectors.
The new 17-inch Precision models should also be fairly similar to the XPS 17 9700 when it comes to design and displays. However, the Xeon (with ECC memory) and Quadro options will be missing on the XPS 17 9700, according to u/stblr.
No pricing info for now, but the slides mention that the new Precision 5750 is expected to ship this May.