Dell XPS Desktop gets 11th Gen Intel CPU and NVIDIA RTX 3070 upgrade

by Joseph K. Clark

Dell has today introduced an updated lineup of XPS desktops, bringing the power of 11th Gen Intel processors and the latest AMD and NVIDIA graphics. The design hasn’t changed much from what the company already offers in the form of the XPS Tower. However, you get to choose from two color options – a standard Night Sky variant that starts at $649 and a Special Edition with a silvery Mineral White paint job that starts at a much higher premium of $1129.99 in the US and is aimed at creators and professionals who demand more firepower. Both the versions will be up for grabs starting March 18 from Dell’s official shop.


Touted to be the most powerful XPS desktop ever, the machine can be configured starting with a 6-core 11th Generation Intel Core i5-11400 processor and goes all the way up to the octa-core 11th Generation Intel Core i9-11900KF CPU that offers a boost frequency of 5.3GHz. In the graphics department, Dell is offering buyers a choice between NVIDIA and AMD GPUs.

The base configuration begins at Intel UHD and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER graphics and goes up to the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 pictures with 8GB of GDDR6 memory. In the AMD ecosystem, your options start at Radeon RX 5300 and climb all the way to the Radeon 5700XT GPU that packs 8 gigs of GDDR6  memory.

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