Built for environments where space is at a premium, the Dell Precision T5500 delivers dual-socket workstation performance in a compact, quiet package.
Incredibly fast and efficient despite its size, the Dell Precision T5500 features dual-socket Intel Xeon architecture with Intel QuickPath technology (in which each processor core features an integrated memory controller and high-speed interconnects), as well as support for up to 72GB of DDR3 Registered ECC memory.
For even more stunning levels of performance, the optional NVIDIA® Tesla™ C2075 GPU card can be added, creating your own “personal supercomputer” for CUDA-enabled applications.
Offering two PCIe x16 slots as well as ample power for its range of supported graphics cards, the Dell Precision T5500 works quickly to bring your complex design, animation, imaging or engineering projects to life.
Enjoy peak performance from the latest in workstation-class graphics cards: The T5500 can be equipped with your choice of professional graphics options from ATI® and NVIDIA®.
The T5500 helps ensure superb performance with excellent reliability by providing tested or certified graphics drivers for a wide selection of workstation applications.
Dell partners with leading independent software vendors (ISVs) to certify system compatibility, ensuring that the certified workstation applications you load onto the T5500 will run gracefully right out of the box.
Dell’s advanced thermal engineering and efficient processor heat sinks help to sustain Turbo Mode even under extended periods of activity.
The Dell Precision™ T5500 offers a high level of energy efficiency and conforms to major worldwide energy standards, including ENERGY STAR® 5.0, EPEAT™ Gold.
Due to advanced motherboard and fan design from Dell, the T5500 provides a highly effective and energy-efficient chassis capable of operating quietly even when configured for incredibly demanding tasks.
The Dell Precision T5500 also offers an 88 percent (80 Plus® Silver Certified) efficient, wide-ranging power supplies for environmentally conscientious computing that doesn’t sacrifice on performance.