New Dell XPS Desktop (8950) Coming In December 2021. Starting Price RM5,999

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Dell recently announced its new XPS Desktop (8950) is coming in December this year.

It will be nearly 42% larger than its predecessor (27L vs 19L) and bring with it an expansive suite of next-gen performance technologies and a more robust cooling architecture.

This, said Dell, is the most powerful XPS Desktop they have ever made.

Top of the line, the new XPS desktop has a 12th Gen Intel Core desktop processor (up to i9), and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs (up to a 3090) or AMD Radeon RX GPUs (up to a 6900 XT).

These are then paired with next-generation DDR5 memory and the system is PCIe Gen5 graphics ready.

The combination results in a top performance machine that is desirable for both gamers and creatives alike.

Thoughtful thermal architecture within the new XPS desktop makes sure everything in the system runs cool. The lower temperature ensures that every component in the system is performing at its best.

According to Dell, the new XPS Desktop is up to 21% cooler under load (with a 125W cooling solution); or up to 18% cooler under load with liquid cooling (when compared to the new 125W thermal solution).

The new high RPM fans (up to 5,000 RPM) are said to operate more efficiently at slower speeds which helps make the system quieter. Overall, the new desktop is 50%+ quieter under load over previous generations.

Of course, Dell Technologies offers 24×7 phone support, automated, proactive, and predictive issues detection, and onsite service after remote diagnosis with every purchase.

The price for the Dell XPS Desktop (8950) starts at RM5,999 and will be available at

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