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With a 2.8-GHz Intel Core Xeon E3-1505M processor, 16GB of RAM, an Nvidia Quadro M1000M GPU with 2GB of graphics memory and a 512GB PCIe SSD, our review configuration of the Precision 5510 provided snappy, responsive performance. Even when I ran two HD videos (one from YouTube and one from Hulu) simultaneously, this workstation didn’t slow down.
The Precision 5510 scored 14,136 on Geekbench 3, a synthetic test that measures a computer’s overall performance. That’s higher than the category average of 11,329 and the second-best Dell XPS 15, which scored 13,502.
The SSD in the 5510 is insanely fast, taking just 9 seconds to copy 4.97GB of mixed media files, for a speed of 565.48 MBps. That’s significantly faster than the competition, including the WS60 (363.5), the W550s (159) and the XPS 15 (254). The average speed for a desktop replacement’s hard drive is 413 MBps.
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Dell’s workstation completed the Laptop Mag Spreadsheet Test, which uses OpenOffice to match 20,000 names with their addresses, in 3 minutes and 30 seconds — just 4 seconds behind the Dell XPS 15. The MSI WS60 finished the test in 3:53, while Lenovo’s W550s took an extra minute, finishing at 4:43. The category average for a workstation is 3:55.