The Dell Precision 5760 is a large laptop meant for professionals who need lots of CPU/GPU compute and a large screen.
- CPU: Intel i7-11850H, 24MB cache, 8 cores (16 lxogical), 2.5 GHz, 45 W
- DRAM: 32 GB, DDR4, 3200 MHz
- GPU: NVIDIA A3000, 6 GB, GDDR6
- Chipset: Intel WM590, 64-bit wide DRAM bug, PCIe Gen 4.0
- Display: 17-inch, WLED UHD+, 3840 x 2400, 60 Hz, touch
- Wireless: Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210, (6GHz), 2x2 with BT 5.2
- Keyboard: Clone of the MacBook Pro keyboard. Good for typing, though I would’ve preferred more travel for the keys.
- Touchpad: Huge touchpad, just like MacBook Pro.
- 4x USB-C 3.2 ports with Thunderbolt 4. (No USB-A!)
- Universal audio jack
- SD card slot (why?!)
- Due to severe lack of ports, it ships with a D20 dongle that provides USB-A and HDMI ports.
- Power adapter: 130 W, USB-C adapter
- Sensors: All on top of the display (L to R): proximity, IR LED, ambient light, RGB+IR camera, LED indicator, IR LED
Speakers: The speakers appear with the name Speakers (Intel Smart Sound Technology for MIPI Soundwire Audio) in Windows.
Microphone: The microphone array appears with the name Microphone Array (Intel Smart Sound Technology for MIPI Soundwire Audio) in Windows.
Power: The laptop likes to draw 130W of power over USB-C and tends to complain when the USB-C is not providing that level of power. I have noticed it complaining that it will charge slowly when it is connected to docks that supply a maximum of 60W or 90W.
USB: When diagnosed with a USB tool, the 4 USB ports are enumerated as follows:
- Right-bottom: port 2
- Right-top: port 3
- Left-top: port 4
- Left-bottom: port 5
Drivers: Dell SupportAssist is the tool that scans and installs driver updates (for Intel audio/NIC/etc).