Dell precision optimizer

Dell precision optimizer

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The Dell Precision Optimizer is designed to help increase productivity by dynamically configuring a system, keeping the software up to date, and providing an easy-to-use tool which can track resources and their usage over a period of time via generated utilization reports and analytics. Optimization of system performance is essential to any organization dealing with growing application needs and limited resources.

Workstation users have specific needs for their workflows that demand maximum performance and reliability so they can remain focused on being creative. However, on any workstation, certain sub-systems may be over-utilized or under-utilized based on the activities being performed. This scenario typically results in loss of user productivity due to decreased system performance, software maintenance downtimes, and possible lack of system stability.

Even if experienced users were ready to fine tune the system configuration for optimized performance, they face difficulties due to the complexity and number of tools they need to gather the data they require in order to make an informed decision. Further, doing it manually takes time and reduces productivity.

Dell has addressed the above problems faced by their users with Dell Precision Optimizer software. Dell Precision Optimizer promises to maximize your application’s potential by tuning system parameters to an application’s unique workload characteristics. For example, assume a user is running a specialized CAD application. Dell Precision Optimizer would determine that the CPU is being run at maximum utilization and the graphics settings are not optimal for this application. In this case, Dell Precision Optimizer would then apply a policy that will ensure that the CPU is in maximum multithreading mode and adjust graphics controller’s settings.

Dell Precision Optimizer increases application performance by up to 121 percent:


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Last Date Modified: 08/13/2018 11:49 AM

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