Dell Inspirion 7577

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  1. vibhawa

    vibhawa Notebook Guru

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    Those bought in US before Jan didnt have premium warranty.

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  2. Rowan

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    Dell is offering me a system exchange due to issues they had trying to repair my 7559. They are offering this model with the following specs and I need some opinions to see if they are the same as mine. Thanks.

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    I can’t see the image but it doesn’t matter as even the base model (GTX 1050Ti) of the 7577 has a better GPU than the 7559. Even if you get the Core I5 version it isn’t much of loss.

    I had a refurbished 7567 with 1050TI, 1080P IPS, 8GB Ram and a 1TB HDD. I complained twice about uneven core temps and they replaced mother board and mailed my SSD back in a package and the put a new HDD because the model only came with a HDD standard. So I got a free HDD lol. Anyhow sent it in again for the same uneven core temps and I asked for a 7577 as a replacement and they gave me within 3 days, the maxed out version with 4K IPS, I7, 512 GB nVME SSD, 1TB HDD, 16GB Ram and a GTX 1060. Then they mailed the HDD from the old one back too so I got two free HDDs total that I didn’t ask for as well lol.

    Basically what I’m saying is they can be pretty generous depending on how well you communicate and how polite you are. Dell definitely has the best coustomer service I’ve seen in the PC business, not many replace a $700 unit with a $1,300-1,400 unit. They call regarding each step of a repair and call to ensure the product you revised is working well, at least in my case.
     
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  4. Rowan

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    I fixed the image issue so it can be seen now.
     
  5. vibhawa

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    Go for it.

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  6. Aivxtla

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    Pretty much close to the same replacement as mine. Go for it, its a major upgrade and it’s the top tier version of 7577.
     
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  7. Rowan

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    Thanks for the replies. I accepted it.

    I just have one question. For people who've had both did the battery not being as strong in the 7577 make a difference?
     
  8. laserbullet

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    My 7577 gets here next week. Is a clean install recommended, or is Dell bloatware easy enough to just uninstall without going to a scratch Windows install.
     
  9. vibhawa

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    Clean install recommended. Install audio driver from G7 and all possible available drivers from OEM. Others not available with OEMs can be installed by dell's support page.

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    Ordered the 7577 ($727 after tax ) and it should be here in a few days.
    Are there any 144hz panels I can install on this thing or should I just go for a Chi Mei 120hz TN? (hear you can adjust the brightness on those)
     
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