Dell Inspirion 7577

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Sugil1844, Aug 30, 2017.

  1. vibhawa

    vibhawa Notebook Guru

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    61
    Likes Received:
    17
    Trophy Points:
    16
    Serach a few pages back around 30-40 page number and you will find your answer.

    Sent from my Z2 Plus using Tapatalk
     
  2. spektykles

    spektykles Notebook Guru

    Reputations:
    17
    Messages:
    65
    Likes Received:
    70
    Trophy Points:
    26
    No HFR display with working brightness adjustment yet for our 7577. Some said that our 7577 lacking PWM controls for the HFR display since it comes with stock PWM-free display. So your only choice is find some 60Hz display with cool overclock capability if you care about not blinding your eyes
     
  3. mrkingdomheartsboy

    mrkingdomheartsboy Notebook Enthusiast

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    3
    Trophy Points:
    16
    Oh really? That sucks.
    In that case yeah I would have to find a overclockable panel or just get a dedicated monitor.
     
  4. laptopnoob678

    laptopnoob678 Notebook Consultant

    Reputations:
    5
    Messages:
    100
    Likes Received:
    17
    Trophy Points:
    31
    I bought an NVMe SSD for my laptop (ADATA XPG SX6000) and it's installed and working

    However, a little while ago my PC locked up (I could move the mouse, but do nothing else). I forced a shutdown, and rebooted, and Windows 10 couldn't find my wifi adapter. I checked device manager with "show hidden devices" and it was there, but greyed out, like it wasn't installed. Windows 10 troubleshooter said it couldn't find drivers for the card (since the real card wasn't showing as connected)

    The only thing I've changed is from a 2.5" SATA SSD to this NVMe SSD, so I'm pretty sure that's what caused it. After a few more reboots, it suddenly works, but I feel like it will happen agian.

    Any ideas?
     
  5. laptopnoob678

    laptopnoob678 Notebook Consultant

    Reputations:
    5
    Messages:
    100
    Likes Received:
    17
    Trophy Points:
    31
    Now the machine keeps locking up. Task managed shows 100% disk usage when I'm not doing anything

    upload_2018-5-28_2-25-7.png

    It's definitely the drive causing issues, but how do I know if the drive itself is faulty, as opposed to it just not working with this junk laptop?

    Edit: open up CrystalDiskInfo, which says "Disk not found"

    But now HDD usage has dropped to 0% and everything is fine again?
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2018
  6. wali794

    wali794 Newbie

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    8
    Likes Received:
    1
    Trophy Points:
    6
    My dell 7577 is being thermal limit throttled. My cpu Temps after undervolt are 80-85°.The area above the function keys f1-f12 becomes superhot to touch, like I can't keep my finger for more than 3-4 seconds. Unfortunately Returning the laptop isn't a choice :( Right now I've disabled turbo boost which seem to fix the throttling problem but I don't want to lose the performance I've paid for.

    EDIT : My laptop is being POWER LIMIT THROTTLED as indicated by XTU. no signs of any thermal throttling.
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2018
  7. vibhawa

    vibhawa Notebook Guru

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    61
    Likes Received:
    17
    Trophy Points:
    16
    Repaste

    Sent from my Z2 Plus using Tapatalk
     
  8. wali794

    wali794 Newbie

    Reputations:
    0
    Messages:
    8
    Likes Received:
    1
    Trophy Points:
    6
    Sorry I I have stated it wrong, my laptop is being POWER limit throttled. No signs of thermal throttling.
     
  9. laserbullet

    laserbullet Notebook Evangelist

    Reputations:
    84
    Messages:
    608
    Likes Received:
    77
    Trophy Points:
    41
    Would an Intel 800p work as the boot drive in a 7577? I appreciate every second of boot time that gets cut off, and if it's compatible I'm going to have a hard time talking myself out of buying an 800p to slot in as the boot drive.
     
  10. spektykles

    spektykles Notebook Guru

    Reputations:
    17
    Messages:
    65
    Likes Received:
    70
    Trophy Points:
    26
    Yes, your VRM is overheating. Maybe your stock thermal pad for VRM messed up during production. You can call Dell and let them replace your heatsink (yes Dell must replace the entire heatsink with fans for such tiny thermal pad misalignment ). TBH, stock paste and pad are the worst, so replace them with good paste and good pad too (even chinese one on ebay still far better than those mushy flimsy stock pad).
     
    Maleko48 and wali794 like this.
Loading...

Share This Page