Dell Inspirion 7577

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  1. tesm1th

    tesm1th Notebook Consultant

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    GL503 has bigger battery than 7577
     
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    Ah, I didn't know what you meant by "targets battery" but I see you've updated your post. Yeah I dunno why Dell changed the size of their battery, perhaps to push people toward alienware instead. I wonder if the older larger battery would still fit in the 7577...
     
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    how long the delivery does it take? , is good to hear that someone will receive the unit.
     
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    tesm1th Notebook Consultant

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    chassis is still rather t h i c c
     
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    I'll have it Wednesday according to fedex.
     
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    wow very nice, i think there's no review yet on the youtube
     
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    Wait ? This model comes with a Max-Q ? I pondered buying it friday given the deal on Dell.ca but nowhere on the listed specs did I see any indication of the card being the Max-Q version ?

    How do you tell them apart ? (stupid nvidia naming scheme, calling the Max-Q GTX 1055 would have been so much easier)
     
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    don_svetlio In the Pipe, Five by Five.

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    But then they'd have no excuse for ripping people off with full price for crippled hardware :)
     
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    Yeah that's true, that $800 (will be closer to $650 after dell cashback) I paid for it is a total rip off...

    All kidding aside, the initial reviews of the 1060MQ show it to be within 10% of the 1060.
     
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    The difference generally tends to be 10-20% depending on which 1060 laptop you are comparing it to. Full power 1060s (90-100W) tend to perform about 20% better whereas the low-power 1060s (80-85W) are only about 10% better.
     
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