Dell Inspiron 7000 gaming laptops

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  1. cj_miranda23

    cj_miranda23 Notebook Evangelist

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    Reviews are out - cooling is abysmal and it throttles with a 960M - doubt the 1050 will be much better.
     
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    One of the best cooling laptop ever, even under full load stays quiet and cool. Though of course i have some serious undervolting.
    Any link where to buy this new model? Today is already 5th.
     
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    Did you read the OP? He is talking about the 7566 - you have the 7559 - the difference between the cooling of these 2 is MASSIVE.
     
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    I did not know about the 7556. Yes, I have the 7559 and I am looking for the successor of this one. Will be there?
     
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    The 7566 is the successor to the 7559 model. http://www.gaminglaptopsjunky.com/dell-inspiron-7556-the-7559s-partial-successor/

    The one posted above is the latest 2017 inpiron 7000 gaming series which is the successor to 7566. It has 1050/ti option with 7th generation intel core processor.
     
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    That is sucks. I'll stay with my 7559.
     
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    Link?

     
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    Source: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/dell-inspiron-7566.796682/

    I am going based on what I've read here.
     
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    Up on Dell now. Not bad prices but very little configuration in each lane. 1050Ti is nice, I was looking at a 1060 machine but a difference of $600 is nice for a 1050Ti which should perform pretty well for at least Medium settings for a while. Looking at the i7 with the 128 + 1TB 5400:(. But I think I have a 7200 rpm laying around and I like the space. Having the OS boot on the SSD is enough speed with data and games on the spinny drive.

    Edit : Oh I didn't see option 5. 4K screen and a 512 SSD and I assume an empty 2.5" bay. That is interesting, but $200 more. But still less than the 1060 machine I was looking at. Hmm this is a hard one.
     
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