Dell XPS 13 2015 Skylake Infinity Display Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by abd_97, Oct 12, 2015.

  1. tian100

    tian100 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Restoring the factory image fixed itself, and that was also how I found out the realtek audio driver fixed the "coil whine" for me.
     
  2. Gpwtcard

    Gpwtcard Newbie

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    I'm still not sure exactly what you're asking. The adapter I linked to does not come with a case, but you can keep it in a standard sd card case when it is not in the computer. When it is in the computer it does not stick out at all - it fills up the sd card slot exactly to the edge - so there is nothing to put a protective case or bag on.
     
  3. Some Tech Noob

    Some Tech Noob Notebook Consultant

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    I think he means something more akin to a laptop sleeve, or a laptop case with a tight fit. aka will the sd card protrude and cause any issues/damage when you put it in a neoprene sleeve or something.
     
  4. sebbe1991

    sebbe1991 Notebook Enthusiast

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    what do you mean by realtek audio driver fixed it? Did you uninstall it or?
     
  5. tian100

    tian100 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Uninstalled realteck drive and I got the coil whine. Clean installed before windows found the realtek driver, I got it too. It stopped after realtec driver is installed. So I guess the realtek driver actually stops the noise.
     
  6. Tomatot

    Tomatot Notebook Guru

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    Exactly. English is not my native language sorry. However I think from your answers it's fine, thank you.
     
  7. Eason

    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    This computer (6560u iris) is damn hot! 70-80C during typical desktop tasks. TS bench hits 91C instantly and it hits thermal ceiling (100C) in 5 seconds of stress testing. I have not undervolted or repasted yet.
     
  8. pau1ow

    pau1ow Notebook Deity

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    Oh, please keep us updated regarding the thermals & performances! Would pull the trigger as per your feedback :D
     
  9. didsip

    didsip Notebook Consultant

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    That is pretty damn hot. My slightly undervolted (-60mV) i5 is typically 35-40°C, and never surpasses 85°C even during a stress test.
     
  10. pau1ow

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    I'm sure I can work out my magic as far as the thermals are concerned, but if the combo 6560U/HD540 power throttles badly anyways (due to the 15w power limit), then it's definitely a no go :(
     
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