Dell XPS 13 2015 Skylake Infinity Display Owners Thread

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  1. PAPPL

    PAPPL Notebook Enthusiast

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    Release of Intel(R) Thunderbolt(TM) 3 Firmware Update NVM26

    Fixes
    - Not Applicable

    Enhancements
    - Enhanced support compatibility with Thunderbolt driver.

    Intel_TBT3_FW_UPDATE_NVM26_FJJK7_A08_4.26.11.001.exe
    05 Apr 2018

    Updated successfully
     
  2. kirkyboy

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    Hm I cannot update, it says I need the latest driver. Which driver is this? Link? I think I had similar issues the last time...
     
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    Hey, not sure if you tried the 9360 battery, but to save you some trouble it will not work. I put the battery in my laptop and the computer refuses to charge it. Had to put back my old battery.
     
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    Hm thats not good, I ordered mine on Ebay, from China possibly, not sure about returning, could be just as expensive in shipping as the battery. Have not received it yet - I thought it would work as it came "recommended" in the posts above. Is its known to work / not work?
     
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    The person I bought the battery from confirmed that it will not work due to the special monitoring Dell laptops use when deciding whether to charge the battery. Apparently we're not the only ones to have tried this.
     
  6. Tomatot

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    My 9350 battery wore out a lot as well. I now only have 32W instead of the 56W from origin according to power cfg. And I can tell the battery life has degraded a lot indeed...

    So what battery would you recommend to buy? I'd like to not pay too much (Dell proposed me 90€...) but I'd like something safe as well.

    Thanks!
     
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    I'm sitting here with the Intel 9260 AC card, new torx screws and the 9360 battery... But since buffpatel says it wont work, I will have to order a new 9350 battery it seems... no point in opening the machine just yet..
     
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    Can you share wher you bought your torx screws? Mine are getting old as well.
     
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    So, how was it again, since this laptop has only 2 PCI lanes over TB3, it can do total of 20Gbit right? So that means only 1 exernal 4K60 display and not two as that requires 40Gbit?
    If only 1 4K display, can it do USB 3.1 data at same time then? I think I knew this but have forgotten.
     
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