Dell XPS 9570 Reviews

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  1. Eason

    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    What fan profile are you using with Power Manager? I'm on "ultra performance" and I haven't heard it come on in normal usage (browsing, youtube, word/docs work, meeting presentations, etc.).
     
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    Sure? Not being really silent during light use on AC power has been an old complaint with the XPS 15. You may not notice it in an office, but is disturbing in the still of the night. And it tends to be worse when on the WD15/TB16 dock.
     
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    I wouldn't agree with this. Maybe most SD cards used today are indeed micro, but the faster ones are still regular DS.
     
  4. Eason

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    Hmm I'm not sure. I live in Hong Kong so it's basically impossible to have a room at 30db
     
  5. custom90gt

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    I'll disagree with everything you said.

    I am a novice shooter but all of my DSLRs use full size SD cards and they are much faster (300MBps vs 100MBps).

    I've owned probably 50 laptops in the past few years and all of the IPS panels have some back light bleed, even standard computer monitors have back light bleed. Even my touch panels with gorilla glass have back light bleed. I'm looking at my X1 carbon with the WQHD touch screen and there is some there. It's really the degree of bleed that matters.

    I had zero issues with my fan profiles on the 9570. When unplugged it never rev'ed up. There seems to be a much wider range of fan operating speeds on the 9570 vs the 9560 and 9550.
     
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    Is eGPU performance only bad when accelerating build-in laptop screen, or is it also bad when external monitor is connected to eGPU? I want to buy 9570, but gimped TB performance is deal breaker for me because I intend to "upgrade" it with GPU, as soon as next gen nVidia cards are out.
     
  7. maffle

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    Just totally not true. UHS-II are also micro SD.

    And you obviously didn't understand a single thing I said. UHS-II is also micro sd card. Then you had 50 garbage laptops and they had all FullHD panels. Like I said, back bleed is not an issue of IPS panels, it is an issue of the (slim) frame. 4k panels have glass on its top, which will stabilize it even in every direction. That's why 4k displays have way less back bleed even it is also IPS.

    Hm... zero fan issues with the 9570 (9560 has the same issue btw)... lets see what reddit says about that:

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8sa3fj/dell_xps_15_9570_6_day_review_fans_make_it/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8rypgo/dell_xps_15_9570_fan_issue/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8rjtq8/fans_go_onoff_all_the_time_on_dell_xps_15_9570_i7/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8o0mgr/dell_9570_fans_always_loud/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8naq4g/dell_xps_95609570_fan_noise_in_general/e0hhhb7/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8l2xtw/xps_9570_overnight_load_test_fans_now_on_off_on/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comme...ack_from_dropping_off_my_9570_at_the/dzvf41r/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8rgk5x/new_dell_xps_15_9570_running_hot/

    https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/8qcb34/the_ultimate_9570_lemon/

    I want to use my XPS permanently connected on AC (power) when I'm at home, and I want it to be 100% silent when I do little work like browsing/word/movies, especially at night. And that's not the case, since years, for all XPS. The fan curves Dell hard-coded into bios are just ridiculous, and you cant change them. Can also be, that people who have the Full HD panel wont see fans on that much, than with the 4k panels, but thats just a thought. I am talking about idle and little work of course, not gaming or anything.
     
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  8. abujafar

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    I am not having problems with the fans at all. Just make sure to have gone through the initial updates and remove some crapware (which to honest wasn't even that much!)
     
  9. Eason

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    I always output to a TV via HDMI. If you are using a 1080 or better or especially if you don't mind not using sync, performance will be more acceptable to you. I just had issues keeping 60 FPS locked with my 1070 in certain games, regardless of detail level.
     
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    I admit I haven't been following them for quite a while, but 5 min browsing:

    http://shop.sandisk.com/store/sdisk...parentCategoryID.11442400/CategoryID.57606300
    SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDXC™ UHS-II Card - 128GB
    Performance: Up to 275 MB/s read; up to 100 MB/s write speed

    http://shop.sandisk.com/store/sdisk...parentCategoryID.11442500/CategoryID.67753400
    SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC 300MB/s UHS-II Card - 128GB
    Performance: Up to 300 MB/s(1) read, Up to 260 MB/s write.
     
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