Dell XPS 9570 Reviews

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    Don't read that article, it's terrible...

    lol, I'm just kidding. Eason is a good dude and really complete. I'll have to check out the updates as I read it early yesterday.

    Hey Eason, I'm curious if you can run 3dmark 2011 on the stock system? I haven't gotten it to complete once stock but if I undervolt I can. It's actually starting to piss me off.
     
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    Ah, I didn't realise that was you, nice one Eason and glad you are also on here. Good in depth review. :) I should take more notice of peoples signatures!

    I'm a little concerned about the cooling/throttling issues you guys seem to be getting on the 9570, but it is early days and hoping they'll be getting fixed as Dell get feedback from users.
     
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    I will try that tomorrow and let you know. I don't normally run 2011 and and perhaps dell doesn't either.
     
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    In the review, you are refering to an Intel 9265, which AFAIK does not exist. I guess the best replacement for the Killer NIC is the 9260.
     
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    Dell likely has a ton of leftover Killer 1535 cards. It's strange how the Dell G5/G7 series has the superior, newer cards with Bluetooth 5.0. The 2 in 1 has the 1435 soldered onboard. This laptop has it upgradeable, which is great. Did not have issues with the 1535 when I had the 9560, and I don't use Bluetooth much at all, so I don't think I'll swap the card when I receive my 9570.
     
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    Yes, and as se know, Dell has been using the Intel NICs for other laptops like the Precision ”copy” of the XPS15
     
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    I can't complete the benchmark with an undervolt - it crashes
     
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