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Discussion in '2015+ Alienware 13 / 15 / 17' started by ssj92, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Xatanú

    Xatanú Notebook Consultant

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    That's what I'm trying to say, 166w from the Intel vs the rumored 135w from AMD. The die from the new chips at 7nm don't necessarily have to be smaller, cause they will have to allocate 16 cores... Maybe I'm wrong, but time will tell...
     
  2. Kuronos

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    Alienware just told me by chat my order was delayed by 1 day. It was supposed to be shipped by today and it's not. I hardly believe it'll be shipped out tomorrow. They're claiming it could have been transportation delay. What should I do?

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  3. Darkhan

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    Not much you can do? Have patience?
     
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  4. Kuronos

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    I've seen some people get dicked around by them and I have to take off of work to sign so it's pretty annoying. I'm completely fine with it being delayed a day, but if that's not true and I take another day off. It's gonna be an inconvenience

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  5. ssj92

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    Alright today I need to get this thing coldddddddd

    I'll do more testing today and take note but I remember seeing 189W at one point.

    Yup Dell stock paste.

    I'm going to do some undervolting. Dell stock voltage is hella high

    Looks like the goal is 2034 @ 4.7Ghz


    Ummm with all these posts I have no idea what your previous post was
     
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  6. euphoric28

    euphoric28 Notebook Consultant

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    no mine is complete stock. I've been thinking about delidding it lately though.
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2019
  7. blazkowicz009

    blazkowicz009 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Please let me know how it work so that i can look into, the reason is that if you do a clean install to new driver or same drive. So the dell drivers does not work for some reason the nvidia control panel is missing as well as the intel graphics says there is not display connected to intel graphics
     
  8. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    You can download the recovery image that came with your laptop using the service tag of your machine:

    Dell USB Recovery Tool 2.2.4058.0

    Download = https://downloads.dell.com/FOLDER05313795M/1/Dell-USB-Recovery-Tool_9KVTR_WIN_2.2.4058.0_A00.EXE

    Before you run the file, make sure it is NOT blocked by seeing the instructions in this guide: "Are you sure you want to run this file?" [Yes or No]

    Use the Dell OS Recovery Tool to create a USB recovery drive that you can use to reinstall the version of Windows or Linux that came with your PC...

    You will need the Service Tag of your DELL Computer to download the appropriate image for your machine.

    How it works:

    1. Download and install the Dell OS Recovery Tool.
    2. Launch the Dell OS Recovery Tool and enter the Service Tag of the PC that needs its operating system reinstalled.
    3. Select the operating system image you'd like to install, and the OS Recovery Tool will build your bootable USB recovery drive.
    4. Install the operating system using the newly created USB recovery drive. This will remove all data and software from your PC's hard drive and restore the factory-installed operating system.
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  9. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    @ssj92

    In your signature, you mention that your CPU is: Intel Core i10 10990K

    Is that a typo or what?
     
  10. blazkowicz009

    blazkowicz009 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I did this thing already and still it did not work, the nvidia control panel still did not exist
     
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