Precision 7730,5530,7530 (Coffee Lake) pre-release

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  1. cong.fly.wang@gmail.

    cong.fly.wang@gmail. Notebook Guru

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    Hi, I am trying to track my order. could you tell me what is this website? thank you so much
     
  2. Aaron44126

    Aaron44126 Notebook Virtuoso

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    That's a tracking site for a carrier used in Europe. To track your order, you need to get the tracking number from Dell, which you will only get once your order ships. It will be on the order status page. There will also be a link directly to the carrier's page for tracking. There is no way to track the status of your order other than using the Dell order status page.
     
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    I see. thank you for the the answer!
     
  4. XeonPlanner

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    It seems that 7530 is $158.37 more expensive than ZBook 15 G5. Also ZBook 15 G5 can fit 90wh battery+mechanical drive+2*m.2 nvme ssd at the same time.[​IMG]
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  5. CR3

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    if you register hp corporate perks account, you will have more discount in the price.
    Zbook’s problem is that p3200 is not available. And perhaps its cpu tdp will be locked at 45w instead of 60w in 7530.
     
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    ZBook usually have 55w tdp limit.
     
  7. CR3

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    No.

    I can confirm zbook 17 g3 is 45w. I have it once but due to its poor fan high pitch noise i returned it.
    Zbook 15 g4 is also 45w, 55w peak. And the poor fan behavior seems not improved at all.
    Look:

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-ZB...2200-Full-HD-Workstation-Review.256708.0.html

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-ZBook-17-G3-Workstation-Review.166334.0.html

    For cpu:
    Zbook 15/17’s 45w constant and 55w peak is poor.
    P51/52 is 55w constant and 75w peak.
    7730/7530 is 60w constant and 90w peak.

    To be honest, Zbook usually is the worst in terms of performance because it gives the least cpu, gpu tdp, and also because of its poor thermal design.


    Please tell us, which zbook have 55w constant?

    Can you confirm zbook 15 g5 is 55w constant?
     
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    Is there a 5530 owners thread? I received mine a few days ago and want to know if others are experiencing some similar issues ?
     
  9. Aaron44126

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    No, you can start one if you like :)
     
  10. michelsu

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    I would also like to see why would anyone spend $1000 more than for a XPS 15 9570 for just an Intel 9260 and a slight update for the cpu. Otherwise waiting for a 7530 4K with a touch screen.
     
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