Video Overview of Dell Inspiron 7567 Gaming Laptop w/IPS Screen and 1050ti

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    Will follow this up with gameplay and other stuff I've encountered with this laptop. Hope it's useful for someone. Thanks!
     
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    I can't watch videos right now, but could you tell us the model # of the IPS panel?
     
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    Be glad to. It's LGD053F. Hope that helps. Thanks!
     
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    Howdy. Thanks for making the video, I think a lot of potential Inspiron 7567 buyers like myself have questions about the IPS panel on this computer.

    In this video, you are using the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel to adjust the display. Does that panel control the graphics from the CPU or the GTX 1050Ti? Wouldn't the Nvidia Control Panel be used for the 1050Ti? I see you have a Toshiba m.2 SSD. I wonder if that's standard or depends what Dell has on the truck this week?

    I chatted with Dell, the agent told me the Inspiron 7567 panel has a 70% sRGB and brightness of 300 nits. Not spectacular, but not terrible either. No panel model number. I'll contact Dell again to see if I can get corroborating and/or additional information.

    This review of the Inspiron 7567 claims the IPS panel has a 65% sRGB, he doesn't say where that information came from.

    I would sure like to know which IPS panel comes on the Inspiron 7567 and if it would be standard equipment or Dell would change suppliers every month.
     
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    That controls the iGPU.

    Yes

    Indeed, the drive you get depends entirely on what Dell has in stock when and where they manufacture your laptop. Mine came with a SanDisk X400.

    Dell tends to ship with two different panels, one from AUO and one from LG.

    LG: LP156WF6-SPK1
    67% sRGB
    49% NTSC
    51% AdobeRGB
    300 nits

    The other is the AUO B156HAN01.x
    It's specs are similar, but I don't have them handy at the moment.
     
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    The model number of the panel in my Dell is above. It's the LGD053F. Also did this followup video with a couple of upgrades I did, plus thermals, gameplay, etc.
     
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    It's a nice laptop overall, but I don't like the shallow keyboard and loud fans.
     
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    I don't disagree with the keyboard feel, but haven't had any real fan issues. Biggest problem for me was trying to adapt to the screen. Not my favorite IPS panel I've dealt with. But, at $899, still think it's a great value for those whose budget is limited.
     
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    I guess it depends on what you're used to. The fans reach well over 50 dB(A) under load, which is very loud. However, if you've always had loud laptops, I guess it will be "normal" for you. I'm used to quiet laptops, so this is very loud for me.
     
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    Completely agree. Screen quality is same issue for me. I've done a lot of work on Apple Retina screens and coming back to a lower-end IPS panel like the one on this Dell is a bit of a shock. Not a bad screen by itself. But, compared to what I'm used to, not stellar.
     
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