XPS 15 9570 Owners Thread

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  1. damouk

    damouk Notebook Evangelist

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    OK Thanks - for lack of a better solution right now, I will do this. If anyone comes up with a better idea, it's not difficult to rebuild the recovery media after all.
     
  2. improwise

    improwise Notebook Deity

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    If I recall correctly, the OEM Recovery partition can be downloaded directly from Dell. Probably named something like Factory Image or such.

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  3. DetailsMatter

    DetailsMatter Newbie

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    Hello everyone, I just have signed up, because I got my XPS 15 (16 GB Ram, UHD, 500 GB SSD) yesterday and I have some questions:
    1. I couldn't install the normal driver from nvidia, I even uninstalled the old one manually but only using Gforce experience helped. Did you make this experience too?
    2. Should I do a Bios update? I am on 1.3.1 I think, but I heared about problems with the GPU?
    3. Would you recommend installing a clean Windows?
    4. The SSD got so warm I could feel it through the keyboard. I was planning to undervolt and then see but I guess I will pad the sad with cooling pads to the bottom, did anyone here do that?

    Thanks for all help!
     
  4. erikjoya

    erikjoya Newbie

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    @DetailsMatter

    2. I recommend going for 1.2.2 and not upgrade. the bioses going up are not worth it
    3. Better to install clean windows
     
  5. annabel_shanderin

    annabel_shanderin Notebook Guru

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    About the DPC latency. We might get lucky before christmas:

    "I've been using a Dell XPS 9570 (i7, 16gb, 4k) for about five or six months and I'm having the exact audio latency issues [DPC Latency] that are described here.

    Had some small successes with Process Lasso but it doesn't always seem to work, which especially drives me crazy when I need to record audio (I use Cubase). But the latency issues also occur when I simply play some music on Spotify.

    I bought the laptop in The Netherlands and I've been in contact with Dell for the last couple of months. Today I received an email where they say a bios-update that should fix these issues should be released right before Christmas. Fingers crossed!"

    From this thread:

    https://www.dell.com/community/XPS/...ency-XPS-15-9570-ACPI-sys/td-p/6113042/page/2

    Do I dare get my hopes up`?


     
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  6. improwise

    improwise Notebook Deity

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    Based on previous experience - no.

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  7. jeremyshaw

    jeremyshaw Big time Idiot

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    I agree. Bad DPC has been a thing back to the E5450 - Broadwell - at least.
     
  8. pressing

    pressing Notebook Deity

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    Haha. No chance.

    Even Dell's Dutch "service" team is inventing stories to silence customers. This same story has been shared around the world for several years.
     
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  9. DetailsMatter

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    Hey guys, I hope this is the right threat for this, I am having weird problems with my new XPS 15 9570, it throws the BSOD "Critical Structure Corruption" at me. Happened twice today, once on cable whole heavy load (gaming) and once on battery while idle.
    I ran windows RAM checker and it didn't find any problems.
    Any help is really appreciated.
     
  10. custom90gt

    custom90gt Dellerator Super Moderator

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    Are you undervolted at all? Just when gaming?
     
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