XPS 15 9570 Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by el3ctronics, May 16, 2018.

  1. hb720x

    hb720x Notebook Guru

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    Indeed. A couple of complete discharges along with changing the charging type to normal in the bios has reduced the wear level to 0.5 percent.
     
  2. blue13x

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    I hope I get this.

    Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
     
  3. fenc

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    Overall would you guys recommend the XPS 15 9570 4K ? Or is the problems too problematic. I have also been thinking around getting the 4 year premiun support waranty. Do you guys think the waranty worth is worth it?
     
  4. andytom69

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    [QUOTE = "fenc, post: 10754924, membro: 706308"] Nel complesso, consigliereste l'XPS 15 9570 4K? O i problemi sono troppo problematici. Ho anche riflettuto sulla possibilità di ottenere la garanzia di supporto di 4 anni. Ragazzi, pensate che valga la pena spendere un valore? [/ CITAZIONE]
    se usi per giocare non va bene ..
    Non va bene né il 4k ne la 1050
     
  5. jabbok

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    I am in Canada so not sure if that made a difference but I am happy with the Samsung. I had some issues with the wireless card but the latest Bios update seemed to fix that.
     
  6. jabbok

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    When I ordered mine they couldn't tell me what SSD I was getting so I had to wait until I received my system.
     
  7. Woodking

    Woodking Notebook Evangelist

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    Its shame we can't chose the make/model of components like we used to be able to do in the good old days. All you are able to do now is add bits to your build that increase the cost, not remove the parts you didn't want as you knew you'd be able to upgrade them better yourself.
     
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  8. jabbok

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    I didn't have a choice as I wanted the i9 it was maxed out on the specs there wasn't any choice to change the 32 gb ram of memory or a smaller SSD and they wouldn't change anything, but I did get about 15% discount but had to call back a couple of times to get someone who was willing to give me a decent discount.
     
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    Also I discount of 15% .. about 2600 € ..very better anyway Mac book :)
    Anche io sconto del 15% ..circa 2600€ ..molto meglio comunque Mac book :)
     
  10. Woodking

    Woodking Notebook Evangelist

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    Gotcha, in the 'good old days' you could change a few parts but Dell have removed that ability now sadly. You still have a great spec machine and got a good discount on it. Any plans to undervolt or repaste, clean install etc or are you happy with it as it is?
     
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