XPS 9570 connected USB-C Monitor

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  1. Sorgesana1

    Sorgesana1 Newbie

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    Hi everyone!

    I would like to buy a USB C monitor so that I have only cable connected to my XPS, i was looking at this one: DELL U2719DC

    Convenient connectivity
    All in one: Declutter your desk with the included USB-C cable, a single cable solution that transmits power, data, video and audio.

    Big convenience in one cable: Get an easy charge with USB-C, the same cable that connects your device to the monitor. Also, as you charge your PCs with up to 65W of power, protect it with Dell’s built-in surge protection.i

    Smooth transitions: Move from desk, to meeting and back again effortlessly with convenient, single cable connectivity via USB-C.




    Now I was wondering: I noticed especially when I work with Adobe Premiere with 4k files that the power of my Computer is not the same when it is not in charge.. i mean only with the battery , as you can see USB C the maximum power supply is 60 watts, behind my original charger is written 130 watts.

    Can this limitation of 65 watts compromise performance?

    Through USB C can I only choose to pass DATA and the VIDEO signals, but still charge my laptop with his charger?



    Thank you so much
     
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    _sem_ Notebook Deity

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    Of course. The laptop is badly throttled on 60W.
    Yes you can use the laptop AC charger.
    Only certain Dell docks can supply the needed 130W via USB-C (130W is above USB PD standard max 100W).
     
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    Sorgesana1 Newbie

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    _sem_ thank you so much for your quick reply! I was looking for days online :)

    So the Notebook will understand from which of the two sources choose the power supply?

    Probably In the end since I work with the Adobe suite everyday, it doesn't make much sense to use USB C, better to look a monitor using standard HDMI and save money
     
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    Yes.
     
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