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Alienware 15 GTX 1070 £1,154.64 And other Models @ Dell

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This will be voted cold because it's alienware but heat from me. Got an outlet 17" r4 with gtx 1080 last month and was in perfect condition. Running without a hiccup and full 12mth on site warranty anyway.
1 Like #2
Most likely, thought I was worth posting anyway :) just a got myself a 15"with 1070 and i7 Kaby lake , hopefully is worth it!

Cheapest 1070 laptop from a decent brand is at least £1500 from what I've seen

Edited By: jjt1996 on May 15, 2017 14:37: Typo
1 Like #3
good price..I still have my M17x R3. six years old. still no issue. I stopped buying AW after they change the design.
#4
I got a AW 15 r3 6700hq 1070 120hz the other month, banging machine, new update for forza gives 90fps, gears 4 at 90fps, titanfall 2 at 120fps. great machines and I could get a desktop with the same bits as cheap. Undervolted mine at the weekend dropped 10c which is good, as I will say they are pretty loud and hot.
1 Like #5
Do you have direct link please
#7
Jono1984
This will be voted cold because it's alienware but heat from me. Got an outlet 17" r4 with gtx 1080 last month and was in perfect condition. Running without a hiccup and full 12mth on site warranty anyway.


how much did you pay?
#8
go for a scratch and dented normally cheaper and mine was 100% perfect couldn't find an marks on it.
#9
I love my AW14 - 3 years old and runs like a new machine still. I've had so many laptops that decline to almost uselessness within 2 years. This was worth the extra money IMO.
#10
I got a normal dell (not alienware) scratch and dent from the outlet last week when they had a 20% code, honestly couldn't see a mark on it and very happy with the price for the spec, not a touch on this but i5, fhd, 8gb ram, 256gb ssd, some sort of (weak) dedicated gfx for £350 all in.
#11
This is a steal. Got the AW15 few months back. Again no scratches. Paid £1580 but came with 3 years warranty and 4K screen. But this is a better deal. Wish I waited
1 Like #12
15.6 inch UHD (3840 x 2160) IGZO IPS Anti-Glare 300-nits Display or 15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) 120Hz TN+WVA Anti-Glare 400-nits Display on a GTX 1070
#13
bouttime2
Jono1984
This will be voted cold because it's alienware but heat from me. Got an outlet 17" r4 with gtx 1080 last month and was in perfect condition. Running without a hiccup and full 12mth on site warranty anyway.


how much did you pay?


Around £1400 with a QHD Gsync screen. Couldn't be happier
#14
what's their returns policy like?
1 Like #15
Really happy with my recent Alienware refurb, was in perfect condition to my eye, and the paste job wasn't even that bad
#16
I wish they still made a 14 - great size for me as I travel lots. Think I'll have to go with a 13 next time :(
1 Like #17
They've definitely improved Alienwares as of late. Nice to see a company like Dell at least trying X)

Really wish they did the 13" model with a 1070 though.

Edited By: slayermatt on May 16, 2017 10:52
#18
dlghorner
15.6 inch UHD (3840 x 2160) IGZO IPS Anti-Glare 300-nits Display or 15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) 120Hz TN+WVA Anti-Glare 400-nits Display on a GTX 1070
the 120hz if you play alot of games, or the 4k if you want to use it for other things. Got the 120hz myself couldnt be happier, colours do need a bit of tuning but found someones profile that makes it look alot better.
#19
best machines. got myself a 13r3 with the oled screen a few months ago. I couldn't go back to a normal screen now and its amazing I can max most games with a 13" (okay a huge 13") laptop
#20
Just to add, these machine hold their value very well, sold my over 1 year old aw 17 r3 with 980m for £100 less than I bought it for and then spent a few £100 upgrading to the aw 13 r3 with 1060. I'll probably keep doing this every year as long as aw and nvidia keep improving their machines so much
1 Like #21
thanks op - ordered a 13 with 1060 =)
#22
please include VAT.
#23
pimmzy
please include VAT.
With the Discount code that does include VAT , depends on the model
#24
we need to include that price shown excludes VAT 20% and then discount of 15 % applied on the full price at the end.
#25
Please be cautious of these as there was a number of overheating issues when they first came out, massive reddit thread showing the heat-sinks were not mounted properly to the motherboard causing temperature spikes of over 20 degrees in some cases on a single core. If you buy one make sure you do a stress test and temp read first. people have seen anything from 60 degree perfection (and quite frankly outstanding) to 99 degree shut down after 20 mins of gaming.
#26
a bit off topic but do you think the xps 15 9560 is worth it? I've heard a lot of quality issues with it. many thanks
#27
Can anyone give me any advice on what to go for here, theres like 20 to choose from and i haven't got a scooby. I want to play gears/forza etc so looking for an i7 with 16gb ram but what graphics and screen?? Would appreciate any input, thanks
1 Like #28
WitnessTheFitness
Can anyone give me any advice on what to go for here, theres like 20 to choose from and i haven't got a scooby. I want to play gears/forza etc so looking for an i7 with 16gb ram but what graphics and screen?? Would appreciate any input, thanks


Took me awhile to pick out the aw13r3. Try go for 512gb ssd if you're going for the 13" model as I have couple of games installed pls office pro 2016 and it's already taken half the amount. In terms of memory, the stock Hynix ram is basic so don't bother spending more trying to get a 32gb or 16gb ram model. Better off buying another stick from crucial or Amazon yourselves.
#29
do not touch the 9360/9560 XPS line at all. Coil whine/bad screens/fans etc you name it.
#30
After returning an 17" with a 1080, I'd never get one again. Long waits for replacement parts, terrible service fixing it, just a shocking experience from start to finish for so much money.
#31
Also brought the 1060 13R3 :-)
#32
Do you guys getting the 13's not find them to small for gaming?
#33
Yeah compared to playing on my 49" tv! But you expect using laptop for gaming to be more up close personal level
2 Likes #34
Figo_Rulz11
a bit off topic but do you think the xps 15 9560 is worth it? I've heard a lot of quality issues with it. many thanks

I've just bought the 9550 with 4k screen and 56w battery so I get the sata drive bay free to use as well as the M.2 slot and think it's a great machine. I added a Samsung 960 Evo and it flies. I got 15% discount with my Son's NUS card.

One thing to note is if you want the extra warranty buy it at the time of the machine as it's discounted by 40%. I enquired after buying the machine and it was ridiculously expensive.
#35
mecheekymonkey
WitnessTheFitness
Can anyone give me any advice on what to go for here, theres like 20 to choose from and i haven't got a scooby. I want to play gears/forza etc so looking for an i7 with 16gb ram but what graphics and screen?? Would appreciate any input, thanks
Took me awhile to pick out the aw13r3. Try go for 512gb ssd if you're going for the 13" model as I have couple of games installed pls office pro 2016 and it's already taken half the amount. In terms of memory, the stock Hynix ram is basic so don't bother spending more trying to get a 32gb or 16gb ram model. Better off buying another stick from crucial or Amazon yourselves.
Thanks looking at the 15 R3 with 16gb and 1070, UHD this any good?
#36
Some cracking prices here. Well built laptops and great specs. Alienware warranty is also top notch. Heat from me,
#37
Figo_Rulz11
a bit off topic but do you think the xps 15 9560 is worth it? I've heard a lot of quality issues with it. many thanks
I bought one; there were a number of issues early on and the space bar is a bit of a dick. I still can't use VirtualBox without it bluescreening on boot.

Still an *excellent* laptop. The 4K screen is really nice. They are putting in crappier Toshiba M2 drives when they can't get the supplies of the fast drives, which is a bit of a **** take for such an expensive laptop.
#38
Cracking machines, I have the AW15 R3 8gb 1060, UHD upgraded to 16gb and it's blazingly fast, quiet and cool. Plenty of expansion potential, just lacks an SD card slot, otherwise it would be perfect for me.
#39
Hello all

I have jumped down this rabbit hole before and it wasn't fun, this is about 4 or 5 years ago but I bought a referred Alienware computer and it ended up not working properly and not performing as it should, I had engineers come to my house and not able to fix it. Six, yes six replacement unit's later I ended up selling it on eBay because I didn't to deal with the bs which is dell customer service! I am sure that a lot of people have had some really good deals from them but don't think that I could every buy a referred one again let along a Dell computer again.
#40
I swopped from Alienware to MSI GT80 after using Alienware for 6 years. MSI amazing, get so much more bang for buck, plus so easy to upgrade etc unlike Alienware.

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