Dell Inspiron Studio 1747 17" Intel Core i7 , 4gb RAM, Radeon HD 4650 1gb, 500gb HDD, refurbished £609.10 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Dell Inspiron Studio 1747 17" Intel Core i7 , 4gb RAM, Radeon HD 4650 1gb, 500gb HDD, refurbished £609.10 delivered

£609.10 @ Dell Outlet
This is a very very nice spec for £518+vat+del, I challenge anyone to find similar for the same price (even refurbished): Studio 1747 (System Identifier: EJBHWHZG) * Studio 1747 * Oper… Read More
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
This is a very very nice spec for £518+vat+del, I challenge anyone to find similar for the same price (even refurbished):

Studio 1747
(System Identifier: EJBHWHZG)

* Studio 1747
* Operating System English Genuine Windows 7 Professional (64 BIT)

System Price : £518.38

Operating System
Operating System English Genuine Windows 7 Professional (64 BIT)Memory
4096MB (2x2048) 1333MHz DDR3 Dual ChannelHard Disk Drive
500GB Serial ATA (7200RPM)Video
Graphics 1 GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650Certified Refurbished
Certified RefurbishedNoteBook Screen
17.3in High Definition+ (1600X900) LED with TrueLifeProcessor
Intel Core i7 720QM 1.6GHz (2.8 GHz Turbo Mode, 6MB Cache)System Color
Black ChainlinkMISC
Camera Integrated 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty KeyboardBase
Studio 1747Media Bay
8 X DVD +/- RW
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#1
Is that + VAT & Delivery charge?
#2
Riddles
Is that + VAT & Delivery charge?


agh! sorry. fixed
#3
this is a one off deal ........
#4
Not really there seem to be a few with this spec....I know because I ordered this spec last week (at this price)and am expecting it to be delivered any day now :D
#5
Easily beaten by this I believe :thumbsup:


Studio 1747 English Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT) 1 £ 463.19
Studio 1747

English Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)

4096MB (2x2048) 1333MHz DDR3 Dual Channel

500GB Serial ATA (7200RPM)

Graphics 1 GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650

Intel Core i7 720QM 1.6GHz (2.8 GHz Turbo Mode, 6MB Cache)

Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11 b g)

Optical Drive Blu-Ray Disc (DVD+/-RW + BD-ROM) Drive

Black Chainlink

Grade 1 Scratch or Dent

Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard

Camera Integrated 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera

17.3in Full High Definition (1920X1080) LED with TrueLife

Scratch and Dent




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Total excl. VAT VAT Rate VAT Total incl. VAT
Sub-total(s): £ 463.19 17.50% £ 81.06 £ 544.25
Total Price: £ 463.19 £ 81.06 £ 544.25


It is a scratch and dent but the last one I received had no marks whatsoever

This also has the 1080p + Blu-Ray for £60 less

Some great bargins to be had on outlet at the moment
#6
I can't find any 1747 on the outlet at the moment, can anyone post a link?
#7
None on there at the moment, Outlet is a right place right time thing...
Last two weeks there were I would say probably a couple of hundred of them in small batches, but other times the best stuff gets snaffled by the pro's :)
Just keep popping back...have a tab open and refresh every now and again whilst doing other stuff....:thumbsup:

I bought a 1747 almost two weeks ago and it came this week... great bit of kit..1920 screen is sweet.:thumbsup:
#8
I got a Studio 15" and I regret it now. It runs at about 80 C to 90 C most of the time too hot to have on my lap. Then if i restart it when its hot enough it would just blue screen. If i try Ubuntu it gives me critical system error (90C) or something like that. Not sure if the 17" ones would be affected but this is one of the hottest laptops I have used and the speed of the I7 isn't really worth it.
http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s117/thomas01155/cookmylap.png
Just look at the lowest temperature it recorded then I started the stress test and it was 2C off shutting down, if it was on my lap it would of.
#9
I've had my 17" Studio for just over a week now and tbh I've never noticed any heat out of the ordinary from it, in fact it's cooler than my old 15" acer. Perhaps there's a fault with your 15", have you contacted dell?
#10
thomas01155
I got a Studio 15" and I regret it now. It runs at about 80 C to 90 C most of the time too hot to have on my lap. Then if i restart it when its hot enough it would just blue screen. If i try Ubuntu it gives me critical system error (90C) or something like that. Not sure if the 17" ones would be affected but this is one of the hottest laptops I have used and the speed of the I7 isn't really worth it.
http://i150.photobucket.com/albums/s117/thomas01155/cookmylap.png
Just look at the lowest temperature it recorded then I started the stress test and it was 2C off shutting down, if it was on my lap it would of.


wow, that is bonkers hot! i would say you had a faulty machine.
#11
have you updsted the bios?
if you have the latest bios and its still burning up like that you need to be on the phone getting something swapped...

my i7 hasn't really been stressed yet, but the fan keeps it at 47-50 degrees pulsing on and off,
it does occasionally get stuck with the fan on at idle, keeping it all at 30 degrees, so the fan is intrusive, but a reboot brings it back to normal
#12
The fan is constantly on its at 70C peaking up to 80C if i open something . Nothing is really stressing the cpu between about 0-10% load. I phoned them up and they are going to collect it :)
#13
was yours a scratch'n'dent Thomas? or a Refurb?... Hope it's back soon, and fixed /replaced soon
#14
Received it back "fixed", its still broken, all they did is replace the motherboard which didn't make any difference. An engineer is coming out tomorrow to replace the heat sink and fan. I will never buy a Dell laptop again.
#15
I guess it must of been scratch'n'dent? It wasn't a refurb.
#16
thomas01155
Received it back "fixed", its still broken, all they did is replace the motherboard which didn't make any difference. An engineer is coming out tomorrow to replace the heat sink and fan. I will never buy a Dell laptop again.


Thats an arse:x

Whilst yours is clearly a pain to you I don't think all the i7 problems are dell specific... all the manufactureres went to manufacture before getting it sorted it seems, but can't argue with the fact yours is a dell and thats all that matters....

I would stay polite and firm, and start thinking what else you require to make up for the distress and hardship this has caused you. I have noticed recently that Dell's follow-up seems to have taken a turn for the better, "if" you get through to the right dept.

specific people are being tasked with following up cases...

Obviously if you feel strongly enough about your issues and replacement parts return it as unfit for purpose, but it will take some beating when trying to replace it with another manufacturer...

I've noticed my left front wristpad getting warm yesterday, but processor temps are controlling nicely, and I havent had the stuck fan at idle for over a week and it hasn't had any crashes at all since purchase...

couple of firefox crashes, but with 30-50 tabsand various videos/logins etc thats to be expected really..

I know its only browsing and FF but the speed with which this machine starts up from lifting the lid to 30-50 tabs is just plai:thumbsup:n stunning...


God luck for tomorrow....


Nick
#17
If i run Prime95 for 10-15mins then restart the computer it will blue screen till it has cooled down. This takes about 5 mins. http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/ Does this happen with your computer?

It also hits around 90-99C if I'm playing a game while doing other things.
#18
I only ran prime for a few mins, 5 mins maybe, and temp only got to low 70's in that time, and whilst fan was on it didn't seem max speed... I'll run it for you in a day or two, but \i have a new toy at the moment :p Joggler:thumbsup:
#19
The Dell technician replaced the motherboard and the heat sync only gets up to about 80C now :) and it cools its self down instead of just staying at 80C once prime95 is finished. The Dell technician was very helpful.
#20
:p have fun with your new toy! :D

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