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Dell XPS 15, i7, 16 GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 2GB Nvidia Graphics, 3 YR Warranty £1,228.99

£1228.99 @ Amazon
Can't find this cheaper anywhere else online! Great spec, amazing price, have been trying to share it with you since morning but have not been able to make a post! Spec: XPS 15 - 9550 512GB PCIe … Read More
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Can't find this cheaper anywhere else online! Great spec, amazing price, have been trying to share it with you since morning but have not been able to make a post!

Spec:
XPS 15 - 9550
512GB PCIe Solid State Drive
16 GB DDR4 Non- ECC 2133 MHz (1x16GB)
Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1
15.6 In FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge NT Display
Intel Core i7-6700HQ (6M Cache, up to 3.5 GHz,4C)
2 GB GDDR5 Nvidia® GeForce® GTX 960M
Windows 10 64 bit
Battery : Primary 6-cell 84W/HR LI-Ion
Power Supply: 130W AC Adapter
Internal Qwerty Backlit Keyboard (UK English Layout)
3 Years Next Business Day Warranty with Premium Phone Support
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#1
Good deal but they have to offer 4K screen for that price...
2 Likes #2
Mogolent
Good deal but they have to offer 4K screen for that price...

And a car?
#3
Better off imo waiting for some discount codes for the 9560 :)
#4
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
#5
tawse57
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
At 60Hz. It's fine at 30Hz because it's HDMI 1.4. If you need 4K 60Hz you should use the USB-C port
#6
CampGareth
tawse57
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
At 60Hz. It's fine at 30Hz because it's HDMI 1.4. If you need 4K 60Hz you should use the USB-C port

Or buy a laptop with HDMI 2.0 as standard. Something that I believe the HP's and Lenovos in this price range come with as standard?
#7
CampGareth
tawse57
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
At 60Hz. It's fine at 30Hz because it's HDMI 1.4. If you need 4K 60Hz you should use the USB-C port
Another reason why DisplayPort is by better standard as it has supported 4K @ upto 75Hz since version 1.2 (2009). Yet everytime a Thinkpad or Elitebook deal is on HDUK, people complain about the lack of HDMI despite passive converters being about £2-£3 (although that doesn't work for HDMI 2.0 AFAIK).

Edited By: Gkains on Apr 12, 2017 19:29
1 Like #8
Awful graphics for the price, should have been a 1060.
#9
picked up the 1TB SSD & 4K screen of this last summer for £1100 - mind you, it was from the dell outlet but arrived spotless. The only issue I've been having is windows 10 updates being a pain in the rear.
I'm using usb c to dp port lead from google, works a treat.
#10
dijital
Awful graphics for the price, should have been a 1060.
Mine still hit limits with a 100mv undervolt and repaste. Ultrabook hit it's thermal limits and no real way around it apart from making it bigger. I upgraded to the 9560 and not a lot has changed, undervolt, repaste and thermal throttle :(

Never designed to be a games rig!
#11
tawse57
CampGareth
tawse57
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
At 60Hz. It's fine at 30Hz because it's HDMI 1.4. If you need 4K 60Hz you should use the USB-C port
Or buy a laptop with HDMI 2.0 as standard. Something that I believe the HP's and Lenovos in this price range come with as standard?

Depends, will I lose the Thunderbolt 3 port? If so, I'm losing functionality overall.

Gkains
CampGareth
tawse57
Apparently the HDMI out will not support a 4K external monitor.
At 60Hz. It's fine at 30Hz because it's HDMI 1.4. If you need 4K 60Hz you should use the USB-C port
Another reason why DisplayPort is by better standard as it has supported 4K @ upto 75Hz since version 1.2 (2009). Yet everytime a Thinkpad or Elitebook deal is on HDUK, people complain about the lack of HDMI despite passive converters being about £2-£3 (although that doesn't work for HDMI 2.0 AFAIK).

Except for passive converters you need a port that does both, DP++ or something is the name. The way it goes in my head is VGA or HDMI for basic compatibility and a low end experience. DP for proper computer monitors and a high resolution experience.

Edited By: CampGareth on Apr 12, 2017 22:50
2 Likes #12
dijital
Awful graphics for the price, should have been a 1060.
totally agree - all laptops should have gpus which were unreleased at the time the model was first sold
thats proper future proofing
#13
brilly
dijital
Awful graphics for the price, should have been a 1060.
totally agree - all laptops should have gpus which were unreleased at the time the model was first soldthats proper future proofing

Well it shouldn't be £1200 then!
#14
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.

There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.

These are beautifully made, btw.
#15
Marekj

These are beautifully made, btw.

You should pop over to the owners forums as you would be shocked by the lack of build quality, I quoted it as the QC department were blind and wearing mittens.
#16
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.

There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.

These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.

Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530
http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg

To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.

You have been warned :p
#17
where does it state 3 years warranty?
#18
GoNz017
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p

Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.

My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.

The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.
#19
cheaperbythe12
GoNz017
Marekj
It's last year's model, with a decent discount. Equivalent 9560 would run about £500 more than this, with 7th gen Intel and a 1050. Up to you if the bump in the GPU and CPU bumps are worth the premium.
There is a choice, though, so everyone is a winner.
These are beautifully made, btw.
Seems to run about £1900 for a 4k, 512 16gb ram model with 3 years warranty before any discounts, you can expect to get about £400 when the codes stack
£1700 get the same spec with a FHD panel so about £1360 after a good double discount.
Still a nice laptop but be prepared to fight Dell for replacements if the build quality is off as they forget to tell you any onsite for new systems involves "refurbished parts"
Refurbished means any old crap is thrown in a box and shipped out, this was Dells ideea of a refurbished palm rest for my old 9530http://i.imgur.com/91Ov4jV.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/LNa2gxX.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/G3uu9Ap.jpg
To be fair it came with free hand grease and a random bit of plastic connector.
You have been warned :p
Don't start, especially not at this time of day :p.
My old 9530 from the outlet has now had 6 mobo replaced and basically everything else over a 2.5 year stretch except for CPU, ssd and battery.
The latest engineer said that if you have 3 repairs within a month, you can demand a full refund as long as you're in warranty which I intend to do. The laptop is basically a dud. I told the engineer they've probably spent more on the laptop than I initially did just on parts. If you get one that goes faulty, it can be a difficult experience. I guess the one good thing about Dell is you can extend the warranty which has been a godsend for me, otherwise.

I got my 9530 upgraded to a 9550 so go for it, waste no time hounding them!

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