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Posted 21 March 2023

Dell Inspiron 15 Laptop - Ryzen 7 5825u with 8GB RAM and 512GB NVME SSD £499 @ Dell

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AMD Ryzen™ 7 5825U 8-core/16-thread Processor with Radeon™ Graphics

15.6-inch laptop with up to AMD Ryzen™ Processors, a stylish aesthetic and environmentally-conscious design, with essential features for daily use.

Tech SpecsProcessorAMD Ryzen™ 7 5825U 8-core/16-thread Processor with Radeon™ Graphics
Operating SystemWindows 11 Home, English
(Dell Technologies recommends Windows 11 Pro for business)
Graphics CardAMD Radeon™ Graphics with shared graphics memory
Display15.6", FHD 1920 x 1080, 120Hz, WVA, Non-Touch, Anti-Glare, 250 nit, Narrow Border, LED-Backlit
Hard Drive512 GB, M.2, PCIe NVMe, SSD
Memoryi8 GB, 1 x 8 GB, DDR4, 3200 MHz
Primary Battery3 Cell, 41 Wh, integrated
Wirelessi802.11ac 1x1 WiFi and Bluetooth
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  1. Mannie's avatar
    I have this laptop. I bought it in December. If anyone has any questions I'd be glad to answer.
    Rayzerr_Fire's avatar
    How loud is the fan noise?
  2. i_need_bargains's avatar
    Nearly £500 but only of 8GB RAM and an average 250nit screen.
    DealHunterChaos's avatar
    What would you reccomend for £500 with better performance.
  3. DealHunterChaos's avatar
    I found this on the Dell site after looking at Ken's post below for the 14 inch version. Like that one you can just add a £20 8GB RAM module from Amazon etc, to make it 16GB.

    Top Cashback at 9% might pay out £44.91 bringing the price down; however I have had TCB not pay out before.

    I thought it was worth a post of it's own as a 15.6 inch laptop with a 120hz screen and newer processor.

    hotukdeals.com/dea…105 (edited)
    StephenPowell's avatar
    I couldn't find out how to add another 8GB stick for £20, so ordered one separately from Amazon. (edited)
  4. D4NVT's avatar
  5. DealHunterChaos's avatar
    I got the 14 inch version in Ken's deal. Upgraded the RAM in 15 minutes last night and the laptop Passmark has increased by almost 50%. See before and after benchmark scores below.

    JazzaHan's avatar
    how easy is it to upgrade the ram? Do you have to take the laptop apart?
  6. Wall-E's avatar
    120Hz screen with a 41Wh is not going to be pretty with respect to battery life
  7. markyo007's avatar
    DealHunterChaos's avatar
    I ordered the 14 inch one as well as couldn't justify the extra money for what I need the laptop for - general household usage.
  8. JazzaHan's avatar
    Can't see a voucher code that will work on this, unlike the 14inch 4kU model.
    Probably why that ones rated much higher it's a good £100 cheaper & not much less in specs
    DealHunterChaos's avatar
    I personally went for the 14 inch one as well as it will be carried about a lot.

    This is a 15.6 inch laptop if size matters to you and has a 120hz screen. The processor is about 15% faster.

    If Top Cashback works it will give you back about £44.

    I have had mixed luck with TCB in the past paying out though. (edited)
  9. Darkle's avatar
    I really dislike how AMD is obscuring their processor specs now.

    If you go to their site, even the full specs for this processor say 8 cores of AMD Radeon Graphics, you have to go to a third party website to find out it's Vega not RDNA 2.

    Ironically for the first several years of mobile Ryzen when they only had Vega they used to explicitly say Vega Graphics, but now they have two different graphics core types with very different capabilities and efficiency and they're obfuscating it.

    Don't get me started on Ryzen 7000 mobile chip naming.

    Hot for the deal though.
  10. pet2000's avatar
    I prefer Lenovo laptops because you can actually build the system yourself including no OS, whereas Dell only allows a few cosmetic changes.
  11. LiamV's avatar
    Love the style of the Inspiron 15 machine, looks and feels very premium. I've bought a similar model with intel 11th gen i7 from eBay. mainly because it has a thunderbolt port for external GPU. For context, used prices of the more common i5 variant are around £350-400. (edited)
    markyo007's avatar
    Have you had much experience with external GPUs? What one do you have or are you looking into it? Something I have thought of myself
  12. hifiboy's avatar
    whats is the best laptop processor now?
    DealHunterChaos's avatar
    Depends what you need your laptop to do - last for hours or be the most powerful it can be.

    Intel’s Core i9-13980HX could be considered the best.

    The Ryzen 7 in this laptop deal is excellent and is similar to a decent intel i7.

    After looking at a load of laptops, I decided on a Ryzen 7 for very good performance at a relatively affordable price point. The intel equilivants generally cost more. (edited)
  13. rdann's avatar
    deal is finished
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