Dell Inspiron 15 7577 gaming laptop (i7-7700HQ, 16GB memory, 256GB NVMe SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5) £1099 @ Dell
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Dell Inspiron 15 7577 gaming laptop (i7-7700HQ, 16GB memory, 256GB NVMe SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5) £1099 @ Dell

£1,099Dell Deals
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Found 26th Nov
Looked like a decent spec for a gaming machine at this price-point.

  • Processor: 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ Quad Core
  • Screen: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
  • Memory: 16GB, DDR4, 2400MHz
  • Storage: Dual drives with 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive+ 1TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5
  • O/S: Windows 10 Home 64-bit English
  • Warranty: 1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support

Use code "DB3SAVE300" to bring the £1,399 price down to £1,099. This is a "doorbuster" deal so likely to be very limited quantities.

23 Comments

Has been this price since Friday, not sure if they are doing new offers for Cyber Monday.

Heat for the generous bezel.

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.

Lol £1099. They swapped this in for the i7 deal on Friday when Dell said they ran out of stock of the 8th gen i7. So £500 cheaper than this

PHL1 h, 55 m ago

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good …Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.


If you dont need portability then build a pc. It will be much cheaper for the same performance plus you have the option to easily upgrade in the future.

Ramsea8 m ago

If you dont need portability then build a pc. It will be much cheaper for …If you dont need portability then build a pc. It will be much cheaper for the same performance plus you have the option to easily upgrade in the future.


Which YouTube videos should I follow to build one or do you happen to have an A-Z list of the items i need to buy?
Edited by: "PHL" 26th Nov

PHL16 m ago

Which YouTube videos should I follow to build one or do you happen to have …Which YouTube videos should I follow to build one or do you happen to have an A-Z list of the items i need to buy?


Not sure...but I was told the following is a gd place to find compatible parts.

uk.pcpartpicker.com

Original Poster

If you’ve never done anything like it before, you’re probably better off buying rather than building a PC. That way, you end up with parts you know will work together.

If you do go down the build your own gaming PC route, you will need at a minimum:
- computer case
- power supply (PSU)
- motherboard
- processor
- memory (RAM)
- SSD for main drive
(optionally 1 or more HDD for bulk/backup storage)
- graphics card
- cooling:
— CPU cooler
— case fans
- Operating system
- Keyboard, mouse, monitor (you may already have these)

Of course there are dozens or hundreds of alternatives for each of these components. It comes down to budget, the purpose of the build, and what you want to maximize (eg game frame rates, application load times etc.)
Edited by: "Genki" 26th Nov

Bit of a powerhouse with portability. Hea

mhtrv27 m ago

Not sure...but I was told the following is a gd place to find compatible …Not sure...but I was told the following is a gd place to find compatible parts.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com


This is a great site but I agree with genki, if you haven't built one before get it Pre-Built. It'll probably cost you about 100 quid more but at least it is guaranteed to work as a whole. I've always used overclockers for system buys. Not necessarily the cheapest but I've found their after sales care brilliant.

Would this laptop be able to handle solitaire at 30fps? And using notepad etc? Thanks

PHL4 h, 7 m ago

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good …Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.


There are many Youtube tutorials, where you can build along with the exact parts required.
Just search for your videos within your budget.

The major positives of building your own PC is the money saved and a sense of achievement.

However if you want to buy a PC, I wouldn't buy a PC from the big brands.
Buy a PC from custom PC builders online. Where you can select custom parts, and save money.

And also, "gaming laptops" are a waste of money. Might as well buy a cheap laptop for portability and a gaming PC.

Plongster9218 m ago

Would this laptop be able to handle solitaire at 30fps? And using notepad …Would this laptop be able to handle solitaire at 30fps? And using notepad etc? Thanks

Unlikely.

John-Smith-681 h, 25 m ago

There are many Youtube tutorials, where you can build along with the exact …There are many Youtube tutorials, where you can build along with the exact parts required.Just search for your videos within your budget.The major positives of building your own PC is the money saved and a sense of achievement.However if you want to buy a PC, I wouldn't buy a PC from the big brands.Buy a PC from custom PC builders online. Where you can select custom parts, and save money.And also, "gaming laptops" are a waste of money. Might as well buy a cheap laptop for portability and a gaming PC.



NOT if you ain't got the room for a desktop... doh
Edited by: "sucramco" 26th Nov

PHL5 h, 47 m ago

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good …Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.


Here's one Youtube tutorial on how to build a gaming laptop. It's not rocket science considering that the laptop you'd buy in PC World or from Dell is mass produced in China and put together by barely educated people on less than living wage.

PHL6 h, 41 m ago

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good …Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy a gaming laptop or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.


1/You can go on a website like PC specialist, configure a PC, click proceed and they will tell you if your configuration is good.
2/You take note of all the different parts and go for a hunt for the best price.
3/You look for a YouTube tutorial like this one:

4/ Enjoy your new toy.^^
Edited by: "nice-new" 26th Nov

tempt1 h, 34 m ago

Here's one Youtube tutorial on how to build a gaming laptop. It's not …Here's one Youtube tutorial on how to build a gaming laptop. It's not rocket science considering that the laptop you'd buy in PC World or from Dell is mass produced in China and put together by barely educated people on less than living wage.[Video]


Can’t tell if you’re serious but that video is a laptop taken apart played backwards.

Original Poster

I found CCLOnline were pretty flexible when it came to building a PC from selected parts. You're not completely free to choose anything, but there was a lot of leeway in the parts available after playing with various starting configurations. Specced up a couple of systems for a family member, and for a friend (slightly different requirements) and both actually came to about the same as it would have cost me to source the parts, or maybe a few quid more. Certainly wasn't much in it. And from all accounts the chosen parts came fully assembled and the machines perfectly functional with Windows 10 ready to go.

For my own PC, on the other hand, I have gone down the "from scratch, from parts" route for over 15 years. Lets me tweak things just so (I love fast *and* silent - a tricky combination, though made somewhat easier because I don't game)

Got same specs Acer Predator Helios 300 for £250 cheaper.

Original Poster

PaulParsons2 h, 54 m ago

Got same specs Acer Predator Helios 300 for £250 cheaper.


Link? Thanks!

mhtrv20 h, 57 m ago

Not sure...but I was told the following is a gd place to find compatible …Not sure...but I was told the following is a gd place to find compatible parts.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com


Thank you

nice-new16 h, 38 m ago

1/You can go on a website like PC specialist, configure a PC, click …1/You can go on a website like PC specialist, configure a PC, click proceed and they will tell you if your configuration is good.2/You take note of all the different parts and go for a hunt for the best price.3/You look for a YouTube tutorial like this one: [Video] 4/ Enjoy your new toy.^^


Thank you

Website is saying 999 now for 1060
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