expired Dell Inspiron 15 7590 4K - Intel Core i7-9750H - GTX 1650 - 16GB Ram - 512 NVMe SSD - $2,099 Delivered @ Dell

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Specs Summary:
Processor: 9th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-9750H (12MB Cache, up to 4.5 GHz, 6 cores)
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64bit English
Memory: 16GB, 16GBx1, DDR4 2666MHz
Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 4GB GDDR5
Hard Drive: 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
Dell Services: Hardware Support 1Y Mail-in Pre-Paid Freight Service
Dell Services: Extended Service 1Y In-Home Hardware Service
LCD: 15.6 inch UHD (3840 x 2160) Anti-glare Wide Viewing Angle 500-nits Display
Wireless: 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth
Primary: Battery - 6-Cell 97WHr Integrated

Looks like a solid deal to me, I would buy it if I hadn't purchased a laptop recently.

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  • +2 votes

    No BLITZ code?

  • -1 vote

    I'm seeing now $499 everywhere I L😳😳K

  • +2 votes

    I just returned Vostro 7590 with the same specs. Be aware - it's got worst thermal I've ever seen. You will have to cope with fan working ALL THE TIME, even when on idle and low temps, not to mention it's super loud. Ha! moreover, fan is on when in sleep mode. Undervolting didn't help. Dell pretending they don't see any issues but if you google it you will see many people experiencing same problem. Decision is up to you but I warned you :)

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      gessus.. better stay away

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      Dang specs seem really good otherwise. 500nits would be a nice screen

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      there has been a bios update to the XPS 7590 (Dell is onto it), guess same will be on other 7950's to take control of throttling/temperature problems. Up to you, I'm a happy owner of a XPS 15 - 7590, only reason I went XPS is the thunderbolt connection, otherwise this laptop would have been my first choice.

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        The link suggests this laptop has thunderbolt 3?

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          Hi, yes it does, I couldn't get any info on how many PCI lanes are used, XPS is clear on all 4. Contacted Dell before my purchase and even the Tech's/Customer Support couldn't tell me what's in the Inspirion.

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    I also just returned the Inspiron 15 7000, great computer but the fan just ran non-stop even when CPU temperatures were low. Crazy annoying.

    It was on sale for $1490 at the EOFY sale, so this price isn't that amazing.

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      The old one or the New Inspiron 7000?

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        bet you know the answer, I doubt themuloch doublechecked that

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          I can only assume it was the older model being run out at that price.

          Seems like Dell have upped the quality on the new metal chassis. Haven't seen it in person though.

          Inspirons have traditionally been good specs in a budget plastic chassis.

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            @cableguy96: if I remember right, it was somewhat 1800-1900 for the new i7 model on the 20% ebay deal, as I wanted to buy one( there was just no clarification on Thunderbolt speed, a dealbreaker for me, so I chose XPS instead). The new model never been lower than that, maybe he refers to i5.

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        The New 7000 with i5. It was 40% off at EOFY. I7 sku wasn't that heavily discounted, but the graphics card is the interesting bit here and due to throttling, the jump between i5 and i7 isn't all that great.

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    Looks like a solid deal to me.

    Me too :p

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    Intel finally announced 10nm so I guess all the older chips are being pushed out the door.

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    Terrible GPU for 4k… this is worth more like $1500.

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      Terrible gpu for 4k? Have you seen the massive array of laptops that run 4k on integrated graphics? I have not seen a laptop that costs $1500 with those specs, feel free to prove me wrong..

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        I didn't say the price was uncompetitive in the current market, I gave my valuation given that all the other specs are largely sacrificed for the CPU (which apparently struggles thermally) and the monitor.

        So with that in mind, what is the 4k display for exactly?

        Colour work? No.
        Office work/Productivity? No.
        Gaming? No.
        Movie watching? Why?

        If you're gaming, just use your budget on a better GPU rather than a 4k monitor, and you'll find you can easily afford 1080p 144hz (or even 240hz now), and it looks almost as good as a 27" 4k monitor in terms of pixel density.

        If you desperately want 4k, make the step up to OLED and get a display that has genuine HDR capability and allows you to do fantastic colour work.

        For productivity, you'll prefer high refresh rates over time, or OLED if you run dark mode.

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          4k is great for productivity, due to the fact that you get a lot more screen real estate and the text sharpness makes it less eye straining to read for longer periods. 4k is better for content consumption too. Not everyone wants a laptop for gaming, I personally use my laptop for programming and uni and 4k is a noticeable improvement over low dpi monitors. The cheapest new OLED laptops is like atleast $1000 more and it has its flaws.. high refresh rate is definitely not preferred for productivity work.

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