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Posted by: james2091
« on: March 02, 2016, 15:00:44 »

I can't seem to install the .ICM profile on my i7 XPS 13. Nothing happens when I double click on the file. Even through Windows 10's Color Management panel I am unable to add the profile. Any thoughts?
Posted by: olix
« on: December 11, 2015, 00:40:47 »

1. Can you more comment the fan policy depending on the Passive/active + Thermal mode settings?
2. In which modes is turbo permitted (in mine Ivy bridge QM Turbo can engage only in High perf or Standard).
3. How the frequencies develop? Is the turbo active immediatly? In mine it takes one minute to Turbo to start acting when switching performance profiles
4. which frequencies are common in some modes? idle, low load(scrolling, playing, typing), constant load (100% load of at least one core).
Posted by: keke1
« on: December 06, 2015, 10:22:37 »

In the review it was written "i7 owners clearly are at a disadvantage in terms of battery life; the Wi-Fi test stopped 35% earlier than with the i5 model (~ 118 minutes)."

I suppose this is not the case if the both models are running the same display? I am curious what would be the difference in battery life if have fhd i7-6500u and fhd i5-6200u?
Posted by: Jinnk
« on: December 03, 2015, 05:37:41 »

The new NVME SSD prevent the CPU from entering a higher C-state, which drains more battery than it should have. A new BIOS update is about to fix this issue and increase the battery life dramatically!!!
Posted by: zacsaturday
« on: December 02, 2015, 23:25:34 »

Good jon on reviewing everything but the xps 15. Still waiting...

Same, waiting for XPS 15 or Alienware 17 R3 (Alienware 15 R2 already reviewed)
Posted by: Blebbub
« on: December 02, 2015, 21:50:29 »

Good jon on reviewing everything but the xps 15. Still waiting...
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: December 02, 2015, 19:00:53 »

Pixel monster. Following the FHD version, we are now testing Dell's new XPS 13 with a QHD Infinity screen alongside Skylake Core i7. Will higher image pleasure and more power be at the expense of battery life?

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