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Autor Thema: Dell XPS 15 9510 Core i5 laptop review: Basic model with the brakes engaged  (Gelesen 330 mal)

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The Dell XPS 15 continues to be one of the few high-end multimedia laptops that is optionally also offered without a dedicated graphics card. So while those who are looking only for a fast processor should really be at the right place here, Dell also limits the CPU performance unnecessarily.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-XPS-15-9510-Core-i5-laptop-review-Basic-model-with-the-brakes-engaged.574450.0.html

Qyygle

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So, this i5 option has the same cooling system as the i7 with dGPU, supposedly spreading a smaller heat load into a cooling system designed for much higher wattage...
But Dell has power limited it, AND it still runs at 90*+ when stress testing???
HAH Dell's, what a joke

funny21

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It's quite annoying that the latest XPS 15 9510 is getting worse battery life than the previous model. Anyone know if there is any way to resolve this?

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THANK YOU, Notebookcheck, for calling out the Rattling of the speakers, although I wish it wasn't just a footnote in the cons list.

This has been a problem with Dells for years, and on other models too (e.g. Latitude 7480 from years ago)...not just this XPS lineup and last years' XPS. It's a hardware problem that they are ignoring.

We need big media outlets like you to name and shame them.

@funny21 Probably no way to fix the battery life, 11th gen Intel H seems less battery efficient than 10th gen. Same thing happened with 9700 vs 9710 and other laptops.

 

 
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