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Dell xps 15 7590 laptop 15.6" i7-9750h nvidia gtx 1650 256gb ssd 16gb ram + $438 (rakuten points) $1250

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15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge Anti-Glare Non-touch IPS 100% sRGB 500-Nits display
9th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-9750H (12MB Cache, up to 4.5 GHz, 6 cores)
Windows 10 Home, 64-bit, English
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 4GB GDDR5
256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
16GB DDR4-2666MHz, 2x8G

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Does it has another slot for one more SSD?
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Does it has another slot for one more SSD?
No, only one slot that is occupied. The 56WHr version have 2.5" drive bay and also no dedicated graphics.
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Thermals?
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I bought 4k version. Beautiful display. I wouldn't pay this much money to fhd. Thermals? Fan kicks in quicker.. I dont like it. But I didnt do repaste undervolting..etc. I always like to use the system as is....then do apply workarounds.... the best thing is 4k touch display on this laptop..keyboard could be better.
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I bought 4k version. Beautiful display. I wouldn't pay this much money to fhd. Thermals? Fan kicks in quicker.. I dont like it. But I didnt do repaste undervolting..etc. I always like to use the system as is....then do apply workarounds.... the best thing is 4k touch display on this laptop..keyboard could be better.
You may be able to fix the fans with a bios update, this is a known issue with some Dell machines.
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This deal has already been posted earlier at midnight.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13662239-dell-xps-15-7590-i7-9750h-gtx-1650-16gb-ram-256gb-ssd-1080p-437-rakuten-point-1250

I think this is way better than the $1199 XPS 15 deal on ebay ($50 cheaper without points back). And I have no worries with returned points, since one can buy a 1TB SSD for upgrades, which can easily fill the $50 gap and make this deal better.

Comparing with the $799 Precision 5530 deal, this one has better overall specs, e.g. 16GB vs 8GB RAM, GTX 1650 vs P1000 (similar to 1050), 97WHr vs 56WHr battery.
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Can 256gb NVMe replaced by 1tb NVMe?
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Hello,

I ordered the Vostro 7590 through the doorbuster deal last night (i7-9750H, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD), however seeing this deal is making me want to cancel that one and go for this one. Would this be worth it? Also is it possible to replace/add RAM and drives onto this computer? Thank you very much.
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Can anyone comment on upgradability of this unit?
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Can anyone comment on upgradability of this unit?
The basics: ram, nvme ssd, WiFi card. If you swap the battery to the smaller one, you can open up a 2.5" bay for hdd/ssd
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Why is this deal not getting more love? Curious what people think
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No, only one slot that is occupied. The 56WHr version have 2.5" drive bay and also no dedicated graphics.
This is 97WHr battery? I just pulled the trigger on the 7590 4K IPS version for $1610 plus tax and 10% Rakuten cash back. Same 1650 gpu, same 256gb ssd and 16gb ram.. same CPU.. so that's $360 difference. after tax and Rakuten points it's $908 total for this 1080P version versus $1574 after tax and 10% Rakuten back for 4K version.. $666 difference final.

the 1080P panel is IPS 100% adobe rgb right? they're both 500 nits and the 4k is ips 100% adobe rgb.

I think I should go this route with 1080p screen, if it's 100whr battery.. the price difference is too much to ignore.. plus, if I really want to do 4K display on the road, I can add a portable 4K 99% adobe rgb panel for $300 that hooks up to USB-C.
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I bought 4k version. Beautiful display. I wouldn't pay this much money to fhd. Thermals? Fan kicks in quicker.. I dont like it. But I didnt do repaste undervolting..etc. I always like to use the system as is....then do apply workarounds.... the best thing is 4k touch display on this laptop..keyboard could be better.
so how much did you buy the 4k version for? the 1080p version is not touch? the fhd version in this posting is 1250 minus $438 Rakuten points.. so i'm curious how much you paid for the 4k version.. all else is the same on it right?
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This is 97WHr battery? I just pulled the trigger on the 7590 4K IPS version for $1610 plus tax and 10% Rakuten cash back. Same 1650 gpu, same 256gb ssd and 16gb ram.. same CPU.. so that's $360 difference. after tax and Rakuten points it's $908 total for this 1080P version versus $1574 after tax and 10% Rakuten back for 4K version.. $666 difference final.

the 1080P panel is IPS 100% adobe rgb right? they're both 500 nits and the 4k is ips 100% adobe rgb.

I think I should go this route with 1080p screen, if it's 100whr battery.. the price difference is too much to ignore.. plus, if I really want to do 4K display on the road, I can add a portable 4K 99% adobe rgb panel for $300 that hooks up to USB-C.
FHD version is 100% sRGB. 4K or OLED panel is 100% Adobe sRGB,
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