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Nice laptop but FHD+ kills the deal. A bit too pixelated on a 15" considering the smallest iPhone 14 has 30% more pixels on a screen 1/6 of the size.
There isn't one answer for everyone, that is why they offer multiple resolutions. Most people's 65-inch TVs are still 1080p. Plus you will get longer use out of the GPU.
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both XPS laptops i've had were full of overheating issues, wouldn't recommend for any gaming.

great for office / (non-CAD) student use though
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There isn't one answer for everyone, that is why they offer multiple resolutions. Most people's 65-inch TVs are still 1080p. Plus you will get longer use out of the GPU.
Who's 65in is 1080? And looking 10 feet away is very different from 1ft. And looking at video is very different from static text/charts/graphics
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Was going to say it might be too pixelated, until I found out using Ppi calculator that a 4k 32"(137 Ppi) monitor has lower Ppi than a 15.6" FHD (141 Ppi). Using my 32" monitor from normal viewing distance, I can't discern the individual pixels.
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both XPS laptops i've had were full of overheating issues, wouldn't recommend for any gaming.

great for office / (non-CAD) student use though
SAME! Xps9570 owner here. I had to repaste the heat sink, add thermal pads between the mosfets and the case, while also use TheottleStop… still have throttle issues. Also had audio issues but they pale in comparison. Ill never purchase an XPS again
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SAME! Xps9570 owner here. I had to repaste the heat sink, add thermal pads between the mosfets and the case, while also use TheottleStop… still have throttle issues. Also had audio issues but they pale in comparison. Ill never purchase an XPS again
I'd look into the firmware. My XPS 7390 used to run super hot and loud 90% of the time (fan always on turbo) and after the latest firmware update, it rarely does that anymore.
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SAME! Xps9570 owner here. I had to repaste the heat sink, add thermal pads between the mosfets and the case, while also use TheottleStop… still have throttle issues. Also had audio issues but they pale in comparison. Ill never purchase an XPS again
Similar boat for me. My 9570 ran at 99 C under any load. Repasting, undervolting, and other tweaks did nothing. Firmware updates did nothing. I also had the popping audio issue. The laptop worked but it ran hot and throttled. I'm done with 15" XPS laptops now.
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The IdeaPad 7 Pro at Costco for $1200 is a much better deal. 32GB ram instead of 16GB, comparable GPU, better thermals, no weird history of issues like the XPS.

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Meh, bring on next gen... send this to clearance
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Looking to replace a 2017 15" MBP with a Radeon Pro 555. Looking at Windows machines now for occasional gaming but I want it to run decent at Ultra settings. Minus the screen, is this a viable choice?
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Nice laptop but FHD+ kills the deal. A bit too pixelated on a 15" considering the smallest iPhone 14 has 30% more pixels on a screen 1/6 of the size.
Kind of doubt that. I have a high res 13" xps and I find it too small for many apps. The highest resolution is not always the best thing and I think the resolution on this 15" will be fine.
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Kind of doubt that. I have a high res 13" xps and I find it too small for many apps. The highest resolution is not always the best thing and I think the resolution on this 15" will be fine.
What's your doubt? The math is the math. When it's small, you can make it big easily. When the pixels are big, theres no way to make it small. Does that make sense? You know how to make windows scale bigger?
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Was going to say it might be too pixelated, until I found out using Ppi calculator that a 4k 32"(137 Ppi) monitor has lower Ppi than a 15.6" FHD (141 Ppi). Using my 32" monitor from normal viewing distance, I can't discern the individual pixels.
I don't know any one would view a laptop screen at the the same distance as a 32" screen. Is that what normal human do? 🤖
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