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Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming will use a GTX 1050 GPU

Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming will use a GTX 1050 GPU

Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming will use a GTX 1050 GPU

Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming will use a GTX 1050 GPU

 
 
Dell's upcoming 9650 XPS Gaming has been listed online, promising to deliver powerhouse performance in a ultra-small form factor. 

 

This new notebook will contain an Intel Kaby Lake CPU and an optional Nvidia 1050 series GPU, which powers a 4K InfinityEdge display. In effect, this laptop is a slip design which can offer more CPU and GPU power than the modern MacBook Pro, using both Intel and Nvidia's latest products. 

At this time Intel has not officially launched their Kaby Lake Lineup of CPUs, though this laptop has been listed as using an i3-7100HQ, an i5-7300HQ or an i7-7700HQ, which are expected to launch at CES 2017. 

Dell has also listed this laptop has having a GTX 1050 GPU option with 4GB of VRAM, which is again a product which has not been officially launched for mobile platforms yet. At is time it is expected that this new GPU will be launched at CES 2017.though at

At this time, we do not know if Dell is referring to just the GTX 1050 or the 1050 series as a whole, as the GTX 1050's desktop version does not have a 4GB option. Will there be a GTX 1050Ti 4GB option?

 

Super-speed: The most powerful XPS laptop we’ve ever built includes the latest 7th Gen Intel® Quad Core™ processors and an optional 4GB GeForce® GTX 1050 graphics card with the latest and greatest Pascal™ architecture, so you can blaze through your most intensive tasks.

  
Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming will use a GTX 1050 GPU

 

  

Dell has now removed references to both Kaby Lake CPUs and Nvidia's mobile GTX 1050 from their online listing, though we expect both of these products to officially launch at CES 2017.

This new notebook is expected to launch in Q1 2017, offering a product which will likely outperform a MacBook Pro at a fraction of the cost.

 

You can join the discussion on Dell's 9650 XPS Gaming notebook on the OC3D Forums.

 

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21-12-2016, 06:43:30

Thelosouvlakia
I don't think that a 1050Ti will cut it when it comes to 4k... They could have just went with 1440p (with GSync perharps)Quote

21-12-2016, 07:47:53

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
I don't think that a 1050Ti will cut it when it comes to 4k... They could have just went with 1440p (with GSync perharps)
It won't cut it at 1440p either tbh.

Obviously a business orientated laptop that so happens to have a Pascal GPU really.Quote

21-12-2016, 11:10:39

Kaapstad
The only decent stuff Dell sell are their monitors, the rest is best avoided.Quote

21-12-2016, 12:27:11

Thelosouvlakia
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
The only decent stuff Dell sell are their monitors, the rest is best avoided.

No, not really, their xps brand of ultrabooks are great -I've had the pleasure to use one when a friend brought it for a windows re-install-

HOWEVER their laptops are a pain in the bum when you want to do some hardware based repair meaning you have to take them apart.... total nightmare..

Their server-grade stuff is quite good....Quote

21-12-2016, 14:13:00

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
The only decent stuff Dell sell are their monitors, the rest is best avoided.
There XPS line is amazing. It's not hardware upgrade friendly because everything is soldered, but they really are probably the best windows laptop out.Quote
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