Originally Posted by MitchellO
I wish Its just an existing image. Did they happen to work on your screen (WXGA)?
It works wonderfully. Scales down to 1280x768 in right ratio!
You can get all sorts...
Some more information on various WXGA panels:
DELL Part number Y5045: QDS WXGA
DELL Part Number W4608: QUANTA DISPLAY INCORPORATED WXGA
You can find your part number on your packing slip and you can test your panel using...
Originally Posted by Redmumba
Considering you can get an X300 (a very weak card) pretty cheaply, there's no reason no to go with a dedicated card. Plus, getting something like an X600--which is not the most...
Originally Posted by tom_g
(sorry, not sure what happened to the content of my last post)
I am planning on buying an i6000 (WSGA+) without the dedicated graphics. I'll be using it primarily for Visual Studio...
Additionally I don't believe DELL will let you swap out a component in the laptop at the upgrade price when you ordered.
They shipped me a 4200 RPM HD with my I6000D. I wanted to upgrade to a 5400 RPM unit. DELL told me that they...
Originally Posted by volcomst0ne24
which one should i get. im not going to be a hardcore gamer, but i may play the occasional game. im getting the dell 6000 and i have to choose between the the 64MB DDR ATI's...
Originally Posted by Xarthan
So what settings do you over clock your 6000D at?
I play on 400/230 and I get 55FPS on WoW at 1360x768, 24bit x1 Multisampling and all details maxed out. I get 35FPS on x2...
IMHO the best deals remain $750 off $1499. The sweat spot of course was to hit as close to $1499 as possible so you can maximize the 50% off.
The first $750 off $1499 was last November, being the first one DELL had less experience...