Personally, I am almost of the opinion that this should be sticky'd, even if only to help ensure XPS owners get the support they paid for. Dell doesn't seem to do a good job of advertising this number after all...
I had 4 dead pixels in the centre and 10 stuck pixels on the right edge.
Dell replaced and I have a perfect screen.
One industry stat I have heard is that 80% of all LCDs leave the factory with at least one dead/stuck pixel.
Definately worth it, given you can get the LED issue fixed through warranty!
Gratz on getting it all worked out for such a deal. That ended up cheaper than mine at 2500. I have been really enjoying my 1710!
Originally Posted by Ryzale
Does anybody who have an M1710 also own a copy of Oblivion? I'm wondering how it would perform on max resolution, medium detail, some stuff turned on, or even 1680x1050.
Originally Posted by Swat_R2
What are the performance gains over a stock M1710 + 7900 GTX? I'll be a first time owner as soon as it ships, so I'm sure it will only be a matter of time before I decide to...
I promised to post this number in another thread, but then it occurred to me that it might be buried that way.
If you have an XPS system (and service tag) then this number will get you support based out of Nashville.
If you don't...
that's extremely cool to hear!
So, as I had hoped (and been assured) I can take my 1710 from 32 bit to 64 bit dual core processing!
Now all that remains is the option of an upgrade to a DX10 video card...
I am of a different opinion. I have heard a couple of bad stories with post installs (software working, firmware updates being troublesome etc).
I got the module on my 1710. On an OS re-install the BT wouldnt detect. For the 50...