Dell Inspiron 27 7000 (7775) is one of the most powerful all in ones on the market. It's using AMDs new Ryzen 5 chips. The thing that sets it apart from the competition is the fact you can upgrade everything inside except for the GPU. Watch for the full review.
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AMD has Really come a long way in the last year. This thing with HDR 4K and high-end multicore processing from AMD is a fantastic setup without cords and big box sitting around. What's not to like, an all-in-one with Amd great graphics is just Awesome!!
I sold my xps 15 9550 yesterday. I'm a photographer and got the system for photo editing. PS was jittery, mouse would drag when an external display is connected, the screen was over saturated and I had to spend so much time updating bios, and doing all PC things. I couldnt just focus on my process. Sold it, added another 50 bucks and bought an imac 4k 21 inch 3.4 i tb fusion. The problem windows laptops, not from microsoft is that its like a put together lego set. There is no real guarantee all of it will work in harmony all the time. No reviewer can give you a proper consumer advice because they use the system completely in the honeymoon period. Now i use an imac as main pc, ipad pro 12.9 as mobile editing station/ laptop. Especially with the ios 11 update. I had a macbook pro i5 2015 with 8 gb ram which I would use over the xps 15 with i7 6600 with 16 gb ram. The experience was just that much better. The xps had put itself in a position where it could only be used for watching nexflix coz of its color inaccurate screen and the buggy laggy windows 10.
just wondering I own this and I'm colorblind. I can't tell it's color. what would be a good keyboard and mouse combo. I like the razer lance head wireless looks great. but idk what the color is. does it match? really could use help guys.
Dragonic Prime yea it's a shame. I bought 1070 in line to upgrade when the 11 series comes out, but now looks skeptical with the PSU.
Here's a link to their service videos incase you want to change it up down the line. But I think you're right and it wouldn't be practical https://www.frusonfone.com/showcase?sid=1190&key=TGVuZw==
MarcTurnbull1 good to know. But I don't know if I'll be able to upgrade it very much. I don't think that the power supply is very good. From what I've heard, you can't even use a 1080 ti in it because the power supply Is too small
Hey Matthew! I’m a big fan of your reviews, They’re pretty good. Can you review the new Acer Swift 3 with the i5-8250u and MX150? I’m having problems if i should buy it or wait for a laptop with a better gpu and with an 8th gen cpu.
Hello, Mattew or Enyone I am thinking about buying the ASUS gl553 Because Where I live Dell Inspiron 7567 and hp omen are expensive for my price range but there is an offer on Asus.I don't do heavy gaming just regular work link App Development and Designing and Games for a short period.Is This Laptop is good in HeatManaging?Do you Recoment it for this type of work for me
Dejan Cuk I don't know but that is when thunderbolt becomes free to use. I expect that they will integrate that into their products as 2018 is when the plan to ramp up availability (CPUs, GPUs, EPYC embedded etc) begins.
It is not Intel only. Also Intel has a partnership with AMD Thunderbolts setup. Intel more than anyone needs Thunderbolt being as the have no mid or high end graphics solution of their own. Intel this year they offer Thunderbolt 3 Royalty free now for all manufacturers to use. https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/05/intel-to-make-thunderbolt-3-royalty-free-in-bid-to-spur-adoption/
If I remember correctly, Linus did a review of an AIO in which you can swap the GPU, a GTX 1080 at that. Or maybe I'm wrong. Please do correct me or verify this for me, since I'm busy at the moment to be looking for that video.
That actually doesn't make much sense, because unlike processors of a given socket type, or hard drives or memory modules, GPUs have absolutely no decent standardization. That means even if they tried to leave room in the all-in-one form factor for a swappable GPU, it would be impossible to know what GPUs will look like down the road and there would be no guarantee they'd work with the system.
If GPU manufacturers would start to develop some decent standardization, that would be amazing, but at the moment GPUs are basically like tiny PC's: they come in all shapes and sizes and change like the wind. With no standardization at all, it doens't make too much sense to make them easily swappable on an all-in-one.