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    Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    The XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 will be among the first Intel Evo certified laptops available.
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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    Go on Dell, whack a Ryzen cpu in there lol

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke7 View Post
    Go on Dell, whack a Ryzen cpu in there lol
    What? You haven't got the Intel brown envelope in the post yet?

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    still no full SD slot and only two thunderbolt ports I see. Step backward Dell. XPS13 used to ship with 2 full size USB-A, a thunderbolt USB-C and a full size SD. Now that was a sensible spec. I can work on photos on a plane with that. Having to dongle and hub everything is not practical.

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    could of got this, but I went AMD and got more cores for less money

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    I have a feeling that the XPS line will never have a Ryzen cpu in it because that would cheapen it (Intel wouldn't like it)

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by samuraiweasel View Post
    I have a feeling that the XPS line will never have a Ryzen cpu in it because that would cheapen it (Intel wouldn't like it)
    I would hope after the "best friend money can buy" roasting they got last time that Dell wouldn't want to have to weather that again.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/t...es/05chip.html

    There are at least Inspiron laptops with 4000 series APUs in them and some Alienware gaming rigs, but no XPS desktops or Threadripper based Precision workstations.

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    dell would have to design a new mobo for it, but given the dominance of amd chips atm it would seem worth it IMO.

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    Re: Dell updates XPS 13 lineup with 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    dell would have to design a new mobo for it, but given the dominance of amd chips atm it would seem worth it IMO.
    If they had designed one for the 3000 series, they could probably re-use it.

    OFC it may not fit nicely with their awful Thunderbolt "docking stations".

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