Dell Gaming Laptop G3579-5941BLK-PUS G3 15 3579 - 15.6" Full HD IPS Anti-Glare Display - 8th Gen Intel i5 Processor - 8GB DDR4 - 128GB SSD+1TB HDD - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 4GB, Windows 10 64bit
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- 8th Generation Intel Core i5 8300H Processor (quad core, 8MB Cache, up to 3.9 gigahertz w/Turbo Boost)
- 8GB 2666 megahertz DDR4 up to [32GB], (additional memory sold separately)
- 128 GB (SSD) Boot + 1 TB 5400 RPM [SATA] HDD Storage
- 15.6 Inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti Glare, LED Backlit Display
- Be more productive. Windows 10 is the best for bringing ideas forward and getting things done
- 2 x SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1 x USB 2.0
- 2: 1 media card Reader
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Dell Gaming Laptop G3579-5941BLK-PUS, 15.6" Led display, 8th Gen Intel i5 -8300H processor, 8GB memory, 128GB SSD+1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
Dell gaming machines are engineered with the specific, demanding needs of the gaming audience in mind. From the latest processors to powerful discrete graphics cards, they make every experience more intense and real.
Graphically superior: Powerful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 4GB GDDR5 graphics memory allows you to game at higher settings with crystal-clear detail and smooth, realistic gameplay for a more immersive on-screen experience.
Stunning from every angle: Gameplay appears sharp from virtually every angle on the 15" screen with a wide-viewing angle with in-plane switching, and an FHD anti-glare display.
Bring the noise: Immerse yourself in superior sound with two front-firing speakers with Waves MaxxAudio Pro.
Engineered for gaming excellence
More power. Better gameplay: 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8300H Processor provide responsive, powerful performance whether you’re gaming, streaming videos, or working on CPU-intensive projects.
Stay cool under pressure: Dual fans let you experience uninterrupted gaming while your system stays cool.
Built for speed: Dual drives with 128GB SSD and 1TB 5400RPM HD ensure faster performance and better reliability, and a new Ethernet port supports full 100/1000 Gigabit connections for quick performance.
Improved wireless: With a fast, long-range 802.11ac WiFi, you can take advantage of the superior .11ac routers for a responsive, stable wireless performance.
Constructed for convenience
Thin is in: At just 22.7mm, the slimline design is the thinnest 15-inch laptop in the Dell G Series line, making it even easier to game on the go.
Powerful ports: An HDMI 2.0 port enables 60Hz 4k output.
Light up your game: Game clearly in low-light settings with the WASD backlit keyboard.
Charge into battle: Power up and start gaming immediately with a 56Whr battery.
NVIDIA GeForce 1050: Everyone deserves great gaming. That’s why we created the fast, powerful GeForce GTX 1050. Now, you can turn your laptop into a true gaming rig, powered by NVIDIA Pascal—the most advanced GPU architecture ever created. It’s loaded with innovative NVIDIA Game Ready technologies that let every gamer experience the latest titles in their full glory.
Ports and Slots
1. 2-in-1 SD / MicroMedia card | 2. USB 2.0 | 3. Noble lock security slot | 4. Power/DC-in Jack | 5. HDMI 2.0 | 6. Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 | 7. SuperSpeed USB 3.1 | 8. Headphone/Mic
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It has no problem running work based programs such as all Word applications, Adobe Premiere and casual internet browsing and video streaming.
What really blew me way was that I am able to plug in my Oculus Rift and play games off my Oculus Library, and also my Steam VR library. (Note: I have the GTX 1050 version.) However, if you are planning on playing VR, I would recommend investing in a laptop stand, one that elevates the laptop up a bit and one that has cut outs so the fans are not covered up. This will allow for a less hot laptop. I still encountered slight thermal throttling, but it was rare, and it did not ruin the VR experience. One more thing for playing VR with this laptop. You want to have the charger cable plugged in and charging the laptop while you play. If you don't, it will lag to the point where any game is unplayable.
A couple of things i dislike about the laptop is its track pad. Its not horrible, I believe it used Windows percision drivers and gestures are always read correctly, it just feels a little lose. The panel is also not the best, however you are able to find an upgrade replacement, but keep in mind it might void your warranty.
Other then that this is a very solid laptop, I would recommend it to anyone, it looks nice, I like how for a gaming laptop it not the typical read and black. It looks professional and subtle and at the same time does have a slight gaming feel with the WASD keys being outlined in blue.
After about 6 months with this laptop, I still have yet to run into any major issues. Hopefully it stays that way and I did not just jinx myself.
I really like this laptop.
Do I regret buying it: No
Would I recommend it: Yes
As per the benchmarking tests, performance difference between the new i5 and i7 processors is very little and doesn't justify the premium price of i7. So I was clear that I wanted a laptop with new i5. After a lot of search on Amazon and other sites, I finally narrowed down to this laptop for two reasons:
a. The overall configuration looks good (I chose 256GB boot drive and 1TB secondary drive)
b. it has a dedicated graphics card that provides good graphical capabilities.
Dedicated graphics was especially important for me since I process large RAW image files out of my SLRs that requires a lot of a firepower.
If I have to summarize, this laptop has really lived up to my expectations. I really pushed this laptop to its limits by running a batch image conversion process to convert around 400 RAW images, each image being around 50-70 MB. The conversion was reasonably fast. The CPU automatically overclocked itself and performed at peak without the laptop getting hot or anything else of that sort.
The only thing I would change in this laptop would be replacing the secondary HDD with a SSD as well. Once you are spoiled with the SSD speed (my previous laptop also had SSD), the regular HDDs are just not good enough. :)
I would definitely recommend this laptop if someone is looking for a little extra than regular day to day use where the dedicated graphics card can make a real difference.
Not much bloatware; it comes with McAfee, a few Dell utility tools, & all the usual pre-installed software that Windows 10 comes with. The fans can get a bit loud in some intensive gaming situations.