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Configuration Details:
● Intel® Core™ i9-9880H with vPro (2.30GHz, up to 4.80GHz with Turbo Boost, 8 Cores, 16MB Cache)● 8GB DDR4 2666MHz● 15.6" UHD (3840 x 2160) 400 nits, OLED, AAS, multi-touch with Dolby Vision™ HDR 500 with IR & 720p HD Camera● NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Max-Q 4GB
Ordered: 09/25; received 10/31

IMAGES AND GUIDES: https://imgur.com/a/pUChg2D

PRELIMINARY BATTERY: With undervolt (-0.125mv), brightnessat 50%, and battery saver on so far it's been 5:30 hours for classwork with 15% left so not bad I would say.


  1. I did not know that GeekBench 4 and 5 have totally different numbers.
  2. Lisa from MobileTechReview i7 scored 5,691 (single) and 24,076 (multi). I have a score of 5,686 (single) and 29,173 (multi).
    1. Scores peaked at 5,552 single, 28,608 multi without any throttling (UV -125mv).
  3. GeekBench 5 scores peaked at 1,259 (single) and 7,471 (multi)
  4. Average max temps with fan running full speed is 82C (so no throttling).
Steps to take:
  1. Check physical components
  2. Install new components
    1. Follow this excellent guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vvLexQZUos
      1. IMPORTANT: Follow the guide to disable fast startup in Windows and then disable battery in BIOS
    2. 32x2 = 64gb memory
      1. Samsung 32GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM Memory Module for Laptop Computers (260 Pin SODIMM, 1.2V) M471A4G43MB1
    3. 1TBx2 = 2TB NVME
      1. Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB SSD (MZ-V7S1T0B/AM)
  3. Fresh wipe of Windows 10 Pro and update to latest
    1. EGPU NOTE: Do not use Windows 1903 if you're using an eGPU or else you'll run into Code 12 error. Use at latest August 13, 2019—KB4512508 (OS Build 18362.295) or lower. Any higher and you'll run into that error.
    2. Note: You'll need to disable Secure Boot in BIOS (Bios > Security > Secure Boot > Set to Disabled); save and exit bios (F10)
    3. Press F12 on startup to load boot menu; select your Windows USB and install (no need for CD key as it is baked into the laptop)
    4. Force nVidia GPU to be used (or else some benchmarks will use the Intel). Go to nVidia control panel > Manage 3D Settings > Under "Global Settings > Preferred graphics processor > Set to the GPU
  4. Install benchmark tools Lenovo Vantage Enterprise (and nothing else)
    1. PCMark 10
    2. GeekBench 4.0 Single Core
    3. GeekBench 4.0 Multi Core
    4. GeekBench OpenCL
    5. Cinebench R15
    6. Userbenchmark
    7. CPU-Z
    8. ThrottleStop
    9. Lenovo Vantage
      1. Install using these instructions: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Vantage-Knowledge-Base/Lenovo-Vantage-install-update-failure-in-Microsoft-Store/ta-p/4196489
      2. Disable Windows Store auto update (Windows Store > Top right three dots menu > Settings > Uncheck Update apps automatically)
      3. If you run into an issue "Lenovo has encountered a problem" then follow this instruction: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Pre-Installed-Lenovo-Software/Vantage-has-encountered-a-problem-Windows-1809/m-p/4245188/highlight/true#M33824
  5. Benchmark
    1. Results without fan
      1. PCMark 10
      2. GeekBench 4.0 Single Core
      3. GeekBench 4.0 Multi Core
      4. GeekBench OpenCL
      5. Cinebench R15
      6. Userbenchmark
    2. Results with fan
      1. Userbenchmark

  1. Install thermal upgrades
    1. Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut Thermal Grease Paste - 1.0 Gram
    2. SogYupk 20 PCS mini Aluminum Chips VGA RAM Cooling Heatsinks heat sink cooler
    3. mod/smart Fujipoly Ultra Extreme XR-m Thermal Pad - 100 x 15 x 1.5 - Thermal Conductivity 17.0 W/mK
    4. Notes on installations:
      1. You do not need to remove every cable (see images above).
      2. The motherboard does flex a lot so be careful when pressing down to unscrew the screws
  2. Benchmark
    1. Results without fan
      1. PCMark 10
      2. GeekBench 4.0 Single Core
      3. GeekBench 4.0 Multi Core
      4. GeekBench OpenCL
      5. Cinebench R15
      6. Userbenchmark
    2. Results with fan
      1. PCMark 10
      2. GeekBench 4.0 Single Core
      3. GeekBench 4.0 Multi Core
      4. GeekBench OpenCL
      5. Cinebench R15
      6. Userbenchmark
  3. Undervolt the CPU
    1. Results with undervolt with fan
      1. PCMark 10
      2. GeekBench 4.0 Single Core
      3. GeekBench 4.0 Multi Core
      4. GeekBench OpenCL
      5. Cinebench R15
      6. Userbenchmark
Accessories review:
  1. Screen protector: Viascreens Vivid Plus
    1. https://www.viascreens.com/screen-protectolenovo/thinkpad-x1-extreme-2nd-gen-touch.html
      1. From their support: The Vivid and Vivid Plus differ in the finish of the product mainly. The Vivid is the standard clear protector, whereas, the Vivid Plus has a semi gloss, semi matte finish and combines the features of our Matte and Vivid products in one.
      2. This is iffy; it does take away clarity but at the same time gives great anti-reflection. There is a rainbow effect at a certain angle as well as the 'noise'.
  2. Keyboard cover:
    1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FBGG6ZG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
      1. It works, sort of. Not the best and not thinner than my MBP's keyboard cover. The edges are not as flushed and sticks up (yes, I used four adhesive to keep it down). Will I keep it? Maybe; it really does take away from the typing experience and makes it less accurate. No, it sucks. Do not buy this cover as it will make your typing experience miserable.
  3. Laptop sleeve: Ceocase Protective 15.6 inches Laptop Sleeve Compatible with Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme (15.6”)
    1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GZY7G4T/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
      1. Review: Imagine a thin piece of leather bound together and this is what you get. It's more of a padded envelope. It works, is slim, fits perfectly. No latch of any kind so don't tilt your sleeve in transport. Will not hold any charger whatsoever (which you probably know).
  4. Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Workstation 230w Dock
    1. Works great. Remember to plug BOTH the 230w and 65w into the dock and install the driver and firmware here: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/pd500252. If you're LAN (Ethernet connection isn't being recognized, do a restart on the PC)
    2. I am running a USB-powered interface (Behringer UMC204HD) and I noticed frequent static from my JBL LSR305's. This happens in Spotify, Youtube, on disk videos, etc and the interface was plugged into the rear and front USB (both to test). I then plugged it directly into the laptop and noticed there's no more static. So, if you're getting a lot of static, don't use the USB ports on the dock for the interface; there's something wrong with the ports (maybe not enough power?).
      1. Try using the always-on USB in the back; I think this fixed my issue.
      2. Try using an external hub as that might help. Since only a direct connection to the laptop would prevent it from popping/crackling (I tried buffer size, drivers, various USB ports on the dock, etc), I remembered my eGPU has four USB ports so I tried it and it worked! No more popping/crackling noises.
  5. Fan: Tree New Bee
    1. https://www.amazon.com/Tree-New-Bee-Cooling-15-6/dp/B016PMVM7Q/ref=sr_1_49?keywords=fan+laptop&qid=1572581626&sr=8-49
  6. Vinyl cover (matte):
    1. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32965321534.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.620e4c4d9LtxSm
    2. Amazing. It is worth the price and effort to install. See images above.
  7. Lenovo Pro Pen
    1. https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/accessories-and-monitors/pens-and-supplies/pens/TAB-ACC-BO-Lenovo-Pen-Pro-ROW/p/4X80R02889
    2. Pretty responsive, I would say it's more responsive than the Surface Pens. However, the screen will flop a bit when writing so I wouldn't recommend writing an essay by hand using the pen. I will be using it for highlighting PDFs and minor editing (like screenshots, etc).
      1. Edit: Actually, writing and editing on the screen is pretty good; it is rigid enough to place your hand against it and write without worry.
      2. It comes with a pen holder.
  8. Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Presenter mouse
    1. Good right and left click; middle strip is a touch scrolling. Quite compact and slim with both USB and bluetooth 5.0 for connections and USB-C for charging
    2. Responsive for presenting if you use Powerpoint on a regular basis and it has a virtual mouse using a gyroscope? (You would wave your hand with the mouse to move the virtual mouse)
    3. It is not a bad mouse and useful for travelers. I'm also using a Razer Deathadder and Logitech Master 3s (used 1 and 2 before as well).
  9. Omnicharge 20 USB-C 100w
    1. https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Charging-Portable-Smartphones-MobileStudio/dp/B07PTNV3CF/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=omnicharge+20+100w&qid=1572566085&sr=8-2
      1. Works fine; it will give a notice that it is slow charging but it's still charging at 100w so that's not bad at all.
  10. Razer Chroma X eGPU (can test if there's interest)
    1. For some reason I could not get the monitors to work. I ended up getting Code 12 error (not enough resources) and basically even though the laptop recognize the Chroma and everything, the GPU won't function. However, do note that I am using an AMD GPU (Vega 56) but this had no issues on my MBP Bootcamp (AMD GPU too). The Code 12 error is pretty tricky to fix, and the latest guide did not work for me (could not compile ASL; here's the guide if you're interested): https://egpu.io/forums/pc-setup/fix-dsdt-override-to-correct-error-12/.
    2. Maybe an nVidia GPU would have no issues but I don't have one on hand to test.
    3. Windows 1903 ruins the eGPU; see this thread to downgrade to 1903 v1 ( August 13, 2019—KB4512508 (OS Build 18362.295) or lower: https://egpu.io/forums/pc-setup/egpu-fail-after-update-to-windows-19-03/

NOTE: all items were purchased by me; none were given or sponsored.
Initial negative thoughts:
  1. The soft chassis is easily scratched; a small spoon that happen to lightly swipe the lid left a mark
  1. Laptop lags when lid is closed with external monitor plugged in; this does not seem to occur if the HDMI is already connected prior to power on.
    1. So this is a common issue and the common "solutions" are as followed:
      1. Disable Intel GPU in the device manager and then re-enable it (or create a .BAT file that does this for you). This is still the easiest temporary method to use. You can follow the instructions here: https://superuser.com/questions/849398/is-there-a-windows-script-to-disable-enable-the-intel-gpu
      2. Using this guide: Open Device Manager (search it in the Start menu). In "System devices" find "ACPI lid". Open "ACPI lid" properties, and go to the "Driver" tab. Select "Update driver". Choose "Browse my computer for driver software" and "Let me pick..." Uncheck "Show compatible hardware". Choose Microsoft as the manufacturer. For model, select "Volume manager". Restart the system and it works! from here
      3. Updating the driver from Nvidia Geforce Experience
      4. In BIOS, disable Hybrid Graphics mode and use the dGPU only. This is detrimental for battery on-the-go.
    2. Here's the ACTUAL fix that worked for me:
      1. Using the step 2 above, follow everything there and restart the system. The machine will STILL lag when the lid is closed with an external monitor.
      2. Then go to Device Manager, scroll down to "System Devices", then right click on "Microsoft Volume Manager" > Update Driver > Browse my computer for driver software > Let me Pick > select ACPI lid > Restart
      3. My theory is that there is something wrong with the ACPI and it just needed to be "rebooted"
  2. Bluetooth devices not connecting (like "try connecting your devices again" error with bluetooth keyboard or after entering the PIN, nothing happens)
    1. Go to Device Manager > Bluetooth > Right click "Intel(R) Wireless Bluetooth(R) and uninstall it (along with drivers)
    2. Reboot
    3. Install the Intel AX200 Wireless LAN (n2ow806w.exe) and NOT the bluetooth driver
    4. Reboot
    5. Reconnect and it should be working again
      1. Note: for some reason I am unable to connect multiple (more than 1) bluetooth keyboard. In order to connect the second one (let's say moving from office to office) I would have to unpair the first keyboard.
  3. Multi-touch gestures not working (like 2 and 3 finger gestures)
    1. Open Regedit and delete Synaptics folder from Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ and Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Synaptics
    2. Open Device Manager and uninstall Synaptics Pointing Device (and uninstall the driver) under "Mice and other pointing devices"
    3. Reboot your computer (it will prompt you after step 2) then wait about 2 minutes and you should see a message/notification to do another restart.
    4. Restart and your gestures should work.
    5. Source: https://www.reddit.com/thinkpad/comments/9z9xwd/thinkpad_x1_extreme_bios_update_issues/
  4. Brightness not working
    1. If your brightness control isn't working, update the Intel display driver from the Lenovo site.
  5. Fan guides
    1. I tested both the original TPFancontrol and the dual fans one. I've been hearing the modified fan version does not work but that doesn't seem to be true. The original TPFancontrol acted up on me after a few minutes of using so I ended up using the dual fan modified version which works great. Here's what you need to do:
      1. Install the original TPFancontrol here: https://thinkwiki.de/TPFanControl
      2. Install the modified fan control: https://github.com/cjbdev/TPFanControl (if you're new to GitHub, click the green "Clone or download" button and select "Download ZIP")
      3. Run the modified fan control found under fancontrol > Debug > Fancontrol.exe
      4. Modify when the fans would turn on by editing the TPFanControl.ini file found under the fancontrol folder
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      1. Level=50 0 Level=60 1 Level=65 2 Level=70 3 Level=75 4 Level=80 5 Level=85 6 Level=90 7
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      3. You can technically set custom RPM speeds but then you'll have to modify the firmware controller on the BIOS level and, well, it's not worth it.
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TLDR: Not sponsored or anything, honest review, had it for 3 days. Be prepared, its gonna be long!
I have used 2 laptops in my lifetime(I'm 19) and a couple desktops when I was young. My first laptop that was mine was the Dell Inspiron 15 5568. i7 dual core, 16gb. After using that for everything I do for about 6 years I needed an upgrade. I am a data science student, I mainly use my laptop for coding, video editing and animation. All of which my old laptop could handle, however not that well, the dual core was not cutting it anymore. I go to university so portability was important, I play games on my ps4(Mainly call of duty), but I wanted to join the pc master race but didn't have enough funds to have both a decent laptop and desktop. Hence the gaming laptop. My initial choices were:
Asus Zephyrus g14 and M15, Gigabyte aero 15, Razer blade 15, MSI GS66, Lenovo Legion 7i and M15 of course.
Bad response times ruled out the g14, Bad customer support rules out the blade(also high price), M15 didn't really appeal to me because of the lack of a webcam. I actually had an Aero 15 9th gen intel last year but the fans failed me almost a month after I bought it. (common issue I found out, so I decided to return it to amazon) so this rules out the aero 15. I almost pulled the trigger on the GS66, but then they discontinued the rtx 2060 version and I don't have money to afford the higher specs.
So between the 7i and M15, I would've definitely picked the 7i, however at the time of ordering, the 7i was still not available and it still fully isn't in the UK, and i really needed a new laptop as I was starting a podcast(Warwick Data Science Podcast BTW) and needed the horsepower for video editing and production.
So I now have the M15 r3 with the i7-10750h, 1660 ti, 16gb ram and 256gb ssd.
I have a few regrets. I really wanted the 2070 super version, only the 1660ti and 2070super versions are available in the uk. But it was just too expensive and I just couldn't get it. I know there are other laptops like the Omen 15, 7i if I could wait and sacrifice some portability and build quality. However i couldn't, I travel to university everyday, and cant be carrying a 4kg laptop everywhere, also i dont want a flimsy laptop if I'm spending 1.6k on it. the 1660ti version was priced 1.6k with student discounts, and the 2070 super version was 2k (gbp) and i know it is worth it to spend the extra 400 to get the better graphics and a 512gb SSD but I just didn't have the funds.
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Ordered on the 6th July, received on the 17th. My credit card failed the first time as it had a 1500 limit, DELL CALLED ME, I was oblivious until they did, on the 11th to notify me and on the spot made me a new order and sent me a quote with the same price. Nice. So I ordered a new order that day, arrived in about 6days. If you dont get a order confirmation within 2 days of your order CALL DELL.
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Initial Impressions/ Overall Build Quality
Unboxing was great, I've seen better though, just a box with the charger and the laptop, and some paperwork. My aero 15 from last year came with a thermal pad for an ssd, a temporary bag for the laptop and a microfiber cloth, Alienware came with none of those, come on dell, you cant really be saving that much while marking up Alienware prices. Other than that, the build quality is the best I've seen, apart from my dads XPS but that is understandable. Magnesium alloy all over, metal for the back shroud and a glass touchpad(bit small but I use a mouse anyway). I have the dark side of the moon version and god damn it looks good.
Front View, with Dave2D teal keyboard lighting.
It is also incredibly thin for the stuff it packs, its like 0.5mm thicker than my inspiron 15, and thats insane, i knew it was thin, but i didn't expect it to be this thin and light, weighs about 1.5 times the inspiron. Here are a few pictures:
Top down
Left side(Ethernet and USB A)
Right side, 2x USB A and MicroSD(come on really? just put a full sized SD ffs)
Back, HDMI, DisplayPort (Both connected straight to dGPU), thunderbolt with charging, AGA and Power)
Quick note, the cables don't go fully in on every port, not just the ones on the back, don't mash them in, they are also quite tight, looks like dell was saving space this way.
What I would like to see in the next iteration:
Full sized SD card reader, i mean come on, who uses just micro SD, you might as well have left it out, people were going to buy an adaptor if they needed it anyway.
Maybe a usb c on the right/left would be nice, my headphones for my phone are usb type c and I cant really go round the back can i?. Don't know why the length of the laptop is so big, it barely fit into my laptop sleeve.
What I like:
Keyboard, i personally think this is the best keyboard on a laptop by far, (except the new xps 15/17), the keys are so responsive.
Lighting, fully customizable, and both the fn keys and the multimedia functions light up.
Material, it is fully unibody magnesium alloy construction, apart from a few plastic bits around the screen and bottom front of the laptop. The magnesium alloy means no fingerprints what so ever, i really appreciate this.

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I know not everyone will agree with what I did for numerous reasons, but i did it for my use case, different people may have better experience with other settings.
Changes in the BIOS.
By default you have to press the FN key and the F1-12 keys to access the multimedia. I changed this in the bios to be multimedia keys by default so FN+F5 = F5. Note that this now means pressing F6 locks the windows key, and F7 gives you the option to switch between Nvidia Optimus and gsync mode. I usually leave it in optimus.
Also by default, opening the lid turns the computer on, I personally don't like this so turned it off.
To get into the bios, as soon as you see the rgb lights turn on, keep pressing f2.
Unless you know exactly what you're doing, I don't recommend touching anything else in your laptop, if it bricks, I am not responsible, but I will try to help you.
I tried to get as close to Dave2D teal as I can, and keyboard brightness is at the DIM level in AWCC, i found that DIM is more than enough, Bright actually hurts my eyes at a certain angle.
Here is the rgb settings:
It looks like green on screen, but irl its different.
Dave2D teal I use.
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Out of the box, as soon as i turned i on, while setting it up the sides of the laptop next to the keyboard became quite warm, uncomfortably warm, whatever alloy they are using its very efficient in spreading heat. The CPU is configured to run as fast as it can at all times. Which makes sense as it is a gaming laptop after all.
Also it is in gsync mode, battery life was abysmal, 2 hours on idle, you got to be kidding me. Taming the beast is necessary. So I switched to optimus mode: (FN+F7 or F7), now I was getting 3.5 hours.
Abysmal right? even in optimus mode 3.5 hours is a joke for a 86whr battery. So I installed hwinfo and looked at the stats. The power draw on average was between 30-50 watts! What a joke. This also explained the heat on the sides issue. Hopped into Alienware Command Centre(AWCC) and the cpu was at 65 degress ON IDLE and the fans at 0.
So basically, dell said "oh yh lets make the cpu clock as high as we can at all times, and make the fans silent too, people want it to be quiet"
Of course something had to be done.

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First of all I reinstalled windows, to see if that would fix anything, (Go to settings and reset this pc - same as using a usb method) NOPE.
Then i remove all the bloat ware it comes with.
You can remove alot of things but DO NOT remove any of the alienware centre stuff, OC controls, Visual studio C++ libraries(no matter how many of them there are) any of the intel stuff, or the nvidia drivers(actually you can remove the nvidia stuff and use guru3d's Nvslimmer to install a light version of the drivers)
My list of programs:
Then I installed Throttlestop, XTU did not work in my case.
I then made 2 profiles, one for AC/Gaming/Content Creation use, and one for battery/word processing/browsing/netflix use.
I am currently using the battery profile, idle temps are at 40 degrees and fans are off.
AC Profile
For some obscure reason dell decided to turn of speed shift(enables cpu to lower clock speeds when idle) and use the older speedstep, so enabled that and set to 32(you can set to 0 if you want). also adjusted clock speeds to 4.5ghz single core and 4.0 ghz all core boost, imo more than enough. Also undervolted by -100mv, I can probably push the undervolt more, but i cba rn.
AC Profile

Turbo Ratios and Undervolt
So on this AC profile, my idle temps are around 50 and idle fan is about 20 percent on the balanced + 15% offset profile. Alienware are very conservative on the fans, so i pushed the offset to 15. which seems to be a sweet spot between noise and temps.
Battery Profile
Speedshift on and set to 128, you can set to 255 but that's like going 30mph on a motorway.
Turbo turned off, I wont be benchmarking or gaming on battery so i dont really need the turbo speeds.

Battery Profile
I also have these to switch automatically so I don't need to worry about switching manually.


So after all my tweaks, is it worth it?
Here are my initial testing without any tweaks:

Stock Cinebench Result.
Temperatures, i know you cant see the correct avgs, but all cores throttled obviously.
After Tweaks
Cinebench on battery with no turbo
With undervolt and 4ghz all core turbo cap
Timespy Result

Crystal Disk Result

Idle Battery Estimation, Imo its probably closer to 7hrs.


After all my optimizations, running aida64, with both cpu and GPU at full synthetic load, the temps are 84 degrees on the cpu at 4ghz all core boost and 72 degrees on the gpu. With the fans at 75 percent speeds.

Final Thoughts

After making tweaks I am extremely happy with these results and the laptop in general. The pros totally outweigh the cons, a new 1tb ssd would be nice, ive saved up about 50 so far,
Also you can ask me anything in the comments ill try to help. hence the AMA.
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