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  1. Thanks, I am planning on doing this today.
  2. At this point I probably should just reinstall windows. My power plan is already set to the default dell power plan, which is basically just the balanced power plan
  3. I just checked that and there is no process listed under GPU 1 (the 1050 Ti). I am really stumped. One thing I was wondering is that before my battery issues, I had my motherboard replaced due to an issue with the stock motherboard in the computer, and I also cloned my data on my old ssd onto the 2 TB ssd I listed above. Could any of these be causing my issue
  4. @Dimondminer11 Thank you for your response. How would I go about finding out what program is using my NVIDIA graphics card? The reason I ask is because according to task manager the GPU utilization for the NVIDIA graphics card is 0 percent. The integrated graphics is also 0 percent utilization on idle as well.
  5. I know this may not be the best place to post this, but I honestly do not know where else to turn. Within the past two months, I have been noticing that my dell xps 9570's average battery life has dropped considerably from 8-9 hours on a full charge to around 2-3 hours on a full charge, this even occurring when the computer is idle or when I am using a web browser. During this time span, I have reinstalled drivers, installed a new battery, installed a new heatsink and fans due to the computer initially overheating on idle, stopped background app processes, and have checked task manager to see what apps were using too much power to no avail. Recently, I even sent the computer into the advanced resolution center at dell to see if they could figure out what the issue was, and all they did was replace the battery (again) and cables connect the motherboard to the battery and dc jack. One thing I will note is that I did also have the motherboard replaced in this computer due to a defective stock motherboard, and I have installed a 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd since I have some storage needs, but regardless, the battery drainage issue happened roughly two months after I had replaced the ssd and motherboard. I am assuming at this point that there is a software issue, but I cannot seem to find a culprit program causing the issues. If anyone has any suggestions as to what I should do, I would really appreciate it, since I am at my wits end at the moment. According to a recent battery report I have generated, the battery has the full design capacity, but the battery charge only lasts about 2-3 hours. By the way, the specs on my laptop are as follows: 4K IPS display, 32 GB ram, 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd, Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics, 1050 Ti-MaxQ GPU, and an Intel AX200 wifi card. I also have windows 10 installed.
  6. Hi, Thanks for your response. This battery was just installed at dell's advanced resolution center and the battery capacity is the maximum amount. Also, I have monitored my resources, and the CPU has around 3-10 percent utilization, the integrated graphic has 0 percent utilization, and the Nvidia graphic card has a 0 percent utilization on idle. I am honestly not sure what else to do.
  7. Hey Guys, I know this may not be the best place to post this, but I honestly do not know where else to turn. Within the past two months, I have been noticing that my dell xps 9570's average battery life has dropped considerably from 8-9 hours on a full charge to around 2-3 hours on a full charge, this even occurring when the computer is idle or when I am using a web browser. During this time span, I have reinstalled drivers, installed a new battery, installed a new heatsink and fans due to the computer initially overheating on idle, stopped background app processes, and have checked task manager to see what apps were using too much power to no avail. Recently, I even sent the computer into the advanced resolution center at dell to see if they could figure out what the issue was, and all they did was replace the battery (again) and cables connect the motherboard to the battery and dc jack. One thing I will note is that I did also have the motherboard replaced in this computer due to a defective stock motherboard, and I have installed a 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd since I have some storage needs, but regardless, the battery drainage issue happened roughly two months after I had replaced the ssd and motherboard. I am assuming at this point that there is a software issue, but I cannot seem to find a culprit program causing the issues. If anyone has any suggestions as to what I should do, I would really appreciate it, since I am at my wits end at the moment. By the way, the specs on my laptop are as follows: 4K IPS display, 32 GB ram, 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd, Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics, 1050 Ti-MaxQ GPU, and an Intel AX200 wifi card.
  8. Hey Guys, I know this may not be the best place to post this, but I honestly do not know where else to turn. Within the past two months, I have been noticing that my dell xps 9570's average battery life has dropped considerably from 8-9 hours on a full charge to around 2-3 hours on a full charge, this even occurring when the computer is idle or when I am using a web browser. During this time span, I have reinstalled drivers, installed a new battery, installed a new heatsink and fans due to the computer initially overheating on idle, stopped background app processes, and have checked task manager to see what apps were using too much power to no avail. Recently, I even sent the computer into the advanced resolution center at dell to see if they could figure out what the issue was, and all they did was replace the battery (again) and cables connect the motherboard to the battery and dc jack. One thing I will note is that I did also have the motherboard replaced in this computer due to a defective stock motherboard, and I have installed a 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd since I have some storage needs, but regardless, the battery drainage issue happened roughly two months after I had replaced the ssd and motherboard. I am assuming at this point that there is a software issue, but I cannot seem to find a culprit program causing the issues. If anyone has any suggestions as to what I should do, I would really appreciate it, since I am at my wits end at the moment. By the way, the specs on my laptop are as follows: 4K IPS display, 32 GB ram, 2 TB WD Black SN750 ssd, Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics, 1050 Ti-MaxQ GPU, and an Intel AX200 wifi card.
  9. Hey guys, So I installed a Intel AX200 chip into my Dell XPS 9570 computer quite a while back, after which the Dell Mobile Connect app started to not work. I initially used this app to make text messages and phone calls when using my computer. For the specifics, the app opens, but whenever I try to pair my phone, I get the following error: The exception unknown software exception (0x0434352) occurred in the application at location 0x00007FFC2057A839. I tried to ask Dell Support for help, but they basically told that since I put in a wifi card that does not come packaged with the system, they were unable to help me. I would really appreciate it if someone would be willing to assist me. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing the Dell Mobile connect software and drivers without any success
  10. Hey guys, So I installed a Intel AX200 chip into my Dell XPS 9570 computer, but now the Dell Mobile Connect App, which I use to make text messages and phone calls when using my computer, is not working. The app opens, but whenever I try to pair my phone, I get the following error: The exception unknown software exception (0x0434352) occurred in the application at location 0x00007FFC2057A839. I tried to ask Dell Support for help, but they basically told that since I put in a wifi card that does not come packaged with the system, they were unable to help me. I would really appreciate it if someone would be willing to assist me. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing the Dell Mobile connect software and drivers without any success
  11. Hey Alex, I just wanted to thank you again for your advice. I just replaced the Killer 1535 wifi card in my Dell XPS with the Intel AX200NGW chip you recommended. My wifi speeds practically tripled, from 100 MBPs down to 313 MBPs down. Plus, my computer seems to be more "reactive" when I load web pages.
  12. Well, I am assuming you are talking about throughput, in which case the RT-AC3200 has a theoretical throughput of 3.2 Gbps (I think), as opposed to the Netgear Nighthawk AC1900, which has a theoretical throughput of 1.9 Gbps. But, I am not sure if the RT-AC3200 is AiMesh compatible, if that is what you are looking for. Price wise, according to Amazon, the RT-AC3200 is about 175.00 dollars, versus 149.99 for the netgear router.
  13. That is true. Thank you so much for your help. I will try to see if I can return the card. Also, in your case, I believe you did not even need to install a new wifi driver since I believe the driver for the 8000/9000/ and AX200 series are the same on the Intel website.
  14. Thanks for the help. How would I go about removing all of the necessary drivers though? Also, I decided to opt for the Intel 9260 since I do not have a Wifi 6 router, and as such I do not think there would not be a noticeable difference in the performance if I am still on Wifi 5. Furthermore, I already bought the Intel 9260 wifi card, to my dismay.
  15. Hey Guys, I am planning on replacing the Killer 1535 Wifi Card in my Dell XPS 15 9570 with a Intel 9260 wifi card? I understand how to physically replace the wifi card, but I am not sure what I need to do on the windows software side to do this replacement. I am assuming I would need to download the drivers for the Intel 9260 wifi card before I do the replacement. But, do I need to uninstall the Killer software and drivers before I do the replacement as well? If so, how would I go about uninstalling all of the Killer software and drivers from my computer? If someone could possibly provide me instructions, I would really appreciate it, since I have look online without much success.
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