Dell Inspiron 7375

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Hardware PCI/USB ID Working?
Bluetooth 0cf3:e009
Webcam 0bda:58f3
Touchscreen 04f3:2494
SD card reader 0bda:0129
Sensor hub 0483:91d1

This is an install and configuration guide for the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series (Model 7375) laptop, Ryzen 7 2700U with Vega Mobile graphics.

See the Laptop/Dell chart for information on other Dell laptops.


Kernel parameters

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System will be unstable without kernel parameters. For linux 5.4 and newer, use:

quiet acpi_osi=Linux idle=nomwait

Power management

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On battery

To improve battery time, use the powersave governor:

# cpupower frequency-set -g powersave
# echo low > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_dpm_force_performance_level

For further improvements, see Power saving or TLP.

Fan Control

Install the nbfcAUR package.

Disable IPMI

There is no support for IPMI in this laptop. Blacklist sp5100_tco in /etc/modprobe.d/sp5100_tco.conf:

blacklist sp5100_tco

This will prevent some warnings while booting.

Disable Time Throttling STAPM

Is you only want CPU/GPU temperature-based throttling, install ryzenadj-gitAUR and run:

# ryzenadj --slow-time=0xffffffff --stapm-time=0xffffffff

Run this command before running high demand tasks. The setting will be disabled after suspension.


See Broadcom.

Function keys

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Reason: Certain columns in the table still need to be populated. It may also be useful to consult Dell Latitude 3500#Function keys. See also Help:Laptop page guidelines#"Function keys" section, in particular, using xev(1) to capture keys and populate the "Visible?" and "Effect" columns. (Discuss in Talk:Dell Inspiron 7375)
Key Visible?1 Marked?2 Effect
Fn+F1 Yes Toggles Mute
Fn+F2 Yes Volume Down
Fn+F3 Yes Volume Up
Fn+F4 Yes
Fn+F5 Yes
Fn+F6 Yes
Fn+F8 Yes
Fn+F9 Yes
Fn+F10 Yes Toggles keyboard backlight
Fn+F11 Yes
Fn+F12 Yes
Fn+PrintScreen Yes
Fn+b No
Fn+Ins No
Fn+s No
Fn+h No
Fn+r No
Fn+Ctrl Yes
Fn+Esc Yes Toggles Fn lock
Fn+Right Yes
Fn+Left Yes
Fn+Down Yes
Fn+Up Yes
  1. The key is visible to xev and similar tools.
  2. The physical key has a symbol on it, which describes its function.

See also