If it's based on the GE60 Apache PRO, then it might have an AHVA display too, which is great. Plusses are; SLI 750 graphics! Subscribe to this forum Receive email notification when a new topic is posted in this forum and you are not active on the board.
Also I have about 1000€ to spend on this, I can go a bit over 1200€ Max although I would prefer to not spend that much money. Can anyone guide me to DIY? Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations › View or edit your browsing history After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages Lenovo Y410p Graphics Card Good luck!0Comment| 6 people found this helpful.
The GTX 850M is great for gaming for $800. Lenovo Y510p Graphics Card Upgrade Junky yea, latest updates have changed a lot and besides for gamers it's pretty much the same Feel free to join! About the PCIe power connector at the top of the graphic card, I had to cut it with a Dremel to fit the enclosure. Thanks!
I am new to the laptop world, so I am a bit confused. Lenovo Y410p Drivers Windows 10 You can upgrade to an I7. Smaller than 17" preferably. Is there a solution for the firewire port thing?
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Just a load of messages which stop at "Reached target Graphical Interface". For this reason, always re-enable the GT 750M before turning off the computer! Lenovo Y510p Egpu but will have other advantages (IPS display, smaller, maybe better battery) Shaz Sorry Junky, the v7-482PG-6629? Lenovo Y410p Nvidia Driver Also, I recently bought Age of Wonders III and my laptop can't run that at all, even though it doesn't seem like such a heavy game.
me living in kuantan. http://passwordrecoverysoftware.org/lenovo-y510p/lenovo-y510p-ssd-question.html The mini PCI connector is about 5 cm and has 61 pins on one side. The 860m I feel is more than enough to run most titles - and the SSD is a definite perk. Since gaming really is a priority for you, having a strong GPU such as the Maxwell GTX 860M will help you get some longevity out of your purchase. Lenovo Y510p External Graphic Card
To know what will be the performance you need to read reviews / forum messages or just check it yourself 2. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Hinze57 OS win8.1.1 enterprise CPU AMD FX 6100 6core 3.30gHz Motherboard gigibyte ga-78lmy-s2p Memory 4gig ddr3 Graphics Card Radon hd5000 Series Sound Card onboard realtek It will power off and on normally. his comment is here When i just consider this laptop i was afraid it might got a bottleneck because of the i5 and the double gt 750m.
specific application to run? Lenovo Y510p Ultrabay Graphics Card Keys have red back lighting to make thing more visible in low lighting situations and Lenovo is very easy to work with if u have any questions. Shaz Also I'd prefer a smaller screen, sorry for so many replies.
Also if it's in the four figure range would there be a good deal on it within the next month?
Its first advantage is the ability to choose the OS without the need to press a key at startup. Should I consider that heat dissipation for the longevity of the system, since I don't think I will carry it around all the time? That is what they told me.As for the service center, it was the one at KPMG.Yes you are right, I bought it coz it was cheap. http://passwordrecoverysoftware.org/lenovo-y510p/lenovo-y510p-ssd-memory.html arielravenfall Jun 17 2013, 11:16 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #15 Getting Started Group: Junior Member Posts: 173 Joined: May 2013
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This Will be my first laptop, does the os install the same as a desktop PC if I were to install 7 myself on a laptop without the OS Junky Hi! New notebooks may get hot, but not overheat I guess?was affraid it will shorten the laptop lifespan for overheating. Here is dmesg complete: > > http://susepaste.org/33391521 It is more or less a normal boot, no data about hibernation. Remember Me?
Gaming performance is very good for $800 and CPU is replaceable. If you have to have Windows 7, you can either try to buy a license and install it yourself, or buy it off a place like XoticPC or Gen Tech PC What gaming laptop would you recommend? If you are working with a budget and don't mind a few games not running on the absolute highest settings this a more than exceptional trade off but if you can
Savitar View Public Profile Send a private message to Savitar Find More Posts by Savitar chualie Member (04-06-2014, 08:26 AM) Quote #466 Country: USA Maximum budget: $800 Planned usage: Some gaming, Prefer 17-17.3 inch screen. Dell Inspiron 7000/7559 (15.6″), (see new purchase options and refurbished options), review - currently selling for $750-$800 new and $650-$750 refurbished. Main rig: Shockwave - MSI Z170 Gaming 7 MOBO, i7-6700k, 16GB DDR4 3000 MHz RAM, KFA2 GTX 980ti HOF, Corsair RM1000 PSU, Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD, WD 7200RPM 3TB, Corsair
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