P150SM-A with a replacement 860m
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clevo p150sm gtx860m 4GB (Kepler version). Upgrade possibilities?
Hi. I have a question about possible upgrade from 860m Kepler to newer cards (9xxm series, Maxwell). It's is possible to upgrade? And if yes i need to have specific BIOS version (which one)?Thank you.
Looking at P150SM or P157SM. Opinions on fan noise? + other random questions
I'm coming from a W110ER w/ 650M and a P150HM w/ 670M (not owned by me). I love these machines, but I loathe the noise they make. I could reluctantly put up with it for another generation, but I want to make sure it doesn't get louder than my machines now. I'd appreciate it if anyone could ...
Sager NP8268 / Clevo P150SM-A: Is this a good customisation for Multimedia/Gaming
Hi all, After all the excellent reviews and receptions I've seen on here I've decided to buy a Sager NP8268, I live in Australia so I have been looking at all options very carefully, because if it breaks down it's gonna be very costly to fix. I am in my last year of school and doing a f...
Keyboard ribbon connector ? ZIF connector repair possible? Clevo P150SM
Installing new keyboard and the connector into which the ribbon inserts broke in half using fingernails. When fitted together and with ribbon properly inserted as best I can tell with magnifying glass still >> no function. Is this going to be a MB replacement or is a repair possib...
Refurb P150SM purchase
Hello, I currently find myself without a proper rig (for gaming and work) after moving to a smaller apartment, which forced me to leave my desktop behind, and have been looking for a Clevo laptop to fill the void. The pricing on current hardware seem a little steep considering that Maxwell (...
can't find the mSATA slots in P150SM
just bought a P150SM can't find the 2 mSATA slots in P150SM can you show me a picture of them, or tell me how to find them
P150SM PSU upgrade from 180W PSU to 220W-240W PSU
Hey all, Just wanting to know if anyone knows of a suitable PSU replacement I should buy to upgrade the 180W PSU to a larger 220W to 240W PSU that will work with the P150SM. The GTX 780M is a beastly card that's sucking everything the 180W PSU can give.
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