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  1. I lowered it to $45 ($50 with shipping).
  2. I don't have anything else I can put the drive in, and finding a ODD external caddy is a pain, so here ya go! https://www.ebay.com/itm/272956363346 I also posted the screen if you're interested. 95% color gamut and it calibrated pretty nicely
  3. *cough* https://www.ebay.com/itm/272956173817?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 *cough* http://www.ebay.com/itm/272956220895?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 *cough*
  4. When you say OD caddy are you talking about the housing of the optical drive itself, or that little HDD/SSD drive caddy for housing a drive above/behind the OD?
  5. Well the drive I have is a blu-ray writer, would you be interested in buying the full drive?
  6. I do have the battery, and you're in luck because it holds about a 3 minute charge lol And yup I have the OD caddy; the GPU + Heatsink + Screws are the only parts I've sold so far.
  7. I could've sworn there was a selling section on TI, but I can't seem to find it. Anyway, I'm parting out my old P157SM since I've upgraded to a P750DM2-G. I've already sold the GPU, but the rest of the parts (minus the CPU and bottom case cover) are in decent shape and I was wondering if folks would either be interested in buying any parts (much cheaper than getting them from rjtech) and/or had recommendations on where to post them. I've already posted them on eBay without much fanfare (links below) but if anyone has any tips I would be very grateful! https://www.ebay.com/itm/Laptop-Keyboard-and-speaker-cover-For-Clevo-P157SM/272870402908 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Killer-Wireless-N-1103-NIC-Clevo/272870395346 https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Clevo-P157SM-P157SM-A-P170EM-GPU-fan/272870382942 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Used-for-Clevo-P151EM1-P157SM-P157SM-A-P170HM-P170HM3-CPU-Cooling-Fan/272870380925 Thanks everyone!
  8. @Prema this might be of interest to you
  9. Oh my, Kabylake uCode is added to the bios from the repo!
  10. I was looking for new drivers for my p750dm2-g and stumbled across this.. [PM me for the link] I thought I'd share.
  11. I recently bough a p750dm2-G to replace my P157SM; it has a fried CPU, and I suspect that the Prema VBIOS were a bit too much for the power supply because it would crash on me when I was gaming. I did do some mods on the case in an effort to improve cooling which can be found at https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/forums/topic/9694-hardware-mod-p157sm-cooling-overhaul/#comment-144375 I did find a site that would sell replacement bottom covers if the mods I made to mine are unappealing. PM me if interested
  12. And now it appears that I've fried some portion of the integrated GPU I'm able to get windows loading correctly with a generic driver from M$, but I had to use gpedit to block the driver from reinstalling itself. And now to debate if I should fork up the dough for a new 4700MQ, or if I should invest in a new system; decisions, decisions...
  13. @senso Yup, both the CPU and GPU.
  14. Howdy all, So I've been having some issues with my P157SM overheating while gaming (particularly with fallout 4). It seems to me that the fans aren't kicking on early enough to keep the system cool, though I know from logging at least the CPU and GPU are within reasonable limits. It's sort of strange that I can't seem to pinpoint one particular thing that is overheating, My current guesses are either the caps/resistors above the CPU (covered by the little copper edge of the CPU plate) or some of the thermal pads on the GPU plate aren't lined up correctly. It's also possible that the EC firmware from @Prema isn't kicking in quite early enough, but that'd be surprising for him to not have already addressed this at some point. The only time I've been able to re-create it outside of Fallout is one time I was running both the CPU and the fuzzy donut GPU burner from MSI Kombuster. I haven't been able to get it to over heat just running one or the other. I'll have to re-examine the pads one of these upcoming weekends, though it'd be a shame to screw up the good paste job I did on the GPU this last time lol PS: I sent some financial love Prema's way, because he really deserves it!
  15. Yeah I'm thinking that too, though I won't have a 'before' to compare against I'm back up to uC 17 and I installed XTU and throttlestop is all unhappy and won't hold the multiplier settings But I'm gonna be working on the GPU side of things this weekend, so maybe I'll play around some more with uC and try getting rid of XTU and see if that helps
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