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Swung Huang

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  1. Yeah, I’ve encountered some cases where the mod fails to work. In which case you still need the bios patch to get that to work.(p.s. vanilla y400/500 will reject any GPU regardless of the vendor. Accepting AMD card by default only happens on y410p/510p
  2. You should just plug that into your laptop, install PSU and GPU to it, and it should just work.(The latest version has an hardware mod present on the adapter so the firmware patch is no longer needed.)
  3. I still have quite a few of those. You can contact me at [email protected]
  4. Hmmm...It's just an email address. I do speak a bit of English(I hope so) So don't worry about language I guess? I can send the pic of the board by email
  5. Hi. I still have a few in stock. If you are still interested, plz contact me at [email protected]
  6. Actually I believe there's an option in the (patched?) BIOS and choose 'UMA only' will disable the internal GT755 for you. (I cannot recall the name of that option for now...
  7. Though you likely will not benefit from PCIe 4.0, but PCIe is backward-compatible, which means you should have no problems running these systems with the latest and greatest cards.
  8. I dunno what do you mean by “as an external HDD” do you mean that it occupies a USB port or it’s dangling around? The LBA adapter has the SATA port from the ODD rerouted to the outside so you can still attach your HDD.
  9. actually it’s still available to buy(I still have a few) but the shipping or so may not worth it. It does have the optical SATA port routed outside so if you have external hard drive it got you covered. You may contact me at [email protected]
  10. Yep. The ATX connector on the board pinned exactly the same as the standard.. But a minor thing to notice, it’s a 20pin, not 24pin. If your 24pin is actually 20+4pin detachable, then you’re good. Or you may need to cut the connector or just jam that in there and hang the extra 4pin around
  11. Actually, if you are going to eventually build a new, proper PC, then you may not think of bottlenecking. You'd better think of what PSU will your next PC need. So that you can reuse the PSU without extra cost or save you from flipping hassle. You can also do that to your GPU selection. But that don't quite apply to that, for power supply pretty much won't evolve over time while GPU does get beefier and beefier, resulting to a low price to performance ratio at that time. Just a hint
  12. Yeah. You can contact me at [email protected] The fan control program you might be interested in. https://1drv.ms/u/s!AlQ9tIhcRFrHm34uRQkJavL3vPC0?e=B3CBS5
  13. Nothing found both in my inbox or junk box. Maybe send it again?
  14. You can just email me to that address. In English if you like.
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