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  1. I don't know how the prices are in Belgium, but I would be looking into something like Lenovo Legion Y540, with at least ant i5 9th Gen and GTX 1660 Ti.
  2. Hello, so right now I have a Multcom Kunshan P177SM (Clevo P177SM) with following specs :i7-4700MQ2x4GBGTX 780M256GB SSD + 1TB HDDAnd it's not a terrible laptop at least for me, but I would like to have a bit more, stable FPS in games like The Crew 2, Rise of The Tomb Raider, DiRT Rally 2.0 and one of the main bottlenecks if I'm not wrong is the GPU.So, I'm kind off thinking about upgrading it to GTX 970M or if finances allow, GTX 980M. But I was wondering, if there's something I should know before doing it or is it as easy as just getting the old GPU out, installing a new one, reinstalling drivers and i'll be good to go? As I really can't find any proper info online.
  3. Hi, so I have a Multicom P17SM laptop with GTX 780M and it kind off overheats a bit, while gaming it sits at 93 celsius. One of the reason might be the thermal paste I'm using (CoolerMaster IC1 Value) and some worn off thermal pads, but I'll fix those in the future, I'll get Arctic MX-4 and new thermal pads. But I still was thinking about undervolting it, but it seems that originally it's locked, so I was thinking if it's still worth it using svl7 vBIOS in 2020? Or is there something better?
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