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nerdslayer1

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  1. yeah but some parts are working, you can try to bake it. IMO its not worth it
  2. This https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html If that doesn't work than its dead. Try changing the thermal paste as a last resort, it might not do anything but doesn't hurt to try.
  3. - Full PC specs? - Tried changing the PCIE slot the card was in?
  4. 192.168. 0.1 or 192.168. 1.1 try both
  5. - Try a different cable/ motherboard - Undervolt - Underclock memory - Underclock the core
  6. Go for the k20 pro, its an excellent phone looking at the specs also has a healthy dev community at XDA.
  7. Price match with memory express.
  8. I would avoid huawei since google is not exactly best friends with them so android services like the play store have an uncertain future. Wait for the poco phone 2, which is rumored to have a 120hz display. Even poco X2 seems good https://www.theverge.com/2020/2/4/21122022/xiaomi-poco-x2-announced-price-specs-realme-redmi-k30
  9. Not really, what are you looking to gain? 20 hz difference won't be game changing.
  10. Even a Raspberry pi can run a minecraft server, it will depend on what you do, how many people your hosting and the complexity of mods and world. short answer, yes.
  11. did you DDU( reinstall drivers)?
  12. what are they selling for? What kind of games? edit
  13. I am sorry, what? most laptops don't have holes under to let water out.
  14. - DDU- Clean install drivers https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html - turn off all OC - Run the game only without any other programs. - see if your BIOS is up to date
  15. need more info - Specs? - What did you do to fix it?
  16. TIL random review of a defective unit = a proper full review with benchmark number and properly sourced data. but powerful and will last longer with upgradability, it even has a option for 5 years of warranty. Thin and light by sacrificing thermals, features like touchscreen, upgradability and proper windows support( bootcamp has issues with temps). Its not a zephyrus which has a unique engineering solution by opening up the bottom of a laptop. Well with the sample size of one TIL shitty cheap HP laptop = every laptop ever existed. Its a thinkpad not a ipad pro, this thing is built to last. Here is a p50 with a very slimier chassis, this guy drops liquid on it here thinkpads being torture tested achievement reached But thermals shouldn't go to 100c p53 is not heavy as you think, OP wants to keep it for 5 years, so upgradability is important. And you don't read reviews, just angry customers with defective units.
  17. incorrect https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-P53-in-Review-Classic-workstation-with-a-lot-of-GPU-performance.442599.0.html still under 2400 FYI metal is not always more durable than plastic, for example a plastic laptop will survive a fall much better than metal. Love this myth. Not saying much considering it still can't boost for long. FYI the THICC design is better for long term, considering if it runs cooler. FYI less heat is better for long term use. It was a fun debate but pointless
  18. What games are you trying to play? what settings?
  19. Please read before commenting also 32gb ram is cheap to get for 225 from Lenevo FYI OP is using windows, Macs throttle really badly in windows. NVIDIA® Quadro® T2000 4GB will be better for CAD since it can do well in sustain performance Not in windows running CAD, same can be said for windows, it can also maintain speed under load. the p53 is upgradable, engineering company i work for uses them a lot. Why not buy computer with more storage when you can afford it?
  20. Only 16 gb ram( non expandable), windows runs like trash on bootcamp( i have nightmarish experience of running cad on a macbook pro 15) and only 512gb storage( non expandable, also not worth expanding due to proprietary storage), FYI the whole computer is sealed so data recovery is a no go. For CAD it would suck due to thermals. Also don't blindly recommend macs for everything, be open minded when comes to needs of the user and use case.
  21. For 2k USD, you can get a beefy p53 with 32GB ram and NVIDIA® Quadro® T2000 4GB, get 5 years warranty if your planning on keeping it for that long. -https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-p/P53/p/20QNCTO1WWENUS0/customize?
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