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About Konrad_K

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    NRW, Germany
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  • CPU
    i5 5200U
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    8GB 1600 mhz DDR3
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    120GB Adata SU650
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    12.5" ips 1920x1080
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  • Operating System
    Debian 10

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  1. I have dealt with these, they are wayyy to slow to be usable, for 400 thats a ripoff. I know these linking capablites could be a tradeoff but i would look into used/refurb thinkpads. Value vs. quality and performance would be better, also they are highly upgradable.
  2. Nope ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2nd Gen) 14.0″ QHD OLED Touch Up to i7-7600U /16GB RAM yes 1.42 kg $1449 Samsung Galaxy Book 12″ 12.0″ FHD+ OLED Touch Up to Core i5 / 8GB RAM no 0.75 kg $699 Alienware 13 R3 OLED 13.3″ WQHD OLED Touch Up to i7-7700HQ /16GB RAM yes 2.6 kg $2699 Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 12.0″ FHD+ OLED Touch Core m / 8GB RAM no 0.69 kg $699 HP Spectre x360 15 15.6″ UHD OLED, Glossy, 282 PPI Up to i7-8750H / GeForce 1050Ti 2 x4 2.17 kg Dell XPS 15 7590 15.6″ UHD OLED Up to i9-9980HK / GTX 1650 1 x4 1.80 kg $1900 Alienware m15 15.6″ UHD OLED 60Hz Matte Up to i7-8750H / RTX 2060 1 x4 2.16 kg $1949 Dell G7 15 15.6″ UHD OLED Up to i7-9750H / RTX 2060 1 x4 2.49 kg $2299 Lenovo Yoga C730 15.6″ UHD OLED Touch 8th Gen i7 / UHD 620 1 x4 1.89 kg $1650 Lenovo ThinkPad P53 15.6″ UHD OLED 400 nit Dobly Vision HDR Up to 9th Gen Intel Xeon / Quadro RTX 5000 2 x4 2.45 kg Lenovo ThinkPad P1 2th Gen 15.6″ UHD OLED 400 nit Dobly Vision HDR, Touch Up to 9th Gen Intel Xeon / Quadro RTX 5000 2 x4 1.70 kg Razer Blade 15 Advanced 15.6″ UHD OLED Touch 60Hz, 1ms Up to i7-9750H / RTX 2080 Max-Q 1 x4 2.21 kg $3299 Sager NP8454 15.6″ UHD OLED Up to i7-9750H / RTX 2070 yes 2.49 kg $1949 Sager NP8451 15.6″ UHD OLED Up to i7-9750H / GTX 1660Ti no 2.39 kg $1599 Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED 15.6″ UHD OLED Up to i9-9980HK / RTX 2080 Max-Q 1 x4 2.00 kg
  3. I am not aware of any counterfeit SSD's, so do not worry about that. I just use a cloud sync software for my important data, I do not use and program. Not sure what you are asking for
  4. https://www.lenovo.com/ch/de/laptops/thinkpad/t-series/ThinkPad-T490s/p/20NXCTO1WWDECH1/customize Why not a T490S?
  5. I find it annoying that laptops these days are all built from aluminum. I used to have a Mac Book air a couple of years ago, and after a drop from half a meter it got dented in a way that the hinge bulged out of the thin aluminum chassis in the back and I was unable to close the lid properly. Of course, due to the "awesome" uni body chassis I was stuck with it. Is this premium? I don't think so. Purely form over function and the true "build quality" is hurt by that. Totally agree with you
  6. The relatively small performance boost isn't worth an entirely new computer. With a budget of 600 USD I doubt he could get anything better,
  7. I would get any SSD from a reputable, brand. It will be a night and day difference. I would also recommend re-installing your system, of course after backing up any of your important data. You could keep both drives in the system and use your mechanical drive as additional storage.
  8. Google "coil whine", there are many ways to fix it, just choose something safe.
  9. it depends on the port (DP, HDMI) not the card.
  10. Z390 prime-a from asus is quite full-featured and affordable. They also have a very well laid out and intuitive bios
  11. I would remove the corsair sticker.
  12. Looks to be the monitor, I wouldn't attempt fixing it
  13. You either could add a fan, or tweak the fan curves. But the temperatures aren't that alarming.
  14. motherboard - yes You should check your PSU and Case for compatibility.
  15. Remember you will have to get DDR4 ram too.