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About repmel007

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  1. I have free slots (I bought it without memory) but since I'm not such an expert I wanted to make sure the SSD will fit the motherboard and read and write speed would not be limits by any hardware due to incapability such as the generation type of the PCIe
  2. Hey I have a and eluktronics MAG 15 and I want to upgrade my SSD to SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS M.2 2280 1TB PCIe Gen 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3 V-NAND 3-bit MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-V7S1T0B/AM Or even the pro eluktronics are not so good in replying emails so if anyone knows I would be happy if you could assist me
  3. I guess what I would like to know is what are the gpu component that will determine a smooth work with adobe premiere pro (and fast rendering)
  4. Thanks. From what I understand from this video it doesn't really matter and they just charge extra those who can afford it just because they can. For us, normal people, it's not really worth it
  5. One is for professional (like video editors) and the other one is more for gamers. Wouldn't both of them produce the same experience for video editing AND gaming? Is the Quadro a marketing thing or it's actually better than high-end gpu (for content creators)?
  6. I thinking on buying the MSI WS65 9TM so I know it can handle it
  7. That's really annoying. so only SSD and RAM are upgradable?
  8. I thinking on buying a new workstation laptop with the thought in mind to upgrade it in the future to a Quadro® RTX™ 5000 GPU but from what I've managed to see online these GPUs series are not sold separately. Am I right or just don't know where to look?
  9. Hey everybody I'm thinking on getting the eluktronics Mag 15 without an SSD and RAM. I couldn't find their motherboard specifications (I asked their support but they didn't answer) Anyways, if you know what's the fastest RAM and SSD I could buy which the motherboard will support. For example I wanted to buy Sabrent Rocket Gen4 M. 2 PCIe NVMe SSDs but I don't know if my Pcie is a 4 gen or not (otherwise it won't support it) I'm not limited by budget Thanks