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About galaxygamerman

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  1. My primary laptop, which I lovingly call "TARDIS Console", is a Dell Inspiron 5437. Been using it for 6 years now, and till now has only shown the blue screen of death twice in it's whole lifetime. it has been through 3 cities with me, and has only recently been showing issues with the camera and keyboard. It has: i7-4500U for CPU Geforce 740M for graphics 1 TB Western Digital HDD 8GB RAM (2 sticks of 4GB). It has served me well for all these years, but I wouldn't be surprised if it suddenly starting resting in peace someday. My secondary laptop
  2. I own a 6 year old Dell Inspiron 14R with an i7-4500U for CPU and GeForce 740M for Graphics. I use it for multiple reasons, not just for gaming. Recently I have been noticing a slight bend in the frame and keyboard deck of the laptop. Sort of like how GPU sag exists for Desktop users. This sag exists in my laptop due to how I mount the laptop on 2 wooden slabs during intensive tasks, to maximize air flow. Is there a way for me to reduce this sag?