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They are usually sold as prebuilts from most gaming pc companies so they are already made, you can go on ebay or amazon and probably find a half built or barebone versions of them.

 

Clevo(laptop chassis supplier) website: http://www.clevo.com.tw/ You can browse their models here.

 

Sager-A prebuilt reseller of the laptops: http://www.sagernotebook.com/home.php

 

Heres a clevo barebone from ebay: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/BAREBONE-CEG-15-6-FULL-HD-CLEVO-P150EM-MXM-3-0B-DVD-WLAN-BACKLIT-KEYBOARD-/301595663623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item4638809d07

 

Heres a 970m mxm module that should be compatible: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-870M-MXM-3-0b-6GB-GDDR5-PCI-E-DX11-with-P17XSM-A-Upgrade-Kit-/291432954623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43dac1faff

Does anyone sell a barebones laptop/laptop shell for builders any more?

Just a guy who peaked at building back in the days of the GTX 980. If you see me here, assume i have technical knowledge akin to a committed hobbyist builder back then. If something's changed, you'll need to tell me(nicely plz). I'm probably asking for help with the modern build scene since I have no clue what's going on.

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Does anyone sell a barebones laptop/laptop shell for builders any more?

The closest you can get would be a sager or clevo laptop that supports mxm modules (laptop graphics card), even then those have everything except the storage, ram, maybe cpu, maybe graphics and wireless modules. BTW mxm modules are super expensive and are hard to find, the laptops are also very expensive.

 
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The closest you can get would be a sager or clevo laptop that supports mxm modules (laptop graphics card), even then those have everything except the storage, ram, maybe cpu, maybe graphics and wireless modules. BTW mxm modules are super expensive and are hard to find, the laptops are also very expensive.

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Just a guy who peaked at building back in the days of the GTX 980. If you see me here, assume i have technical knowledge akin to a committed hobbyist builder back then. If something's changed, you'll need to tell me(nicely plz). I'm probably asking for help with the modern build scene since I have no clue what's going on.

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They are usually sold as prebuilts from most gaming pc companies so they are already made, you can go on ebay or amazon and probably find a half built or barebone versions of them.

 

Clevo(laptop chassis supplier) website: http://www.clevo.com.tw/ You can browse their models here.

 

Sager-A prebuilt reseller of the laptops: http://www.sagernotebook.com/home.php

 

Heres a clevo barebone from ebay: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/BAREBONE-CEG-15-6-FULL-HD-CLEVO-P150EM-MXM-3-0B-DVD-WLAN-BACKLIT-KEYBOARD-/301595663623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item4638809d07

 

Heres a 970m mxm module that should be compatible: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-870M-MXM-3-0b-6GB-GDDR5-PCI-E-DX11-with-P17XSM-A-Upgrade-Kit-/291432954623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43dac1faff

 
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CPU intel potato2 | Motherboard xpotato69 | RAM DDRPotato | GPU potato 6969 Ti | Case potato curbiide | Storage WD potato GB grey | PSU lakesonic 69 potato Watts | Display(s)69" 0.5K potato 69*69 | Cooling 4 heatpipe fried potato | Keyboard 69 key potato switches | Mouse yukon gold potato | Sound 6.9 surround potato | Operating System OS69 potato

 
CPU I7 5700HQ |  RAM 8gb DDR3 | GPU GTX 960M | Storage 1 TB HGST HDD | Display 15.6" 1080p IPS panel | Keyboard Steelseries RGB | Operating System Windows 10
 
CPU R7 3800x |  RAM 32 GB 3200MHZ DDR4| GPU RX 5700XT Ref. | Storage 1TB m.2 NVME, 2x 500GB SSD, 4TB and 750gb hdd | Display LG 32GK850F-BKeyboard Aorus K7 with reds | PSU Corsair RM750X | Case Corsair 275R | Operating System Windows 10
 

 

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They are usually sold as prebuilts from most gaming pc companies so they are already made, you can go on ebay or amazon and probably find a half built or barebone versions of them.

Clevo(laptop chassis supplier) website: http://www.clevo.com.tw/ You can browse their models here.

Sager-A prebuilt reseller of the laptops: http://www.sagernotebook.com/home.php

Heres a clevo barebone from ebay: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/BAREBONE-CEG-15-6-FULL-HD-CLEVO-P150EM-MXM-3-0B-DVD-WLAN-BACKLIT-KEYBOARD-/301595663623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item4638809d07

Heres a 970m mxm module that should be compatible: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/NVIDIA-GeForce-GTX-870M-MXM-3-0b-6GB-GDDR5-PCI-E-DX11-with-P17XSM-A-Upgrade-Kit-/291432954623?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43dac1faff

THX much

Just a guy who peaked at building back in the days of the GTX 980. If you see me here, assume i have technical knowledge akin to a committed hobbyist builder back then. If something's changed, you'll need to tell me(nicely plz). I'm probably asking for help with the modern build scene since I have no clue what's going on.

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