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FHD IPS Display 1920x1080p with native working brightness controls!
Quad Core i7-3840QM 3.8 Ghz (overclocked to 4.0Ghz w/4.2Ghz Boost if requested) (0x194)
Upgraded heatsink (dGPU heatsink) - Upgraded CPU is thermally stable (85C) under load.
Modified BIOS! eGPU + 16GB RAM Fix! WLAN card whitelist removed! AES-NI Unlocked! Advanced BIOS Menu Unlocked!
Tested and works great with EXP GDC Beast eGPU setup!
Intel 7260AC WLAN card (up to 867 Mbps) / WiFi LED works
HDD Module for additional storage (replaces optical drive) - Optical drive also included!
128 GB SSD + 1TB HDD 5400 RPM SATA 3 (6 Gbps)
OEM Lenovo Battery at 50% capacity.
170W Lenovo AC Adapter,
Asking $700, but I can work with you if necessary! Free Shipping to lower 48!
Located in USA!
Chassis is from a used work T430. Fully tested and works great. Message me with any questions
Can also be seen at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fully-Modded-T ... 3476718733
T510 i5 4384-DV7
T510 i7 4349-A64
T520 i7 4242-4UU(CTO)
T520: i7-2760QM(2.40GHz),16GB, 500GB SSD/250GB SSD, 1600x900, 1GB NVIDIA, DVDRW, Smartcard, media card, FPR, Win7 Pro64, XP Pro64 whitelist BIOS, N 6300 AGN, German KB, BT 4.0.
I have a W530 / i7-3940QM / 32GB machine ... and am interested if the memory could be upped to 64GB.
Looking back, in the days of the A31P .. IBm spec'd 1GB memory max when it came to market ... but soon IBM announced their 2GB memory ... I was first on this board to buy the @GB ... plopped it in ...and VOLA it worked. But things were more simple back then.
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Not possible, I'm afraid. 64GB means 16GB per slot, which not even the succeeding Haswell CPUs support-- it's the generation after that (Broadwell, Gen5) that began supporting 16GB RAM modules.
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