I wonder how Lenovo squeezed a NGFF drive in a Budget gaming laptop anyways...
Is the screen the same as the y500 ?
I am between this the HP Envy 15t and maybe the y410p .
How are the angles ?
I am debating between the Y510P (SLI) and the W230ST at the moment. There are a few questions that I have regarding the Y510P.
(1) Can both 750M's be overclocked via Nvidia Inspector or MSI Afterburner?
(2) I need final, definitive battery life numbers, assuming that I don't jump through all those hoops of removing the SLI card and getting the HD 4600 drivers and whatnot. I just wanna know what kind of battery life I will get with the SLI model assuming that I do nothing in particular to try to increase it.
(3) What's the deal with microstutter? Has anyone experienced it? I've heard that for some people, it's so bad that they have to disable one 750M just to get a playable experience. That would effectively ruin the whole value of this notebook.
(4) This may sound like a ridiculous question but... how big is this notebook? Like is it too big for portability? The last three notebooks I've had have been 17.3", so I don't really know much about the portability factor of a 15.6" notebook.
Thanks in advance!
Anybody know if the y510p has a 42mm m.2 slot since it does not have a msata slot? My y510p doesnt even seem to have the 42mm m.2 slot.
Yes, it has, the pictures of it are here http://forum.notebookreview.com/idea...-y510p-35.html .
By the way, I still can't understand why did lenovo decide to put that NGFF connector in this laptop. From the screenshots it looks like mSata size fits just perfectly there, the only problem is with connector. I wanted to buy this laptop and pu256 gb mSata ssd into it, but now, knowing that I'll be left without ssd (well, 24gb ssd doesn't count, and it's impossible to find even 128 gb ssd of this form-factor), I wonder which laptop to buy...
Hey guys I don't have time to read this, but is anyone else with a y510p experiencing issues? I can't seem to keep a stable 60fps, it may be microstuttering. I've tried a lot.