CLEVO CHASSIS DIFFERENCES

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  1. llpll

    llpll Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey guys I'm interested in the clevo chassis with the amd ryzen 9 3900.

    The site I'm considering buying from is https://laptopparts4less.frl.

    It is offering the NH55AFW and NH57AF1 with the exact specs, but with the NH57AF1 having a metallic lid and 100eur higher price; is this the only difference? (if it is, is it worth the 100eur?)

    The catch:
    Does anyone know the differences between the NH55AFW and NH57AF1?

    Thank you all in advance
     
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    I would confirm with the shop just in case as things like display can be up to the shop but usually the last digit is just a cosmetic and finish material thing and that's it.
     
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    Yeah, I thought so my self, I already emailed Frits just to be sure and I'm waiting for his response. But it's good to know from others as well. Don't know though if the metal lid dispenses the heat more than the plastic one, despite the cosmetic factor.
    Thank you for your interest @Meaker@Sager! I appreciate it.
     
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    It's a cosmetic and tactile thing.
     
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    Confirmed with the shop as well. Only the metal lid.
     
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    Personally I like the finishing touch :)
     
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    Well me too, but i prefered to spend the same amount of money adding an ssd 1tb from the shop, since i also didn't want to open up the beast and mess with the warranty. Also still the NH57AF1 is still not available to buy.
     
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    Upgrading an SSD should not impact your warranty.
     
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    Yes I believe that my self but in order to change/add your ssd, on this specific model you have to open the whole case underneath. This doesn't affect your warranty? I already asked by email about this but did not get a clear answer if it does interfere with the warranty. The exact answer was this: "You can add components yourself, but you do it at your own risk. We do not recommend it.". So I guess that you do affect your warranty.
     
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    If you break it while doing the swap you are not covered, no. That's what they are getting at.
     
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