[!!!FOUND!!!] Lenovo ULTRABAY SLI graphic upgrades? IS THIS LEGIT?

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by dustin4vn, Sep 6, 2013.

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  1. dustin4vn

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    sangemaru Notebook Deity

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    Err.. cloudfire, mate, he's looking for the 750m card. The amazon one is a 650m, it'd just be a paperweight to him.
    Cards for the Y400 and Y500 series can still be found on lenovo's website. I assume they'll add the Y410 cards too at some point... but I wouldn't wait for it. If you find a card, you should buy it soon.
     
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    Ok, googled GN35 and thought it was a unique number for Y410.

    Sorry
     
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    It's not legit; it's a 650M. Also, it's overpriced, as you can get the same combo from Lenovo.com for $300, or $260 with the Barnes and Noble discount, and free shipping.
     
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    GN35 = 650M.

    Sorry mate. Lenovo said mid-to-late September for the cards anyways.
     
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