FS: AMD 7970m, GTX 780m, 980m Alienware Kit, i7 4930mx Intel Extreme, Nvidia

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  1. Spring1898

    Spring1898 Notebook Consultant

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    AMD 7970m, GTX 780m, 980m Alienware Kit, i7 4930mx Intel Extreme, Nvidia
    Condition: Used
    Warranty: None
    Reason for sale: Clearing out parts
    Payment: PayPal, Postal Money Order, Cash, Certified Check
    Item location: Erie, PA, United States
    Shipping: Local pickup, Postal service, UPS, FedEx
    International shipping: Yes, but contact me directly for details
    Handling time: Ships within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment
    Feedback: eBay Feedback Profile
    Specifications:
    Up for sale are a few pieces of computer hardware.
    Prices listed are for cash sales, All items cross listed on Ebay
    Any questions or offers send via PM to keep the listing clean

    SOLD - $375 - AMD Radeon HD 7970m Clevo / Sager.
    NOTE: This is a v1.2 Wimbledon card, which means it can be used on HM series Clevo notebooks.
    Used for some gaming and productivity in a Sager (Clevo) gaming notebook, never overclocked while in my possession and regreased with Arctic Silver 5 to keep things cool. (not pictured, still in computer)
    This is a Clevo card, and not a reflashed Dell or MSI card

    SOLD - $400 - Nvidia GTX 780m Dell Alienware (green PCB) Dell card, with a dell vbios (installed to confirm). It is also a green PCB version, which I was told supposedly has better overclocking capabilities via the "silicon lottery" or may just be higher binned. Since I have never used or tested this or any other 780m I cannot offer any confirmation, but I have heard that from 2 different sources.

    SOLD - $825 - HID Evolution GTX 980m Alienware install kit Alienware 17 and M17x R4 (may fit other models).
    New unused upgrade kit for the Dell computer Alienware 17 and M17x r4. This kit came from HID evolution.
    I purchased this kit to see if it would be possible to install the card in a dell precision M6800, but since the 980m requires heatsink modification, and extra M6800 Nvidia heatsinks are non-existent, I decided not to do the upgrade.

    4. $625 - Intel Core i7 Extreme 4930mx OEM (not QS or ES)
    Never used it; booted it up and verified it was working by plugging it in to my own system, which proved it was a 4930mx in the bios and OS

    https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-...vkw/w1505-h847-no/20150301_190531_resized.jpg
     
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  2. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    I removed a couple posts - BST rules
    4) No sale low-balling. If you think someone's price is too high or you want to make a lower offer, PM or e-mail them. There is nothing worse than if you are trying to sell something and someone says that price is too high. That scares off other prospective buyers. On our forums, a lowball is officially defined as an offer less than 75% of the asking price. Buyers offering less than 75% is perfectly fine, but please ask using the PM system.

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  3. aliensony

    aliensony Notebook Consultant

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    what is the difference in i7-3xxx extreme vs current gen extreme? im thinking negligble
     
  4. TomJGX

    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    3940XM and 4930MX use different sockets...
     
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    pathfindercod Notebook Virtuoso

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    4930MX is haswell and 3940xm is Ivy Bridge.. Different architecture..
     
  6. Spring1898

    Spring1898 Notebook Consultant

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    Bump to top, edited sold item
     
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    Spring1898 Notebook Consultant

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    Bump to top
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  8. ijozic

    ijozic Notebook Deity

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    I presume your M6800 had an AMD card, right? I.e. if it came with an Nvidia card, the heatsink would have presumably been compatible?
     
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    Spring1898 Notebook Consultant

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    Negative, the layout of the PCB is different on the 980m's vs previous kepler cards, you would still have to modify the heatsink. There are lots of threads on what is needed to modify Kepler heatsinks for Maxwell 980's and 970's
     
  10. ijozic

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    Thanks for letting me know as I was considering to replace my Kepler with one of the Maxwell's. I guess I have to check what's changed.

    Saw the threads on techinferno. It seems it's quite a minor mod - just one heatsink part needs to be shortened with a dremel.

    Did you perhaps see somewhere that anyone managed to upgrade their Precision (e.g. M6700 or M6800) to a Maxwell card? The modded heatsink cannot be unmodded if the new card doesn't work :)

    Sorry if cluttering the thread..
     
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