M4800 Owner's Thread

Discussion in 'Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision' started by changt34x, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. Reciever

    Reciever D! For Dragon!

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    Got my 4980hq for 120 via superbuy which is a middle man for taobao.

    Could be that supply is low at the moment.
     
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    John Carlson Notebook Consultant

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    Wow! superbuy looks like a great website. Can you give us your seller's link?
    I see that some guys on superbuy are selling 4980HQ for $70 USD.

    https://www.superbuy.com/en/page/buy?url=http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=601625633786&nTag=Agent-product-taobao

    500 CNY is only $70 USD.

    I'm curious if this will work on M4800. If it works, then I think I'll forget about 4940MX.
     
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    It's worth noting that with this cpu because of how it's packaged you lose DP function. I think this is what prevented my 4980hq from posting in my ranger but I can't be sure.

    I'm guessing it's because I am using eDP though that shouldn't matter as it disables IGP. I don't know, but in my t440p it works just fine,without mDP function. I still have vga if I need it but so far I have never used it lol
     
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    4980HQ worked in M6800... I think it could work in M4800 too.
     
  5. unnoticed

    unnoticed Notebook Guru

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    isnt that the LGA listing, because the PGA listing is taken down?
    It says 1150 in the title which refers to the LGA model of this cpu mod
    http://hw-museum.cz/cpu/398/intel-core-i7-4980hq--lga-1150-mod-
     
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    I'm not sure... so do I have to buy a PGA model if I want to use it in M6800 or M4800?
     
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    Yeah you need to find the rPGA package.
     
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    Anyone know the difference between W7R2C or THP1N motherboards?
    They both are LVDS spec and I currently have the W7R2C
     
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    Jaimegu Newbie

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    Hi, I just joined the M4800 bandwagon and I'm facing some issues from the get go.
    i7-4810MQ, 16GB, FHD, 256 GB mSATA, K2100M, BIOS running A25

    After fighting to get the OEM license I ended up buying a Win10 pro retail license

    The current issue is that the system doesn't recognize the Nvidia graphics card, not even in the BIOS It's there, I reseated it and applied thermal paste before closing the laptop: The device manager doesn't show a second adapter (nor other unknown device), The Nvidia driver installation fails at "compatible graphics HW not found".
    Do you have any ideas? Any software to detect or test this board?
     
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