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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    They do not need to be torqued really so just dremel a flat head slot into it.
     
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    I’m pretty sure the screws I have are the same as yours. The Parts People list these as M2.5x2.5 but they are definitely narrower than the other M2.5 screws that the entire machine is built with so they have to be M2.
    The only problem is I’m in Australia so the postage cost and time probably isn’t worth a few free screws.
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    EDIT: Postage should be about $3.50AUD but would take a few weeks.

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  3. zdroj

    zdroj Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks for the advice @Meaker. I thought of doing that before I misplaced the one of them that was close to being stripped. I originally had SLI 780Ms, but since I'm not a gamer I removed one of the cards...and misplaced its screws. The 780M I was using died recently, so I replaced it with the one I took out previously...but had misplaced the screws. I eventually decided to check out what it would cost to upgrade to a 980M, and found some on ebay that were going for around $260 (I also found a kit of 2 with some extras for ~$1800 offered by a well-known seller of custom Clevos, but we won't go there!), so I picked one up, used some Hydronaut on the die and some Fujipoly pads on the VRMs, etc., and it's working great...so considering getting another...but I need the screws...
     
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    zdroj Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks for the offer, Mate! Probably going to get them from the second link in one of my previous posts. @Mr. Fox had already directed me there when I reached out to him via PM, but my initial searches turned up so many options for M2x2 screws that I purchased the wrong ones, and needed some reassurances from the community to make sure I get it right this time.
     
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    Sakuta Notebook Enthusiast

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    https://twitter.com/BufferMod/status/1225818545499467776


    Eurocom sent the old version BIOS to me and let me pay for $89 USD,that called bios update?I check the md5 code of it ,compare with the bios which I get in 2014,it's the same one!I request bios update to make my notebook support PCIE Gen3,they get money but don't do anything!

    see what are your guys doing plz,if your guys can not do it,refund or ask RD/BIOS engineer of clevo for help,test it before you sent it to me!that will leave a lots of bad impression to your customer!@EurocomTech

    All X79 chipset desktop motherboard with 22 nm ivy bridge CPU can support PCIE Gen3, so why the notebook which base on X79 chipset with Xeon E5 2696 v2 can't?

    @Eurocom Support



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  6. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    They never guaranteed that it would enable gen3, could be an odd artifact of the 1060 vbios.
     
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