P150EM upgrade GPU to GTX 1060

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Never cut and solder PSU cables, you can open the brick and desoldering/swap cables from the PCB, FAR safer.
     
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    Yeah was thinking about this too but my cable is already eaten a little, i'll probably get a cable too but is dificult to find it in ebay WTH :/
     
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    Yes and the ones you do find tend to be too thin. A dead brick is great to harvest from.
     
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    By the way anyone knows a good LDC panel that is compatible with the 10XX cards? i've checked my mobo (P151EM) and it has the Display Port socket in it.
     
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    http://www.panelook.com/sizmodlist....ion=120&signal_type_category=70&st=E10&by=asc

    Make sure the monitor sports the exact same pin size and Form Style as supported monitors of your laptop and you are good to go and if you buy on eBay be sure to inquire the seller of the monitor he sells is really that exact model he listed, very often these leeches will ship a different monitor.
     
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    http://www.panelook.com/sizmodlist....ion=120&signal_type_category=70&st=E10&by=asc

    Make sure the monitor sports the exact same pin size and Form Style as supported monitors of your laptop and you are good to go and if you buy on eBay be sure to inquire the seller of the monitor he sells is really that exact model he listed, very often these leeches will ship a different monitor.[/QUOTE]

    thans man huge help here :D

    I'm thinking about doind the same as i did with mine p375sm if everything goes right with pics and stuff
     
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    o yeah do you guys know any place to buy a better heatsink for the p150? i was testing it out with a 980m and man 88ºC (190,4ºF) just running 1080p furmark benchmark, i even did a copper shim... should i go down on the 980m core voltage?
     
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    Is your heatsink all one piece or does the VRM part separate?
     
  9. SMGJohn

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    Just keep in mind the 980M is a 122W GPU
    88 degrees in furmark sounds pretty normal for it, I assume you have the AMD heatsink for the P150, I heard the P150SM heatsink is better than the EM, less warping
     
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    You have different fin designs, the best are the all in one piece parts.
     
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