@Danishblunt Pascal prices might drop as even if RTX won't have their place in the MXM world, soldered-to-the-board RTX equiped laptops might make MXM slot equiped laptops and their spare parts drop in price. Makes sense somehow? You're speaking about the HM series, but as the P5 is my sole and only Clevo computer, and as wiring issues was never talked about in the threads I searched through, I'm not too sure about what you mean. Mine's a P570WM. For the whole buying a gaming laptop thing, we talked about it earlier. I'm not really in for gaming, but 3D render. Thermals and storage are more important to me than portability, battery, or RGB lightshow, and I'm not willing to trade any of the first two for even the 3 lasts together. A 4960X 6cores 12threads @4.4 with no thermal throttling, that's not an easy score to beat. 32GB of ram, I surelly didn't aimed that quantity just to run a video game, and fill the rest with chrome tabs. After Effect, Adobe Media Encoder, Cinema 4D, they love their ram. 1SSD + 2SSHD, that's not an easy storage solution to beat, and I need that for ingest and source files. And I still haven't sold it because I didn't yet found any alternative with the same potential at the price I would be able to dump this bricked brick. Tell me, how much would you be willing to pay for a working Panther 5 i7 4960X, 32GB of ram with one ATI 8970M? @Meaker@Sager which is not easy to find, as well at there is not many people selling those cards, so need to have double luck. @deo974 You bought it last year, I bought mine 4 years ago. I didn't knew them at the time, and I was in a rush for a job when I ordered my computer. I needed particular components at the time, aka the best OpenCL render capabilities. Resellers at that time didn't offered much in high end red-side. AMD was only present on budget solutions, so resellers weren't an option for an highend mobile crossfire workstation. For taxes, sure, sometimes you get refunded cause it's less expensive in Reunion than France. I imported it tax free from canada to Reunion, paid Reunion taxes. All Good. My issue is when custom house is making me pay taxes on a free remplacement of a component. That's the scam. Surelly we lived on the same island, but you never had an issue with your computer. I had many, with everything. Consider yourself lucky. Also, outside of their own website, today the 2nd to 9th results on my google search of "pc anywhere clevo" are forum posts about how they failed to provide accurate compatibility spreadsheets, and how some peeps are stuck with faulty laptops that they have issues getting refunded for. I was in a rush, and as Reunion always lags a bit behind, I don't know how it is today that I'm not there anymore, but at the time, I had very few options. And sadly, Eurocom seemed to be the less sketchy at the time.