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So I just bought a thinkpad, my first one. Apparently it is not as powerful as I thought it would be and also I didn't get as good of a deal as I thought I was.
>second gen i7
>500 gb hdd
Could someone post the /g/ guide?
Also where is a good place to order parts?
Should I replace factory hdd with a ssd, or just add a caddy with one. I have so many questions.
Don't forget to keep your thinkpad warm with loli pantsu!
>tfw no 701ds
why did /g/ never aware me of this hilariously awesome machine?
>I want my first "own" computer instead of using the shitty family Gateway tower
>scrounge up $100
>look on eBay
>find a promising entry, 366mhz Pentium 2, 13GB HD, 128MB RAM, will boot to BIOS but seller has no idea what's wrong with it, no pictures, seller has good feedback
>buy it since the other laptops in that time and price range were 233mhz, 64MB RAM, etc.
>it's a Thinkpad 770Z in terrific physical condition
>the problem with it was just that the HD was formatted and empty, installing Windows 98 was a breeze
>it worked great for a while, absolutely beautifully as a simple web browsing/SNES emulator/Half Life/Age of Empires 2 machine
>look into upgrading
>get an old 256MB stick of RAM for 10 bucks, it drops right in and system boots right up with 320MB
>Oh, look, these things can take a CPU upgrade too
>buy an MMX Pentium 3 600mhz online for like another 10 bucks
>get more and more nervous as I realize how many layers I have to delve into this machine to get to the CPU socket, it's nowhere near as simple as the RAM
>suddenly screws start getting stripped instead of coming out cleanly
>use too much force, feel a creak inside the case, get more nervous
>keyboard cable won't go back in
>finally get computer back in one piece
>press power button
>nothing, no BIOS, no lights, no beeps, he's dead Jim
>throw the computer in the trash
How bad did I fuck up? All I can say to defend myself is it was a 1024x768 machine and not one of the 1280x1024 units.
I also remember that it was absurdly heavy. Like, it wasn't even a physically *large* machine, but the damn thing was so heavy and dense I had a hard time putting it in it's carrying case with one hand. When I disassembled it, I never was able to find the cinderblock or hunk of lead that IBM hid in there...
Anyone else have something like that slip through their fingers when they were too young or careless to realize it?
It was an over the top machine to be dreamed about in its day. With over the top everything and a 5 figure price tag to match. A shame it died, probably one of the last full on ThinkPad experiments along the lines of the X300 and 8748.
idk mine looks perfectly fine
(btw the "textured" finish on the touchpads is just a sticker and you can remove it ezpz for a smooth and glossy finish like mine)
Im considering getting a Thinkpad Yoga, what is your opinion on this laptop? Also, im going to be mainly using it for school (electrical engineering). and maybe to play a few games (KF, CSS, minecraft).
Damn it. Stop voiding my complaints so I don't spend money on a new laptop.
Speaking of which - what model is that? If I do end up making a purchase, I really hate the idea of having the fingerprint reader and it doesn't look like you have one on it
it's not that great and the OEM pen sucks when it comes to pressure sensitivity
Hey, you could get one, maybe under $1.7K
I got my W700ds waiting patiently for two years since I've gotten my first ThinkPad, an X61T.
Yeah, its rediculous and someone thought I was a hacker when I had it out in public.
Yeah... the 770X I have is heavier then an A31p, and that thing has two ultrabays too.
I gotta find its weight, a G41 might be heavier but I don't have one to find that out.
>plastic body, plastic lid
>ULV AMD CPU
How is this appealing again? Just get an X201 or X220. You might even be able to find an X230 for $400 if you're lucky. All of these will have much better performance and longer battery life than that piece of shit.
More portable, it's lighter, smaller and thinner
Better battery life
Better screen resolution, aspect ratio and color quality
Arguably better pen digitizer, WinTab drivers are released as well
Much better build quality, they gladly dropped it on stage when demonstrating in the Microsoft keynote, lenovo isn't even this confident in their product's durability.
X201 is 1280x800 resolution while X220 is 1366x768, which means the X220 is really skinny in portrait mode. Also the X201 can take up to an 8-cell battery while the biggest for the X220 is 6-cell.
I think the X201 uses low-voltage CPU's though.
I haven't purchased a second pen yet, but reading through reviews there seems to be good aftermarket ones, yes.
> Years ago have 8.9" eeePC 900 with 1.6GHz Atom, 1GB of RAM, GMA 900
> Best portable machine I have ever owned
> Tiny as fuck at 8.9", but still has a screen big enough to browse the web and type fairly comfortably
> Fucking 9 hour battery life if I underclock
> Runs Windows FLP like a champ
I never thought I would find another machine that would make me as happy as that one did until the day I stumbled upon an X60s in a pawnshop complete with ultrabase for $90 a couple years ago
> Max out the RAM at 3GB
> Throw in cheap 60GB SSD
> Replace dying battery with $30 ching chong replacement from Amazon
Now I have a 12" 4:3 ultraportable that will get 4 hours of battery life with wifi on, is extremely light, and the 1.6GHz Core Duo is fast enough to browse the web, do productivity shit, watch 720p video, and play the occasional game of Quake III.
The only downsides are the screen, 1024x768 is pretty weak, but the only websites that I have had h-scroll issues on have been shitty webforums. I wish it was brighter, though. Even at max it's still pretty dim.
I still need to flash my bios so I can remove the whitelist and replace my wifi card though, the stock one runs stupid hot for some reason.
Also I wish I could have found one with a 3G antenna, but for the price I paid it was certainly worth what I got.
Is it possible to purchase the 3G antenna and card and install it myself?
The part with the trackpad and fingerprint reader can be swapped out. You can get a replacement piece without the fingerprint reader if you want. My T60p doesn't have a fingerprint reader but it's possible for the T60p to have a fingerprint reader. My T420 does have a fingerprint reader.
I've heard good things about either Xubuntu or Lubuntu having digitizer support out of the box.
My personal favorite distro is CrunchBang, but I'm not sure how it does with drivers. My hardware is pretty normal.
Why do people talk about "out of the box" support like it actually matters? Are there really people out there that are too lazy to spend 10 seconds editing a config file?
On gentoo all I needed to do to get the digitizer working was install xf86-input-wacom and add the devices to my xorg.conf
I've honestly never manually installed any drivers aside from the GPU driver. If I didn't get great out of the box support I would probably have a really bad time. That's one of the reasons I haven't moved to something like Arch yet.
What kind of battery life would I be able to get with a X201 and 4 9 cell batteries?
I need to be able to turn it on once a day, put files from my camera onto my laptop and back up hard drive then turn it off. I will be away from mains for about a month (camping and boating)
Its not a matter of being able to take more photos.
I need to able to do daily back ups of the cards incase they fail. I am a working lifestyle photographer I do a lot of travel stuff.
Losing images for me is = losing money
What's the difference between saving what's on the SD card right now and sticking it in a bag for two weeks and then getting the stuff off of it?
Not like it decays over time... But repeated use of the same SD card WILL wear it down.
get a camera body with dual card slots.
it's not like a hd is any more reliable.
laptop with 4 batteries might work, but it's not a good idea to rely on it (especially with booting times)
My Nikon d800e has this but I am traveling with my fuji XT1 so I will not have that for this trip its why I am looking at laptops.
I might just get a HP Chromebook 11 plus 2 22400mAh battery packs.
The battery is rated at 2600Mah for 5 hours of real use so 2 packs would give it loads of life.
My brother and I both had a 900. I probably used it around the same time as you. They were cool, and I have fond memories just like you. You were going around touting my model number. At first I felt closer to you, but then you listed incorrect specs. The T420 and T420s aren't the same laptop. The 900 and 900A are quite different as well. I'm not being autistic.
Sorry, but I don't into cars. Technology analogies should be related to technology if possible. And, no. It's more like you had an improved version. The most simple model number is clearly the original. It's like you had the 900 v2 but they didn't know they'd end up making it so they didn't call the 900 v1. That's why you had the 900A not the 900B.
I believe so, I am not sure if you need a different LCD for it, I think one of the pieces can come off and the antenna can be inserted.
I've gotten some good deal on units missing ram, the sellers describe that it doesn't turn on and beep.
I helped a fellow seller advertise his A31p as the UXGA model by adding the type number and me giving him the specs of it, he sold it for $120
Hmmm no, because the T420s has a different chassis than the T420, some parts are not interchangable. It would make sense if you were comparing a T61 and T61p.
The T420 and S model differences would be along the lines of the Cadillac CTS-V coupe and Wagon versions.
T420 being the Wagon and the T420s being the coupe, though engine, most of the interior, engine and other components are interchangable, but the whole wagon part sets it much different.
Is 150$ USD a good deal for an x201 with battery, charger and a fresh Windows 7 install?
I need a laptop thats good for traveling while doing school stuff, web browsing, chinese cartoons, and the some light/old games. Will it suffice?
Also can it run something like Livestream Procaster?
So earlier today I took a shower, and just as I came out, I typed out a Skype message on my X220 while I was still dripping wet. After all, the keyboard is spill-proof, right?
Just over an hour ago I noticed my fingerprint reader stopped working - I couldn't log in to Windows using it. Instead, the yellow LED comes on for about 10 seconds, then the orange LED flashes indicating a 'login failure'. This keeps happening on its own, I didn't have my hands anywhere near the fingerprint reader, but it still kept doing that, as if there was some invisible finger swiping it. The reader itself also feels warm for some reason.
It was still working fine about 4 hours after I typed that Skype message.
What do? I've disabled the reader in Device Manager, just to prevent further damage to it (since it was getting warm, I'm hoping it's not some kind of water damage).
I still have about 150 days of warranty left on this machine.
Keyboard and palmrest are CRUs - call Lenovo, just tell them that your keyboard intermittently doesn't work and fingerprint reader stopped working, and you'd like to replace them.
You can also use the same excuse for worn out/shiny keycaps.
Fug yeah it is, $150 is a steal.
I got mine for $200 with a 9-cell though, shit's so cash.
Hmmm, my left CTRL key is missing (that bitch got loose and came out in the middle of fucking nowhere, never saw it ever again), and the little plastic things under the spacebar are broken.
Are you saying I can get these replaced for free just by calling Lenovo? How can I find this contact info and what happens then?
Would it be more viable to go to an authorised service center?
Call your nearest Lenovo service center, all you need is to tell them your product type and serial number.
You can either ask to have a CRU shipped to you (keyboard is definitely a CRU) or schedule to bring it into the shop for them to install it.
Hmm, I think I'll just go over to a service center and have them replace the things for me. Hopefully they'll have it done as quickly as I can do it.
I wonder if the hard drive cover is a CRU - cause mine has a broken plastic tab on it.
Forgot to state what I found in the link: "Note: If your system is covered under warranty, we recommend you contact your local technical support center for additional assistance."
HDD cover is a CRU too, since you can take it off to remove the HDD (also a CRU)
Yep, you call your service center, they confirm your details, and send you the parts/schedule a drop-off.
>have an x200 tablet
>thinking of getting a more powerful ThinkPad since I'll be using it as my main computer when I live abroad
>will still keep my x200 because it's very portable and has a tablet function
I'm deciding among the x220, t420, and t520.
Got my X220 Tablet back from being fixed under warranty (replaced the display and the top keyboard bezel because of the broken tab things), and this shit reeks of cigarette smoke.
Going to leave it in a box of baking soda over night as well. Might take the keyboard off with the fan and candle going as well.
I bought a bios locked t400 for $60 last week and this afternoon I sold it for $60. Before I sold I took the dvd writer and replace it with a dvd romantic and took the newer keyboard and replace d it with older more used one. I should have taken out extra ram.. oh well. Did I do good /g?
>and this shit reeks of cigarette smoke.
mfw next pic the thinkpad itself is on fire
X200t reporting in.
Looking for a distro to install. Can't play WoW on this laptop anyways since the SSD is 64gb and the install size is 30gb..
So fuck it. Its all work and school anyways.
I was interested in Ubuntu Mate, but that shit is in alpha.
So Ubuntu, Mint, Elementary or what?
Does anyone know a good Linux distro to put on my X61t?
Lately it's been slow as balls and I want to ditch Windows in favour of another OS. I'm afraid to lose support of the proper function of the tablet digitizer and the fingerprint reader though.
Hey /g/uys, X60T owner here.
I want to sell my x60T and get a normal x60/x61 notebook. Will there be any significant hardware changes between tablet and notebook? I'm sick of the tablet features.
tfw still trying to sell my x230t on ebay
tfw one watcher
lmao do you live in Turkey? or did you get them shipped over, I personally dislike topkek btw, there are much better alternatives.
For the computer, look into #!, nobody likes to talk about it, but half of us secretly run it, so if you hate freedom install CrunchBang, it's good for customization. But if you like freedom, install Gentoo.
>own business with aging laptops that you spent millions on total
>only can get 100-150 USD back per laptop
>being the great businessman you are, you come up with a scheme to convince NEET virgins to use their mother's credit card to buy your business laptops at 400-500 each, what a bargain compared to their original price!
and thus thinkpad general was born
You might of had some moisture from your palm that clocked up the reader, so the water must be shorting it out...
I'd remove the palmrest and let it dry out, there may be some dirt or grime that mixed with the moisture that is interfering with the connection which is making the fingerprint reader unsucessful.
Clean it with a Q-tip of rubbing alcohol, let it dry and it should be fine.
Do you have it as an auction or as a buy it now?
Auction will sell better, seriously, I had two W500's and no one wanted to buy them at $180, but I let one go to auction and it sold for $240 the next week.
I'd recommend it as an auction, I will be selling pic related soon.
I hope to sell them for $220 each.
buy it now for $850 or best offer
I would put it as an auction but I don't want to wake up and see it only sold for $500 or something, and putting a reserve is always a big repellent for potential buyers
Checking the sold listings on eBay, there are a few that sold for $500, but others have been going $700 and up, a few up to $1200.
How do you have it listed?
>Lenova X230 Thibkpad
>Lenovo X230T/ Tablet ThinkPad i7, SSD, Windows, LOADED
eBay and Paypal will take 15% of your profits I think, plus the shipping price. Do not offer global shipping, the buyer may say some BS about not wanting to pay the GSP price, fuck them, because you'll have to deal with that shit for a week, then ask for a cancellation from eBay, risking a bad rating, AND have to deal with the 10% ebay will take for what its sold for and then refund you at a later date...
Chicklet keyboards are objectively shit, and it's fucking stupid that everyone is putting them in their laptops now.
How hard is it to make a solid, dependable, business-class laptop with the old Thinkpad build quality?
Lenovo can suck a bag of dicks.
I think I am overexaggerating but it feels that it is that much.
5% from paypal, 10% from ebay I think as a new seller.
I sold a T4x screen for $20 with free shipping and it cost me about $15 to ship it lol
here, just look at the listing for yourself
I'm fully aware of how much eBay takes. I never ship internationally after having a scare when sending an iPhone to Russia (it got held up in customs and the buyer made a claim which resulted in the money being automatically refunded to him)
I think eBay takes around 12% these days. Paypal takes a couple percent
Hmmmmm, maybe it would help that you can post photos of the unit on with the what it shows on the BIOS.
Maybe an OS on there, Linux won't hurt, and maybe a photo of it with a nice background screen saver so that the display looks flawless, also note that the nick in the corner is not noticable under normal use.
Just say it has light wear and tear, no need to go into the details (edge on corner, keyboard shine) or tell them to look in the photos.
You gotta make the thing look badass!
Maybe people are turning away from it because it isn't "ready" with out an OS.
I install Windows 7 on all my machines, put photoshop, office 2010, mph-hc, Honeyview, cd ripper, plus other crap to make it look good.
I've only had one upset customer because I listed the wrong size on the HDD, refunded them a bit for a SSD, didn't get any feedback so thats a plus..
As far as shipping goes, I dunno how you will ship it but it might not fit in the flatrate box that goes for $14, but the one the gameboard box that goes for $18, that and you'll have to factor the cost of bubblewrap and peanuts.
I'm thinking I'll send the listing to auction and add a reserve, even though when I personally see a reserve I don't even bother. A BIOS pic is a good idea and I'll add that. installing Windows 7 would be a good idea too but that's just soooo much work and I'm sooo lazy. I'll see about taking out the explicit details about the wear because it does make it sound in worse condition than it is. I'm fairly confident it'll fit in the flat-rate box.
go for it, if you had bought it, I wouldn't put the starting price at 99 cents, screw that, too much of a risky gamble.
the reserve price is bad, yeah, but maybe list your price near the reserve u want.
Another thing is that I queue some of my auctions, I don't want one to end at 2AM, I want it to end around 5PM PST, I don't know when eBay users are most frequent but less people are least likely to stay up for an auction sometimes, or get up early.
I had a nice 15.4" Ti-Lid Z60m that sold as a buy it now for $140, I only put $50 into it (30 for laptop, battery and hdd from other parts laptops) and I expected it to sell for $70 but no, someone bought it outright with the buy it now option. The lid was very nice, hadn't flaked badly.
>How bad did I fuck up? All I can say to defend myself is it was a 1024x768 machine and not one of the 1280x1024 units.
RAM was badly seated, or some cable disconnected
You totally dun goofed
I have an X200s myself, but I always wondered why Panasonic Toughbooks aren't ever used by /g/. They're basically indestructible and have lower failure rates than Thinkpads. I guess the two issues are size and cost?
I have an X200s myself.
>12.1" 16:10 screen
>Carbon Fiber Top
>Less than 3.26 pounds
>6 cell battery
>Linux OS runs beautifully
>6-10 hours of use depending on what I'm doing
>Under $200 a year ago
What more could a person want?
Yeah... they are pricey, I am not sure how quiet they are either.
Though they would make a great laptop for outdoor and rugged use, /g/ doens't do anything extreme other then fapping to traps.
I saw a Toughbook CF-74 for about $60 on eBay, I wasn't sure if it came with an HDD caddy or cord, spec-wise it was close to a T60 but it had a 13" XGA screen and 1GB ram.
I will get one eventually...
Yeah, I saw one for $75 also, but didn't include hard drive and hard drive caddy. I mean, these come with like 512MB-1GB ram, which can be upgrade, but the issue and bottleneck is the CPU; these Pentium Ms won't cut it.
The one I was looking at had are Core 2 Duo T2500.
I have a T60p with that, but the Toughbook has integrated graphics it seems, which I would not dare watching videos with.
So I am not sure still, if anything I'd use a X61, plus I am not sure how well those trackpads are.
Here is the one I was talking about
W510 and above have some throttling issues that rival Precision and Elitebooks don't have
There was an anon who had a W520 or W530 which slid from their car's hood but didn't seem to be damaged that badly.
They are also kinda heavy, but it might not matter if you want MUH GAEMS.
W701 was a desktop replacement, I don't think it is worth it for gaming... But the digitizer on the touchpad is cool.
Excluding second hand thinkpads, really don't want to gamble on condition and don't want old components, I'm considering an e545 with ssd for class use. What's /g/'s thoughts? How about some constructive pros / cons?
because they look fucking stupid and tryhard
are they really tht horrible? for like 650 I can do tht 8gb and 250ssd. i know hinge quality and material is crap compared to a few years ago, but comparatively speaking it looks way tougher than most the asus acer etc line. whats so fucked about edge?
its the same shit quality as all the rest of the consumer laptops youd find at bestbuy. but hey, if youre going down that path then theres a toshiba laptop on their site for $670. i7,1080p screen, 8gb ram.
I own a ThinkPad W520 and it's good for what I need for my side work which is video editing on the go. I have to say, this might be the last W series where Lenovo didn't do anything that ruin the laptop that much. The last I heard, the W540 have tons of issue right now.
thts pretty good, but i guess if its a 2010-11 you wouldn't really expect any warranty-pulling defects before then anyhow. what do u recommend as last possible line for best quality/specs t420?
just got this t440. first new computer since 2007. bring the hate faggets.
you can only redeem yourself with one of these
Depth of T430: 9"
Depth of MBP15: 9.75"
I don't have the extended battery yet, so the above measurement is with the standard. Will it stick out below 0.75"?
The T430 is also a bit thicker..
>absolute tits for comic reading
>okay for drawing
>going to last me a long long time
I'm trying to figure out which upgrades I should make to it. Definitely going to add the backlit keyboard, and a 256gb 840 pro
maybe a slice battery too?
what else should i get
The Sandy Bridge ThinkPads are so fucking cheap now. I'm going to buy, like, three of them. I bought mine new back when they first came out and after looking them up on eBay, the prices have me feeling like a retard in a candy store.
Seriously, dat fucking i7 for like sub-300, dat build quality, dat battery life, aghghghgh
Does anyone know where I can get a 1tb 7mm thick laptop hard drive, or remember how to install a thicker one in an X230? Yes I have a backup drive, but I get tired of shuffling movies around.
Guys, how are the TN panels on the x220? I have one with IPS but I want a cheapo from eBay. My IPS has that white spot issue and I don't want to get another one which is going to have it down the road
>(btw the "textured" finish on the touchpads is just a sticker and you can remove it ezpz for a smooth and glossy finish like mine)
wat? the little raised dots? mine feel like plastic and not a sticker...
and then in real life, that "10 seconds" is 20 minutes and it adds up because each new issue which is unsupported by default is just one more can of worms
some people like to use their computer rather than wrestling with it, autist
>seriously responding to a gentoo user
Just use some type of object to start removing it from the edge. Here's an image of it. I've done it on one of my Thinkpads.
Sandy Bridge models... Obviously...
(not really, it was pretty simple, you can't fuck it up)
If you have the balls to try
There's a few metal tabs which cockblock 9.5mm bays. These can be cut You may also have to mount it without the rubber rails.
It's been done, but it's risky as fuck and may also affect how the structure fares in a fall.
I have a x200s and am dualbooting xubuntu and Windows 8.
Whenever I boot into Windows 8 the laptop makes a loud beep. It also beeps when I plug the power supply to charge the battery. How do I disable the beep?
I've been using my Lenovo Ideapad y480 for nearly two years now and I thought this thing was going to deliver a good amount of horse power when it came to video editing and light video gaming.
nooooo, you need to by the enhanced version of this laptop which is $800 more.
Don't get me wrong, Lenovo makes quality laptops, you just need to read the fine print on everything they produce.
>no shine on them keys
Oh and there is a 701C with an AMD-X5 CPU as a motherboard upgrade made in 1997.
It sports a 125MHz processor, a big upgrade from the 45MHz DX4
That flippy touchpad
What I did was put the tip of my knife under the corner to peel up. Despite this, I recommend NOT using something like a knife. I made a very very tiny blemish, but I will NEVER forget that I did it. If you've got long fingernails, that should work.
the differences between the tablet and s version are as follows:
three extra resistors on the motherboard,
two fewer connectors
one fewer lid sensor
no swivel hinge
You can even swap the mobos if you make the resistor/connector changes.
The full-on X is the same as the s with a normal-voltage CPU and larger heatsink. And a different BIOS for the full-voltage processor.
Nope, there is a Turkish store though nearby that used to sell them. The fruitkeks are much tastier than the chocokeks. I wonder what the better alternative is, since Turkish candy isles make me wonder why Turks haven't gone extinct due to diabetes yet.
I tried to install gentoo on it, but I couldn't get wifi to work at all. Considering going with Xubuntu this time.
I have an x61t and crunchbang on it has pen support right out of the box. Getting the screen rotate button to work takes alittle configuring. I haven't tried to get the fingerprint reader working though. Also the wifi needs a driver to but thats about it.
Has the goo from under your screen started leaking yet? Shit is the worst...
So I went to Lelnovo service center today to get my keyboard replaced.
I had to pay $50 "diagnostic" fee + $75 "labour" fee + cost of the keyboard itself.
f@#$ that shit, I took my X220 back and marched right out of there.
And I thought I was being jewed by Asus when they offered to replace my USB3 ports for $100... Asus makes Lenovo look like a bunch of jews by comparison.
X200, X220, X301, T400s all without ram and hdd, X200 T400s missing ram cover, X220 missing keyboard.
All for 240. Should I? I could strip the T400s keyboard and use it in the X220 and probably resell it for more. I'm more interested in the X301. And after some research some dudes on nbr managed to overclock it from 1.4ghz to 2.13 which made me wanna own it more.
Sounds good enough, I might give Crunchbang a shot. What driver does the Wifi need anyway? And how is the battery life?
And so far there hasn't been any goo, but the edges at of the casing are starting to get a bit battered. And I lost that damn locking pin.
>start to work in IT for microsoft.
>the warehouse is full of broken shit.
>rebuild some w350, x220, t420-30
>they assign me a x201 tablet with a line of dead pixels to fuck with
> i7 2.0g , 8gb of ram
>have a shitty pavilion dv6xx in my home
>take some processors and some ram to my home
>from 1.7ghz to 2.5 and from 1gb to 3 of ram (im using xp in that laptop)
>despite being a 6 years old laptop with some rusted conectors it could notice an improvement.
>remember this threads.
>post here for the first time.
sometimes irepair som good looking ones as the x1 or the helix i just installed.
im not into laptops, but they look stron.
i've been using a t520 for a while now and recently started working as a developer.
I've been thinking about upgrading the cpu from the i3 dual core to the i7 quad core along with an SSD and more ram.
Worth it? I don't know which heat sink to purchase though...
I'm gonna build it one peice at time and it won't cost me a dime.You'll know it's me when I come through your town
I'm gonna ride around in style
I'm gonna drive everybody wild
'Cause I'll have the only one there is a round.
You're fucking johnny cash m8.