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    Rog G74SX Hardware Specs

    Hi there,

    The motherboard in my G74SX - TZ163V laptop has died. I'm not looking to ressurect the laptop but do want to salavge some of the other hardware - RAM, CPU, GPU - and reuse them a desktop I want to build.

    The problem is that I cant find a list of what model the hardware is. I remember the CPU is an i7 but not what kind.

    Can anybody here help me with this? Or point out if it would be a problem to reuse this hardware.

    Thanks in advance.*

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Julskey's Avatar
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    I think you can not use most of the hardware from your laptop into a desktop setup. CPU and GPU are directly soldered to motherboard. RAM is of different construction.
    The most you can recycle is the HDD or SSD and maybe the WLAN card?

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array C4RN1 PC Specs
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    You're better off just getting a new motherboard and selling it after it's fixed.

    CPU - 2nd Gen Core i7 - FCPGA988 Socket (Mobile socket, will not fit desktop motherboard)
    GPU - GTX560M - Soldered to motherboard
    Ram - DDR 3 Laptop Ram - 204 pin laptop socket (will not fit desktop)

    HDD or SSD would be the only thing you could use in a new board, it's just not worth gutting the laptop for that.

    You can also sell on ebay as broken as is - for parts.

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