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The Saga Of The Lenovo M93P Tiny for 4K and light gaming

AshleyAshes

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The M93P I got has wifi on a mPCIE slot, but there's a big problem there: Lenovo uses a whitelist on that slot for only Lenovo authorized wifi NICs. It'll refuse to POST unless you bypass it. Had thatn when I dropped in an Intel AC adapter I had spare, so to upgrade it's Wifi I'll have to get an AC adapter from a legit Lenovo machine. :/ So adding an mPCIE ethernet adapter and maybe a bracket to one of the blank bulkhead outputs would have it's challenges.
 

AshleyAshes

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I imagine you didn't expect to see one get an i7 4750HQ stuffed into it. :p I admit that how much I've sunk in, I probs coulda gotten a newer chip with full hardware HEVC built in, but making 'The Most Powerful M93P Tiny In The World' has some novelty as a project. :p
 

stlouis1

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Interesting, I have like 4 of these tiny M93p systems kicking around the back room. Not even sure where they came from, but they've just been sitting there, 3 of them are i5 chips, the 4th had an i7 until I ripped it to put into an mitx board I needed a lower wattage chip for
 

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