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Original post by: Jason F ,


I’ve owned one of these for a month or so now, and I’ve found that the trick is managing performance vs heat.  If you just max all of your graphics settings and have it plugged in, it will get hot and loud just like a desktop graphics card would.  Note that the nvidia controls by default have Plugged in and Battery settings.

In my opinion, this is a great computer with a bit too much power that you have to know how to manage. (I like that)

You don’t need to drill holes in it :)