K4sum1 Posted April 4 Share Posted April 4 Price: $225 Condition: For Parts (Please read carefully, laptop works but has some issues) Warranty: None Reason for sale: I don't have the tools or will to fix it or even a use for it. Payment: Paypal Item location: Western Kentucky (DM for more precise location) Shipping: Included in price International shipping: No Handling time: 1-3 days Specification: This is a MSI GS60-2QE, it's not in the best condition, but it mostly works. Selling it AS IS because of the below issues. Issues: The biggest issue is that one RAM slot doesn't recognize any RAM. The laptop has 2x4GB in it, but only one stick is recognized. It still appears to boot and work though. The laptop refuses to charge the battery, it's only included the balance the weight of the laptop. Should probably be recycled or rebuilt. The trackpad can be funky at times, it can think a ghost finger is touching it making using it hard. It looked well used and glossy in the center. I tried sanding it to see if that would fix it, but I don't think it had any effect Some of the bottom screws are quite worn, they might need replacing before they become stripped. There are some more minor cosmetic issues like a few chips and scratches here and there. The F1 key is crooked, could likely be popped out and back in to fix, but I don't have the best luck getting keys back in so I haven't tried it. There are some odd white marks near the upper middle of the display, I think these are pressure marks from general use, but not entirely sure. The plastic front display frame is snapped around the bottom center right of the frame. I tried gluing it back together but just made it look worse. The bottom plate has some plastic pieces glued to it, but the glue has failed with time, the back plastic piece is detached from the bottom plate, as well as two of the corners on the front side, but these can likely be glued back onto the bottom plate. A couple of issues I forgot to mention making the post: The CMOS battery died, so I made a DIY one with the old connector, a CR2032, and tape. (I tried soldering the battery but my skills are terrible so it's just taped in) The keyboard is RGB, but either the green or blue channel (I can't remember) is a lot darker than the other channels. You just need to decrease the intensity of the other channels to get whatever color you want. Specs: Intel Core i7 4720HQ Nvidia GeForce GTX 970m 2x4GB DDR3 SODIMMs (Only one shows up due to the second memory slot being broken) No HDD/SSD 15.6in 1080p 60Hz display Intel Wireless 3168 Comes with charger More pictures in the below posts Precision M4800 - i7 4810MQ, 32GB RAM, Nvidia Quadro M2200 Thinkpad T430 - i7 3630QM, 16GB RAM, Intel HD 4000, 1080p display mod Main PC - AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, 64GB RAM, RTX 2080 Ti Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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