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scavenging a broken laptop

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okay, so here is my situation:my qosmio gaming laptop has recently fried and and ceased to function (QOSMIO X870 is the specific model)and now i cant play my games. what im wondering is if it would be cheaper to scavenge as many of the good, working parts out of it, stuffing that stuff in a case with replacements for the stuff that got fried, and have a decent working desktop.and if it is possible, what would be a realistic price estimate on this whole operation?

thank you to annyone who trys helps me out!
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What all got "fried"?
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