Thanks for the info, guys.
I'll first try the trick for securing the graphics chip, as I've read the soldering is bad, which causes some issues.

Then, I'll try removing the onboard RAM chips. Considering there are 1Gb DIMMs available, I may very well just remove them and replace them when I feel like.
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