8560w GPU upgrade - use empty DVD slot to fit MXM 3.0b (higher spec) video cards

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  1. Easa1912

    Easa1912 Newbie

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    Hello,

    I have 8570W, 1920x1080 FHD WVA (Not a Dreamcolor IPS, just classic TN screen)

    Is it possible to upgrade the laptop to Nvidia Quadro M2000M ? I can get one for about 190€, but i am worried after i saw this:

     
  2. Jangoz

    Jangoz Newbie

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    Yes, it will work right off the bat.

     
  3. Jangoz

    Jangoz Newbie

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    Guys, what’s the highest Nvidia Quadro card that can be installed on HP EliteBook 8570w?
     
  4. Easa1912

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    Are you 100% sure?
     
  5. laxstar785

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    @AlienHack So I checked out your youtube video, and eventually ended up on this forum. You put in your post that you used N16E-GR-A1, is there any other version that is an MXM-a that can be used. I can't seem to find any of that specific version you suggested online.
     
  6. Padraig O Cuinn

    Padraig O Cuinn Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone want to swap m5000m for a 1070?
     
  7. Fungus99

    Fungus99 Notebook Consultant

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    I'm still not clear whether the 8560w is dream color display is edp or lvds.
    Even if it's edp, there are no 3.0a pascal card available so the Maxwell m2000/gtx965 will be best possible gpu for the 8560/8570w correct?
     
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