8770w compatible video cards

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  1. mirage_bg

    mirage_bg Notebook Evangelist

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    And no issues with the greyscale (banding, gradients)??
     
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    surfinkin Notebook Enthusiast

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    no no.., no bandings or greyscaling..... its just perfect.
     
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    mirage_bg Notebook Evangelist

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    Where did you buy it from and for how much, if it’s not a secret?
     
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    surfinkin Notebook Enthusiast

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    i bought it from a local market for an equivalent of ~450 USD. i considered myself lucky then; which is almost 15 months ago :D
     
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    mirage_bg Notebook Evangelist

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    Is your M5000M a Dell card?
    Which vbios is on it?
    Can you upload here your vbios .rom file if you don’t mind?
     
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    mirage_bg Notebook Evangelist

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    Ok, I got a M5000M and I am stunned how cool it runs on my 8770W!!! OMG!
    With overclock at 1185Mhz for the GPU, this card never exceeds 66-67C! And that’s even without LM, just Kryonaut...its ASIC quality is 77,4%, whereas my previous GTX 980m was 69,4% and never managed to reach such an O/C, let aside its temps of 79-81C at stock speeds...insane..
     
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    Just to tell you that there is a banding in the greyscale with M5000M;)
    But consider yourself lucky if you don’t see it;) It’s there.
     
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