Driver help: NVIDIA Quadro P4000 in Clevo P750DM-G

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  1. MKazmer

    MKazmer Notebook Consultant

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    I installed an NVIDIA Quadro P4000 Max-Q in a Clevo P750DM-G.

    Device manager hardware ID shows:

    PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1BB7&SUBSYS_75021558&REV_A1

    I have done the standard inf file mod, then disabled driver enforcement as I have done successfully in the past, but it's not working this time. The install starts, then fails less than half way through. I have tried the DCH version, standard version, and studio versions and none of them will work. I am probably missing something.

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  2. mirage_bg

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    Can you try the normal non Max-Q vBios? (I attached it bellow)
     

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  3. MKazmer

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    I will give it a try, but is there a risk of damaging the card?
     
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    In conclusion:

    With help from mirage_bg the Quadro P4000 is now running quite well in a P750DM-g. I have only run a few benchmarks so far, but it's running very well. I will create another post with all of the benchmarks later, but here are some results so far:

    Fire Strike: (Max GPU temp only 59C)
    Graphics score 12,542
    Physics score 12,143
    3DMark Score 10,788

    I also ran Time Spy. It was just under 5,000 with Max GPU temp only 60C

    The benchmarks were good, but not too impressive, however, I was very impressed but its performance in solidworks and other 3D programs I ran with it. It doesn't make sense that it scored around the same as the GTX1060 I was using before considering how well it runs in programs. I can't do a side by side comparison, but from memory, the p4000 aesthetics are smoother, and sharper.

    Thank you again for your help mirage_bg!
     
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