Hello all! I got the idea for this swap from Receiver, who was interested in the card long ago, but price was a big limiting factor so it never happened before Receiver switched out to a newer laptop. Credit where credit is due! But as the title states, the FirePro w7170m is the swap-target. It is a 4gb card with a good amount of shaders running at a bit lower of a speed, based on the GCN 1.2 architecture. The card came in the Dell Precision 7710, and is reported to output via LVDS, so as Receiver said, it MIGHT work. It certainly has a better chance of working than the Nvidia cards, seeing as how the bios of the M6600 is... picky. A lot of the newer Nvidia cards also use eDP instead of LVDS, so that presents more trouble for the M6600 as well. But due to the further reaching compatibility of AMD cards I decided to try it out! So far, I have the MXM in hand, and the heatsink from the m6100 that it used. I'll upload pictures soon of the card, and lay out the plan to shim the memory/VRM area! Hopefully the pictures make it clear that the difference in the die stack is pretty high. Stay tuned! EDIT: The card is in fact eDP, and not LVDS. The only laptops that this card was offered in were eDP-only Dell laptops, and while there are some different vbioses floating around, none of them reconfigure the card to output via LVDS. The card DOES work via external display through the M6600's HDMI, so I suppose it could be used as a low-budget gaming HTPC. The on-board display panel will not activate with it though. Maybe my understanding of this isn't what it should be to attempt this kind of thing, so if anyone has a good idea of how it could maybe work, don't hesitate to message me or reply to the thread. For now, I'll consider it a failed test, and just say that the w7170m is not compatible with the M6600 as a laptop.