FT: FS/FT Zotac GTX 1080 MXM 8GB

Discussion in 'Computer Components' started by razor0601, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. razor0601

    razor0601 Notebook Consultant

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    Ok a pic from the 970m will be fine. And I want to trade against the working 970m.
     
  2. TheQuentincc

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    Here they are :)
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    In term of overclocking, with the stock vbios it can goes up to the +135MHz limit on the core (which is a bit less than 1200MHz), with the old modded vbios it goes to 1250MHz but not worth the gain I think. The GDDR5 is pretty good, like more than 6GHz instead of the 5GHz stock

    edit: the superposition run is with overclocking, at stock it give me something like 3400 pts
     
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    Ok thank you. So we have a Deal?
     
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    Yes, we have a deal :)
     
  5. RMSMajestic

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    Not trying to be a deal terminator here, but the Zotac GTX 1080 mxm does NOT fit on M6700, physically. Let alone of the vBIOS vs sBIOS s***
     
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    Yes, I think that we need to remove the RJ45 port and/or sand/remove a part of the 1080.
    I know someone that got a "dead" GT72 motherboard with broken edp connector that should help me figure out if this card is working or not, I might change the core if needed, it is not so expensive in fact.
    And since my 970M is useless now (take the dust in my desk) I wanted to trade or sell it, this is a good occasion for me to touch such an unique mxm card.
    In this case everyone is happy, I got an 1080 for very cheap and razor0601 got a decent working gaming card :).
     
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