Getting an Nvidia 900 series (or 1060) working in a P170EM

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  1. Meaker@Sager

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    Contact our service team if you are after something specific, they can check stock.
     
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    Awesome! Thanks mate! Safe travels!
     
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    In Scotland now meeting some of the family and playing with a 14 week old puppy so all good here ;)
     
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    Haha awesome mate! Specially in the summer that is a great place to be =))

    Oh snap! Thanks a lot for sharing this mate! And was it just to replace or did you have to get some extra parts? I've seen some pads (for cooling?) in some of the ads I've watched. Like this package [​IMG]
    Cheers! I'm so looking forward to bring life into my old beast =) I mean i got it because i could upgrade it but never did i think after so many years the replaceable parts would still be pretty damn expensive haha. All the best!
     
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    Back all safe now, ended up in France rather than Guernsey yesterday due to the weather but overall very nice really.

    MXM cards don't tend to drop much is the issue.
     
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    Nice one mate! So you're done with the sailing? Shame about Guernsey, looks cool but i guess France is pretty ok too haha =)
     
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    Yep, 3 weeks all done :)
     
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    You can reuse your old pads if they still look good but you should buy new ones (0.5 - 1 - 2mm) to fit the card. If I remember correctly I did not even have to use the dremel on the P170em heatsink.
    Enjoy your new card!
     
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    You can stack pads to get just the right height if you need to.
     
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