Finally I got my hands over this bad boy First of all I want to thanks again to EchoShade, this would be impossible without his help. Thanks to MexicanSnake for the photo of the EX625's GPU, which showed clearly that it's an MXM 2.1 Type II GPU. And of course, thanks to TehSuigi for starting this madness at first place - posting pics of neighbour (Turkish) 5920G running HD4650 Now, here it is (sorry for the blurry images, my AF is long gone, dropped my phone more than enough times ): Installed and ready for action (you can see my custom internal HDD cooling, thanks to moral hazard for the idea and for finding the proper fan, I can write a topic if anyone is interested) GPU-Z shot: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/698ch/ And here is what it's capable of - non-overclocked, with every program that I'm using, running in the tray: Nice isn't it, but the real-world performance is what impresses me. Now I can finally play GTA IV at those settings flawlessly GRiD, Shift, Bioshock are also running on everything high. Only downside of the whole thing is that, it's running a lot hotter than my HD3650, even when it was overvolted @ 1,2v and overclocked. I knew that it would bring some hotness, but not that much Now I'm trying to undervolt it. Funny enough the whole laptop acts strange when I run GPU-Z 0.3.3, AMD GPU Clock Tool or ATi WinFlash. It becomes unresponsive and stays like this until I close the program With GPU-Z 0.3.5 there are no such problems. When I'm using RBE 1.22 and start ATi Win Flash from there, it runs without a single problem, funny thing. I tried to modify and flash the vBIOS dump from GPU-Z 0.3.5, but it gives me an error 0FL01. Now I'll try with the vBIOS dump from ATi Win Flash and I hope that it would work this time I know that quite a lot of you (mostly Acer owners) would like to know from where I get it and for how much, but I have to say - sorry, I can't tell you I wish I could. This is my 2nd and probably my last GPU upgrade (first was HD3470 -> HD3650), because MXM 2.1 Type II is going for good, or for bad. Anyway, thanks to it, my oldie 5920G would be adequate for yet another year or so Last, but not the least - MXM FTW!!! Thanks to Acer and MSI, because they are the only affordable brands that fully support it. You can bet that my next lappy would be from one of those brands, though if I rob a bank or something, it would be from Sager Update 10-14-2009: I had successfully undervolted it from default 1.2v to 1.1v, and now it hits 90ºC, but most of the time it's between 82ºC~86ºC which is OK for me and far from 100ºC I had a little fun before settling down at 1.1v. At default voltage (1.2v) I had played a little with the vBIOS and here is the result: Update 04-14-2011: First revision of my cooling overhaul is finally finished!