MXM GPU Resellers in the world

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  1. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    Adding one weird card:

    GTX 1080, unknown manufacture
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    I have no idea why I acquired it, or where the source is from (seller has 0 feedbacks on feebay and he doesn't seem to understand a lot about mxm cards).
    But my instinct tells me that it might be useful, since the vast majority of new cards are in more irregular shapes than this one.
    I got it for $500 but still haven't tested it. And also not sure which laptop it might fit.


    BTW, the GTX 1060/1070/1080 on AsRock Deskmini are all from aetina. But Asrock is probably the only source. Sent emails to Aetina about purchasing 10 1080, 10 1060 and 10 Quadro P5000m and never had a reply from them. Guess even 30 mxms totalling more than $20000 are too small for them to respond.

    Here's a comparison of the three: I have not seen the Asrock RX580/RX570 anywhere
    ASRock-DeskMini-GTX-33.jpg


    P.S. some update on my M6700 P5000m upgrade, a vBIOS flash is required. the EEPROM chip of pascal requires 1.8V instead of 3.2V, be careful
    https://forum.51nb.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=1823277
     

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    RMSMajestic Notebook Consultant

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    Also something about Gecube cards.
    A lot of their cards are made for embedded solutions or miners... which have a lower requirement than laptop as they do not require display output.... I asked them persoanlly on taobao.
     
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    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    Wow test that thing!!

    That looks like a 150W GTX 1080. Standard MXM 3 format?
    Looks like it has the same VRM capability as the MSI 1070.....
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    @RMSMajestic that card could come from a Zotac Magnus en1080
     
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    RMSMajestic Notebook Consultant

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    Doesn't look like the Zotac one in the previous pics you posted
     
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    triturbo Long live 16:10 and MXM-B

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    Looks like plus size Zotac 1070 to me. Of course the VRM layout is different, but from the RAM row downward they are 1:1 front and back. Anyway, great find. Waiting for some tests :)

    So is the P5000 fully working in the M6700?
     
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    Not the brightness control and external monitor unfortunately.... :/
     
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