Discussion in 'Dell' started by RMSMajestic, Feb 19, 2019.
Thanks, I tought it was 3.3v
Did u manage to get P4000 working on M6700?
Yes with no issue
Would you mind sharing your benchmark results with it? 3DM11, FireStrike, Engine Heave (Ultra/Extreme)
yes, I think it's a little bit faster than a GTX980M or M5000M, like a GTX980M at 1400~1500MHz should perform equaly to the P4000, but the P4000 consume less than 70W in gaming, furmark at 90w, still far from the TDP limit in the vbios
I will make other bench later
Sadly the frequency is locked, I didn't tried yet P4000 desktop vbios on it
Very nice, my 970m uses around 50w when gaming, I undervolted and made the tdp target 65w, making it easier to cool the damn thing. It is in an mxm-a slot after all...
I still bench higher than the average 970m and can reach 980m levels with insane core overclocks. Obviously tdp of the card increases by around 10w, still I managed to source a golden sample.
There is a big difference between the p4000 and the p5000 when tdp levels are unlocked, I would have tried to source the p5000 as it can actually reach gtx 1070 or above levels on overclocks.
Are you talking about an GTX965M (GM206) ?
The P5000 is already a big difference from the P4000, even with it's stock 115~120w TDP (iirc)
Nope I put the 970m mxm-b in an mxm-a slot in my acer 8940g motherboard. A laptop older than the first alienware 15 from 2009 with mxm upgradable gpu and will outlive it too
I have pulled about 120w from this slot alone even though it was made for a 35w tdp card. Just shows how much difference an mxm slot can make.
I also did UV my GTX 1070 at 0.775V and thi way it peaks at ~90W in FurMark stress test and ~75W when in games.
65-70C max temp.
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