Discussion in 'Dell' started by RMSMajestic, Feb 19, 2019.
Will it phisically fit being a bit wider than previous mxm cards?
Hadn't actually seen a picture of this yet, so I looked it up... It looks like this is HP's version of the RTX 4000:
Reminder of the M6700 layout:
Unfortunately, the way the card is oriented, I do not think that it would fit. There is basically no clearance between the "top" of the motherboard and the chassis and that is exactly where the extra bit of the card would be jutting out. The the extra width had been added to the opposite side then I think that it might have fit.
It may well fit in a M6800 which has a little bit of clearance on both sides of the card.
No idea why they made the card this way, it looks like there is clearance to move the RAM chips in and make it normal width. Maybe another vendor will make a standard-sized card. MXM is dying more and more with each passing generation, though...
Thanks for your help.
What is the rtx 4000 tdp?
115W regular or 80W max-q
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Prema says that the RTX5000 has an 80W TDP, so I doubt the RTX4000 is more than 80W.
Using the RTX4000 in the M6700 would require to sand down a little but the card and/or mount it on the motherboard out of the bottom case and then fit both in the bottom case
doubt all you want, its fact
RTX 5000 might have 80W in some systems. It definitely works at 100W+ in the Precision 7740...
I am wondering if RTX4000/5000 would fit and work on HP 8770W..
It's strange, my M6700 is able to boot with desktop P4000 vbios, it just display nothing until windows lock screen, I'm using UEFI only oprom, no legacy oprom, it's even working better than before on my regular 24/7 P4000 dell mxm vbios, it totally eliminate the "2 minutes waiting time" at boot
Even if P4000 desktop are working, the boost is still limited to 1253MHz even if the default boost clock is stated at 1480MHz
So I think we don't really need a specific bios in order to boot on windows, I think we only need it to access the bios, if @RMSMajestic got his hand on a 1060 or 1070 we could try to directly boot on windows (it might still need a driver installed for it to work at all)
Bios tested so far :
Brightness adjustment working or not?
I might try 1060 with Desktop 1060 vBIOS some time later. though I don't think there will be any luck for 1070.
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