Quadro M4000M testing

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  1. Raidriar

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    Where did you get it from?
     
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    Ebay.

    Specifically here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NVIDIA-Quad...302938?hash=item1a18fbc55a:g:fRQAAOSw6n5Xqhuz

    This company is based in Nashville, TN and it's about 40 minutes from where I live! :D
    The card arrived in double bubble wrap and inside a sealed anti-static back. No issues at all. I gave them positive feedback on ebay.

    If you can find a GTX 970M used it will probably be cheaper. New GTX 970M goes for $460 at RJTech.
     
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    I was gonna say...what's the point if a used 970M can be had for little more than 300USD
     
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    I just wanted to try it out. Plus, the only 970M I have seen go for a little over $300 has been here on the marketplace.

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    EDIT: Added some screenshots to the original post.
     
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    Rarely and it is an superior card for the M15x than the 970M. Runs cooler too thanks to vram free backside ;)

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    Looks like @Prema will be able to help me out pretty soon. w00t!

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    @Prema has done some great work on this for me. Testing is being done initially in my M17x R4 because a brick is easily recovered. We worked late (for me) into the night last night on this. It runs really well in the M17x R4 and stays under 80c at 1412MHz

    Firestrike
    M8789 Graphics 10554
    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/10205916


    3DMark11
    P11160 Graphics 12545
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11589511

    Edit: @Prema says this is an HP card. Just FYI...


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    Wow that is mighty impressive!

    1412mhz is very fast! Is this the top speed?

    Can you do some testing in the M15x now that you have unlocked it?

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    My 980M achieved a graphics score of 10247 in firestrike @ 1200mhz. Running pretty hot.

    You have beaten that score! Would love to see the thing in the M15x with some liquid ultra to see the load temps at 1400mhz!

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