Quadro P5000 with Clevo P150SM-A (LVDS)

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  1. Hardcorecustom

    Hardcorecustom Notebook Enthusiast

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    Maybe it's interesting for some Clevo users.
    I have installed for a colleague, a Quadro P5000 in his Clevo P150SM-A (LVDS), runs without problems.
    Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit under UEFI
    Only the driver had to be modified.
    Max Temp 47 ° with Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut
    (Room Temp 24 °)
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  2. Dennismungai

    Dennismungai Notebook Deity

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    Glorious!
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Very cool setup :D

    The optimus machines don't mind LVDS due to the IGP controlling all the video outs.
     
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  4. A-Gits

    A-Gits Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nice! Almost like a 1070 and with a TDP of 100W. Good pick!

    Gesendet von meinem SM-G935F mit Tapatalk
     
  5. johnbb

    johnbb Notebook Consultant

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    Must have cost you a fortune though...?
     
  6. Danishblunt

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    No, it has nothing to do with that. It's actually because of a converter (PS8625) that translates eDP signals to LVDS. This is the reason why LVDS Alienware notebooks cannot use pascal card, they lack the converter despite using optimus.

    @Hardcorecustom:

    Interesting layout, the card has the standard layout of the maxwell series as it seems, which is quite good to know. However the chip still seems flat (like ohter pascal chips), did you solder a shim to the heatsink? Because if the card is anything like the other pascal cards, then the contact to the chip is going to be terrible, so will the temps be.
     
  7. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    How does what you said have anything to do with what I said?

    The SM series has all video outputs on the IGP:

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    So the requirements of the dGPU for video outputs is not a factor. All it needs to do is power up when told to and processes remote rendering requests from the IGP.

    Now for other models there may be other considerations but certainly not for the one this thread is about.
     
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  8. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    thinking about this upgrade as well for my P751DM :) Have you guys tested the P5000 in the DM series?

    Also, do P5000 cards from different vendors (Clevo, MSI, HP, Dell) differ in a way that make any of them incompatible with machines from differing brands?

    Any benchmark results would be much appreciated!
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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  10. oljo01

    oljo01 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Maybe a dumb question, i am thinking about getting the P5000 myselv for a p150sm, but what does LVDS mean? and do i need it to get P5000 to work?
     
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