The hopeful of keeping MXM 3.0b alive thread!

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by King of Interns, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. Grant B Gibson

    Grant B Gibson Notebook Deity

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    Yeah lol, but I have weird revison GPU's that don't let me flash the unlocked VBIOS's. Also loading up RotTR right now, the only other game I have that really supports CFX
     
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    I couldnt flash mine either.

    It seems that the unlocked vBIOS's were never really finalized as they had issues maintaining the clocks anyways. Valuxin had moved on to another system after his m6800 died on him.
     
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    I contacted GeCube to give me a specific part number on the VRM.
    They replied VERY quickly mind you, the GPU core uses uP9509 and uP1666, and the memory uses uP1666
    I cannot find anything about these anywhere though on those websites you linked, I know they are both made by uPI Semiconductor, I know for a fact that 1050 and 1050 Ti uses uP9509 including 1060, the 1070 uses them for memory.
    http://eip.tongfangpc.com/WebAgenda/uploads/P1605270035/uP9509-DS-C3000.pdf
    https://www.upi-semi.com/en-article-upi-362-1566

    I honestly have no idea if these are good or not LOL
     
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    Arrrrbol Notebook Evangelist

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    @Khenglish might know more.
     
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    Again those are the same VRMs as the Founders edition desktop 1070 and 1080. You can follow desktop FE overvolting guides exactly.
     
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    Quadro P4200 and P5200 spotted on ebay.

    Quadro P4200 has 2304 cores
    Quadro P5200 has 2560 cores (same as 1080)

    Both have standard MXM 3.0b format. I kinda want to try out the P4200 but those Quadro prices....

    P4200:

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    P5200:

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    Those are probably Max-Q variants judging by the VRMs, at least on the P5200.
     
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  8. ssj92

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    Not sure about that. Both P5200 and P4200 have similar setups.

    This is the P5000:

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    Exactly, which would further indicate that the P5200 here is Max-Q (110W) since it has the same number of power phases as the P4200 (115W) and P5000 (100W). The normal P5200 is 150W.

    https://www.nvidia.com/content/dam/.../quadro-mobile-line-card-n18-11x8.5-r4-hr.pdf

    In that case the P5200 Max-Q is a waste of money since it gets outperformed by the P4200, as we saw in the Dell Precision 7730
     
  10. ssj92

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    I see, which makes the P4200 the interesting choice since it's cheaper than P5000 and should outperform it too.
     

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