Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by King of Interns, Aug 17, 2016.
it might be a new revision
Does anyone here have a Quadro M3000M, M4000M, or M5000M?
I really want to test and see if these GPUs work in M17xR2 and was hoping someone here might have one.
They are all not working with stock display. You will get inverted colors
Were you able to test this with M17xR2 + Quadro MX000M series cards?
If so...were you able to try the following to fix the colors:
1) Change refresh rate to 59Hz or 61Hz through nVidia Control Panel
2) Try a ICC profile for the panel?
Also were you running Windows 10 or 7?
Yes, i tested all 3 cards.
change refesh rate did not help.
Icc profile ,i did not try, but i think that would not help. Cards don´t work with 8 bit display same as gtx 9xx.
The 980M works in HP laptop with Dreamcolor display, so it might be some weird issue with our laptop's panel and GPU.
Thanks for confirming.
Did you test K5000M/K5100M by any chance? If so were you able to get native fan control?
8770W Dreamcolor does not use LVDS that’s why it is able to work. It uses some early implementation of edp. It seems Maxwell 2.0 cannot support 8 bit over LVDS. Why is unknown considering Kepler and earlier worked just fine
Unfortunately, something is wrong.
The card received the MSI Quadro P5200 Max-Q Vbios. (Rev:A)
He's not coming up. You can't see your laptop. SG mode ..... the fan is spinning.
I have an open bios, lots of settings. In vain.
Is this over, or is there some other magic to hardware recognition?
What should I set up in the bios?
Can you please show me which resistors needs to be moved?
Aetina Quadro RTX 5000 MXM: https://www.aetina.com/products-detail.php?i=427
It's standard MXM form factor and has a TDP of 110 watts. The screw holes even look like they're in the right places.
Perfectron GTX 1660 Super MXM: https://perfectron.com/products/peripheral-module/mxm-gpu-module/sk1660s?language_content_entity=en
Now this is one I've never seen before. It looks like standard width MXM, but is extra tall like the Zotac GTX 1080 MXM.
Perfectron RTX 2060 Super MXM: https://perfectron.com/products/peripheral-module/mxm-gpu-module/sk2060
Also another interesting find. The screw holes are in the right place, but the core is rotated. I wonder how that will work with current laptop heatsinks.
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