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Hello, I am new member. I was wondering if anyone tried to upgrade the video card on their ASUS G73SW to GTX 680M? Is there any working VBIOS I can download? I recently bought an GTX 680M videocard and I am looking for the VBIOS.

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Rajah

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sw model has a built in chip, you can't upgrade. You can return it.

Wrong. All G73.. (jh,jw,sw) have MXM 3.0b slot but later two coming with nvidia cards. I planing to try and upgrade my g73sw to gtx 680m but they are still bit expencive. Can I ask how much you paid for your 680m? As for vbios dont flash any other before you try card first it my work as well. I think you can brick your card if you try to flash dell vbios and have clevo 680m or other way around so be careful with that. Anyway I believe you would be first one to try upgrade sw model.

PS. Good luck :)

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hi there if you're going for the upgrade please let me know too, i was thinking into upgrade mine g73sw with an gtx660m (JW worked see Conkers and svl7 post).

Post any news (good or bad) about your upgrade "trial" >D

Anyways keep the good work man ?D

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I just ordered gtx 680m for my g73sw. Will update after I recieve it and try upgrade.

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It did for svl7 but that other guy didnt managed to get it working. But If you want performance boos then try 680m instead of 660m :).

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