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Here's the actual pic of the card and the heatsink... I hope someone out there try it out soon with their MSI GT 60(16F3)/70 nb's

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Actual GPU was taken off from the latest MSI GT60 notebook. I hope the old (163F-GT60-ONC) is PnP also.

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Thank you,

Now I see why they need a new heatsink for those who bought 880m GT72.

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No problem..I'm just helping the community with MSI GT notebooks.. I hope you guys would be able to try it out and test the compatibility of this gpu with 51x bios posted by @iTzZent , since this is the latest one.

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Here are similar pics for clevo 980m:

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Heatsink is unchanged, just thermal pads moved around.

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Probably the same chips and pcb in both GPUs. Can someone get 4GB GDDR5 chips? :65:

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@Khenglish

Does it mean that even the old heatsink for GT60 (780/880m) could actually fit on with 980/970m? Thermal pads is the answer to fill those gaps?

Can someone get 4GB GDDR5 chips?

its the same layout design with the 8GB variant that Khenglish posted.... Btw clevo/sager mxm gpu's are MSI compatible too :-)

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Here's the actual pic of the card and the heatsink... I hope someone out there try it out soon with their MSI GT 60(16F3)/70 nb's

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Actual GPU was taken off from the latest MSI GT60 notebook. I hope the old (163F-GT60-ONC) is PnP also.

This is a picture of the 880m. It looks like those silver components on top are not in the same place so a new heatsink is going to be required to upgrade a 880m to a 980m NVIDIA-GTX-870M-KEPLER.jpg

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How different are these new heatsinks from the older 570m/580m cards in the GT780 series? I'm tempted to try an upgrade to the 970m...

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