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Hello,

I bought a GTX 580M for a P150HM, that I sold to a friend. Now I'm testing it with my P150EM. The 580M came with Alienware VBIOS. I modified the nvdmi, to install the driver and yes, it works, but: I think, I don't have the full power. Windows Experience Index only shows 6.6; if I run Assassin's Creed IV, I have verry low FPS, Nvidia Inspecor says the temperature is just 48°C and the system's power consumption is only 110W. And Nvidia's system panel crashes...

I flashed a clevo VBIOS (VGA Bios Collection: Clevo GTX 580M 2048 MB | techPowerUp) on the card, but same results.

Have anyone here ever used a 580M in a P150EM?

Do you think, this problems will be solved in P150HM?

What is your Windows Experience Index with GTX 580M?

Thanks.

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Ok, thank you for reply. So the 580 is equivalent to the 675 and I need the 675 VBIOS for EM-Series Laptops?

So in the P150HM it should work with 580M VBIOS...?

I told my friend, he can bring me the laptop so I can replace the card. I will post the results ;-)

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Hmm, I tought, I already answered to this thread... Ok, I built in the card into the P150HM and it works, as expected, without any problems.

But the temperature was a bit to high in my opinion (80°C). So i glued some copper wires on the cooling and got 72°C.

See my laptop site for details: mitjastachowiak.de/sonstiges/laptopbau/verbesserungderkuehlung.html

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