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Hello, I am new to this forum but i have been following for many months,
my old laptop is m15x with 260m but i think i fried it due to overclocking too much now it wont turn on,
but recently got a m18x r2 and I am wondering if the new gtx 10xx series cards will be able to be made to fit somehow in the m18x r2 and if anyone will be trying this?
Or if AMD releases new mobile gpu that would beat nvidia and also fit in m18x r2?
Or is 980m sli end of the line for m18x r2?
how would one go about installing 980m sli with no experience or full guide to install? - if there is a guide do please tell
and does it still throttle or give any issues for windows 7?
does it function at full performance?
does it need dual 330watt modded adapters?
thank you for those that can help, and shoutout for those that i've been reading for the past year on modding m18x r2 980m sli
you guys are brilliant, well done and thank you for all your previous work for we m18x r2 owners wouldnt be this far without it.
p.s please help, thanks =]
I'm looking to sell a PE4L V2.1b (Expresscard Version) and GTX750. I have used them both reliably on my Thinkpad X230t, achieving x1.2Opt and able to run pretty much any game decently well, for the past year without any issues. This setup works great as a portable setup since the GTX750 doesn't require external power. I recently bought a desktop so I have no further need for them. Here is a link to the graphics card. I'm looking to sell the PE4L for $60 (got it for $70) and the GTX750 for $70 (got it for $90) or $120 for both, with a flat rate of $5 for shipping. Here's a picture of my previous setup that I was running off the eGPU. If you have any questions or want more pictures of the parts, please PM me!
Guessing who will be the first company to include the nVidia Pascal 1080 and AMD Polaris GPU's inside their LaptopsBy Dr. AMK
Guessing who will be the first company to include the nVidia Pascal 1080 and AMD Polaris GPU's inside their Laptops:
NVIDIA announced it's newest Pascal based GTX 1060 today that is expected to go on sale July 19th for $250 and $300 for the Founder's Edition. The GTX 1060 will feature 1280 CUDA cores, 6 GB DDR5 memory with a boost clock of 1.7 GHz which NVIDIA claims can easily overclock to 2 GHz. In addition, NVIDIA claims the 1060 is on average 15% faster and over 75% more power efficient than the closest competitive product at stock speeds which would be the AMD RX 480.
The following is their PR release:
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