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Hello everyone, I bought used 670M pulled from AW system to insert in my MS 16F3. Installed, no screen on boot. Luckily, I have Clevo P150EM laying around. Installed it there, no thermal alarm, BIOS recognized it as GTX 670M, nvflash also, everything looks great. I saved its vBios and went on another computer to look for vBios version just to be sure which card it is (used NiBiTor to see vBios version which was 80.something..). Since the card is 1.5GB, I assumed it wasn't DELL/AW card because they come with 2GB? That led me to download older 70.24.. Clevo vBios which was successfully flashed after. BIOS and nvflash recognized it, no thermal alarm, great! Pulled the card out of Clevo P150EM and installed in MS 16F3. Screen on boot, no fan spinning max, everything perfect! Installing Windows for like 10 minutes and then fan starts spinning max. Installed Windows, chipset, Intel management, Intel VGA and finally nVidia driver with custom .inf from laptopvideo2go.com. Device Manager shows yellow triangle next to GTX 670M. Rebooted and tried flashing MSI vBios with nvflash. I get the line checking image and ID's, something like that, and skips flashing. Checked EEPROM and it said status Unknown. Entered Windows and 670M shows in Device Manager with yellow triangle next to it. (Code 43 was error from the beginning btw) Reinstalled 670M in Clevo, BIOS and nvflash recognized it, however nvflash cannot write anything to it. Reinstalled back to MS 16F3 and same thing with nvflash. It shows it is there, but cannot write to it. Back to P150EM, 670M shows in BIOS and nvflash, but I cannot flash it. After 2 restarts, nvflash doesn't recognize 670M, but BIOS does. So I am confused now. How can a card show up in Windows if it doesn't get recognized under nvflash nor can be flashed? Shall I try different nvflash version or reinstall in either laptop? I've put this thread under Clevo because P150EM reads a lot of cards, serves me as a diagnosis tool and I would like to get it working it there first. It might be lengthy post, but I tried to include every detail and be specific. Hopefully it helps someone else too!
Hi all I decided to upgrade my M15X. Current configuration: DDR3 SDRAM 4.096 MB @ 1.333 MHz 1GB NVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX260M 500GB (7,200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 720QM Im looking for nVidia gtx 670M and gtx675M, but no idea what works better on my laptop, I was read some issues about power supply (75W or 100W), about throttling and about incompatibilities. Im reading your posts, and get more and more doubts, can somebody help me? Thank you so much!
Hi there, I am currently looking at both models of the G75VW... the specs for both are almost the same, but one has 3D and the other doesn't, and the 3D version has the nvidia 670m with 3GB and the 660m has 2GB. My question is, is this difference that big for 500 extra dolars? Is the 670m actually that better with 3Gb than the 660m with to 2GB? PD: I'm very new to this and any technical errors should be ignored! [EDIT] Could a Mod or Admin move this thread to Asus Gaming Notebook Forum?
So... after months of wild speculating and guessing we finally have some first official numbers regarding the new mobile GPUs of Nvidia. Here the specifications listed on the official Nvidia site: GTX 660M GTX 670M GTX 675M Graphics Clock 835MHz 598MHz 620MHz CUDA Cores 384 336 384 Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 30.4 33.5 39.7 Memory Interface DDR3/GDDR5 DDR3/GDDR5 DDR3/GDDR5 Memory Clock 2000MHz 1500MHz 1500MHz Memory Interface Width 128-bit 192-bit 256-bit Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 64 72 96 Max SLI Configuration 2-Way 2-Way 2-Way 610M GT 620M GT 630M GT 635M GT 640M LE GT 640M GT 650M Graphics Clock 900MHz 625MHz 800MHz 675MHz 500MHz 625MHz 850MHz CUDA Cores 48 96 96 144 384 384 384 Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 7.2 10 12.8 16.2 16 20 27.2 Memory Interface DDR3 DDR3 DDR3/GDDR5 DDR3 DDR3/GDDR5 DDR3/GDDR5 DDR3/GDDR5 Memory Interface Width 64-bit 128-bit 128-bit 192-bit 128-bit 128-bit 128-bit Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 14.4 28.8 32 43.2 28.8 64 64 There are seven 600m series GPUs which can be considered low- to middle-end and three which are high-end.No word on the Nvidia site about which manufacturing process is being used for these chips, but the statement telling one should assume that they really shifted to 28nm only, but I want to see this confirmed before I really believe this to be true.Anyway, looking at the specs of Nvidias new mobile flagship, the GTX 675m I can't help but to think that they just shrinked the fermi architecture... the specs and clocks are identical to the 580m. They might also have messed up the numbers they put on the site, it just seems unlikely that all GPUs from the 640m up to the 675m all have the same core count (except for the 670m).Well, I guess we will see more information in the near future, when the first systems with these GPUs are getting released. I'm definitely curious about how they perform and can't wait to see some benchmarks. Also the overclocking capability is going to be a very interesting point. So far there's no word about new features for this GPU series, so it's unclear whether the "clock boost" technology which can be found in the desktop GTX 680 will also make its way to the mobile GPUs. Here some performance graphs, also taken from Nvidias website:[ATTACH=CONFIG]3707[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]3708[/ATTACH] So far I'm really not that impressed, though we have yet to see the real world performance, and tbh I'm really curious about the AMD 7000m series :)