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As the title says; is it possible to upgrade the old MSI 16f2 with any pascal card?

 

Or is the 980M the highest possible?

 

Looking forward to your answers. Thanks

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Hi there!

As i know the best fully working  GPU is 970M (without replacing VGA heatsink, only modding)
If you want to replace your old GPU with 980M - first of all you should buy powerful PSU (180W at least).
And yes, 16F2 can accept Pascal GPU (especially P3000 due to copper area on heatsink), but Pascal will work only with eDP interface, when 16f2 have LVDS.
It means that signal will be only on HDMI (but there can be troubles too, some users admit that there is no sound, only image via HDMI).

So best choice for 16F2 (as for me) - GTX 970M 6Gb. Work fine with modified drivers and have good gaming potential with Sandy bridge (especially with i7-28**QM, because 28** have 8Mb L3 cache, while 26**\27** have 6mb)

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Successfully upgraded from GTX 560M straight to GTX 970M 6Gb (stock Clevo GPU).
Now looking for GT60 heatsink (so it will 100% fit and works as is need to)
 

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Not sure how stale this conversation might be, but there AliExpress (not a paid sponsorship or anything XD) has a large selection of these devices. FYI: AliExpress Search: "GTX 970M" 
There should be a decent selection of the heatsinks, at least there was an entry for my platform (GX660).

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