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The first Gunner Arc A380 card in MXM format has been released


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Probably laptops with heatsinks that can handle 75W. Maybe a Precision 7520/7720? I don't think an M4800 will be capable due to the heatpipes only being one for the GPU. Unless someone fabricates a dual heatpipe version of the M4800's GPU heatsink then maybe.

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Will this setup be able to do hyperencoding like the desktop systems can do?

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On 1/24/2023 at 1:46 PM, Vaardu said:

Probably laptops with heatsinks that can handle 75W. Maybe a Precision 7520/7720? I don't think an M4800 will be capable due to the heatpipes only being one for the GPU. Unless someone fabricates a dual heatpipe version of the M4800's GPU heatsink then maybe.

I was pushing IIRC 86w on the m5100 for the M4600 some time ago, though its true the m4800 is a bit of a step down in terms of cooling.

 

Would be interested in trying one, I wonder if they have some MXM-B type cards

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