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Table of NVIDIA Laptops which use MXM modules

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As of March 2006 updating of this list is abandonded.

For an updated table search no longer and go directly HERE (mxm-upgrade.com)

Pls. reply in here what type of MXM module is used at your Laptop.

MXM Type Width Length Example Configuration

MXM-I 70 mm 68 mm Up to 4 pieces 8Mx32 (128 MB)

MXM-II 73 mm 78 mm Up to 8 pieces 8Mx32 (256 MB)

MXM-III 82 mm 100 mm Up to 8 pieces 8Mx32 (256 MB)

MXM type I

available NV cards:

  • NV GF Go 6200 (32 MB RAM TurboCache)
  • NV GF Go 6600 (128 MB RAM)
  • NV GF Go 7xxx (xxx MB RAM)

Laptops:

MXM type II

available NV cards:

  • NV GF Go 6600, 128 MB RAM
  • NV GF Go 6600, 256 MB RAM
  • NV GF Go 7xxx (xxx MB RAM)

Laptops:

MXM type III

available NV cards:

  • NV GF Go 6800, 256 MB RAM DDR I, MEM 598.5 MHz, CORE 324.0 MHz
  • NV GF Go 7xxx (xxx MB RAM)

Laptops:

  • AMILO 3438G (Go 6800)
  • AMILO 4438G (Go 6800)

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mattman

Toshiba Tecra S3 MXMII go6600 128Mb 300/600

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:) mattman. Although only passive reading once in a while in the last 5 months, i'm aware you're doing a great job here! Keep it up.

MXM Type Width Length Example Configuration

MXM-I 70 mm 68 mm Up to 4 pieces 8Mx32 (128 MB)

MXM-II 73 mm 78 mm Up to 8 pieces 8Mx32 (256 MB)

MXM-III 82 mm 100 mm Up to 8 pieces 8Mx32 (256 MB)

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ECS 910 (EliteGroup) Specification

NVIDIA® GeForce Go 6800 (NV42M, MXM-III)

NVIDIA® GeForce Go 6600 (NV43M, MXM-II)

PCI-Express X16

External 128 / 256 MB DDR VRAM on VGA board

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Ice-Tea

Updated the list on the site with this and a lot of Amilo information.

Also added a 'Hall of Fame', you guys are there off coarse. Hope you like the description. If not, drop me a line. :)

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Ice-Tea

Added a few sections with an oversight of the types and a small 'compatibility' section. I say 'short' because I lack information. Anyone got anything that's lacking from the site?

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Thanks for the update and informing us :)

Should this be some kind of ('official') support/information thread for MXM upgrades (you moderate?)

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Ice-Tea
Thanks for the update and informing us :)

Should this be some kind of ('official') support/information thread for MXM upgrades (you moderate?)

Mhh, yeah, I guess the topic has strained from it's original purpose. A bit redundant, too, with the table on my site and all... Perhaps one could be opened to share all information that is MXM? Perhaps with a warning to check MXM-Upgrade to check if the info is already known?

Dunno..

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mobilenvidia

Ice-Tea do you want to make this your support forum ?

Will be both beneficial to you and us.

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Ice-Tea
Ice-Tea do you want to make this your support forum ?

Will be both beneficial to you and us.

Mhh, I have no idea where all this is going, what to expect or what you expect. Let me update you on the situation.

Currently, I have a website with some information on MXM. I think it is the only one on the net. No matter what happens, I will keep the site open and update it as more infor becomes available or can be found. However, I currently have no MXM cards in my hands. The supplier that agreed to deliver me x700's has been MIA for a week now. As such, it would be rather foolish to call it or make it a 'support forum' for the time being.

That said, it would be great to have a place I can refer too for people to share their MXM information or discuss the contents of the site. Practically, we/you could open a section of your forum dedicated to MXM that I can refer too on my site, obviously while clearly mentioning the modded driver and all the great work you do here. I guess this would mean increased trafic to your site and a flow of information that's good for both of us.

Furthermore, as I mentioned, I have some spare bandwidt. Currently, I could easily spare about 100GB and up to 4GB of storage. I guess this would help you guys keep the costs down?

I am stil heavily puruing purchasing and distributing MXM cards. I have no idea how things are going to turn out if and when that happens. Perhaps nothing has to change then, perhaps I can carry a larger BW or even cost load, perhaps you guys will grow tired of all the questions, do not wish to be commercially connected,...

Only the future can tell. But my suggestion for now would be: a section in the forum, some cross linking and some hsoting of your drivers.

How about it?

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mobilenvidia

Our storage and bandwidth woes have been fixed were on a new server with oodles of space and bandwidth.

I also have backup servers for the just in case, all this is costing very little (Godaddy)

Thank you for your kind offer.

I'm all for a section just for MxM cards, feel free to push your products here as well.

I'm sure that Rene (RRR) will set this up for you :)

We're all for anything Mobile related specialising ofcourse in nVidia but anything goes here.

By all means keep the site you have setup now.

I just noticed a lack of support forum, this is where we can help out as we're already setup.

And seeing we specialise in Mobile Graphics a perfect compliment to both our operations.

This will be good to have access to a unique market of MxM cards for our users that would like to upgrade at some point.

Feel free to host drivers, but you can just point them to the Driver database or the forum links.

Here is all the info and feedback on the drivers.

If you would like direct access to the drivers let me know, I have turned on Hotlinking (so no outside links can access the files), I can easily add your your address to allow access.

Keep in touch.

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Ice-Tea

Ok, then. I'm setting up a page for linking to this place in general and a MXM(when it's available) section in particular later today, maybe tomorrow. I agree this will benifit us all. Perhaps I could be granted some devine modding powers for that section? :(

Seeing how you have no BW issues, I don't see the need to host the drivers. And since you have everything nicely set up here, I think I'm just gonna link to the correct page. I hate reinventing hot water :)

The reason I currently offer x700 is that it's the only one I was offered :) I would actually prefer nvidia, which is more logical as well, seeing how they set up the standard. Again, time will tell :P

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mobilenvidia

Sounds good, I'm not shy to recommend ATI products when there are no better nVidia ones.

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Ice-Tea

Uped a 'forum' page, but without the correct link while waiting for the section. It f***** up the navigation bar, though. I'll fix it when adding the correct link.

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Forum link looks good :)

i take care of it. just give me a few hours. i'm at work right now, so get disrupted all the time...

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MSI MegaBook L725 Go6600 MXM?

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Ice-Tea
MSI MegaBook L725 Go6600 MXM?

Everything points in the right direction. But I can't comfirm it. Not for a lack of trying, tho :)

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The specs differ a bit. MSI doesn't mentoin MXM.

Alb-Computer.de _does_ mention MXM at EBAY:

http://cgi.ebay.de/MSI-L725-17-WSXGA-Centr...1QQcmdZViewItem

They do not mention MXM at the Specification page for L725 at their Homepage, though :)

Nice guys, i had contact with them a year ago. Maybe they bring in some light in this case if you contact them.

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Ice-Tea
The specs differ a bit. MSI doesn't mentoin MXM.

Alb-Computer.de _does_ mention MXM at EBAY:

http://cgi.ebay.de/MSI-L725-17-WSXGA-Centr...1QQcmdZViewItem

They do not mention MXM at the Specification page for L725 at their Homepage, though :)

Nice guys, i had contact with them a year ago. Maybe they bring in some light in this case if you contact them.

From alb -computer? I might try that. It's now on my "to do" list. On page 721 or something :)

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:) good luck

oh and btw MSI has a branch (HQ of Europe) in Frankfurt :)

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alexandertyler

What does the Clevo D900T use? If it’s not MXM, is it some proprietary thing? Can it be modded for MXM or is the MoBo completely different?

Thanks

ALEX

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Ice-Tea
What does the Clevo D900T use? If it?s not MXM, is it some proprietary thing? Can it be modded for MXM or is the MoBo completely different?

THANKS,

ALEX

Hi There Alexander,

There has been some confusion about this one for quite some time. But the official answer I got is always: proprietary. When I asked the Clevo representative at CEBIT what the differences were, he replied 'yes' to my question if the pinning was different. I'm not sure if he understood the question, as he was asian with limited knowledge of the language of Shakespeare.

So, 99% sure it's not MXM.

Ice-Tea

MXM Upgrade

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