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rtx 20xx Max-Q -> rtx20xx Mobile?

ferz

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Max-Q BGA chip failed. Replacement required. Mobile instead of Max-Q it will work?
 

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If its the same socket size. You might need to flash mobile SKU VBIOS, risky business on laptops.
 
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BGA on the Motherboard, or PCI-e mobile Graphics?
I wouldn't want the cost of a BGA chip and reballing.
And then there are white lists to consider, vBios etc.
 

ferz

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If its the same socket size. You might need to flash mobile SKU VBIOS, risky business on laptops.
BGA on the Motherboard, or PCI-e mobile Graphics?
BGA on the Motherboard. (N18E-G1 -bga)
the socket size is the same, the difference in power consumption and core frequencies

"The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20xx Max-Q design is the power saving variant of the Mobile RTX graphics card with reduced clock speeds and power consumption. Therefore, it is suitable for thin gaming laptops."

have a donor - mobile version rtx ,
Max-Q design - almost impossible to find
 
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