Has anyone seen MXM?

Subject: Mobile | January 30, 2007 - 03:36 PM |
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Two years ago nVIDIA announced an easy way to upgrade video cards in laptops, a socket design they labeled MXM.  Without MXM, [H]ard|OCP describes the process as involving "screwdriver, pliers, thermal compound, Dremel rotary tool, two resistors, variable resistor, wire strippers, soldering iron, double-sided tape, BIOS upgrade" and even more.

Read on to find out more about MXM technology and why the major laptop makers have not included it yet.

"Two years ago, NVIDIA announced its MXM socketed initiative for the GPU mobile market. This new technology would allow for a

modular GPU slot in all laptops, thus making servicing and upgrades much easier. Two years later, still nothing. Why?"

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