Nvidia GTX 10XX and Nvidia...
So I bought a Clevo P750DM-G a few months ago. Here are the specs:
- Clevo P-750DM-G
- Intel 6700K 4.0GHz CPU
- GTX 980m GPU
- 2* DDR4 2133MHz RAM
- 500G Samsung 850 EVO OS Drive
- 7200 RPM SATA III (storage)
- Windows 10
- Bigfoot Killer Card
Now, I am one of the unfortunate souls to have bought the system right before the Nvidia 10 series cards came out. Now, I am aware that there are other threads about the incompatibility of the 10 series with my system due to MXM formatting changes.
So, my dilemma is as follows. I am thinking about selling off my Clevo P750 (even though it runs perfectly) and buying the same approximate system with a GTX 1070. I mean, I dig this computer and love the power it beholds... but I also plan on playing Star Citizen. And man, that game is taxing. However, I thought I would hold off because the Nvidia Volta cards may be coming out soon. My question is whether I will be able to replace my 980m with a Volta when they become available. Any word on this? Any word on their format?
Also any chance anything has changed with regards to replacing a GTX 980m in a Clevo P750DM-G with a 10XX series?
Thanks for the help!
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