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GTX 10 series in laptops-question

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by awesomeboi, May 12, 2017.

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  1. awesomeboi_no_id

    awesomeboi_no_id New Member

    Hey everyone,
    I had a question about the gtx 10 series in laptops. If any of you guys have a laptop with a gtx 10 series, does anyone know the physical dimensions of the gpu only? I know it will vary through out laptops, but a esstimate will be fine

    TL;DR: What are the physical dimensions of any of the gtx 10 series gpu? (laptop)
     
  2. SchlumpfSpielt

    SchlumpfSpielt New Member

    The GPUs alone are quite small. They're only like 3 by 3 cm large. But including VRAM modules and power delivery, It takes up approximately 49 to 100 centimeters square
     
  3. awesomeboi_no_id

    awesomeboi_no_id New Member

    Hey, thanks for the reply!
    wait so are the dimensions 49 by 100 or, or is it the area thats 49 to 100 cm squared? Is it the same size for all, 1050, 1060, 1070, and 1080?

    Do you know the relative thickness, with and without the heatsink?
     
  4. SchlumpfSpielt

    SchlumpfSpielt New Member

    Dude you know that the GPUs are mostly soldered on and have custom designs in every laptop?
     
  5. awesomeboi_no_id

    awesomeboi_no_id New Member

    yes I know, which is why i am asking for the relative size ... but do you know or?
     
  6. SchlumpfSpielt

    SchlumpfSpielt New Member

    What do you need this Information for? Do you want to change or upgrade your laptop GPU?
     
  7. awesomeboi_no_id

    awesomeboi_no_id New Member

    no, I have an Idea in mid, to create my own device ..., still wanna know more? is there a pm on this forum?
     
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