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hello poeple,

my current setup is
stock:  hp compaq 8200 elite usdt 135watt power 

Proc: core i3 2100
USB wireless keyboard and mouse
USB Wifi 5g

the advice is a ati radeon mobility 5450M  but i can not find that card!

my question is.

 

what is the maximum tdp of the mxm video card slot in hp compaq 8200 elite usdt

with serial number :CZC13918W

product number: XL511AV

 

i would like to know if the

amd fire pro m6100 with gddr5, 2gb, 

with a presumably a tdp of 75watt

can run in my hp compaq 8200 elite usdt

 

is this possible?

graetings 

willy wonka

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@Willy_Wonka,

 

These MXM cards are nice, but be advised that HP limits the MXM card wattage to around 35 watts.  The HP 'approved' MXM card is the AMD Radeon HD 7650A which has a 33-watt TDP. The Nvidia Quadro M600M has a 30-watt TDP.

 

Whatever MXM card you end up with, you still need an MXM heatsink. The HP heatsink p/n for the aforementioned MXM cards is : 646807-001 (620007-001), as seen here: 

NonSequitur777_0-1663347304378.png

They are difficult to get. One way to get one pretty cheap is to buy an AMD HD5450M (with heatsink) such as this example: Genuine HP ATI Mobility Radeon AMD HD5450M DDR3 512MB Video Card 608544-001 OEM | eBay,, and use its heatsink for a better MXM card

 

Hope this was helpful.

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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The maintenance manual for shows both 135 watt and a 180 watt power supply available on page 38.

I suspect that adding the 75 watt graphics will require the 180 watt power supply:  part # 613766-001

probably the same for the ATI Radeon HD5450M graphics card, 512 MB (without plate) 646812-001

 

according to tech power up the 5450 graphics requires 200 watts so clearly the 135 is not sufficient

the folloiwng HD5450m has a different part number but it might work

https://www.ebay.com/p/1437705615?iid=294576676490

 

is there a url to the m6100 so I can read up on it?    This card looks too big to fit

good luck!


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sorry I forgot the M behind the 5450

but thanks for the link 

the graphics card that i found are linkt 
again thanks for youre reply

the m6100 is 

https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/4000307175148.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.14d05ffc1SO60G&algo_pvid...

 

and the m51 is

https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/1005001268794902.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.4d483bd1owPJBY&algo_p...

 

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@Willy_Wonka,

 

These MXM cards are nice, but be advised that HP limits the MXM card wattage to around 35 watts.  The HP 'approved' MXM card is the AMD Radeon HD 7650A which has a 33-watt TDP. The Nvidia Quadro M600M has a 30-watt TDP.

 

Whatever MXM card you end up with, you still need an MXM heatsink. The HP heatsink p/n for the aforementioned MXM cards is : 646807-001 (620007-001), as seen here: 

NonSequitur777_0-1663347304378.png

They are difficult to get. One way to get one pretty cheap is to buy an AMD HD5450M (with heatsink) such as this example: Genuine HP ATI Mobility Radeon AMD HD5450M DDR3 512MB Video Card 608544-001 OEM | eBay,, and use its heatsink for a better MXM card

 

Hope this was helpful.

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777


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