09-17-2017 09:19 AM - edited 05-01-2019 06:00 AM
RTX 2070: M92p -- does not work in M91p
GTX 1060: M920t, M900, M93p, M91p, M90p
GTX 1050 & 1050 Ti: M910t, M900, M700, M83, M92p, M82, M72e, M91p, M71e
GTX 750 & 750 Ti: All models M58 and newer
RX 460: M700 (10GR), M83, M82 -- but beware that while it worked in these systems, newer AMD cards are notorious for not working in older ThinkCentre and IdeaCentre models
GT 1030 DDR5: M910s, M710t, M800, M91p, M91, M90p, M82, M81, M78, M72, M71e, M58, M57 (6072)
Here's an example of what a Passmark system benchmark search result looks like (search on user description and enter your model number), by scrolling right, select best 3D performance, which will rank best graphics cards from the top. The benchmark is also a good way to verify that your system is performing as expected, by comparing to other systems of the same model and/or specs.
I recommend keeping the slot next to a higher spec graphics card free if possible, and in the tower models, install a 'Ventilated PCI slot cover' in the one or two slots next to the graphics card (SFF already has them.) This will reduce the card temps, and help stability and longevity.
09-22-2017 11:28 AM
I use a mp91 7033, and I can say it supports a gtx 1060 6gb (Inno3d X2). I did however remove the motherboard from the original Lenovo case, and I use a different psu.
01-30-2018 06:19 AM
I know this is a old thread but i wanted to add my experience for anyone reading before buying these.I have run many lenovo boards and never had any issues with cards I am using a m93 motherboard in a new case with a 980 hydrocopper no issues at all
04-27-2018 11:45 AM
Happy to report that I got the AMD Radeon RX460 to fully work on a stock ThinkCentre M83 Mini Tower! No PSU or mainboard upgrade needed (as long as you use the 6-pin less variants of the card). More information and link to passmark score here: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkCentre-A-E-M-S-Series/Has-anyone-had-any-success-getting-new-AMD-c...
11-09-2018 04:35 AM - edited 01-14-2019 06:47 AM
Yes it will. I refer you to the 'readme' file described in item 4 of the pinned 'Read First ..' thread. The power supply will need upgrading, and whether the original case and fans can accommodate such a large card and cope with heat output are another issue.