Where to Find GPU in DMZ, All GPU Locations

Not sure where to find 1 GPU to deliver to the Dumpster Dead Drop near the railroad north of Al Sammam Cemetery? We’ve got you covered! In the “Custom Hardware” mission for the Black Mous faction, players will need to deliver specific hardware components. However, the very first step in this mission seems particularly hard. Players simply don’t know where to get 1 GPU in DMZ. In this guide, we provide several GPU locations in DMZ in order to maximise your chances of finding it.

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Deliver 1 GPU to Al Sammam Cemetery, GPU Locations in DMZ
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Where to Find 1 GPU to Deliver to the Dumpster Dead Drop Near the Railroad North of Al Sammam Cemetery in DMZ Warzone 2

The “Custom Hardware” mission for the Black Mous faction sounds relatively straightforward on paper. However, in practice, it is one of the hardest missions to complete due to the scarcity of GPUs in DMZ. The GPU is one of the rarest items you can find in DMZ (just like in real life, no?). It is incredibly hard to stumble upon it. And, to make things worse, it is a random drop. There are no guarantees that you will find a GPU in any specific place. However, there’s one place where you can farm for much higher chances of finding a GPU.

Firstly, there are higher chances of finding a GPU when looting a computer in DMZ. Thus, the best place to search for a GPU is the Police Academy Server Building. There is a heck of a lot of computers inside of it. Probably around 25 or more. Thus, it’s the best place to search for a GPU in order to deliver 1 GPU to the Dumpster Dead Drop near the railroad north of Al Sammam Cemetery.

The Police Institute is located on the edge of the map at the southeast end of Al Mazrah City. And the secondary Police building is to the right of the main building, across the parking lot to the southeast. Check out our map and images below for the exact location. With that said, our “Deliver 1 GPU to Al Sammam Cemetery, GPU Locations in DMZ” guide is completed.

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