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2570P Hackintosh with egpu and external 4k display

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My 2570p install El Capitan success. And using egpu ( GTX650ti boost ) lighting the 4k resolution display.

 

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Edited by chouchou

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Just wondering, you did it. I also instal hackintosh in HP 430 notebook. Everything work fine since I use internal display. When I finished egpu project, I can not connect egpu to old external display. The only way is using vga port. I also try to bootflag "nvda_drv=1" after instal nvdia web drive, but the monitor show blank screen.

My question is what is your video output? Vga port or hdmi port?

My notebook spect:
Hp 430 i3 2310m upgrade to i5 2520m
Ram 4gb
Dual os win 7 + yosemite 10.10.5

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My eGPU is GTX650ti boost, it have two DisplayPort and one HDMI. My 4k external display used one DisplayPort.

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An EC eGPU is the final thing on my wishlist when it comes to my 2570P. Do you have suggestions on how to set it up / step-by-step walkthrough? Or can I use the same instructions as for Windows ?

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Hi chouchou i was wondering how did you manage to disable the intel hd graphics?

 

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