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aaurnab    11
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My system

15.6" Lenovo Thinkpad P50 20EN

 

i7-6700HQ 2.6Ghz CPU

40GB RAM 2133mhz ddr4,

Win 10 x64

BPlus PE4L-EC060A 2.1b eGPU adapter

GTX 960 DDR5 4GB

350 W power supply result as attached pictures...

 

facing with windows crashing initially, updating driver problem solved... no 1.3 setup needed,

from bios discreet graphics selected otherwise system will not start....

1st have to install intel driver, then quadro driver, Plug PE4L, will be noticed new graphics adapter, then install latest Nvidia driver, mine is 378.49, 

 

That's it...

Cpu core i7.png

GPU-Z GTX 960.gif

GTX 960+PE4L 2.1b Thinkpad P50.PNG

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aaurnab    11

Actually yes, but it shows two GPU in Device panels..... my laptop set to Discreet GPU and eGPU is disconnect now..

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