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(Need Help) Akitio Thunderbolt 2 under MacOSX Sierra

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i get strange things with my Akitio TB2 enclusor. I had it working fine on my older MBP with 2 screens and everything running on a GT610.

Unfortunate my MBP died and i bought a 2015 13" MBP.

Now i plugged in the enclosur, installed the script again, so far so good. The system information is saying that the internal and 1 external display is running on the GT610, but when i start a game where i see what Graphic card is used i get the informaion that the inernal Iris6100 is used to in the game.

Further more, if i plug the second screen the whole system freeze. Or if i attach a screen via dvi output i dont see the mouse.


Does anybody had simular problems. Is there a way to really determan what graphic card is really used?


Thanks in advance for any help.



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for better understanding i upload some photos...

1. Benchmark: Graphic card are both seen, but not sure wich was tested. Can someone explain?

2. Laptop is saying it uses only the GT610

3. The actual game i want to play on that setup, tells me it´s using the internal one. i do not have any optiom to change the Graphic card in the game. Normally you do if you have more then 1 available, but in my case not.


For some ideas i´m very happy.



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