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Samsung RV520 + GTX 650 TI BOOST + EXP EDC BEAST 8.5c - Error 12

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Hi guys, I need some help from you guys if you wouldn't mind. :angel: I'm useless

Specs:-

Samsung RV520
8gb DDR3
I7 2720qm @2.2ghz
1x HDD 500gb
1x HDD 300gb
Nvidia GTX 650 Ti BOOST
EXP GDC BEAST 8.5c
DIY Setup 1.3
DELL 220w PSU

After a lot of messing around I have managed to get this egpu to work when downgrading to 2gb, Which makes me think I just need to change my TOLUD to get it to work. I have read and tried to make a successful DSDT file however I don't really know what I'm doing with these driver edits and haven't been able to get it to work particularly the error fixing on compiling the dsdt.

However When I did have it working on 2gb ram. I ran heaven Bench, The GTX 650 under load makes strange noises and crashes the display driver multiple times. Could any of you more knowledgeable individuals give me a hand please :) Thanks

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