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My problem is that after buying the "exp gdc v8" by bangood and trying to install an eGPU on my Dell Inspiron N5110 with an MSI GTX 1060 GAMING X 6GB GDDR5
I do not get the expected result.
Another thing to keep in mind is that the BIOS of this computer is junk and does not allow switching between dGPU and eGPU
I will explain in several cases, in which the graphic card is correctly connected:
1- After turning on the power supply and connecting the HDMI-miniPCI-E cable, and the HDMI cable of the graphic to an external monitor and turning on the notebook, the screen remains black with the computer fan running.
After a few seconds the graphics fans turn off and the computer continues with the black screen.
2- After turning on the power supply and connecting the HDMI-miniPCI-E cable, and the HDMI cable of the graphics card to an external monitor and turning on the notebook, the computer turns on normally and even, in the device manager, appears in The screen adapters section, the graphic card with a yellow triangle error.
Now, what I did was take an old graphics card and do step number 1. To my surprise, everything was on wheels, installed its driver and worked wonderfully.
Could the NVIDIA GTX 1060 not be compatible for some reason?
Thanks in advance
By HANS VOLKBERG
Hey people i have some nvdia driver problems with my alienware m17r4 gtx 870m !So can you tell me how could i run 375.76!When i try installing it doesnt recognise my gpu! I have disabled my DSE!I cant install any new drivers pls help!!At the moment im with 344.75
Hi all! Still work in progress, i will publish photos soon.
Mac mini 2014 - i5 2,8Ghz
512GB PCIe blade SSD
960GB SanDisk Ultra2 SSD sata3
Just a quick benchmark for show you 15x increase performance!!!
Valley 4K high 2x
iris 5100 integrated: fps 1.9 score 78
Nvidia GTX 970 AKitio: fps 32.4 score 1357
updste: selling it at 550€!