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11" Clevo W110er + GTX960@4Gbps-mPCIe (EXP GDC BEAST) + Win7/64 [Timilllo]

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Notebook:

Mountain F11/Clevo W110ER

CPU: i7 3630QM (2.4GHz)

RAM: 8GB 1600MHz

OS: Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Monitor: Samsung Syncmaster T200HD

eGPU Parts

GPU: Gigabyte 960 G1 2GB

Adapter: EXP GDC BEAST mPCIE

PSU: Aerocool KCAS 500W Bronze

How To

1-Uninstall Drivers and restart

2-Disable GT650M and shutdown

3-Conect eGPU and turn on EXP BEAST

4-Turn on pc and install GPU drivers

5-Restart

6-READY TO USE :)

Photos

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Benchmarks

3dMark11

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Source: NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-3630QM Processor,CLEVO CO. W110E

Unigine Heaven 4.0

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UNIgine Heaven 4.0 Tessellation Extreme + CPU UNPARK CORES

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Metro Last Light

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Tomb Raider 2013 Bench (phone photo)

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmMp5sR7B_g

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Thats pretty amazing. How did you connect it inside your laptop? Is it using the little mpcie slot used for the wifi card for example?

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Thats pretty amazing. How did you connect it inside your laptop? Is it using the little mpcie slot used for the wifi card for example?

Yes my friendd, just using the little mPCIE slot used for the wifi card!

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Yes my friendd, just using the little mPCIE slot used for the wifi card!

How many lanes does it have? x4?

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How many lanes does it have? x4?

I don't know sorry :(

According to HWInfo-PCIE Link Speed:

-The dedicated GT650M got 8Gbps

-The eGPU+960 got 5Gbps

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I don't know sorry :(

According to HWInfo:

-The dedicated GT650M got 8Gbps

-The eGPU+960 got 5Gbps

Could you check with GPUZ? When you click the "?" it opens a little test program that runs the stresstest to see the max bandwidth.

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Could you check with GPUZ? When you click the "?" it opens a little test program that runs the stresstest to see the max bandwidth.

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Thanks for looking it up! Seems that it is only running with 500/500 bandwidth which is i think a quite big bottleneck :( But still a major improvement over your iGpu

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Thanks for looking it up! Seems that it is only running with 500/500 bandwidth which is i think a quite big bottleneck :( But still a major improvement over your iGpu

What does 500/500 mean???

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What does 500/500 mean???

That it is running only at PCIexpress 1x speeds. Did you click the ? icon next to the bus interface text to trigger the max speed of your pci express slot? (in GPU-Z)

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Hello,

I have ACER V3 571G and my specification is same like your notebook also i am using galax gtx 960 but i am getting lower performance than you. What is your settings in diy egpu setup and in windows? Could you give me some advice?

Thank you.

@Timilllo

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That it is running only at PCIexpress 1x speeds. Did you click the ? icon next to the bus interface text to trigger the max speed of your pci express slot? (in GPU-Z)

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Fullscreen same result

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Hello,

I have ACER V3 571G and my specification is same like your notebook also i am using galax gtx 960 but i am getting lower performance than you. What is your settings in diy egpu setup and in windows? Could you give me some advice?

Thank you.

@Timilllo

Try to go to nvidia panel and change the bar to "Performance". Also I changed the color resolution to 16 bits and selected "High Performance" laptop plan when gaming.

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Hello,

I have ACER V3 571G and my specification is same like your notebook also i am using galax gtx 960 but i am getting lower performance than you. What is your settings in diy egpu setup and in windows? Could you give me some advice?

Thank you.

@Timilllo

Try to go to nvidia panel and change the bar to "Performance". Also I changed the color resolution to 16 bits and selected "High Performance" laptop plan when gaming.

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@Timilllo

I already did these settings except 16 bits color resolution. Are you doing anythink special in the egpu setup? By the way i am using Windows 10, could i get less performance because of windows 10?

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- - - Updated - - -

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Fullscreen same result

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Try to go to nvidia panel and change the bar to "Performance". Also I changed the color resolution to 16 bits and selected "High Performance" laptop plan when gaming.

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Try to go to nvidia panel and change the bar to "Performance". Also I changed the color resolution to 16 bits and selected "High Performance" laptop plan when gaming.

What i ment is that PCIexpress 1x 2.0 runs at 1gb/s meaning it runs at 500mbs/500mbs up and down. This means the card is being bottlenecked quite hard, but regardless, still offers good performance from you old card.

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Hi folks

 

I am trying to do a project  feels like a project for me -) with w100er - Windows7 , Intel 3632q, HD4000 , dGPU - 650m  and eGPU 1050 - using EVGA 500b as a PSU..

I looked around in the last 3-4 days but I am stuck with error 43 sometimes error 10) .

I installed Prema Bios just yesterday after some worries about ruining my good 11inch  friend , but that gone well.

 

I tried with couple of nvidia packages and on couple of occasions it get to the point of 1050 recognised as such but not starting - because of the error I presume.

 

1) I used safe mode / no network  to deinstall the drivers using DDU

2) Then again in Safe  Mode /no Network i used to install package and disable 650m graphics

3) I looked into Prema Bios but couldn't see any options of PCI enabling for hot swapping  ...?

 

I looked into the corecting the .info files of NVIdia installation but could,n make it up what exactly to write and read that if using Premas Bios could be avoided that step.

 

Any advice which way to go ?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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