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  1. Has someone already tested Setup 1.x with Windows 10 after a clean install? Any problems or advises? I'm still waiting for the DreamSpark release.
  2. Referring to my old benchmark results, I experimented with some overclocking settings with my GTX 760. I recognized that the clock and memory speed, in comparison to other 760 cards, were reduced by factory. With ~12% overclocking the results are much better. I couldn't believe that the difference would be so huge. Probably I will give also CPU undervolting a try. all with external display: 3dmark06, 3dmarkVantage, 3dmark11, 3dmark13 Specs: Lenovo T530 Intel i7-3630QM, 8GB DDR3 RAM, HD4000 + Quadro 5400M Inno3d GTX760 Herculez 2000s - 2GB - GTX760@x1.2Opt Windows 7 Prof. / 64 Bit eGPU setup: PE4L v2.1b with EC2C (100cm) 450W SFX-PSU Setup 1.3 external: 23" 1920x1080 Nvidia driver 344.48
  3. Hi, I have two questions which are still unsolved in the German forum. 1) Is a Quadro 2000 for eGPU supported by Optimus? It has a Fermi Chip and he used the latest driver of the Quadro but Optimus seems to be not activated. Probably the driver is too old and doesn't have Optimus yet included? 2) Another user has a Samsung NP350V5C-A0E and he was already able to establish a connection over mPCIe. He has a Intel HD as iGPU and already deactivated the AMD dGPU with Setup 1.x. The TOLUD is 3,0GB. He is using Win 8.1 (GPT) and was forced to use an USB-Stick for Setup 1.x. He deactivated also Secure Boot and switched to "UEFI and Legacy OS". Setup 1.x Screen #1, Screen #2 Chainloading by mbr leads to this, with gpt to this.
  4. Hi, in the German forum we have a little bit annoying problem with the special case of a X230 in combination with a eGPU. As you know the Lenovo X230 has the unique situation of two TOLUD tables. The guy already posted something on the Lenovo forum: Do you have any idea what could fix his problem?
  5. Have you also tested with some benchmarks? Obviously 3Dmark11 and 13 showed up at the end that the driver can't be recognized. The results are quiet the same as with the old driver. Only with Vantage I got a 17,67% better result... from 24.062 (334.89) to 28.314 (337.50). In addition I had some problems with Optimus recognizing my TFT. Beta driver...
  6. The same situation for the new "G4" devices of Village Instruments (ViDocks)... their Thunderbolt-device also has not passed the Intel certification process. ^^ I found another Thunderbolt solution... called nanoCUBE. Unfortunately this device is quiet expensive with $435 (incl. case) but it seems to be available.
  7. Great... until now I didn't know someone who has yet this adapter. Im looking forward to your review! In our German forum we also saw this Chinese adapter... but we were not sure, if this offer is reliable.
  8. Here are the new two variants (EC2C and PM3N) of the PE4C already listed. I don't see big advantages in comparison to the PE4L v2.1b... only the SWEX has benn integrated and the price is lower.
  9. @Tech Inferno Fan: Is the Setup 1.20 already final and is there also a changelog available? I would be interested which "+more" features are included.
  10. Yes... "low"... ^^ 111 points difference. But my scores in 3dmark06, in particular the GPU scores, are higher than yours.
  11. Hm, I reinstalled the driver and now the result is 6867 points in 3dmark11 for the external display. By the way the new GTX760's are only new labeled GTX660 Ti with an higher clock and more bandwith which results in ~10% more performance. I took the new one cause the difference in price was only 17€.
  12. So I will not be able to complete this benchmark results, cause I alredy sold my old GTX460 Hawk. Now I have a Inno3D GTX760 Herculez 2000s, which fits perfectly in my modified Lian Li Case. Here are my new benchmarks: 3dmark06 (1280x1024):+++++++++++ 3dmark Vantage: ++++++++++++++ 3dmark11: - internal display: +++++++++++++++++ - internal display:+++++++++++++++ - internal display: - external display: ++++++++++++++++- external display: +++++++++++++++ - external display: heaven (1280x800): - internal display: - external display: Specs: Lenovo T530 Intel i7-3630QM, 8GB DDR3 RAM, HD4000 + Quadro 5400M Inno3d GTX760 Herculez 2000s - DirectX11 - GTX760@x1.2Opt Windows 7 Prof. / 64 Bit eGPU setup: PE4L v2.1b with EC2C (100cm) 450W SFX-PSU Setup 1.x (110b5) with Update for Intel7-Chipsets external: 22" 1680x1050 LCD Nvidia driver 320.49
  13. But that would be a contradiction to my information... Bplus told me, they had tested it with an Thinkpad X220. ^^
  14. So, here are my new benchmark results. Probabyl I'm going to by a new GPU this month... I' very interested in the Herculez 2000s of Inno3D which has a very compact design (200.2mm x 111mm). I'm not sure if I should invest in a GTX660TI or the new GTX760. The difference in performance is only 5-7%. - 21668 points in 3dmark06 (1280x1024) - 15382 points 3dmark vantage (1280x800) - other benchmarks will follow Specs: Lenovo T530 Intel i7-3630QM, 8GB DDR3 RAM, HD4000 + Quadro 5400M NVIDIA GTX 460 1GB (MSI HAWK) - DirectX11 - GTX460@x1.2Opt Windows 7 Prof. / 64 Bit eGPU setup: PE4L v2.1b with EC2C (100cm) 450W SFX-PSU Setup 1.x (110b5) with Update for Intel7-Chipsets external: 22" 1680x1050 LCD Nvidia driver 320.49
  15. Ah ok, I thought it would be a Core2Duo machine. Sry!
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