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SoNic67

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  1. SoNic67

    eGPU experiences [version 2.0]

    Aaaah, figures... I was lazy I'll try to follow the tutorial.
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    eGPU experiences [version 2.0]

    Today I tried to apply DSDT on my E4310 with the automated files from post #6 of this thread. Blue screen. Restarted with F8 (last good known..) and deleted the DSDT key from registry, because the "E4310-unload.bat" didn't work. Is there anything that I miss?
  3. No, they are not necessarily "optimized". The differences are mainly that Quadro cards are underclocked (compared to GeForce counterparts for lower power), but they have unlocked extra features in drivers. Example - I have two GTS450 cards. I tested them before and they where sucking in AutoCAD. I modded their BIOS to appear as Quadro 2000 (yes on Fermi you can still do that, as opposed to Kepler that requires resistor modification). Tested them again and the AutoCAD part improved. Gaming performance remained unchanged. Compared with a Quadro K2000 that I have at work (higher specs than Quadro 2000), the modded GTS450 win hands down, due to higher clocks. Obviously the power consumption is higher on my modded cards because of that - they are dual slot cards with supplemental power connector as opposed to single slot and no power connector for the real Quadro's. As for the PhysX on Quadro - it can be installed separately (useless IMO, but it can be done): http://www.nvidia.com/object/physx-9.13.1220-driver.html
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