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  1. Hello clever_bug. - you can use High-End GPUs, but they require higher bandwidth and a good CPU to work fine, that's why you can be disappointed about the performance expectations. The eGPU is made to improve your laptop performance, but if you spend to much in it, it could be more benefit to buy a gaming pc. What is your budget ? - You can watch my second video, i have modified my desk to use an external screen : - For the 3460, there is no other solution. You must remove the hinge because the cable is very rigid and you can't ply it at all. This was the most hard step of the installation, i had to remove the hing and cut a groove in the plastic to let the cable pass. If you find a better idea, do it ^^ - Yes, the GTX 750 Ti consumption is about 60W, but it's more interesting for me if i decide to change my GPU for a more powerful GPU and i didn't want to use a big ATX powersupply with cable everywhere ^^
  2. Hi guys, I'd like to thank Nando for assisting with the DIY eGPU Setup 1.3, the eGPU was a great experience to do, it works perfectly and i didn't expected as much performance for a DIY. In my case, that it is the price worth paying Here's my specs : Notebook Dell Vostro 3460 - 14" - Early 2012 Motherboard HM77 Intel Core i7 3632QM @ 2,2 GHz (idle) up to 3,2 GHz (turbo) - (this is an upgrade from a i5 3210m) 8 GB RAM - 1600 MHz - Corsair Intel HD 4000 No dGPU Internal Screen - 1366 x 768 Windows 7 - 64 bits eGPU gear EXP GDC Beast mPCIe eGPU adapter (bought in June) MSI GTX 750 Ti Twin Frozr (OC version) - 2 Gb - Low consumption 60W - Very quiet Dell 220W DA 2 AC (Powersupply) - No ATX powersupply because the card's consumption is very low and it's directly powersupply by the PCI x16 slot DIY eGPU Setup 1.3 (error 12) DIY eGPU Setup 1.3 configuration PCI Compaction --> !Run Compaction --> eGPU Endpoint --> 4 GB / 56 bits Closeunusedbridges = ON 3DMark Results 3DMark11.GPU=4767 3DMark13-FS.GPU=3839 Video of my setup Comparison Planetside 2 with Intel HD 4000 : 25 - 50 FPS low with a lot of drop to 15 - 25 Planetside 2 with GTX 750 Ti eGPU : 40 - 60 FPS High/Ultra no drop ! Note : To install the mPCI device, it was quite hard and i had to remove one of my laptop's hinge to install it. But now, my laptop is fully closed end fully transportable. If you need any tutorial to do it, contact me !
  3. Hello everyone, My laptop is a Dell Vostro 3460 (2012), here are the specs : Intel Core i5-3210m @ 2,5GHz Intel HD 4000 No dGPU 8 GB RAM Windows 7 64 bit I have ordered an EXP GDC Beast (Mini PCI version) and i want to combine it with a GTX 750 Ti I have seen on a external forum that my laptop could be whitelist by simply changing the Wi-Fi card : https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-Request-Dell-Vostro-3460-Wlan-Whitelist-Removal So i'm wondering that if i change it for the e-GPU, it could be the same...What do you think about it ? Could you be able to know if "1.3 Setup" will be necessary or i need to wait to get the kit to test ? Thank you !
  4. Hi, all is in the title...i don't understand how your website work...I just need informations and all my subject are erased...why ?
  5. Hi, First, sorry for my english (i'm french ^^). I'd like to get an EXP GDC Beast for my vostro 3460 (with an Intel 3210M @ 2.5 GHz) and i'd like to use it with a GTX 750 Ti. My first question is...is it possible ? I know approximately how to set it up in the laptop but i can't manage to imagine if the performance will be there.... Thank you !
  6. Ups, sorry i post on your subject...
  7. Hi, First, sorry for my english (i'm french ^^). I'd like to get an EXP GDC Beast for my vostro 3460 (with an Intel 3210M @ 2.5 GHz) and i'd like to use it with a GTX 750 Ti. My first question is...is it possible ? I know approximately how to set it up in the laptop but i can't manage to imagine if the performance will be there.... Thank you !
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