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Raoul

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  1. I would still like my account to be deleted. Thank you.
  2. I'd like my account to be deleted aswell. I cannot find an option in the profile section to do so.
  3. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    For Sale - Bplus: PE4C version 3.0, PCIe x16 interface for mPICe; Length 60c Specifications Description (derived from Amazon.com): Support two delay switch to avoid registration problems when boot. (SW1, SW3) Support two sets external pin to setup delay time. (J2, J4) PE4C V3.0 is mPCIe 1-Lane 8.0Gbps bandwidth limit passive adapter in compliance with Expresscard 3.0 specification Cable length of 60cm (cable is rather stiff) PE4C V3.0 package DOES NOT include an AC Adapter an APU More information on the adapter: http://www.hwtools.net/Adapter/PE4C%20V3.0.html (see the mPCIe version) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ZI33ZQK/ Condition: Used - Very Good The longer mPCIe fixtures have been removed! (see pictures) Originally bought from M-Factors Storage on Amazon.com on August 30, 2016. Adapter has been used to connect a NVIDIA GTX770 to a SONY VAIO VPCSB2C5E laptop running Windows 10. Transaction Details Shipping with: DHL/Deutsche Post or local pick-up Shipping from: Munich, Germany Shipping to: European Union (free shipping) Switzerland (+10 USD) United States of America (+12 USD) Anywhere else (+12 USD) Price: 47 EUR, 50 USD, or 0.05 Bitcoin Payment: Paypal, Bank Transfer, or Bitcoin Please feel free to contact me! I am happy to answer any questions or provide additional information and pictures.

    50.00 USD

  4. Hi there, sorry to reopen an old thread but I would like to create an advert under "Notebooks and Components" but cannot find the above mentioned button. Under "+ Create" -> Advert all options are greyed out. Any suggenstions? Thank you and best regards!
  5. Thank you @Arbystrider, for your suggestion. Luckily, I could return the existing PSU and replace it with the Corsair VS450 upon @Tech Inferno Fan's suggestion. So far, I have had no shutdowns anymore! Thank you both for your help. It might help others, who are looking into eGPU setups, to include what one has to look for when deciding for a PSU into the FAQ (i.e. not the total wattage, but the wattage supplied via the 12V cables, as I now understood)?
  6. Thank you very much, @Tech Inferno Fan, for your swift answer! I'll try a more powerful PSU and come back to report
  7. I experience the same problems as @aoe2exp has described above, while using a different setup. I'll try to make it as clear as possible: Problem After playing approx. 10 minutes, the eGPU suddenly shuts off, leaving either a black or blue screen of death. Observing the eGPU socket, the problem occurring looks like this [10 secs video] while playing a game: For anyone interested, here are some GPU-Z logs of these crashes: Used Setup General Laptop: Sony Vaio VPCSB2C5E OS: Windows 10 (x64) (freshly installed) CPU: Intel i5-2520M @ 2.50GHz 2.50GHz RAM: 6 GB eGPU Setup iGPU: Intel HD 3000 dGPU: AMD Radeon HD 7400M eGPU: Nvidia GTX 770 with driver 372.70; PCI Express x1 Gen 2; has one 6-pin and one 8-pin contact; Board: PE4C v3.0 via mini PCI-E (removed Wi-Fi card) PSU: Xilence XP400R6 Connected Setup Unused PSU Cables Setup 1.3 (thank you @Tech Inferno Fan) GPU-Z for GTX 770 Tried Remedies Multiple re-installs of OS and drivers (also via DDU and in safe mode) (problem persists) Test of possible driver combinations (Intel/Nvidia, Intel/AMD/Nvidia, only Nvidia drivers installed) (problem persists) Tried changing from Gen2 to Gen1 (problem remains, while eGPU performance decreased) (problem persists) Isolated PSU (problem persists) Tried different chainloader modes (problem persists) Tried replacing the 6-pin cable (from PE4C to GTX770) with the 6-pin cable from PSU (to GTX770) (problem persists) Tried different games (problem persists) Tried PE4C v3.0's "Force Power On" bypass (problem persists) Tried hot-plugging (card cannot be used and fans spin on full blast, card works when plugged in when booting) Possible Approaches? Replace the PSU with a more powerful one? I've read about fuse bypassing here (though for PE4H) - could that be a possibility? Many thank's in advance!
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