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  1. And one more thing, If my second question is true, is it also possible to maybe overclock my CPU to at least 4GHz by increasing the Adaptive Voltage to just +250mV(This is based on @tmash's post last April 1)?
  2. Hi All, Do I still have to modify the BIOS image(Hex codes) if I will downgrade my 4700MQ's MC to Version 7? Or is it just the BIOS image + UBU tool that i need(No Hex code modification)? Thank in advance!
  3. @Chewy lol. What's wrong with you? @Mr_Western certainly did not intend to insult you, he was just telling you to stay away from the chinese website for obvious reasons. But if you still want to buy from that website then go, no need to call people names. @Mr_Western Kind sir, don't be discouraged to help by encountering such unappreciative people. If it wasn't for you, I may not be enjoying my eGPU setup. Keep up the good work.
  4. Hi All! First, I would like to thank all the people who helped me in this forum(especially @Mr_Western and @master blaster 2.0). Here is my setup: Laptop: MSI GP60 20D Proc: i7 4700MQ iGPU: HD4600 dGPU: GT740M PSU: Seasonic ECO 400w eGPU: EXP GDC Beast v8.4d(mPCIe) + Zotac GTX1050 mini 2GB After two sleepless nights, I have finally got my eGPU to work with GTX1050 mini 2GB. Here is my step by step guide(compiled from the help of the TI community plus google): 1. EXP GDC Beast settings: ATX:OFF, PTD:OFF. 2. Turn on laptop. 3. Use DDU to remove nvidia drivers. 4. Restart. 5. Disable the dGPU from Device Manager: Thru "View -> Connection Type", then search the node that includes your dGPU, and disable the whole node. 6. Shutdown laptop. 7. Remove the battery and unplug from the charger. 8. Open the back of your laptop and remove the WiFi card. 9. Plug all the necessary cables into the eGPU, and into the laptop's mPCIE slot(WiFi card slot). 10. Turn on the ATX PSU and plug the charger/battery to the laptop. 11. Turn on the laptop. 12. Go to Device Manager and check if your eGPU is detected. It should display as "Basic Display Adapter". 13. Modify the nvidia 372.70 driver inf files using the guides below: nv_dispi.inf = http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=377158 nvmii.inf = http://null-bin.blogspot.com/2015/08/how-to-modify-nvidia-notebook-driver.html 14. After you saved both files above, you must disable the Digital Signature Enforcement of windows 10 to be able to install the modified driver. To do that, use the Top 1 method = http://www.drivethelife.com/windows-drivers/how-to-disable-driver-signature-enforcement-on-windows-10-8-7-xp-vista.html 15. Install the driver that you've modified, then Restart the laptop. Your external monitor should fire up by now. 16. Update your driver to the latest version via the GeForce Experience app. That's it! Enjoy your "new" gaming laptop!
  5. Hi all, I have a problem with my egpu setup concerning error 43. Setup: Msi gp60 laptop UEFI boot(when i enter the bios using DEL key, the external monitor shows up but becomes black when entering windows) I7 4700mq Gt740m Windows 10 64bit Exp gdc beast v8(atx:on ptd:off) Zotac gtx 1050 mini (no 6pin power) Seasonic eco 400 atx psu And here are the steps that I've done so far: 1. DDU. Reboot. 2. Install drivers 372.xx(only gt740m was installed, gtx1050 was shown as "basic display adapter"), 375.xx(both gpus were intalled but i get error 43 for gtx1050). 3. I also tried disabling the dgpu via device manager then repeat steps 1 and 2, but there is still error 43. I hope somebody can help me with this.. Thank you.
  6. I tried the method above but still I get error 43.. did i miss anything?
  7. Hello! I am currently having a problem with my setup. [emoji22] MSI GP60 i7 4700mq GT740m I have a gtx 1050 and gdc beast 8.4d as egpu. Here are the steps i have done so far: 1. Uninstall dgpu drivers 2. Reboot 3. Install latest nvidia driver for gtx1050 4. Reboot 5. Device manager shows that the card is installed but is having a Code 43 error. Do you think it is because I did not disable my dgpu? I tried to find that option but it was not available in the BIOS. Please help. Sent from my SM-A9000 using Tapatalk
  8. @Velcocity I apologize for hijacking you thread. Thanks a lot! I will be using a Seasonic ECO 400w, and I believe it will be sufficient enough to power the card.
  9. @Mr_Western I will take note on the issues you've said as I will be buying the card tomorrow! I hope all works well.. Thanks a lot man!
  10. I apologize for the shameless BUMP, but I have a limited access for this week so I badly need a reply.
  11. Hi @Velcocity! I just have a quick question. Is the pcie slot from the EXP GDC Beast adapter sufficient enough to power up the GTX1050? Thanks!
  12. Hi All, I just have a question regarding this type of setup, EXP GDC Beast 8.4d + Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB. As far as I know, the GTX1050 doesn't have a 6pin power connector. So my question is, will the pcie slot from the adapter sufficient enough to power up the card? Thanks!
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