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HutsonTech

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About HutsonTech

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  1. I have a 2013 15″ MBPr with GT 750m discrete graphics running Mac OS 10.12.4. I had a successful eGPU build with a GTX 750ti; however, rendering benefits weren’t substantially better in numerous Mac OS apps. Is it possible to enable a RX 460 through eGPU? I was able to get the automate.sh to recognize the RX 460, but after reboot, no RX 460 eGPU. What am I missing? Any help is appreciated! Would you be able to share your steps to get it to work on Mac OS? Thanks.
  2. I have a 2013 15″ MBPr with GT 750m discrete graphics running Mac OS 10.12.4. I had a successful eGPU build with a GTX 750ti; however, rendering benefits weren’t substantially better in numerous Mac OS apps. Is it possible to enable a RX 460 through eGPU? I was able to get the automate.sh to recognize the RX 460, but after reboot into Mac OS, no RX 460 eGPU. What am I missing? Any help is appreciated!
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    MINI GTX 1060

    When can we expect pascal drivers for mac? Is there a link to monitor the progress of the driver releases? I upgraded to a Zotac GTX 1060 from a Windforce GTX 750ti. Works great on my Bootcamp partition, but it won't post on MacOS Sierra partition. If I run the automate-egpu.sh files in the terminal, the program recognizes that I have a GTX 1060 and it says everything is ready to go, but if I reboot the eGPU refuses to post. Need assistance if possible. Thanks! automate-eGPU-master.zip
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    US$189 AKiTiO Thunder2 PCIe Box (16Gbps-TB2)

    I have successfully built an eGPU using this box and a GTX 750ti. I used a female barrel plug to a positive and negative cables. I was able to solder the cables to the back side of the 750ti gpu of the 6pin PCI-e plug. This was a successful. Now I purchased a GTX 1050ti and it is lacking the 6pin PCI-e plug; however, it does have the holes. My question is, could I solder the two cables there again or are they not connected throughout? Thanks.
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