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Dr. Spacetime

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  1. Hey Is it possible for me to connect an eGPU to my laptop via the mPCIe port? I’m trying to connect an eGPU to my laptop, the laptop is a HP Pavilion TS 15 Notebook PC and I’m trying to connect a GeForce GTX 750 Ti via a PCIe x16 adapter (PE4C V3.0) that connects via an expresscard, but the problem is that it turned that out my notebook did not have an expresscard slot (I had somehow mistaken the memory card reader for an expresscard slot), so I tried using an expresscard to USB adapter, the graphic card starts spinning when i start my laptop but it can’t detect the graphics card and I’m having a lot of problems with the drivers, so I’m guessing that connecting it via a USB doesn’t work, is this true? But if this is true I was thinking of instead connecting it via the mPCIe slot, but I don’t know if my laptop is compatible with mPCIe and I’ve also heard that HP whitelists its mPCIe ports, if this is true is there anyway you can get around this? So what do you think, any hope? Some system specs: Operative system: Microsoft Windows 10 Home Version: 10.0.14393 build 14393 Processor: AMD A6-5200 APU with Radeon(™) HD Graphics, 2000 Mhz BIOS version: Insyde F.02, 2013 08-06 RAM: 8,00 GB
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