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  1. hello to all eGPU Workers out there :D. I am happy cuz I finally figured out how to make EXP GDC work on my ASUS n55SF. follow these steps: 1.mode your bios so you can access in chipset configuration in bios setup(you need to follow some weird and complex step for it just google it). 2.all steps are like n53 model but the only thing is different is where you change your type of GPU (chipset-->graphics setting) instead of using iGFX, put that value to PCI , and then save ,plug in your eGPU and then you can boot in to windows normally without any problem so you can install your eGPU driver and .... like other guides . 3. no need to any change on EXP GDC himself(start before laptop start or start delay ....) THE IMPORTANT THING IS YOU NEED AN EXTERNAL MONITOR FOR THIS TO WORK !!!! REMEMBER THIS, AFTER CHANGE THAT iGFX TO PCI YOU SHOULD PLUG A HDMI TO YOUR eGPU SO YOU CAN WATCH UR LAPTOP BOOT FROM UR EXTERNAL MONITOR 4 days and nights none stop reading testing (over 100 times restarting laptop :( ) takes for me to finally find this. if this solution works for you, repost this instruction in your own language so other people around the world can use this. personally install ASUS ROG STRIX 1080Ti and tested the following games at full settings: DMC 5 (max setting) Mafia 3 (max setting) Resident evil 2 remakes (have some problem with this I don't know why even this game use the same engine like DMC 5) (only low setting) skyrim special edition (max setting) metro 2033 (max setting) metro the last light (max setting) ace combat 7 skies unknown (max setting) Dota2 (max setting) 60fps V-sync CS:GO this game has an issue like Re evil 2 totally laggy...
  2. actually, I forgot to mention that, I could bypass that blue screen error but in cost of disabling my 2xUSB3 and my Qualcomm LAN network. try this: boot in safe mode open device manager in the system device section find this **Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System** then uninstall it after that, your system will restart and then windows will run in normal mode, and then you can install your GPU driver. I personally install a GTX 650ti and already have tested in Heaven benchmark and got some good results. but when you do this, every time you boot the laptop with eGPU mounted, LAN and 2xUSB wouldn't work but if you disconnect eGPU, your LAN and 2xUSB will work perfectly. pls help me underestand this actually, I forgot to mention that, I could bypass that blue screen error but in cost of disabling my 2xUSB3 and my Qualcomm LAN network. try this: boot in safe mode open device manager in the system, device section find this **Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System** then uninstall it after that, your system will restart and then windows will run in normal mode, and then you can install your GPU driver. I personally install a GTX 650ti and already have tested in Heaven benchmark and got some good results. but when you do this, every time you boot the laptop with eGPU mounted, LAN and 2xUSB wouldn't work but if you disconnect eGPU, your LAN and 2xUSB will work perfectly. pls help me understand this
  3. I have the same LAPTOP as you, and I am trying for 3 days none stop:(( and nothing !!! just like you, I stuck when windows want to start normally and I just tried everything man !!!!! do you reach any solution for this? pls, tell me?
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