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  1. Hi everyone! As described in the title I have a 1) MBP (mid-2012) connected to an 2) Akitio Thunder2 which holds a 3) GTX 750 TI SC. Further specs are: HARDWARE 4) Original Apple TB-Cable 5) new PSUs 5.a) 120 WATT 5.b) 150WATTS 6) various LCD-Displays 6.a) 1280x1024 6.b) 1920x1080 6.c) 1600x1200 6.d) three 1600x1200 at the same time SOFTWARE 7) latest NVIDIA-Driver (346.03.15f02) 8) automate-eGPU.sh v0.9.8 9) MAC OS X, El Capitan 10.11.6 FURTHER INFO 1) I have the MBP in clamshell mode 2) so external monitor(s) is/are the main screen… not the MBP 3) startup is running without any problems THE ISSUE 1) MBP crashes 2) at random events 3) even at low performance... browsing in chrome or anything else normal 4) yes gaming works but also crashes… which is not surprising because 3) 5) all of the configurations mentioned above are not stable 6) even with a small monitor and the 150 WATT PSU 7) Also no difference with three 1600x1200 displays and a 120 WATT or 150 WATT PSU. Also unstable. MY QUESTION(S) 1) So what am I missing here? 2) Any pointers? Many thanks in advance! Bazzinga
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