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  1. the below Video is a eGPU performance FPS test for The Division using EXP GDC Beast, Lenovo Y580 and Gigabyte G1 GTX970. the video setting is Ultra and resolution is 1920*1080.
  2. Hi everyone, I've been using external GTX970 for several months with a external monitor. My setup is: GTX970, Macbook Pro 2014 w/ 750m. The issue is that I am currently trying to save space and use internal screen instead. I've read several threads in tech inferno no matter they gave a successful solution or not. The steps I have tried are: 1.Install reFind and run apple_set_os to get Intel Driver 2.Run Integrated.bat downloaded from GitHub 3. Connect eGPU and reboot. Now it has 3 GPU recognized (750m,5200, GTX970 with error message) 4. I disabled GT750m,run integrated.bat again and reboot. 5.Now it has 5200 and GTX970, but the 5200 is running the internal screen and I cannot open Nvdia preference since it says I do not have a Nvdia product. What should I do? At least I make it look like correct by having GTX970 and 5200 both available (and 750m disabled). But it looks like 970 are taking care of a virtual external monitor as I can guess. By the way, every reboot process I've been using comes with the apple_set_os. I am not sure it is the correct process.
  3. Hi All, I've been using my eGPU for several months. But there is always a issue that worries me. It sometimes just does not boot with eGPU connected and I need to reboot it for several times to get it work. It would finally boot but it is really annoying. My setup: Macbook 2014 15' standard 512Gb Storage with 2.5Ghz CPU. GT750m GTX970 Msi Seasonic S12II 520 BRONZE, SS-520GB AKitio Thunder 2 Windows 8.1 Things I have tried: I tried to connect it before I turn on my computer, connect it during the system selection interface. Also, I want to know whether it would improve the situation if I upgrade to windows 10 or newer drivers directly. Since my computer cannot use bootcamp to install windows and I don't know why, I must be careful to do the upgrade. I could not use Boot camp tool in El captian and there is no partition tool in El caption so I went back to Yosemite to get my disk partitioned to install EFI windows 8.1. And then I update back to El captian.
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