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Condition: Used Warranty: None Reason for sale: No longer needed Payment: PayPal Item location: North Hollywood, California, United States Shipping: Local pickup, Postal service, UPS, FedEx International shipping: No Handling time: Ships within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment Feedback: NotebookReview Forum Feedback Thread, eBay Feedback Profile Specifications: http://www.hwtools.net/Adapter/PE4C V4.1.html Used for roughly for about a month and a half in the setup shown here : http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/egpu-results-clevo-p870dm-g-gtx1080-tb3-hdk-pe4c-v4-1-m-2-ngff.796773/ THIS IS THE M.2 / NGFF version - PE4C-M4060A V4.1 Works great with my Clevo P870DM-G at full PCIe 3.0 x4. I did not have any issues what so ever on my system, and was plug and play. Depending on system, tweaking might be needed. This was purchased from M-Factors (http://www.mfactors.com/). Im not sure if bPlus provides any warranty on these, if there is, i will be happy to provide you with the invoice / proof of purchase etc. Everything that came with it is included. Please note that , the current price for the same is $200 on the HWtools website, and it is not available for now at m-factors. Im selling it for the price i paid for it (plus shipping), even after which it is a pretty decent deal. I have an EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G1 power supply that i was using with the setup, for sale here :
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Hi all, I have been trying to get an eGPU implementation working on my T450s. The only option I could find for it is through its NGFF slot, which I think is only 1x speed. I picked up the eGPU adapter from yoybuy: http://www.yoybuy.com/en/Show/40808703110. The graphics card I am testing with is the Zotac 750ti. When plugged into the T450s before boot, the laptop won't post and gives 2 beeps. It does let me chainload, however I can't seem to get the device to show up in the device manager or in Setup 1.30. It's plugged into the port that the wifi chip was in, so it should support more than just SATA right? Anyways, NGFF eGPU setups seem like uncharted waters, but if anyone has tried this form factor before, please let me know. Cheers, James
Hello, I soldered a NGFF connector to my laptop's motherboard a few days ago, and I installed a 128GB MyDigitalSSD SSD and it is not being detected in the BIOS, and I can't find it in the disk management either. I called Lenovo technical support the day before soldering it and they told me that installing the connector should be enough, no additional ICs or controllers are required, and I called them again yesterday, and they told me that they don't have access to such very technical information I tried a few solutions,including : 1. Switching the boot to Legacy instead of UEFI.(Stopped working since I updated the BIOS yesterday) 2. Reinstalled the chipset driver. 3. Installed ExpressCache and it didn't work either. Note: The SSD seems like it is getting power since it is heating up while I'm using the PC. Q1: Is there a way to know whether the connector is recognized by the device? Q2: I bought a NGFF to SATA connector to check whether the SSD is defective, but its arriving in a month from now, so is there any other way to do that without using any equipment? Thanks, Hush