2014 12" Fujitsu T734 + [email protected](EXP GDC 8.4) + Win10 [alesso13]
Fujitsu T734 12", i5-4200M, 4GB RAM, Intel HD4600, Windows 10 LTSB
Used DSDT override(got no errors at compiling, cutted old OSs and LPT port) and run PCI-e Compaction in Nando4's 1.35 eGPU setup. I used instructions from this thread https://egpu.io/forums/pc-setup/fix-dsdt-override-to-correct-error-12
All on 1366*768 External display.
3Dmark 11 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/12728221
TimeSpy #1 https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/25947580?
TimeSpy #2 https://www.3dmark.com/spy/3574842
happy with this build. Can play some games on it and then just undock and go on. Special thanks to Nando4 for his wonderful eGPU setup and guides!
Have a Fujitsu T734 with the i7 4712 MQ and even tho I am runing on an old GTX 460, I have tested a GTX 1070 and will get a 1080 runing with the PE4C V3.0 and have to ask what is the link speed you are running on??
I assume you are using the Expresscard variant of the "EXP GDC 8.4".
I am currently running at PCIe 1.1 as all attempts to force the 2.0 end up in error 43 that I can not resolve.
As not sure if anyone can help, running the GPU at this speed works, but I feel that I am waisting a lot of power due to this.
Yes, i am using EC variant of EXP GDC. I forgot add it to the guide or it got cut by editor for some reason.
Curently I use 1.1 x1 connection too. Here is my screenshot of GPU-Z .
I've tried to enstablish x2 connection in nando's setup 1.35(PCI connection -> Gen 2 speed), but failed because of "THREAD STUCK IN THE DRIVER" BSOD error after windows's loading into welcome screen. My BIOS settings is lack of most options like BIOS in almost any other laptop so i think i can't use x2 connection at all.
I am not sure this notebook even have PCIe 2.0 connection. Do a Wi-Fi or 3G\LTE cards even needs more than PCIe 1.1?
For NVidia cards in setup 1.35 in comment section of starting script we have a tip using "call pcicap -d xxx" or "call vidinit -d xxx" (where xxx - your videocard) to avoid error 43. Tho i'm doubt that helps.