2019 16" MacBook Pro (RP5500M) [9th,8C,H] + RTX 2080 Super @ 32Gbps-TB3 (Razer Core X) + Win10 1909 [khaliq]
Version: 0.10.251 64 bit http://cuda-z.sf.net/
OS Version: Windows x86 6.2.9200
Driver Version: 432.00
Driver Dll Version: 10.10 (22.214.171.12400)
Runtime Dll Version: 6.50
Name: GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER
Compute Capability: 7.5
Clock Rate: 1830 MHz
PCI Location: 0:129:0
Threads Per Multiproc.: 1024
Warp Size: 32
Regs Per Block: 65536
Threads Per Block: 1024
Threads Dimensions: 1024 x 1024 x 64
Grid Dimensions: 2147483647 x 65535 x 65535
Watchdog Enabled: Yes
Integrated GPU: No
Concurrent Kernels: Yes
Compute Mode: Default
Stream Priorities: Yes
Total Global: 8192 MiB
Bus Width: 256 bits
Clock Rate: 7751 MHz
Error Correction: No
L2 Cache Size: 48 KiB
Shared Per Block: 48 KiB
Pitch: 2048 MiB
Total Constant: 64 KiB
Texture Alignment: 512 B
Texture 1D Size: 131072
Texture 2D Size: 131072 x 65536
Texture 3D Size: 16384 x 16384 x 16384
GPU Overlap: Yes
Map Host Memory: Yes
Unified Addressing: Yes
Async Engine: No
Host Pinned to Device: 2079.01 MiB/s
Host Pageable to Device: 1800.38 MiB/s
Device to Host Pinned: 2500.54 MiB/s
Device to Host Pageable: 2150.43 MiB/s
Device to Device: 169.043 GiB/s
GPU Core Performance
Single-precision Float: 12.0323 Tflop/s
Double-precision Float: 388.524 Gflop/s
64-bit Integer: 2660.09 Giop/s
32-bit Integer: 11.7983 Tiop/s
24-bit Integer: 11.5779 Tiop/s
Compared to my previous computer with a 6th generation i7, the new 9th generation i9 processor really allows the 2080 super to shine. I've had a great experience playing CPU heavy games such as Boneworks, which my previous device could not handle.
@khaliq, Thank you for sharing this excellent build! I see you like the first model year of a new product line :-D. Most of the time you end up with something like the 2016 15-in MacBook Pro which takes a tremendous effort to set up an eGPU. The 2019 16-in MacBook Pro has so far been a much better product.
@itsage, Yeah I guess I like shiny new things, even if it’s to my detriment! But honestly, this device is a significant upgrade from the 2016, the processor is easily twice as fast on general tasks, and with the improved cooling I’m constantly getting turbo boost without any thermal throttling.
I was pleasantly surprised by how easy the setup was with the 2019.
Now for internal display acceleration I think you need to tinker around a little bit, but nothing as complicated as the 2016.
I’ll post some more info once I’ve tried some games with the internal display!
So do you have to boot into Windows and then plug in the eGPU? Or can you cold plug?
Also, any idea how this setup would behave on MacOS?
Same here, I am interested in knowing how this works in macos and if cold booting to macos and windows works
@alexxxst, My Bluetooth is working fine. If you have issues, try disabling it in device manager before your last shutdown and then enabling it once you got back up.
I had some issues with it disappearing in the beginning, but have not had issues since disabling/enabling it in device manager once.
I've not had any issues with Bluetooth recently either. Hot plugging as soon as I get to the windows desktop seemed to help avoid issues, but now I think maybe a windows update may have made this work properly even if I don't.