2017 15" Dell Inspiron 7577 (GTX1060) [7th,4C,H] + GTX 1070 @ 32Gbps-TB3 (HP OMEN Accelerator) + Win10 [0rabbit7]
Is that work well with internal display?
I do not understand your question, but I will provide a response as best I can:
- The internal display can be pushed through the external GPU.
- The internal display does not work as well as an external display GPU when running external GPU.
- If you connect a powerful enough graphics card to the eGPU, then it works better on the internal display than the dedicated internal GPU
All is working well, I have a 1080ti in it now. Love the storage feature and it works perfectly as a dock for me.
I ended up formatting my computer, this time thunderbolt 3 was not recognized nor installed. Downloading driver from Intel and seeing how it works:
It is now detected.
When I ran the HP install software, one of them seems to try to reinstall thunderbolt 3, so I got an error saying a newer version exists. I do not know why HP's software is 70mb versus intel at 7mb.
Things seem to be detected now, video - installing now, detection of keyboard, external drive, audio, etc. ,
Sorry for the delay. Absolutely TB3 works perfectly here. I will say sometimes it does thrash the nVidia driver a little bit, and so I have to reinstall.
I actually bought another 7577 for my wife, it works well too!
I'm using a 7577 aswel and I'm looking for a boost in graphics.
Is there any other egpu case besides the omen that works with our dell 7577 ?
I was opting for something like the akitio node pro with a GTX 1080 (ti) because 2nd hand they are dirt cheap since the release of the RTX line.
Is this even possible ? Or are we only able to use just some brands of egpu's?
Hi, Second to Rikky006 here! I also own an 7577 and planning to pair it with Razer Core X and 1660Ti. I also open a thread full of questions regarding this
Basically I want to know the compatibility of this setup and if it's possible. Also did you disable the 1060 max q first before plugging in the Egpu, cause I read that it might have some issues regarding graphics staibility as it will switch between the eGpu and dGpu back and forth, hence causeing the blue screen