2012 12" HP 2570P I7-3630QM + [email protected] (EXP GDC 8.4) - DELL DA-2 + Win10 [ehcoboy]
Hi there !
- 12.5" HP EliteBook 2570P
- Core i7-3630QM stock
- 16GB RAM (8+8)
- iGPU Intel HD 4000
- Win 10 Pro 64-bit
- nVidia 770 GTX GAINWARD Phantom
- EXP-GDC v8.4d Express Card version (delay 7sec, usb port desactivated)
- DELL DA-2
- Latest nVidia and Intel Graphics Drivers
- nando’s DIY eGPU Setup 1.35
- DSDT Editor
Actually I had EC pcie 1.2 stability issues before when i was using my old gtx 470, I used copper rubbon on my EC cable, and ferrite on it without any success. The 1.2 Link was working for weeks and then just reliable with a 1.1 link. Then i didn't pay any attention foor a while because I started to use my gaming station.
Now, I need to use a EC2 EGPU so i bought a GTX 770 phantom and it was just a plug and play operation. My only change, use ferrite on the graphic card power cables as indicated on this forum ( don't remember which topic, maybe a Nando idea lol).
I don't know if the ferrite solved my issue or just my GPU switch but it's working like a charm ! ( maybe I'll reinstall windows 10 because i've got stranger bugs since the last creator update).
Don't know if my results r correct regarding my hardware, if someone with similar hardware can indicate if i'm right or not. Asking myself, maybe my power supply is not that strong enought.
If u have some optimisations u r welcome. Anyway can play to PUBG now lol.
- 3Dmark 06
- 0 (SM2.0 Score 7 934, HDR/SM3.0 Score 9 074, CPU Score 6 218) don't know why i've got 0
- 3Dmark 06
- 3Dmark 11
I was able to play (35- 50 fps) to PUGB with ultralow settings @ 1280x720, then i decided to make a windows 10's clean install :
Wasn't able to change resolution and some other options in PUBG and overwatch was running on my igpu. Exept this bugs for PUBG and overwatch, my EGPU setup was running fine.
I received this morning a new Full hd external Display, I can play now to PUBG near from 60fps (min 40 fps i think) with low settings and full hd ! but not stable .
I already have the answer as expected in my first post, my power supply (Dell DA2) is too light for the 230 watts of my GTX770 moreover with a factory O/C. I bought a pc power supply, but forget to bring back the PC power supply ->egpu, for know i've just downclocked my gpu it's good lost some fps but it's stable.
i`ve seen that you are using i7 3630qm on hp 2570p.
it`s everything ok with that processor instaled ?
there are problems with the cooling of the laptop ?