2018 15" Clevo P750TM1-G (GTX1060) [8th,6C,K] + GTX 1070 @ 32Gbps-TB3 (Razer Cor...
 
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2018 15" Clevo P750TM1-G (GTX1060) [8th,6C,K] + GTX 1070 @ 32Gbps-TB3 (Razer Core X) + Win10 [Carmonben]  

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Carmonben
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System specs 

8700k 9900k, notebook 1060, 32gb ram, 2*1tb ssd raid, 2*2tb hdd raid 144hz 1080p screen
external 1070  2080ti

eGPU hardware 
Razer core x, mantiz thunderbolt 3 cable

Installation steps 

After installing all native drivers for the base system,  I connected the 1070 and rebooted.
the 1060 (and by extension internal lcd) no longer functions, which is kind of annoying, but no other issues appeared (so far).

 

Benchmarks
it appears to be functioning at full x4 speed, but thats still a significant drop over my previous system

internal gpu (1060):  https://www.3dmark.com/spy/4780525
external gpu (1070): https://www.3dmark.com/spy/4780631
I have acquired a 2080ti, and here are it's time spy results:  https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5380685  

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/41489523

Comments 
in all its a shame i loose the internal gpu and would like to use it as a second monitor, but otherwise its great. i just had to reinstall gpu drivers again.
in the future i can add an additional 32gb ram if i wanted
(also i would have prefered to keep my old, smaller, lighter system)

aida64 ex1070

Update early 2019: i have upgraded to 9900k and it is able to overclock much better than the 8700k was. the 8700k could only push 120w before overheating, with 9900k i can finish cinebench while pulling 165w. actual performance isnt that much better in games but it benchmarks well. 

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2019 Intel Z390 (RTX2080Ti) [9th,8C,K] + GTX 780 Ti @ 32Gbps-TB3 (Razer Core X) + Win10 [build link]  

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Ziggity
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It's not often you run in to an eGPU system like yours, thank you for sharing. Would be interesting to see gaming benchmarks and get an idea of how many FPS can an eGPU setup push when it's not limited nearly as much by the CPU, compared to 15w/45w laptop CPUs.

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Carmonben
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Just name the games and settings, and ill post results (if i have the game)

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Ziggity
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Thanks, much appreciated. I think any modern triple AAA title (The new Assassins Creed games, Rise of the Tomb Raider and so on...) will do. How about 720p at high-ultra settings to see how many FPS the CPU can reach without the GPU bottlenecking the system?

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Carmonben
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I dont have any assasin's creed games, here are my results for rise of the tomb raider 720p very high, smaa, no motion blur

Internal gpu:

external gpu:
looks like this is bandwidth bound at 720p 🙁

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jerry Kansai
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Yes it’s, on 720p it likes running 3Dmark 2001SE on rtx card Mr. Green You’ll get I think better performance on 1440p over 1060 dgpu on this setting. Other things to note, don’t compare 1080p games with over 100fps result with eGPU, egpu doesn’t perform well in this area.

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Dual Monitor Predator XB241YU 165Hz 1440p, LG l24UD58 60Hz 4K
Portable Monitor Magedok 1440p HDR 60Hz usbA/C monitor

 
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Carmonben
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Well in CS go, min settings 1080p, I get higher fps on my 1070 400 vs 300 average,

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Ziggity
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Even for an eGPU, these are pretty decent results! In higher resolutions the performance loss will barely be felt. Looking forward for the next gen of mobile CPUs to hit the market.

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Carmonben
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Well this technically is mobile...

2019 Intel Z390 (RTX2080Ti) [9th,8C,K] + GTX 780 Ti @ 32Gbps-TB3 (Razer Core X) + Win10 [build link]  

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Ziggity
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Yes but I'm pretty sure you your laptop doesn't qualify as a thin and light 😛

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