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Ruben Chido
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I bought an exp gdc mini pcie adapter for my graphics card and i get lost with ports cause i though that in my lap there's only  mini pcie but when i opened it, it was ngff soooo can i buy an adapter from ngff to Mini pcie it still works?

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chasseur_de_mer
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@ruben_chido, in theory your EXP should work even if you replace the HDMI to mini PCIE cable with an HDMI to NGFF cable.  However, to better ensure the compatibility of your setup, I suggest that you look at other setups in the Builds section, then in the filters select "EXP GDC" enclosure, the pick the graphics card you're planning to use, and select a laptop model that's closest to yours.

You can look at my build link below for an EXP setup with a GTX 970 and a Lenovo Ideapad 330.

Other setups might show potential complications. For example, in many cases GTX 1050s and other more recent NVIDIA cards often need some kind of bios fix or other solution such as Nando4's nvidia-error43-fixer.

 

2018 14" Lenovo Ideapad 330-14IGM [7th,4C,P] + GTX 970 @ 4Gbps-M2 (EXP GDC 8.x) + Win10 [build link]  

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Ruben Chido
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@chasseur_de_mer, ok i'll check thanks for your help

 

To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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