[Solved] I just want to ask before I purchase questions
Hello! I have a Lenovo Thinkpad L440 notebook. I want to put an EGPU on it, it has an M2 input with key B, I wonder if I can put the EGPU with NGFF input on it?
I have an vivobook m509d Ryzen 5 3500U with 12gb ram, its ok but im looking for the opportunity to add an m.2 egpu.
This laptop come with 1 M.2 Pcie Nvme and other Sata hdd drive (Custom), is possible to install an eGpu on the M.2 or on the wlan card?.
Thank you very much.
If I buy a universal Docstation thunderbolt 3 is I put it in my notebook HP 250 G3 that unfortunately my pc has only USB no USB type C, is then after I buy the external video card slot could work?
Give me some tips.
Thank you and I'm waiting for answers.
Hi all, I want to find out if my laptop can support an egpu, it runs fine on games but if been thinking of getting an egpu for it to boost the performance and quality, the laptop I have is a Lenovo Idepad 330S and I plan to add a GTX 1650 SUPER and connect it with the EXP GDC, is this compatible for my laptop? or does my laptop not support it at all? Also I want to find out if you need an external monitor to use an egpu. I'd be enlightened to find an anwser to all these questions and save a bunch of time.
My Laptop Specs
AMD Ryzen 5 2500U w/ Radeon Vega 8 Graphics
8 GB of RAM
GTX 1650 SUPER link:
I went to install my riser cable which is mini-pcie for pci x16, but when opening the notebook, I realized that the entry was smaller. Can you help me find out what equipment I should use to make eGPU?
I need to know if it is ngff, and if it is this link cable is it for use in eGPU? https://pt.aliexpress.com/item/32840239970.html?src=google&albch=shopping&acnt=494-037-6276&isdl=y&slnk=&plac=&mtctp=&albbt=Gploogle_7_shopping&aff_atform=google&aff_short_key=UneMJZVf&&albagn=888888&albcp=1626568036&albag=65942329430&trgt=539263010115&crea=pt32840239970&netw=u&device=c&albpg=539263010115&albpd=pt32840239970&gclid=Cj0KCQjwg8n5BRCdARIsALxKb97vUrDakJepg59DzR6_ch1ZOX9YkgSSL4xlEShG8lJ5IQaEPO8bnhsaAty0EALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
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Sry. did not know what topic to put this under. I have a fairly recent HP notebook (i5 8250u 12gb Ram) I know about the hp whitelist on the ngff port which I am planning on using. I am asking 2 questions
1.Can I get the eGPU to be detected and work
2.I need to put the access panel/bottom cover back on so how would I do that
So I have a HP Elitebook 8560p that has a dedicated AMD Radeon HD 6470M gpu and does not have an integrated gpu enabled. I can no longer install gpu drivers because everytime I try to do so, the laptop would just go garbled display and crash giving a BSOD Video TDR failure atikmpag.sys error.
It seems like my only options are buy a new motherboard or try an egpu.
I would like to go the egpu route but I don't have any Idea if this is possible in my laptop. I don't intend to use it as a gaming rig just work and I am only after the proper resolution because right now I have Microsoft basic adapter working and the resolutions is awful. I have a gts 450 1gb gpu laying around that I want to use and a sufficient PSU. What type of dock connection should I buy for my laptop?
Any help is much appreciated.
Hello my friends. I have a Probook 6475B (AMD A10 5750m 3.5 GHZ, 12gb RAM, Radeon 8650G). I would like to ask a few questions. It has an ExpressCard 54mm slot and also the mini pci connection of the wifi. I saw that there are EGPUs that also connect to the Express card. Is there a difference between the two? Which would be better? Based on the configuration of my notebook, which cards would be most suitable? And finally, does it make a difference to be DDR5 or DDR3? Thank you all