[Solved] I just want to ask before I purchase questions
@vino, you'd need to go back to GTX 6xx or older cards with lower PCIe config space requirements but may still run into issues without the DSDT.
Advise familiarize yourself with the DSDT override for a 2560P/2570P to allow all cards to work.
@nando4, hello sir,
yes, but i need second plan if dsdt problem can't be solved sir. so any gtx 6xx series work sir ?. For example gtx 680 or gtx 690 ?
@nando4, yes, but i need second plan if dsdt problem can't be solved sir
As mentioned before, suggest buy the AMD/Intel/Nvidia video card you want & do DSDT override. DSDT can be created on a professional basis if needed.
So the above mentiond graphics card, will it be compatible with HP 240 G7 of 8gb ram and a cpu of i3-7th gen and a gpu of Intel UHD graphics.
Will it run on the laptop specified above? Also how much will it cost for the external graphics card and its components?
I don't know much about external GPUs..
I can get a mini itx computer with thunderbird port 3 or thunderbird port 4, so it supports an eGPU.
And let's say I put one or even two $200 graphics card into the eGPU.
And I use ffmpeg to encode videos.
Would the eGPU setup be a lot faster at encoding, than a dell laptop with an i7-4600U processor with Intel Quicksync, no eGPU, so that laptop using its own CPU to encode rather than any eGPU?
And if so.. then what kind of eGPU gear(which i'd put with a mini-itx), do I need to get speed that's like 5x or 10x faster than the dell laptop?
I have a acer aspire 4752
and i have a gtx 750
since i dont have the items yet
gtx 750 2gb
can i play dota 2 here?
im pretty short on budget atm
so i bought a mini pcie riser
to connect to my laptop
Thanks for those who answer
Acer Aspire 4752
Intel i3 2350M
Built-In Gpu: Intel hd 3000
EGPU Setup:Mini Pcie X16 Riser
EGPU Hardware: Gtx 750 2GB [not TI]
am planning to buy the beast to connect gpu to by device, and the buyer says it's could be not working for your device because it's not tested and maybe not suitable, how can I check if it's suitable or not,
my device is: OptiPlex 7440 AIO,
It appears that the OptiPlex 7440 AIO does have a PCIe NVMe M.2 port, which is what is required for an M.2 eGPU. However, how difficult it is to access and how well the system will take to an eGPU is not known. I think it is worth a shot, however you should look into the dissasembly of the system to assess how you are going to go about attaching and mounting the eGPU. Furthermore, if your system already has an M.2 SSD installed, you will have to remove it and lose that storage option.
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