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Knight Rider
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hello every one and thanks for your helpfully feed back
guys I have msi gl62m 7rex :
cpu i7 7700 quad core
gpu: 1050ti 4gigs
ram: 16gigs dd4
im about to buy the RTX 2060 and the device adt-r43sg with proper power supply for the RTX guy.. 
my question is : could I face a huge problems
note: I will use the ssd m2 in my laptop
thanks in advance .. I wish you guys if you pleased reply ASAP 
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B Wesley
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It's impossible to know the problems you will face, in advance, except to study the troubleshooting guides here and elsewhere.

 

I can say my laptops all had Error 43 and were initially fixed with the Error 43 Fixer

I can say that PSU power capacity really does matter, and that I think dangly ATX PSU's hanging off your finished product are inherently dangerous, but that last bit is just my own conjecture/paranoia. 

Other than that, if you correctly identify the port interfaces and buy a compatible riser, it could be as simple as plug-and-play or near it.

Good luck, along the way! 

Sys1: MITX Desktop in InWin Chopin
i5-4570 + 1060 6GB + PCIe 1x adapter (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys2: Dell 15 Latitude 3542
i3-4030U + 1060 6GB + mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys3:Dell 14 Inspiron E5450
i7-6500U + 1060 6GB + NGFF M.2 A/E --> mPCIe adapter
+ mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys4:Pending


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Knight Rider
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@b_wesley
I appreciate your kindly response sir.
sorry for the delayed reply.
I'm sure I have the  m2 port -that where my SSD dude sits 
I don't have Thunderbolt 3 ports that's why I'm going to use the ADT-Link-r43s adapter
I search over the web and googling over and over and I found that RTX 2070ti guy works great!! on much older gear:
https://egpu.io/forums/builds/2012-14-thinkpad-t430-rtx20704gbps-ec2-exp-gdc-beast-8-4d-win10-ursubpar/
I will use the ADT-Link-r43s adapter instead over the BEAST DEVICE v8 or later coz I'm hearing it will make signal and fps dropping.
so, my friend, I'm very pleased with your advice and thank you very much..

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B Wesley
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@knight-rider Glad to help!

You have an M.2 port --
Is it M.2 A-E Key?  M.2 M-Key?
Is the M.2 MSATA-only? Or Is the M.2 giving you PCIe?

That determines what kind of PCIe riser adapter you can use. The ADT-Link-r43s should be an excellent solution. Often easiest answer is to cannibalize the WiFI card slot because that's *almost* always some flavor of PCIe connection.

Sys1: MITX Desktop in InWin Chopin
i5-4570 + 1060 6GB + PCIe 1x adapter (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys2: Dell 15 Latitude 3542
i3-4030U + 1060 6GB + mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys3:Dell 14 Inspiron E5450
i7-6500U + 1060 6GB + NGFF M.2 A/E --> mPCIe adapter
+ mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys4:Pending


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Knight Rider
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@b_wesley Thanks again friend
here is a full reply from the manufacturer:
said by the official website here   https://www.msi.com/Laptop/GL62M-7REX/Specification
The laptop currently you owned only has one M.2, and it supports both NVME PCIe and SATA, FYI.

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B Wesley
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You can either use the HDD slot for a SATA 2.5" SSD and canabalize the M.2 slot, or else you can swap out the WiFi card and use the mPCIe slot, sounds like ...

Sys1: MITX Desktop in InWin Chopin
i5-4570 + 1060 6GB + PCIe 1x adapter (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys2: Dell 15 Latitude 3542
i3-4030U + 1060 6GB + mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys3:Dell 14 Inspiron E5450
i7-6500U + 1060 6GB + NGFF M.2 A/E --> mPCIe adapter
+ mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys4:Pending


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Knight Rider
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(@b_wesley)
My friend don’t you think the adt-r43s is better in my case using the m.2, rather than using WiFi slot regarding to stability issues and frame dropping ?
thanks to you.

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B Wesley
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If you can be okay with just SATA speeds for your system disk, and get a 2.5" drive for your storage? Sure. 

According to this article, NVME slots are consistently M Key, so that helps.
It's frustrating how M.2 slots can bea  roll of the dice -- both my available laptops with M.2 slots use A-E key, which is somewhat less common.

Sys1: MITX Desktop in InWin Chopin
i5-4570 + 1060 6GB + PCIe 1x adapter (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys2: Dell 15 Latitude 3542
i3-4030U + 1060 6GB + mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys3:Dell 14 Inspiron E5450
i7-6500U + 1060 6GB + NGFF M.2 A/E --> mPCIe adapter
+ mPCIe adapter for PCIe 1x (over USB3.0 copper)
Sys4:Pending


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Knight Rider
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@_wesley
thank you very much for this useful article
i will keep it in mind 
but bro I’ve read about this issue:
https://egpu.io/forums/expresscard-mpcie-m-2-adapters/stability-problem-with-exp-gdc-beast-v9-0b-m-2-and-dual-hdmi/
The user used the beast device and have a stability issues, and they recommend him to use the adt-r43s
so I’m too hesitated to use the beast over my WiFi slot or M2 port that’s why I’ve chosen the adt device
note: indeed my friend I have Samsung 950 2.5” ssd hard disk that I replaced the mechanical one.
note2: the guy computer same as mine.

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