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nafoo123
(@nafoo123)
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Setup
1) Open the Ddu program in safe mode and remove the nvidia drivers.
2) Device manager 'system devices tab' I've closed the built-in gpu port.
Intel (R) PCIe Controller (x16) '
3) I installed the latest version Nvidia driver.
4) I ran the 'nvidia 43 fixer' program as an administrator for error 43.
5) I can use it on the internal screen.

This topic was modified 1 year ago

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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Eduardo Fernandes
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Hi nafoo123, that is completely normal, on internal screen you should expect up to a 55-60% performance drop, while an external monitor could be as high as 25% only. All with respect to a desktop.

So, please compare your framerates with youtube gameplays using your GPU and same settings, then calculate the loss: 100 - (Your FPS*100/Desktop FPS).

If you notice that the performance drop is way higher than those numbers then I recommend you to use nando's eGPU setup to set your GPU link speed to Gen2, that will help a lot.

If nothing helps please attach a screenshot of 'Graphics Card' tab on GPU-Z ( https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ ), then run Unigine benchmark and take a screenshot of the 'Sensors' tab.

Hope this helps!

This post was modified 2 years ago

GPU: GTX 970 FTW
CPU: i7-3630QM
Dock: EXP GDC 8.0 ExpressCard
Monitor: Sony CPD-G400 1800x1440


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