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delabarra
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Hi there people. Hopefully you can give me a hand. I´ve tried to get this going with no luck. I have a EXP-GDC v8.4 on an HP Envy M4 (M4 1150la) via PCIe to a Gtx660 and an old HD4870.

HD4870 results in a no detection at all of. No image on my external monitor and i belive it does not get detected at all (didn´t find it on device manager).
I don´t even know if EXP GDC gets detected with no GPU.

On the other hand with the Gtx660 i just boot to a black screen but loads Windows 10 completely (got to know by plugging/unplugging USB and hearing system sounds). 
BUT! when i boot with no EXP-GDC and i go to devices manager, under "Hidden Devices" i can see that Gtx660 has been installed (or at least detected as shown on the SS attached). 

Sooooooooooo... any idead of how am i supposed to proceed or what to do? 
Thanks in advanced!

exp gdc

I´ve being  playing with following BIOS setting: Secure Boot (disabled), Legacy (Enabled/Disabled) and just for a chance Virtualization (Enabled/Disabled).

 

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Edward09
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Hello everyone,

I have a small problem with my eGPU. My laptop is HP Elitebook 8570 with an EC slot and my eGPU with a GTX 780 still ran perfectly. The thing is when I play game for too long like today i am playing Rise of tomb raider , it suddenly shut down and I can only restart it after a few hours.  What is my problem:  ATX Psu, GPU or both? Besides, I am using Psu Hunkey green power 6500 second hand and I doubt it is the cause. 

Please help me and thanks in advance

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delabarra
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Seems to me like temperatures or failure in driver. Try 1st reinstalling drivers. Also watch temperatures and try replacing heat compound.

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Sky11
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is is possible that the fan on GPU itself has died?  

If you can start and run it for few minutes, then it is more than likely a thermal shutdown - GPU reaches a critical temperature and shuts itself down to prevent suicide. 

Can you borrow another graphics card from a friend, etc. just to try? 

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Edward09
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No. the fan still spins but the thing is when i play some games like Tomb raider too long , it will shut down and I can only restart it after a few hours

 

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tygpu
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Joined: 3 years ago
 

Hello! Here is a new test with Lenovo T540p with GTX970 via expresscard Exp GDC Beast.

There is no dgpu on the t540p, the geforce driver are installed, GTX970 is recognized in GpuZ but not functionnal for the moment.

No boot If the expresscard is plugged, I can plug it when I have thinkpad logo. No sign of life on external screen via hdmi.

With the T530 I just had to plug hdmi at the prompt for windows password.

I will try with older drivers.

edit : i have bought DIY eGPU Setup 1.35 , hope it will help.

2012 15" Lenovo Thinkpad T530 [3rd,4C,Q] + GTX 970 @ 4Gbps-EC2 (EXP GDC 8.4) + Win10 [build link]  

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REEDUX
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Hello I am brand new to these forums, I held from joining till I got my first egpu working so I wasn't talking out of my a** haha, BUT I successful set up my first egpu and I was blown away that it actually worked! Right out of the box too! I ordered what I assumed to be the EXP GDC Beast v8.4 (I'm not sure how to tell what specific model it is) (says Beast Pro on the mPcie) and i connected it to the port on my HP Pavillion m6 1035-dx and viola! I installed the latest nvidia driver for my 750 ti and it worked like a dream! So I uninstalled the drivers and then used my spare R7 370 (since it has 4GB of VRAM instead of 2) and here is where things got a little hairy so I have some questions you might be able to answer or have seen before.

TL;DR I have a working egpu and I just have a couple questions.

1.) In GPU-Z, the link speed for my eGPU fluctuates from "x1 1.1" to "x1 1.2" to "x1 2.0" while I'm doing various tasks, is this normal? Why does it change frequently?

2.) I did some benchmarks with the R7 370 installed and I left my computer while it was running and when I came back the screen was frozen and I couldnt do anything but I could still hear the music playing. Any ideas to what that was? The same thing kinda happened when I was using the benchmark utility on rainbow six siege, i clicked the desktop then came back and it crashed my external display and froze in the same fashion. But later I played the actual game for about 2 hours and no crash (GPU load was only at about 64% the whole time)

3.) I can not run Furmark on my external display, and it will only run with my integrated graphics, any fix?

 

Thanks for the help and I'm so glad I found a community of egpu enthusiasts. 

 

EGPU SETUP:
HP Pavillion m6-1035dx i5-3210m
EXP GDC 8.4 mPcie R7 370 4GB
400w Corsair PSU


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Gamerdust181
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hello everyone, I had a previous account but I forgot the password after logging off so I created a new one  . I am having an issue with trying to get my egpu to detect. I have an exp gdc beast v8.0 and I'm trying to use a gtx 650 on it. My psu does not have a 6 pin connector for the gpu so I'm using 4 pin molex to 6 pin connector to give additional power to my gpu but my gpu still does not detect. Also I have tried using a gtx 1050 and I got it to detect but it kept giving me error 43. I tried  booting my laptop with the wifi card in and then removing the wifi card and plugging in the egpu to bypass any bios whitelisting but it still does not detect. Any help will be extremely appreciated.

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raulgbcr
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Hi, I have a problem running my egpu. Its connected to a mPCIe port x16 v3, but the car is running at x1 v1.1

Im using exp GDC Beast and it support x16, so I really dont know what is the problem, if anyone could help it could be very apreciated.

 

Regards. Raul

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reimonsk8
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dud i have the same problem, let me know if u fix it i tried everything already, mine is a thinkpad x230t and a asus strix 1070 OC 

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