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Dani caragato
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@bobmarles3, Cry thanks for your answer

 

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laflem
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Hi everyone,

 

I tried the beast exp gdc with the following hardware:

ROG GJW

AMD RX580 as external gpu

Be Quiet! BQT L7-630 W as PSU

 

When i launch everything the PSU start, the graphic card make small noise but doesn't start or sometimes the fan stuter.

Any idea of where the problem may be?

 

Thanks!

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mr.ribeiro
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@laflem, This happen when you power on the laptop or when you play any game? 

The most recently graphics card have a system, that the fan only start spinning when the GPU reach some level of temperature or usage.

 

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laflem
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@mr-ribeiro, hanks for the reply!

It is when I start the laptop. I can't see the graphic card since it doesn't start really.

It is more like a false connection somewhere.

Are there any know issue with the exp gdc beast on defaults like that?

 

 

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mr.ribeiro
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@laflem, Then, the egpu not work? The graphics card is recognized? If not then is really some problem with the build. 

And..Yes EXP GDC have some problems like this on different laptops.

Supposing the eGPU is working normally, have you tried to set manually the speed of fans?

 

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Doctor_Best
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Hello everyone on egpu.io!

 

The problem:

Recently I bought a new laptop and decided to use it with my eGPU setup which is connected to the external monitor. The laptop I had before was connected to that same eGPU setup through the PCI E cable and everything was working fine, however the new laptop doesn't seem to be detecting the GPU inside Windows no matter what I do. Instead of the PCI E to HDMI cable, this time I used the NGFF to HDMI one, because that's the only available port inside the motherboard. I made sure that everything is connected the same way it was with my old laptop and still no luck in getting the display adapter to show up in my Device Manager. I also turned off any PXE/ethernet related stuff inside BIOS just as I did on the old laptop.

The only noticeable diffrences:

For some reason, the eGPU setup reacts diffrently on the new laptop. If I were to turn on the GPU power supply while connected to the new laptop, the GPU would start working together with the exp gdc even if the laptop itself is not turned on, the old laptop connection didn't turn anything on before I pressed the power button on the laptop.
The other significant difference I noticed is that the new laptop just doesn't seem to depend on the fact that the gpu is on. If I were to turn off the power supply connected to the gpu while my old laptop was working, I would have gotten a blue screen or any sign of an unexpected change. The new laptop just doesn't show any sign of information sharing between each other.
Also one interesting thing, if I were to turn off the gpu power supply while the new laptop was working, nothing would have happened, if I were to turn it back on, nor the exp gdc or the GPU would turn on until I turn the laptop off (this may be helpful info for realizing on what's going on since it's pretty specific).

The ATX PWR is set to OFF which makes this even weirder on why it occurs

Video link on the specific diffrence:

System Information:
Laptop: Dell Vostro 3583
Windows 10 64 bit

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laflem
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@mr-ribeiro, the card is not recognized. 

It seems to be an electronic issue within the exp gdc. Like a faulty connection.. 

 

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Blo Wer
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hello, so, my laptop in an Asus ux410, my port at wifi cars IS an ngff port so il bought beast pro e GPU with ngff cable, i put in , i do all right but when i turn on m'y latpot , nothing happened , the e GPU do not work and he IS n'ont detected , Can someone help me ?

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Eren Kan
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i bought the NGFF (M2) version from  Aliexpress but i couldn't make it work. Gpu is not being detected. 

 

https://ibb.co/2kgbpbR
https://ibb.co/zH965V3

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Trending
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@bobmarles3, Hey!!!Ik this thread is almost closed but I'm facing sae errors as you with gtx 1060 so I just wanna know does on your gpu-z it was showing bios as unknown?any solutions you found?

 

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