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Adnan Zaki
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@dhina10, Boot into windows with wifi card installed. In device manager disable PCI Root Port #x which disables wifi. Then shutdown, put EXP GDC cable. Upon boot reenable the port and you should see the GPU as Basic Display Adapter under Video Adapters in Device Manager. Then Install drivers.

 

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dhina10
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  1. @adnan_zaki, Bro i done but when i install and restart the latop, the installed driver is again not detected. If i refresh still it not detect

 

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Adnan Zaki
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@dhina10, Disable port first, then restart.

 

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dhina10
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Bro can you send me how to modify nvidia driver 368.81 for 1060 3gb

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Adnan Zaki
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@dhina10, Sorry, I have no experience with Nvidia GPUs, infact I Myself am a newbie to this field.. You will find it on Youtube hopefully.

 

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dhina10
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@adnan_zaki, tq for the help bro

 

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jaum
 jaum
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I have a Lenovo z510
Core i7-4702MQ
16GB RAM

Here's my setup:
Exp Gdc Beast v8.5 + Gtx 1070 + 500W DeepCool De-500

I don't see any errors and the graphic drivers were successfully updated from an old one.

Problem:
When I play games or put load in the GPU, it shuts off at random times.

The GPU is not overheating since I constantly monitor the GPU temperature.

What I tried:
Switched from Gen 2 to Gen 1 and vice versa
Set the ATX PWR to On and Off
Isolated the PSU to a different outlet
Downclocked the video card

I don't understand what's going on. At first, I thought it was the Gen2 signaling problems of the GDC, but upon switching to the Gen1, I still encounter the problem. Aside from swapping out the PSU, am I missing something? Or is this certainly a PSU problem?

Lenovo z510 core i7-4702MQ 16GB RAM
Enclosure: Exp Gdc Beast v8.5
GPU: Gtx 1070 @ mPCIE Gen 2.0 x1
PSU: Corsair v450


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Arzaq Ajradika
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Can someone help I got an error code 31 and I can't disable L1/L2 mode in BIOS since my BIOS is locked. I can't find a way to unlock it. I have an Acer E5- 575G-52H9

specs: i5-6200u

dgpu: 940mx

egpu: GTX 1650 super 

I'm using exp gdc beast v8.5c

 

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jaum
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Posted by: @jaum

I have a Lenovo z510
Core i7-4702MQ
16GB RAM

Here's my setup:
Exp Gdc Beast v8.5 + Gtx 1070 + 500W DeepCool De-500

I don't see any errors and the graphic drivers were successfully updated from an old one.

Problem:
When I play games or put load in the GPU, it shuts off at random times.

The GPU is not overheating since I constantly monitor the GPU temperature.

What I tried:
Switched from Gen 2 to Gen 1 and vice versa
Set the ATX PWR to On and Off
Isolated the PSU to a different outlet
Downclocked the video card

I don't understand what's going on. At first, I thought it was the Gen2 signaling problems of the GDC, but upon switching to the Gen1, I still encounter the problem. Aside from swapping out the PSU, am I missing something? Or is this certainly a PSU problem?

Nevermind, I solved the problem by replacing my PSU from DeepCoop DE-500 to Corsair v450. Everything is stable on Gen2.0 now. The problem now is the huge internal screen fps drop. Any ways on how to deal with this?

Lenovo z510 core i7-4702MQ 16GB RAM
Enclosure: Exp Gdc Beast v8.5
GPU: Gtx 1070 @ mPCIE Gen 2.0 x1
PSU: Corsair v450


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MWVO94
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Hi I’m having trouble getting the exp GDC beast working when I get everything setup and turn the laptop on the PSU starts up the GPU fan starts up and the green light on the beast comes on for a second then turns off but the laptop display and the external display stay completely black. the setup I’m trying to get working it’s an Asus fx503vd an EVGA GTX 1060 6gb and a EVGA 500w PSU and the NGFF version of the Beast. I know that the laptop by itself works and that the GPU and PSU both work aswell (I’ve tested both on my desktop and both work fine) so I’m thinking the only problem is either with the bios or with the beast itself. I’ve heard a little about certain laptops wireless port being whitelisted but I’ve also heard that asus doesn’t do that with there laptops? Anyways I’m stuck any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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