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traycel
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Posted by: @julio_molero

@traycel, seems you have a similar case as me, you might try to tapping the Pin 22 in the miniPciE Beast card to see if it solves the boot issue and check if you have a blacklisted bios 

 

Where can i check if i have a blacklisted bios. I'm a newbie on this... =(

My Bios version is 68SCE F. 67. But i think it blacklisted the Mini PCI Ports.

 

What do you mean with tapping Pin 22... the ATX Connector from my PSU was only connect with the 20 PIN. 

 

Thank you for the answer!

HP Probook 6560b, 6570b, 650 G1, 650 G2 // EXP GDC Beast 8.5C // NVIDIA 1050 TI // 300W PSU
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negativeeee
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So I finally managed to get an eGPU setup and i've checked the forum where they gave solutions on how to fix it but I was confused with some. Like for instance disable integrated NIC. I don't know how to even get there in bios so that ruled things out and hot swapping the wifi card cause i kinda messed mine up when trying to unscrew it. But here is the main thing. When I power on my laptop, if I have the exp gdc cable plugged in it turns on but then it will show some type of still static or whatever and it wont do anything unless i turn it off. Then when i plug it in after booting, it turns on but my laptop won't detect it. Im really sorry if I didn't do something right here as i am new here.

Additionally I am trying to use a GT 1030 for now at least. And use an Apevia 450 Watt PSU.

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Gnabo
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Goodmorning everyone,

I need your help to be able to run the following setup:

1) HP Omen an101na, 8750h and 1050ti

2) EXP GDC M.2 NGFF

3) Sapphire Nitro RX 580

I bought the wrong connector of the EXP GDC M.2 so I had to buy a mini pci express to m.2 NGFF converter

At the moment I have connected:

- the HDMI cable to the EXP GDC and the MINI PCI connector to the adapter, connected to the notebook;

- the 8-pin cable to the EXP GDC, then the 20-pin and the 4-pin to the ATX power supply;

- I have inserted the card in the EXP GDC;

- I connected an 8 pin cable to the video card, which actually has 6 + 8 pins. The power supply fan turns on, the EXP GDC has the green LED on, the pc turns on but I can't find anything in the device manager.

The fan of the Sapphire RX 580 didn't turn on.

Trying to install the AMD driver, it tells me it cannot be installed as it does not find AMD hardware. Can you help me? Thanks so much.

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Paolo Morato
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I got an Nvidia GTX 760 and after installing the gpu driver, everytime I boot my laptop with the eGPU connected, it shows no display but the fan of PSU and GPU is running fine.

The eGPU is only working if I use an external Monitor.

How can I use the eGPU on my laptop's monitor?

I use a 500W PSU and the eGPU is connected with mPCI E slot

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traycel
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@gnabo

 

Do you have installed all your PCI Drivers ?

If you look in your Device Manager do you see that something detected on any PCI Port?  

 

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Gnabo
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@traycel

Which PCI drivers?

Nothing shows on device manager.

 

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traycel
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@gnabo

You connect the EXP GDC to one of your PCI Slots. Correct? 

 

At first you have to check your device manager. Is there any detection on the PCI Port of your NGFF Slot?

No detection? 

Next step is Try the "No detection" description from Nando.

If nothing works its maybe the converter or other faulty hardware. 

 

@gnabo

5. i) eGPU dectection: mPCIe/M2 eGPU doesn't get detected

Try this:

 

  • Disable Integrated NIC in BIOS
  • Boot into Windows with the wifi card in place.
  • In Device Manager, Network cards, highlight your wifi card then select View -> Devices by connection
  • Above the highlighted wifi card will be a PCIe port. Right-click disable it.
  • Shutdown and remove the Wifi card and insert the eGPU adapter in it's place
  • Setup the dock, PSU, GPU
  • Boot into Windows and re-enable the port from Device Manager
  • You Should now see Microsoft Basic Display Adapter under Display Adapters for which you install drivers for. 

 

If still not detected then it's likely due to BIOS whitelisting preventing the port from being enabled when a non vendor device is detected. Overcome by booting with the wifi card and then hotswapping in the eGPU. That way the BIOS will enable the mPCIe port to work. A few ways to do that:

1. Boot with wifi card into Windows, sleep system, swap wifi card for mPCIe eGPU adapter and ensure eGPU is powered on, resume system. Do a device manager scan in Windows. Is the eGPU detected?

2. Boot with wifi card into nando's eGPU Setup 1.35 *carefully* hotplug the eGPU adapter in place of wifi card. Hit F5 to rescan the PCIe bus. Is the eGPU detected?

If this enables detection then avoid this tedious hotswapping by seeking a unwhitelisted modified BIOS for your system from say http://www.bios-mods.com OR test the nando's eGPU Setup 1.35 PCI ports->undo_whitesting feature.

 

ii) mPCIe: eGPU still not detected - a non-standard vendor port implementation?

PERST# mPCIe pin 22 may need to be isolated with a very thin piece of cellophane tape (sticky tape) like shown due to a non-standard implementation by your notebook vendor causing CLKRUN/CLKREQ initialization mistiming. See PERST# pinout. Asus notebooks known to suffer from this issue.

If you are absolutely unable to boot and hotplug the eGPU on your T530i, try to tape (isolate) pin2 aka the 3.3v_RUN of the GDC mpci-e connector like this, it solved all my cold boot issues! SRC: wimpzilla.

 

iii) eGPU still not detected on ASUS systems

Do a Windows UEFI install and change bios from legacy/CSM to UEFI. This initialized the devices differently. SRC: Davide Preziusi

 

iv) faulty hardware?

If you still don't get detection then test the video card and eGPU adapter in another machine to confirm neither is faulty.
If using an EXP GDC adapter then consider testing a US$7 mPCIe eGPU adapter [PCE164P-N03] (inc NGFF M.2) instead.

 

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Mabini Astillero
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for experiment I have an old 2010 hp laptop (hp g62 b60ee) which has 2 core 4 threads 2.66ghz, 2x4 gb ram, and it uses an amd dgpu.

I bought the exp gdc mpcie and I have a gtx 1070, the main problem of the laptop is it is white listed it ignores or most of the time doesnt boot up if I put something different on the mpcie slot of the laptop wifi so I solve it by using hot swap method by booting the laptop first without changing anything and after finishing booting up I make the laptop go to sleep mode and then replacing the wifi card with the exp gdc mpcie, then when I look at the device manager it shows up at the display drivers and then I installed nvidia older drivers like 368.81 which most people recommend on old laptops, after installing it the nvidia control panel doesnt show up at the right click button but I find the nvidia control panel at the task bar but when I click it the mouse cursor just does an infinite loading icon but I can still click on file explorer and other things at the task bar, when I try to connect the gpu using hdmi to an external monitor it doesnt do anything at all the monitor cant detect the gpu but the laptop has no problem connecting on the monitor, when I play games it doesnt detect the gtx 1070, the only things I can find the gtx 1070 detected is in the device manager and when I use GPU-Z,

Is there some way to make this work by atleast using an external monitor, I also tried nvidia 372.70 with just the same results and I tried 390.77 but during installation the laptop suddenly goes into blue screen with some text and a sad face Icon like this 🙁

should I try the latest newest nvidia driver

2010 hp laptop (hp g62 b60ee), intel hd igpu and amd dgpu, exp gdc mpcie, 550w atx psu, gtx 1070


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gnx
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Posted by: @mabini_astillero

for experiment I have an old 2010 hp laptop (hp g62 b60ee) which has 2 core 4 threads 2.66ghz, 2x4 gb ram, and it uses an amd dgpu.

I bought the exp gdc mpcie and I have a gtx 1070, the main problem of the laptop is it is white listed it ignores or most of the time doesnt boot up if I put something different on the mpcie slot of the laptop wifi so I solve it by using hot swap method by booting the laptop first without changing anything and after finishing booting up I make the laptop go to sleep mode and then replacing the wifi card with the exp gdc mpcie, then when I look at the device manager it shows up at the display drivers and then I installed nvidia older drivers like 368.81 which most people recommend on old laptops, after installing it the nvidia control panel doesnt show up at the right click button but I find the nvidia control panel at the task bar but when I click it the mouse cursor just does an infinite loading icon but I can still click on file explorer and other things at the task bar, when I try to connect the gpu using hdmi to an external monitor it doesnt do anything at all the monitor cant detect the gpu but the laptop has no problem connecting on the monitor, when I play games it doesnt detect the gtx 1070, the only things I can find the gtx 1070 detected is in the device manager and when I use GPU-Z,

Is there some way to make this work by atleast using an external monitor, I also tried nvidia 372.70 with just the same results and I tried 390.77 but during installation the laptop suddenly goes into blue screen with some text and a sad face Icon like this 🙁

should I try the latest newest nvidia driver

You probably need to follow a similar procedure to my Dell Latitude e6440, I required:
Error 43 Fixer Script

Nando's procedure for e6440

 

This post was modified 1 month ago

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Latitude e6440 - Core i7-4900MQ - EXP GDC Beast '8.5c' mPCIe OR Expresscard - GT 1030 - DIY eGPU Setup 1.35 (Windows+Arch Linux)


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MangoBoy
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Greetings,
Currently I’m using Lenovo Ideapad 320 80XU AMD A9-9420 pairs with my eGPU GT 1030, PSU 500W. I got myself EXP GDC V 8.5C with NGFF interface but my laptop didn’t detected that GPU. I’ve tried
  • Disable some settings in the BIOS.
  • Check the connection, cables of my PSU, EXP GDC and laptop. Everything works fine both GT 1030 as well as PSU fans are spinning.
  • Inserting the wifi card, sleep my laptop and hot-swapping the GPU while ATX PW from EXP GDC is ON. My screen suddenly black out as I hot-swapping but the power indicator still ON.
  • Modified NVIDIA driver

but nothing’s work. I’m wondering if my laptop is whitelisted from BIOS or not but anyways, can someone help me out from this undetected GPU?For those who read this and decided to help me out, much appreciated!

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