automate-eGPU EFI vs purge-wrangler
First, thank you so much to everyone in this community. I appreciate the time and effort everyone has put into the extensive knowledge here. It has made a huge difference in getting my eGPU running, and extending the life/functionality of a beloved machine.
Mackbook Pro 9,1 (Mid-2012, non-retina): 2.7GHz Core i7, 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3, Intel 4000 & Nvidia GeForce GT 650M
macOS 10.14.6 Mojave
Context of my question:
The guide calls for:
3. Creating an EFI boot that removes the dGPU from the setup process
Or, I could be completely wrong and doing NVDAGPUWakeHandler in combination with automate-eGPU EFI may cause the whole thing to blow up.
Any thoughts are welcome, and thank you again for all of your support and knowledge sharing.
Which method has your preference as of now? I cant decide between the two methods and since you were in the same situation, I'm wondering how your experience has been so far.
I'm on MBPr 15 inch late 2013 with Nvidia Geforce GT750m.
MacOS Big Sur 11.4
Which method has your preference as of now?
I forget the reasons, but I'm happy with it.
Still searching for the right codes to disable my dGPU to get NVDAGPUWakeHandler working though.
@mac_editor - amazing, thank you for looking into it!