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tbl777
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You need purchase a third-party tb3 enclosure such as akitio tb3 and diy a metal-box with a 12cm-fan in the front or the up.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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tbl777
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Hi @ goalque

I encountered a serious problem. My macbook(10.12.6) with your script is okay with RX580.

But My macbook(10.13.1beta) with native driver is not okay with RX580, because it can't output image to external display no matter whichever solutions.

PS. I test the power consumption of RX580 in the heaven 4.0 with 10.12.6, it's very cool(48C.MAX) and stable.

@ itsage

Can you contact with goalque at current?
I have a asus rx580-o8g, which can't be reloaded in the high sierra. I heard goalque had a beta script and I want try.
I must return this card tomorrow morning for whole refund.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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itsage
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Posted by: tbl777

Hi @ goalque

I encountered a serious problem. My macbook(10.12.6) with your script is okay with RX580.

But My macbook(10.13.1beta) with native driver is not okay with RX580, because it can't output image to external display no matter whichever solutions.

PS. I test the power consumption of RX580 in the heaven 4.0 with 10.12.6, it's very cool(48C.MAX) and stable.

itsage

Can you contact with goalque at current?
I have a asus rx580-o8g, which can't be reloaded in the high sierra. I heard goalque had a beta script and I want try.
I must return this card tomorrow morning for whole refund.

Goalque's new workaround in High Sierra is for cards older than the RX series. It will not help with the issues you're currently having. I looked at the components in your eGPU build and I'm suspecting the Dell DA-2 is the troublemaker. That PSU is likely not sufficient for an 8-pin RX 580 card.

You should either return the RX 580 for a less powerful card or get a beefier PSU.

 

Posted by: dkgeorge

Please, could anyone confirm if any of the supported enclosures can fit a Liquid Cooled RX Vega 64 with no major workarounds to get it all in it?

The AKiTiO Node and Sonnet Breakaway Box are the easiest to mount an GPU with an AIO liquid cooler. The fan bracket for both enclosures are 120mm and match up to the 120mm radiator on Liquid Cooled RX Vega 64.

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Thanks @itsage, I've been looking pictures of a Sonnet and it looks it can perfectly fit the fan and radiator in the side vent. Wondering if anyone tried.  

@tbl777I do have an AKiTiO Node but it can't fit the fan/radiator combo in the front vent by a 1/4 inch of the enclosure length. Also the radiator is too wide to allow the enclosure lid to close. I think the only way would be modding the case, which I don't wanna really do. I guess will have to switch enclosures..

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itsage
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@dkgeorge, on the AKiTiO Node you can reverse the mounting bracket to position the radiator in a way that it will close. It's hard to fully explain in words, here's a photo of the GTX 980 Ti Hybrid mounted in an AKiTiO Node to show how it's mounted. I mounted the R9 Fury X this way too so I know the RX Vega Liquid should work because the radiator looks similar.

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Interesting challenge here (n00b here):

I have a Mid-2015 15" MBP TB2> TB3 Asus XG Station with XFX Rx 580 Graphics (I've read these can be trouble)

Here's the situation, I have encountered many successful implementations with similar hardware but I acquired the XG station 2 through a friend (for free!) after updating my MBP to High Sierra.

I have installed proper intel thunderbolt drivers after installing Win10 with bootcamp.

Then installed the ASUS hot plug tool needed to detect the device...and here's where my problems start. I am unable to update the XG Station Firmware and receive "0x21e" error code.

When I try to find the device in Device Manager all I can see the thunderbolt bus, not other connections, no graphics, not even the XG station 2.

I have tried reinstaling the PCI connections tree and disabled/re-eneabled all relevent connections but upon reboot, everything is organized differently, but still no relevant connections.

This is not the case when booting macOS, the XG station 2 is visable but no graphics card attached.

I did this all in EFI boot as well following the awesome instructions here on egpu.io

Am I missing something? Do I have to flash the ASUS thunderbolt firmware update to the device, and if so how would one go about this to get everything connected?

Again, I'm a noob, but would love some help.

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itsage
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@Tyschri123, you can only flash the firmware of a Thunderbolt 3 enclosure with a Thunderbolt 3 host (computer). Can you check for the firmware number of your ASUS XG Station? You can accomplish this by booting into macOS, open System Information then expand Thunderbolt tree. It looks like this. We want to see whether your eGPU enclosure has at least firmware version 23,1. 25,1 is the latest version with the best compatibility.

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tbl777
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@goalque  @itsage

I also tried Sapphire pulse RX580 4G with the psu power supply, it also not worked with the tb2 enclosure but worked good in the 10.12.6.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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Posted by: itsage

@Tyschri123, you can only flash the firmware of a Thunderbolt 3 enclosure with a Thunderbolt 3 host (computer). Can you check for the firmware number of your ASUS XG Station? You can accomplish this by booting into macOS, open System Information then expand Thunderbolt tree. It looks like this. We want to see whether your eGPU enclosure has at least firmware version 23,1. 25,1 is the latest version with the best compatibility.

First off, thank you for the help!

Unfortunately it is still 21,1 

The device is brand new, he hadn’t even opened the box. Regardless, I won’t be able to update the firmware from my TB2 device then right? Doesn’t that just stop me dead in my tracks?

Or is there a way around this using another pc to update the firmware on the XG station, then proceed with next steps.

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igerard
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I gave up for a Vega 56, because of cost : card + power unit update for the Node 

I bought the Asus RX 580 8G (3 fan) 320€

I wonder if the things is going to work with my early 2011 MBP 17 ? I have also a 2015 though

My 2011 setup with the 980 Ti work well with Sierra and my external 34 inches curved Asus display 🙂

I receive the card tomorrow, I will give update.

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eGPU : Akitio Node + RX 580 + GTX 980 Ti + Vega64


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Mattlechops
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Hi @Goalque’s
I have a 2014 Mini and an Akitio Thunder2 with a RX 560. Can I get the automate-eGPU.kext for 10.13. please?

Appreciate the good work, thanks!

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itsage
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@Tyschri123, firmware version 21,1 has very limited compatibility. From what I recall, it would only work with eGPU-certified Thunderbolt 3 laptops. What you'll need is the help of a Thunderbolt 3 computer to flash the firmware of your Asus XG Station to the latest version. We created a mapping tool to locate members with a TB3 laptops who can help. There are not many participants yet unfortunately.

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raha613
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Hi all, thank you for your help in advance. 

 

I have -

Macbook pro 15 (early 2011) high sierra 

OWC Mercury Helios TB1

HP B4J92AT NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 DP Graphics Card 2GB DDR3 SP 702084-001 

 

I had this working in Sierra with automate-egpu to run 1x Thunderbolt Cinema Display and 1x LED Cinema Display which apple says you can not do. I would connect the LED Cinema Display to the GT630, the Helios to the Thunderbolt Cinema Display then to the computer. Any way to get this working in High Sierra at this point? Any hope for the future?

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Mkluvin1515
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@goalque appreciate it! Just wanted to check in on your progress. Anything I can provide to help?

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Posted by: itsage

@dkgeorge, on the AKiTiO Node you can reverse the mounting bracket to position the radiator in a way that it will close. It's hard to fully explain in words, here's a photo of the GTX 980 Ti Hybrid mounted in an AKiTiO Node to show how it's mounted. I mounted the R9 Fury X this way too so I know the RX Vega Liquid should work because the radiator looks similar.

 

Thanks for the pointing the trick of flipping the bracket. After doing this the radiator fits but unfortunately the board doesn't because of the length, it's way longer than a R9 Fury X. 🙁

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Hey guys !

I have a Macbook Pro 15' (Retina, mid 2015) with Intel Iris Pro (TB 2 port) running High Sierra 10.13.1 Beta (17B25c) and a Akitio Node Thunderbolt 3.....

I'm using a TB3 > TB2 adaptor and a TB2 cable to plug into my thunderbolt 2 port....

My mac recognize everything, with my Radeon R9270x:

AMD Radeon HD 7xxx:
Modelo do Chipset: AMD Radeon HD 7xxx
Tipo: GPU
Barramento: PCIe
Largura de Banda PCIe: x4
Fornecedor: AMD (0x1002)
ID do Dispositivo: 0x6810
ID da Revisão: 0x0000
Metal: Compatível, conjunto de recursos OSX_GPUFamily1 v2

I'm connecting a HDMI cable to the external monitor, but it says that there is no signal....
And I also can't choose to use with my notebook display...

Am I doing something wrong ?

In windows 10 I get the 12 error code.... already tried everything, but with no results.....

Thanks !

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@Daniel Chaves: You did not mention what is your card. Device id seems to be 0x6810 which is R9 270X, correct?

Please provide the details, and you will be added to the list who get early access to the new automate-eGPU installer. The installer does not support any beta builds, only macOS 10.13.

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tbl777
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Posted by: goalque

@Daniel Chaves: You did not mention what is your card. Device id seems to be 0x6810 which is R9 270X, correct?

Please provide the details, and you will be added to the list who get early access to the new automate-eGPU installer. The installer does not support any beta builds, only macOS 10.13.

 New automate-eGPU installer can make macbook (GPU_nvidia) work with eGPU(such as RX580)?

At current, I temporarily use mac_editor’s script to make iGPU boot under the 10.13beta4.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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Posted by: tbl777

@goalque

 New automate-eGPU installer can make macbook (GPU_nvidia) work with eGPU(such as RX580)?

At current, I temporarily use mac_editor's script to make iGPU boot under the 10.13beta4.

Your problem is the Nvidia framebuffer which conflicts with an AMD eGPU. Workaround is to force Iris Pro to be active always/disable Nvidia system kexts/remove their device ids but I guess it's not perfect solution.

Unfortunately I can't test with the 750M model so would be difficult to implement this workaround.

It does work with the Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

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Posted by: tbl777

@goalque

 New automate-eGPU installer can make macbook (GPU_nvidia) work with eGPU(such as RX580)?

At current, I temporarily use mac_editor's script to make iGPU boot under the 10.13beta4.

Your problem is the Nvidia framebuffer which conflicts with an AMD eGPU. Workaround is to force Iris Pro to be active always/disable Nvidia system kexts/remove their device ids but I guess it's not perfect solution.

Unfortunately I can't test with the 750M model so would be difficult to implement this workaround.

It does work with the Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

yeah, it's not perfect solution, has many glitches, most importantly, it's automatically consuming the power by the idle GPU_nvidia.

Higher than normal 10-watt per hour.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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igerard
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Well, Asus 580 8GB received this morning, replaced my liquid cooled 980 Ti with it... worked without a glitch out of the box connected to my MBP early 2011 17 inches under High Sierra (test partition) in TB1 to the Akitio Node.

I am now installing High Sierra onto the main partition and I will run the bench with this configuration... later on the MBP 2015 in TB2.

The good thing is that the card is very silent, I will have to change the fan of the PSU now.

Great

MBP 2018, Touch Bar, i7 2.6 GHz, 32 GB RAM, 1T SSD, Radeon 560X... very nice!
eGPU : Akitio Node + RX 580 + GTX 980 Ti + Vega64


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@dkgeorge, on the AKiTiO Node you can reverse the mounting bracket to position the radiator in a way that it will close. It's hard to fully explain in words, here's a photo of the GTX 980 Ti Hybrid mounted in an AKiTiO Node to show how it's mounted. I mounted the R9 Fury X this way too so I know the RX Vega Liquid should work because the radiator looks similar.

 

Thanks for the pointing the trick of flipping the bracket. After doing this the radiator fits but unfortunately the board doesn't because of the length, it's way longer than a R9 Fury X. 🙁

Sorry to hear it didn't fit. That leaves the Sonnet Breakaway Box as the only one that may fit without any modification. Here's a top-view photo I have that shows the fitment of R9 Fury X inside the Breakaway Box.

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@goalque,

Yes, it is the R9 270X !

Now I've installed High Sierra (10.13), but still in the same scenario...

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raha613
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Posted by: raha613

Hi all, thank you for your help in advance. 

 

I have -

Macbook pro 15 (early 2011) high sierra 

OWC Mercury Helios TB1

HP B4J92AT NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 DP Graphics Card 2GB DDR3 SP 702084-001 

 

I had this working in Sierra with automate-egpu to run 1x Thunderbolt Cinema Display and 1x LED Cinema Display which apple says you can not do. I would connect the LED Cinema Display to the GT630, the Helios to the Thunderbolt Cinema Display then to the computer. Any way to get this working in High Sierra at this point? Any hope for the future?

@goalque

 

Do you think your new automate-eGPU beta will get my card working like it was in Sierra?

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itsage
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Goalque's automate-eGPU for High Sierra is for AMD cards only.

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Hi @itsage !

I'm with a AMD card and with High Sierra... Do you know where I can get Goalque`s new automate-eGPU for High Sierra ?

Thanks !

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itsage
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@Daniel Chaves, please list your full specs of Mac system and the AMD eGPU. If your AMD card is one of the cards Goalque's 10.13 automate-eGPU supports, you can try the tool when it's released.

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Hi @itsage !

My Mac is a MacBook Pro mid-2015 15' with Intel Iris Pro....

My card is a AMD Radeon R9 270X

and I'm connecting using an Akitio Node Thunderbolt 3 (using an original TB3 t TB2 adaptor from apple)

Thanks !

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You're lucky, I can test with the R9 270X. Due to macOS 10.13 supplemental update 17A405, I have to delay the release. Each macOS build requires a new compilation of the project. I hope it still works.

Please specify the exact model and vendor of the card, for example:

Asus R9270X-DC2T-2GD5 would be sufficient.

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tbl777
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Posted by: goalque
Posted by: tbl777

@goalque

 New automate-eGPU installer can make macbook (GPU_nvidia) work with eGPU(such as RX580)?

At current, I temporarily use mac_editor's script to make iGPU boot under the 10.13beta4.

Your problem is the Nvidia framebuffer which conflicts with an AMD eGPU. Workaround is to force Iris Pro to be active always/disable Nvidia system kexts/remove their device ids but I guess it's not perfect solution.

Unfortunately I can't test with the 750M model so would be difficult to implement this workaround.

It does work with the Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

Can you work out a workaround to solve the mac_editor's script power consumption problem?

The problem is when moved the nvidia reference driver, the AGPM(applegraphicspowermangerment) doesn't work and nvidia without driver consuming 10-watt more per hour than normal with driver.

Maybe modify AGPM or something can solve this problem.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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Posted by: tbl777

Can you work out a workaround to solve the mac_editor's script power consumption problem?

The problem is when moved the nvidia reference driver, the AGPM(applegraphicspowermangerment) doesn't work and nvidia without driver consuming 10-watt more per hour than normal with driver.

Maybe modify AGPM or something can solve this problem.

Pretty sure @goalque could work it out if he wanted to, because that's what automate-eGPU did. That's beyond my expertise with Unix at the moment. Basically, modifying the XML tree for the mac's board ID > GFX0 maximum power state - should be set to 3 (lowest, 0 = max).

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Hi @goalque,

The model of my card is AMD Radeon R9-270X-EDJR (4Gb GDDR5) ( http://www.xfxforce.com/en-us/products/amd-radeon-r9-200-series/amd-radeon-r9-270x-double-dissipation-edition-r9-270x-edjr )

Do you need more informations ?

Tks ! 🙂

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Antoine
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Hi Everyone, Hi goalque,

My setup:

2013 late 15" Macbook Pro Nvidia 750M

Akitio Node + Thunbold 3 to 2 adapter (Apple)

SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon™ RX 580 8GD5  v. 11265-01

High Sierra 10.13.0 with updated patch arrived today 6 oct 2017

eGPU is working fine only with apps that can have GPU selection. So, for example, FCPX always uses Nvidia 750M intead of the AMD Rx580.

I have a test space on a external HDD so I can test the new script

Thanks to all!

Antoine 

 

Also new to this group, so a big hello to everyone!

Sorry, I miss to add that I had not success to connect eGPU to my external monitor either via DP, HDMI, or DVI. I have black screen!

2017 15" MBP 3.1 MHz RP560 + AMD Vega FE [email protected] (Breakaway 350 + SF600) + macOS 10.13.6


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tbl777
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Posted by: raha613

Hi all, thank you for your help in advance. 

 

I have -

Macbook pro 15 (early 2011) high sierra 

OWC Mercury Helios TB1

HP B4J92AT NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 DP Graphics Card 2GB DDR3 SP 702084-001 

 

I had this working in Sierra with automate-egpu to run 1x Thunderbolt Cinema Display and 1x LED Cinema Display which apple says you can not do. I would connect the LED Cinema Display to the GT630, the Helios to the Thunderbolt Cinema Display then to the computer. Any way to get this working in High Sierra at this point? Any hope for the future?

@goalque

 

Do you think your new automate-eGPU beta will get my card working like it was in Sierra?

IF you have Nvidia graphics card inside your notebook, goalque's script is not suitable for your device.

late-2013 15" MacBook Pro GT750M + RX580@16Gbps-TB2 (AKiTiO thunder 2) + macOS 10.13


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raha613
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Posted by: tbl777
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Posted by: raha613

Hi all, thank you for your help in advance. 

 

I have -

Macbook pro 15 (early 2011) high sierra 

OWC Mercury Helios TB1

HP B4J92AT NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 DP Graphics Card 2GB DDR3 SP 702084-001 

 

I had this working in Sierra with automate-egpu to run 1x Thunderbolt Cinema Display and 1x LED Cinema Display which apple says you can not do. I would connect the LED Cinema Display to the GT630, the Helios to the Thunderbolt Cinema Display then to the computer. Any way to get this working in High Sierra at this point? Any hope for the future?

@goalque

 

Do you think your new automate-eGPU beta will get my card working like it was in Sierra?

IF you have Nvidia graphics card inside your notebook, goalque's script is not suitable for your device.

The internal card in the notebook is Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB but the eGPU card is Nvidia GeForce GT 630. Does that mean there is a chance?

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marko1
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Hi, I'd like to test Goalque’s automate-eGPU.kext for 10.13!

I have a mid 2012 cMBP, AKiTiO Thunder2, and an RX 550 4gb.

Please send me the software.

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