eGPU Results - Clevo P870DM-G + GTX1080 + TB3 HDK / PE4C v4.1 (M.2 NGFF)

Discussion in 'e-GPU (External Graphics) Discussion' started by bloodhawk, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. txcpaul

    txcpaul Notebook Enthusiast

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    Same new/old Driver dosent change anything, where can i get the Firmware?
    I do now a fresh Win install maybe it solves the Problem
     
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    bloodhawk Derailer of threads.

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    For the firmware you will need to check with your reseller.
     
  3. txcpaul

    txcpaul Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well i bought this used so i don’t know what reseller it was, the only thing i know boot screen is a style Note.
     
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    txcpaul Notebook Enthusiast

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    so Firmware is on 21 newest driver but no luck, EGPU dosent work
     
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    Lightning_- Notebook Geek

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    @bloodhawk With your setup, could you choose to run one external monitor with the eGPU, and another External monitor with the dGPU?
     
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    Thedoktor84 Notebook Guru

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    Hello, this thread is what im looking for, i have a p751dm-g with the following TB3 FW and Bios:
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    My question is, can i use my gtx1070FE on a Egpu enclosure ? if yes, it's easy to setup ?

    as i know upgrading my gtx970m to a gtx1060\70 MXM3.0b sounds like impossible....


    P.S:
    i also forgot to say, i'm already using my notebook with external monitor 2560x1440
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2018
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