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Santiago Rivera
Santiago Rivera

DIY eGPU Setup 1.35: How to Optimize Your eGPU's Performance and Stability

If there's no graphics users experiences with your laptop model, you are most likely in the situation of having to create your own setup. Luckily for you, it isn't as hard as it sounds, especially if you have a computer with a Thunderbolt port. You dont even need a separate motherboard for this, something as simple as a piece of 25$ Aluminum foil ( Cooler Master CMSB25T in this case) and a tiny SD card can be your main equipment. A reference to such \"DIY eGPU\" setups can be found here .


To make this guide more current and easier to understand, I will keep all the parts of the setup covered in a single post. Follow along if you have a Macbook Air 13-inch and want to make your laptop Thunderbolt3-powered.

I must say that this is the first time that Ive seen such a setup. And apart from the fact that it is made using a laptop as an external GPU, it kind of shows how cool it is to have such a thing. Most laptops would be great in the hands of people who arent used to work on the highest performance equipment, but for someone who needs to work on a computer 24/7, getting the best performance out of it is a must-have.

Find the \"E-GADGETS\" folder and open the eGPU.conf file with your favorite text editor to edit the eGPU settings. You probably want to copy the settings from the guide in the first post of this thread, but thats pretty much all that matters in this guide. If your laptop has more than one GPU, youll want to setup your eGPU to use the external GPU and not your internal GPU. This is also the case when doing a dual-GPU or single-GPU laptop.


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