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External graphic card
#1
guys have you tried this or is this possible on all laptops or gaming laptops???
http://www.notebookreview.com/default.as...s+notebook
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#2
I had an idea 'bout this long ago to be honest. But I did not think there was any person who would turn this insane idea into reality. The main problems are wire and external power.

Wait. What port do they hook that thing to the laptop?
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#3
they just used a PE4H-EC2C DIY ViDock and a power supply on/off switch, allowing us to turn the desktop power supply on manually for the ViDock and yea its
Cons are
Plenty of loose wires
Can't secure graphics card
Requires external power source
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#4
I used to look this up when I had a ***** laptop. I was looking for a graphics card that hooks in via USB. Needless to say I was a computer newbie at the time, and I never found what I was looking for.
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#5
[Image: 53847.jpg]looks awesome, but i would like to have seen photo`s with the computer on, and such
And if you want one look here http://www.hwtools.net/adapter/PE4L-EC000A.html
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#6
Kind of a cool idea if you had a custom case for everything and an external monitor. And lots of money to burn :
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#7
(07-20-2012, 07:42 AM)Alexander Moore Wrote: I used to look this up when I had a ***** laptop. I was looking for a graphics card that hooks in via USB. Needless to say I was a computer newbie at the time, and I never found what I was looking for.

hey alexander have you been here http://funnymama.com/post/92198 ??
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#8
Yes, there is a SIG spec for external PCI-E graphics

no there isn't any actual cards for it.
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#9
(07-20-2012, 01:28 PM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: Yes, there is a SIG spec for external PCI-E graphics

no there isn't any actual cards for it.

so we can use adapters like the one above

http://www.hwtools.net/adapter/PE4L-EC000A.html

question :

if we had a mid-low GPU with no PIN-6 socket who are going to power it up ?

a USB 2 slot offer ~20W a USB 3 offer ~40W PCI-E offer 75W Blink !!!!!
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#10
You simply can't use it then.
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