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During the Holiday season I was thinking of getting an eGPU for my laptop as the inbuilt gpu isn't that good for games. I found a razer core v1 with a gtx 1070ti for about $300 and I was wondering if these would be compatible? To my knowledge the thunderbolt ports on this laptop are already wired up with the laptops dGPU hence why I was unsure

 

Laptop: Lenovo ThinkPad P52 (i7 8750h, 16gb 2400MHz ddr4,Quadro P1000)

eGPU enclose: Razer Core v1

GPU: GTX 1070ti

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You'll probably end up having to disable the quadro and run off the external GPU to get rid of code 12s in device manager. It sounds like a massive PITA but I don't see why it wouldn't work.

Platform agnostic software engineer & small business owner. 

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