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Graphics Card (Looking for "Out of the box" thinking help!

eGPU GPU ExpressCard Power Supply Monitor external graphics card

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tmoll217

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Calling All Techies who enjoy a Challenge!

 

I have an Intel HD Graphics 3000 card which is no longer getting driver updates for Windows 10!

 

First, I am using a Dell Latitude Laptop and the Graphics Card is soldered onto the motherboard so swapping the GPU is not an option.

 

Secondly, I am a broke college student looking for a temporary Band-Aid on my computer to get me through my last semester of Engineering College using 3D programs.

 

Rules: Buying another computer is not an option and is the easy way out.

 

 

After doing days of research, I've come up with this setup...

ExpressCard Adapter: (1) V8.0 EXP GDC Beast Laptop External Independent Video Card Dock
Cost: $52.99
Graphics Card: (1) ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti GDDR5 2GB PCI Express 3.0 128-bit Graphics Card (GTX750TI-OC-2GD5)
Cost: $109.99
Power Supply: (1) EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0500KR
Cost: $35.97

Total Cost: $198.96

I understand it will Bottleneck the bandwidth and it is a backwards way of doing things, but my question for you is:

Will this Setup Run/Work?


Here are the three links to each for more specs on each piece
ExpressCard Adapter: http://www.banggood....?rmmds=category

Graphics Card: https://www.amazon.c...eywords=gtx 660

Power Supply: https://www.amazon.c...03SQXVJ09Q5874G

 

 

 

​Thank you for your time, ahead of time!


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phillpower2

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:welcome:   tmoll217,

 

Would not recommend that PSU as it is from the EVGA budget range, Corsair CX 500 bronze here would be better.

 

I am using a Dell Latitude Laptop 

 

 

Have you got the particular model number of the Inspiron so that we can check the specs.

 

Edit by phillpower2: Just noted the following answer to a question asked @  Banggood reply #7;

 

Post on May 05,2016 22:55

 

Our devise doesn't show good compatibility with windows 10, we do not suggest using EXP GDC over windwos 10.
Please wait for the next generation.
Thanks for your support

 


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