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In which slot should you put 16gb ram




in which slot should you put 16gb ram

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6GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 2 (16 Gbps) After i buy new laptop (15' Macbook Pro Retina late-2013 Iris Pro Only) with Thunderbolt 2 (16Gbps) - the performance drop is great even on Internal Display with Optimus.
Also with GTX 1060 6GB will give us the same 21-22 performance drop thanks to Thunderbolt 3 (32 Gbps) on Internal and External Display!
In all benchmarks we can see that, if we play games with full HD 1920 x 1080.
8GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps) Another test with evga GTX 1080 Hybrid 8GB bonus klas 7 with 2016 MacBook Pro 13" (i5-6360U) with eGPU with Thunderbolt3 ( 32Gbps GTX 1080 8GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) GTX 1080 8GB in eGPU Thunderbolt 3 (32 Gbps) External Display: -20 performance drop GTX 1080.8GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 1 (10 Gbps) Another test with GTX 1070 in eGPU with MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2012) for Thunderbolt 1 (10Gbps) GTX 1070 8GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) GTX 1070 8GB in eGPU Thunderbolt 1 (10 Gbps) External Display: -22 performance drop To us eGPU users.Thunderbolt 1 10Gbps-TB1 20 performance drop 50 performance drop, pCI Express 126Gbps-PCIe, thanks to @theitsage we finally have result with the same CPU in the same Desktop PC with attached to the motherboard Thunderbolt 3 port eGPU (AKiTiO Node with GTX 980Ti 6GB Hybrid) and the results shows the.Resolution ( 1080p) on External Display the Thunderbolt Number is not a big deal, BUT if we use the laptop Internal Display - the best Thunderbolt we have, the less performance drop we will get and also if you have better video card you will have more performance drop because.Thunderbolt 1 (my old laptop) GTX 1060 6GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) GTX 1060 6GB in eGPU Thunderbolt 2 ( 16 Gbps) External Display: -16 performance drop GTX 1060 6GB in eGPU Thunderbolt 2 (16 Gbps) Internal Display: -24 performance drop.GTX 980Ti 6GB Hybrid in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps gTX 980Ti 6GB Hybrid in eGPU (Thunderbolt 3 32Gbps external Display - 16 performance drop.Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps).Thundebolt 2 (16 Gbps).



6GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps) Another test with GTX 1060 6GB eGPU (late-2016 13" MBP [email protected] (AKiTiO Thunder3) ) snow us 21-22 perfromance drop if you using Internal Display and External Display with Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps) : GTX 1060 6GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps).
PCI Express (126Gbps).
Thundebolt 1 (10 Gbps).
Thunderbolt 3 32Gbps-TB3 20 performance drop 1080Ti.
Thunderbolt 2 16Gbps-TB2 20 performance drop 40 GTX1080 titan.In this case Thunderbolt bandwidth will be used in two ways and this will waste bandwidth and cause performance drop compared to using External Monitor. .I will give you the answer in this thread!8GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 2 (16 Gbps) Another test with 1080 eGPU (2015 15" Dell Precision M7510 [email protected] (AKiTiO Node) ) snow us 43 perfromance drop if you using Internal Display with Thundebolt 2 ( 16Gbps) : GTX 1080 8GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) GTX 1080 8GB.Desktop PC and also a Gaming Laptop:.By Using External Display (Monitor) CPU will send data to eGPU for processing and then eGPU will forward processed data directly to the External Display (Monitor).8GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps) Another test with AKiTiO Node eGPU with GTX 1070 8GB with asus UX501VW (i7 -6700HQ) Thunderbolt3 (32Gbps) Test: sertralin insättningssymtom GTX 1070GB 8GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) GTX 1070GB 8GB in eGPU Thunderbolt 3 (32 Gbps) External Display: -20 performance drop.6GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 1 (10 Gbps) I tested my eGPU performance drop and put my evga 1060 6GB in Desktop PC (PCIe slot 126Gbps) and I get 20 performance drop on External Display and 50 performance drop of Internal Display on my eGPU with Thunderbolt 1 ( 10Gbps).PCI Express (126Gbps).Ti 11GB in eGPU with Thundebolt 3 (32 Gbps) Most of the eGPU users wants GTX 1080Ti, thanks to @konceptz we can see that we have -20 performance drop of the GPU on external display, on the Internal Display we have -30 performance drop thanks.February 25, 2017 12:11 am, this is the question that many users wants to know: How much performance drop of my Video Card i will have if i put it in the eGPU with Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2 or Thunderbolt 3?



Update: Again thanks to @theitsage we have complete benchmarks for 1080p (15 performance drop 1440p (8 performance drop) and 4k (5 performance drop) with the same CPU in the same Desktop PC with attached to the motherboard Thunderbolt 3 port eGPU (Razer Core with GTX 980Ti.
So after that test we can confirm that all results we saw so far in this thread are true story even they are with different CPUs and some GPUs are overclocked!


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