EGPU setup for Dell AIO

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UPDATE

first look at new setup. GPU required DVI input to separate from integrated graphics processor. I’m running games like Space Engineers on medium and high quality with a 500GB SSD. After all was said and done; paid 90 for the tower and 100 for the GPU and runs better than expected

THANKS EVERYONE FOR THEIR VALID INPUT!
Holy crap! I would like to see the whole setup of your master piece.....LOL! the tower connected to the AIO.
 

mattgray7

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Holy crap! I would like to see the whole setup of your master piece.....LOL! the tower connected to the AIO.
no sorry ditched the AIO. There’s not really any way to separate the integrated graphics card from the monitor of the all in one. Then again, there was a point in time where the computer and graphics card were running but no video output 🤔 maybe at that point the vga/dvi input would’ve worked. Either way I scrapped what I could from the AIO and went with the Desktop
 

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I stay away from AIO computers! AIO computers are like laptops. If the graphics chip dies, you have a doorstop.
I actually retrieved one from a junk heap. This one had an actual VGA connector so I was able to remove the screen attachment and attach an external monitor. It had a CD-ROM drive (yes, it was that old), which I could not remove without destroying the unit BUT, it had USB ports on the monitor and I was able to attach an external DVD burner.
 

mattgray7

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I stay away from AIO computers! AIO computers are like laptops. If the graphics chip dies, you have a doorstop.
I actually retrieved one from a junk heap. This one had an actual VGA connector so I was able to remove the screen attachment and attach an external monitor. It had a CD-ROM drive (yes, it was that old), which I could not remove without destroying the unit BUT, it had USB ports on the monitor and I was able to attach an external DVD burner.
THIS WAS ME lol I forgot about the DVI input in the back of it so I just used a separate monitor before switching to desktop anyways
 

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