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HP 15t-dw100 7CZ23AV
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, I got a HP 15t-dw100 7CZ23AV recently as a gift, (Core i7 10510u, 12gb ram, 256gb Ssd, intel 620 integrated graphics).

I want to upgrade the graphics. I recently heard about EXP GDC Graphics Card Dock, Can I use it with my laptop. I've also heard that Hp laptops a BIOS whitelist or something like that.

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The USB-C port is data transfer only. In order to use eGPU you need a Thunderbolt 3 port, which you do not have. 

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Thanks for replying. I know that my laptop doesn't support thunderbolt3. I want to connect the egpu via the slot that is used to connect the wifi card. Can I do it?

 

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You have to run it with the bottom panel off. I am not enthusiastic, but yes it should work. 

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Yes. Sorry for being late. I'm planning to run it with bottom panel off. My Laptop's WLAN card is connected via NGFF Slot right?

Also heard about something like a whitelist of sorts. Is it present in my laptop?

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The wifi slot is M.2 NGFF. No whitelist. Good luck

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