- Apr 14, 2016
- MSI B250 Krait Gaming
- I7 7700K
- Asus Rx 560
- Mobile Phone
Processor :Intel Core i7 7700K @ 4.10GHz - 4.5GHz Graphics Processor(GPU) :Intel HD Graphics 630 ASUS RX560 OC 2GB Motherboard :MSI B250 Krait Gaming Chipset :Intel B250 Express Hard disk :223GB KINGSTONE-A400 (SSD) (WORKING/MAX SPEED) RAM :8GB DDR4 2600 MHz ADATA Wifi :TP-LINK WN823N Wireless Network Adapter LAN :Intel I219V Audio :Realtek High Definition Audio ALC892 USB 3.0 :Intel Panther Point PCH - USB 3.0 xHCI Controller Interface : 6 x SATA-600, 2 x M.2 1 x USB-C Gen 2 + 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 + 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 + 2 x USB 2.0 1x DVI-D, 1x HDMI - Board 1x LAN 1x PS/2 keyboard / mouse High Definition Audio (8-channel)
Graphics Processor: Intel HD 630 is "partially working" (256 mb set by bios) and Asus RX560 OC card is working perfectly.
HDMI Port + DVI-D : Are working perfectly with dual monitor and full acceleration.
Wifi: WN823N is fully working.
LAN: Intel I219V is fully working.
Audio: Working well
Trim: Trim Enabled via sudo trimforce enable
I'm actually on 10.13.5
Is there any way i could get both (iGPU and eGPU) working well hd 630 is recognized as a PCI device but it won't appear on graphic cards in the system report, on PCI devices it says compatible with VGA device, also in iStats app the use of memory is always the same and the iGPU processors says 0 MHz, the worth thing is that any screen connected to the IGPU wont be recognized i've tried via DVI-D and HDMI.