- Apr 24, 2019
- i5 9600K
It's hard to tell what the problem can be as no one here is using that particular CPU, no error reporting and b166ar's approach is a clean vanilla config.
You need your display to be connected to eGPU, not the motherboard's iGPU socket if you want to use the graphic card. Make sure the iGPU is allowed in BIOS for JPEG encodign and flawless sleep setting etc. as well as it's configured well.Hi! I have a setup with an i5-7500 and RX 560. I seem to have partial hardware acceleration, but sometimes things are very slow and apps like Final Cut and Quicktime (While recording) can get extremely laggy and freeze.
Do you have your display plugged into the dGPU or iGPU? Thanks!