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I obtained an Alienware GPU and was wondering if there was anyway to hook it up to an rpi? GPU I want to use

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    If that card is a regular PCI-e graphics card I don't think you'll get anywhere with it. There is nothing to interface the card with on the Pi and no exposed PCI-e bus. Perhaps some USB->GPU contraption but USB2 is nowhere near fast enough for display purposes (and on the Pi this is already contended) and you might struggle with drivers long before that. – tobyd Dec 10 '18 at 10:52

Sorry, it's not possible. There's no PCI bus. There's no external interfaces to the ARM GPU other than HDMI, CSI (camera) and DSI (RPF official touch screen).

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