Setting two GPU in your laptop: eGPU in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Some months ago, I decided to buy a new laptop with enough power to crunch data. At that time, I also had a desktop with a GTX 1070, but I stopped using it because of the convenience of my new laptop. Having a GPU like the GTX 1070 dusting is not the best idea. Thus, searching on the internet I found that there are some External Graphics Card Dock that enables the capability to connect an…

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