I noticed the Star64 board support PCIe x1 Slot.
I want to power-on Star64 with uboot(or UEFI/EDK2) ,so,does uboot(or UEFI/EDK2) support PCIe GPU(such as AMD graphics-card or nvidia graphics-card )?
PCIE external GPU is supported.
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# Fedora with ATI Radeon 5450, running Quake2
I wanted to compile and test a few programs on a RISC-V. I only ran into the problem of minimal support of the onboard GPU and custom build Debian from the StarFive Team.
So below you can see my "solution".
- StarFive VisionFive 2
- BEYIMEI PCIE Riser-Ver010X GPU Riser, 1X tot 16X (4PIN/6PIN/MOLEX) PCIE-verlengkabel, M.2 naar PCI-E Riser Card Bitcoin Litecoin Ethereum.
This is about 11 EURO on amazon, so no big deal... [amazon-link](https://www.amazon.nl/dp/B0BF4PH83Y?ref_=pe_28126711_487767311_302_E_DDE_dt_1)
- ATI Radeon 5450, Bought on a Dutch second-hand website, for 10 EURO.
- An ATX power supply (was still lying around in the house)
- For debugging a USB to TTL (was still lying around in the house), is about 5 EURO.
My first setup was with a too light power supply for the video card, you can still see it in the background (no longer connected). I always used this to connect a hard disk externally.
If this also happens to you, you will see that the video card is recognized by the kernel, but that you see a lot of errors. `[ 817.910347] pcie_plda 2c000000.pcie: AXI fetch error`
It looks like OS gpu.So does uboot(or UEFI/EDK2) support??