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The Razer Core external GPU enclosure has a price

Back at CES, Razer began showing off its own external GPU solution, the Razer Core. Since then, AMD has backed the product, with it being one of the first to support XConnect technology using Thunderbolt 3 and now, we finally have a price and shipping date for it. The Razer …

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AMD announces XConnect, new feature for external GPUs

A couple of weeks ago, AMD began teasing that it was working on something new for external graphics cards and today, the company finally put its cards on the table, showing off XConnect, a new feature aimed to make external graphics solutions as good as they should be. Starting from …

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AMD looking to standardize external GPUs

It looks like AMD may be looking into the development of external graphics cards with hopes on standardizing the technology. External GPUs have been floating around for a while though quite a few PC makers like Alienware, Razer and MSI have jumped on board with their own external GPU solutions …

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Intel, Inventec demo Thunderbolt 3-based external graphics solutions

Intel Corp. and Inventec demonstrated external graphics processing solutions featuring Thunderbolt 3 interface at the Intel Developer Forum this week. The devices are based on reference designs and it is unknown when the products could hit the market. Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 interface offers 40Gb/s of bandwidth (about 5GB/s), which is …

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MSI preps external graphics solutions with Thunderbolt 3 interface

The first two generations of Thunderbolt interfaces revolutionized the market of external storage devices and professional equipment. With 40Gb/s of bandwidth, the third iteration of Thunderbolt can be a game changer for external graphics processing solutions designed for notebooks. In fact, MicroStar International is already working on two Thunderbolt 3-based …

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Alienware to launch external graphics adapter for laptops

You can get some pretty decent gaming laptops these days but they'll never be able to quite compete with a fully fledged desktop system, which is why Alienware has decided to launch a new desktop graphics card adapter for those who choose to game on a desktop replacement laptop. This isn't …

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