Razer needs no introduction when it comes to gaming laptops and accessories and now the company has introduced Razer Core X eGPU that also features support for Mac which is the first eGPU from Razer to feature Mac support.
This Razer Core X eGPU is priced at $299 and is designed to provide a significant graphics boost to notebooks by allowing users to attach an external GPU using this enclosure.
The Razer Core X eGPU uses the Thunderbolt 3 cable with USB-C connector to transfer data and power back and forth between the notebook and the GPU. The X eGPU supports X eGPU GPUs like NVIDIA GeForce, NVIDIA Quadro, AMD Radeon and AMD Radeon Pro GPUs.
The enclosure features a 650-watt ATX power supply which is enough to power up two GTX Titan X GPU despite it has only space for one and the reason why it supports such a high-end power supply is to future proof it. Users can connect up to 3 PCIe GPUs such as GTX 1080 Ti.
Speaking of Razer, the company has also introduced its Razer Blade 15 which is powered by 8th Gen Coffee Lake Intel Core i7-8750H. This gaming laptop features 16 GB dual-channel DDR4-2667 RAM and users have the option to upgrade it to 32 GB.
It features a 15.6-inch display with a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate along with 100 percent sRGB color gamut coverage. If you want higher resolution then you also have an option for 4K 60Hz display which also supports 100% sRGB color gamut.
For the GPU side of things, customers will have a choice between a GTX 1060 and GTX 1070. These GPUs are based on Nvidia Max-Q design for optimal performance and cooling.
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