Razer has released an external video card for Mac
Razer has released a new eGPU cost 299 U.S. dollars, which will also support Mac. It is reported by iMore.
For all fans of computer games output Razer Core X – large event. Which is unusual, and its price is lower than in Core V2 – previous version of eGPU Razer. In addition, all the Mac-gamers will be pleased: the novelty has support for Apple computers.
In fact, Razer Core X is a simple black metal box in the side bar which has one large fan. The product comes with a standard power supply 650 watts, sufficient for all that the user will insert. 500 W from it is reserved for the GPU and 100 watts for charging compatible USB-C-notebooks. Core X connects to your Mac or PC via Thunderbolt 3.
Supported graphics cards on the Mac not as many as on the PC, but Razer assures that the Core X will work with the latest consumer and professional cards AMD. Here is the list:
- AMD Radeon RX 570
- AMD Radeon RX 580
- AMD Radeon 7100 Pro WX
- AMD Radeon RX Vega 56
- AMD Radeon RX Vega 64
- AMD Vega Frontier Edition Air
- AMD Radeon 9100 Pro WX
It is also necessary that the Mac runs on an operating system not below macOS High Sierra 10.13.4.
Of course, not everyone understands what is needed eGPU on a Mac, after all, hardly anyone plays games on Apple computers. For example, as she explains Razer, Core X is a great opportunity to try VR on not very powerful machines. Razer Core X you can buy right now in the online store of Razer for $ 299 US.
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