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Is it possible to connect an external video card to a computer? (Motherboard does not support Thunderbolt), and whether it is possible to remove the card and connect


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Some boards come with proper preparation and then it is possible to add a TB card to them but If the motherboard does not support TB then it is not possible to use an external card.

 

It is usually possible to disassemble the external card and use it as an internal card.

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It is also possible without TB, but it requires cutting the plastic and there will be an internal PCIE connection, usually canceling the card The internal or as an EXP expansion card and run out a cable that connects to the external board that you order, the board is connected to a power supply.

How effective is performance? About 30-40% less performance than a dedicated connection. how much does it cost? The range is quite dynamic but cheap it is not and nothing guarantees that it will work for you because there is no factory that produces it, it is home construction of people in Ivy.
And you lose all point in the computer Since it has become stationary.
As an example:

 

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