A new version of the external video card enclosure includes Power Supply Very generous - and of course, colorful enlightenment
The field of external graphics processing continues to be particularly intriguing - on the one hand we are witnessing the creation of a massive bottleneck for most modern video cards within theThunderbolt 3, which cuts the performance potential, yet it is still a huge improvement over CPUs with built-in graphics cores that convince quite a few technical users to make the necessary financial investment.
Until we get to see the PCI-Express 4.0 standard in action, while probably also double-speed external connections that can do wonders, this area will remain controversial - but if you embrace an external video card you should know the new and promising chassis from a company Razer Which is precisely designed for this purpose.
The Core X Chroma is an upgrade of the renowned gaming company's Core X budget, though it is not meant to be replaced but sold alongside those who need more - with an internal 700 watt power supply and enough space to accommodate most of the modern video cards NVIDIA And of AMD - Also from the GeForce andRadeon Gaming and the Quadro andRadeon Pro in favor of creating content or scientific tasks that require maximum processing power.
The package includes RGB illumination built into the Chroma technology Razer Which enables customization and synchronization with a variety of other components through a dedicated application, based on an author Thunderbolt 3 external single but dual internal controller - giving it the ability to provide maximum bandwidth for the video card connected to the system while also providing up to 100 watts of power for standard PCs USB Power Delivery Through one of the fourUSB Type-A where. There is even a Gigabit Ethernet connection in the package as a solution for many compact mobile devices that have decided to abandon it.
God-Razer Core X Chroma will be available at a recommended price of 400 dollars - expensive at 100 dollarsCore X is the standard and expensive 200Thunderbolt 3 The simplest and most basic. A justified investment? Feel free to tell what you think about the comments.