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The promising future of video cards on an external connection now begins with NVIDIA

The chipmaker's current device driver includes support for a new feature that is mentioned marginally, but may be the beginning of a real revolution in the world of graphics processing based on a connection external

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The new version of NVIDIA Device Manager, גירסה 361.75, Added support for SLI arrays for several prominent titles that were spoken on a large number of sources across the network. However, the same version is fresh Added an additional and equally interesting support, Modestly and almost without mention - the support for connecting video cards externally, Based on the 3 Thunderbolt standard.

This new support, currently defined as a beta supported by all the GTX 900 family models of the developer, the Titan X and the GeForce GTX 750 and the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, connects directly to what we saw at CES 2016 at And in Asus - a situation where an external chassis with a video card and power supply is connected in real time to any system, stationary or mobile, 3, and gives it a big leap in graphics processing capabilities.

A little mention with great meaning
A little mention with great meaning

in We have seen the launch of the Ultra Stealth Blade UltraBlock, which will be quite standard (especially for a keyboard with LED backlit color) on its own but will be marketed alongside an external chassis called , With a ready-made power supply, a space for all supported graphics cards up to two slots, and a connection 3 that will allow it to be connected to the UltraBock, giving it a desktop-level graphics processing power that will turn it into a real gaming machine.

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The external Core chassis of Beside The Blade Stealth

Asus introduced a similar and more stylish chassis that meets the ROG XG2 and is based on a pair of connections 3 that work in parallel, for even more significant bandwidth which will help to derive the full potential of the external video card. Beyond that it is a great solution to give improved processing power to all This technology also has the potential to save the purchase of a powerful video card dedicated to a number of different systems in the same home - if they are not activated at the same time, it will be possible to simply move the external case from the living room to the new one.

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Asus's XG2 offers a much more aggressive design - and perhaps enhanced performance - thanks to the use of a pair of connections 3, if you can find a suitable device with a pair of support inputs, of course

The basic concept of connecting external video cards to computers we have met more At the end of the previous decade Based on the ExpressCard interface, we will They accompany him And they tell you about him For several years - but only now, with the - 3 and its improved bandwidth that reaches 40 gigabits per second and the ability to make the required connection easier and faster, it seems that we are finally entering an era in which this idea can be implemented real and logical.

It is not yet clear whether- Similar support for video card connection is already available 3 or not, but it is reasonable to assume that the chip developer is well aware of the trend, and will be able to join the trend fairly quickly if and when they decide that the market is ripe - which will help us get a greater selection of compatible hardware.

Dell has already introduced an external graphic "amplifier" to its Alienware handsets somewhere in 2014 - but it was based on an exclusive connection it developed based on Thunderbolt, while the new applications we discussed in this article give us hope for something more popular and accessible
Dell has already introduced an external graphic "amplifier" to its Alienware handsets somewhere in 2014 - but it was based on an exclusive connection it developed based on , While the new applications we discussed in this article give us hope for something more popular and accessible

It is still unclear exactly how much Core will cost And the solution of , But we are on the verge of getting the answers soon, and prices can really make sense enough to spur entry into the mainstream of the world of graphic processing. We will continue to follow and update you.


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  1. I just read about both of them today by chance…
    The Asus ROG XG2 is connected with a USB-Type_c pair and not thunderBolt3 ... Listen carefully next time.
    And it's time for them to release something like that .. For years people have been thanking eGpu ...
    Although I realized that up to 5% performance was decreased on these devices, because two Type-c connections are parallel to PCI-e 4x and not 16x, or a single ThunderBolt3 connection should be fast enough on paper, but it is not because of ThunderBolt3's Socks conversion, Let us not talk about the fact that if you connect to these boxes another Gigabit Internet and some USB devices it will take up more bandwidth and then slow down even more.
    Kitzer will wait another two years and then it will probably be with a normal one cable standard (ThunderBolt4?) That hopefully already exists on all computers by default and not like today that only a few boards and patches have such a connection.

  2. Such an extension would be relevant to consoles as well? So it is something that will greatly extend their longevity ...

  3. @cyberX No, listen to you well next time. The Thunderbolt 3 interface uses a USB Type-C connector but transmits a PCIE signal

  4. Consoles? No.
    The whole point of this console is not to mess with graphic settings and resolution.
    And you always ignore and forget about the interesting CPU in the current consoles that will be a bottle neck with a video card like Gtx970 and stronger

  5. The Thunderbolt moment is a connection that will come with the new motherboards that will support it like USB? And what about USBC? Wouldn't he support it? Is there speed data for PCI-E? How does he connect to SLI in the same drawer or does he recognize that there are 2 drawers with 2 cards?
    Wonder what the motherboards of the future will look like we no longer need PCI-E slots
    We will wait for your update. Thanks.

  6. I have my Asus rog laptop G752VY waiting impatiently for it
    Although it all flew to me if 980GTXM 8DDR5
    I would still love to do that and put one of the 1080TI Yala coming!

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