Razer holds the curtain on the new Core X Chroma, the latest outdoor graphics enclosure (eGPU), which allows you to increase gaming power graphics of your Windows or macOS laptop by using the included Thunderbolt cable 3. Core X Chroma improves Core X last year by offering custom Chroma backlighting, a more powerful 700-watt power supply, and USB-A and Gigabit Ethernet ports.
At the back you will notice immediately the four USB Type-A ports, which can be used in power and can use desktop accessories with your laptop or charge your other devices. Thunderbolt 3 Core X's main cable also lays USB-C laptops up to 1
Core X Chroma supports a wide range of PCIe graphics card, including RTX, GTX of Nvidia, and Quadro series as well as AMD & # 39; s Radeon and Radeon Pro GPUs for Windows PCs. Unfortunately, Macs connected to Core X Chroma will only have support for AMD GPUs due to limitations within macos itself, which is a bit of a letdown.
In the paper, Razer seems to have designed Core X Chroma to be easy to fix (with less equipment) and players and players can not use it from starting with a single pull-out handle revealing within the GPU. In the coming weeks, we will examine Core X Chroma to see if it performs well on a wide range of Windows and MacBook laptops when connected to Radeon or RTX graphics card (or Radeon-only, in the case of the MacBook ).  The new Razer Core X Chroma will be available starting April 16 from Razer.com and select retailers in the US and Canada. It will be "available soon" in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Nordic countries, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.
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