Razer today announced Razer Core X, an external graphics cabinet Thunderbolt, which offers game-level performance at an affordable price. The Razer Core Series of External Graphics Cabinets, incorporating Core V2 and Core X, are now compatible with Thunderbolt 3 Mac notebooks.
Razer Core X
The new Core X converts laptops with integrated graphics -som Razer Blade Stealth-in desktop typewriters when adding an external graphics card. Players can also get the laptops they play with being current or experiencing virtual reality (VR) by taking performance beyond the limits of the current laptop.
Razer Core V2
Designed with a connection Thunderbolt 3 standard, Core X is incredibly versatile and compatible not only with laptops Razer Blade, but also with systems running Windows and MacOS – especially Windows 10 Redstone 1 or later and MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4 or later with AMD card Radeon compatible. Compatible Razer laptops include Razer Blade Stealth, Razer Blade and Razer Blade Pro (GTX 1060 version). The additional Windows 10 laptops require a Thunderbolt 3 port with external graphics support (eGFX).
The Razer Core X was created from the beginning and has a wide internal design with a wider aluminum housing for renting graphic print cards next to up to 3 slots. Core X supports the latest PCIe print cards such as NVIDIA GeForce, NVIDIA Quadro and Radeon and Radeon Pro cards powered by AMD XConnect. By leveraging the power of these high performance graphics cards, Core X accelerates the creative workflow and creates a compact work or battle station.
Razer Core X
Razer Core X assumes capabilities plug and play with the Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) connection to the laptop, eliminating the need for long reboot every time the external graphics cabinet connects . The practical Thunderbolt 3 connection also provides speeds of up to 40 Gbps.
The Razer Core X includes a 650 W ATX power supply to provide the right power for the latest and future graphics cards. A single Thunderbolt 3 connection to the laptop today offers 100W power for charging the laptop.
The aluminum cap is designed with open valves and extra cooling to quickly spread heat and provide optimal thermal performance for both game sessions as for digital coin break.
The physical installation of a desktop graphics card is done in just a few seconds with the Razer Core X. The durable aluminum housing slides open with minimal effort and the graphics card is securely in place with a butterfly screw to avoid using tools. The Razer solution helps ensure laptops do not get outdated, as graphics cards can easily be replaced with new components and graphics as they become available.
Razer announced today the release of the new Razer Blade 15.6 game laptop. "Including the latest 8th generation processor with six Intel kernels and NVIDIA Max-Q graphics card.
Razer Core X
Razer Core X is now available for ordering For US $ 299 in the United States, Canada, UK, France, Germany, China, and will soon be distributed in Scandinavia, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan.
For more information, see razer.com/ Razer Core V2
Razer Core V2 is currently available for US $ 499 in US gapur and Taiwan.
More information is available at razer.com/core-v2
Recommended Retail Price: US $ 299
-Communication Press