Gigabyte is launching an external box for the RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. It intends to cool the powerful graphics all-in-one with water cooling with a 240mm radiator.
Late last week, Gigabyte announced a new addition to its gaming Aorus family. It is a Gaming Box external GPU with a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. Unlike conventional graphics models in external time, this one is characterized by water cooling. This provides an all-in-one radiator termination solution with dimensions of 240 × 120 mm. It is completed with a pair of 120mm fans.
The connection is taken care of by a single Thunderbolt 3 interface with a throughput of 40 Gb / s. Therefore, it is likely that the performance of external graphics will not fully correspond to models connected through the PCIe 3.0 x16 interface. Power loss should be around 12%. If you connect an external display through the ports on the graphics card, the performance reduction will be less dramatic.
The exterior of the eGPU box is very simple and is dominated by a perforated side wall and a logo on the front. Of course, Gigabyte did not forget the RGB backlight controlled by RGB Fusion software.
We do not know the price yet, but it will certainly not be small. For example version with RTX 3080 is sold for almost 46 thousand crowns.
Source: PCTuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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