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Razer Core X Aluminum External Enclosure eGPU ATX Case w/ 65)W PSU (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Razer has Razer Core X Aluminum External Enclosure eGPU ATX Case w/ 65)W PSU (Refurbished; Black) on sale for $169.99. Shipping is free.(delivers within 5-7 business days after order ships).

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  • Includes a 1-year Razer product warranty w/ purchase (fully refurbished by Razer technicians to meet the performance specification of new Razer products)

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  • This is a great price if you're in the market for this eGPU ATX case and do not mind a refurbished unit (normally priced at $339.99); supplies are limited nd may contain minor cosmetic imperfections
  • Repackaged and sealed to meet Razer's stringent final inspection requirements
  • Please ensure the GPU selected meets all size, power, and additional requirement; up to 3-slot wide, full-length, PCI-Express x16 graphics card
  • Compatible w/ macOS/Windows w/ High Sierra 10.13.4 or later or Windows 10 (64-Bit)
  • Offer valid while promotional price/supplies last
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Razer Store [razer.com] Refurbished Razer Core X external GPU (egpu) is currently 50% off

Refurbished price $339.99 - 50% = $169.99

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About the Product
  • Connect a Desktop GPU to Boost Your Laptop​
  • Quick and Easy Setup for Thunderbolt™ 3 Compatible Laptops​
  • Unrestricted Power for Windows 10 and macOS Users​

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Includes a 1-year manufacturer warranty w/ purchase

https://www.razer.com/refurb-egpu...10100-REFB
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Think you can get $10 off by signing up for Rewards also. I use a Zotac eGPU with my NUC and it is awesome, highly recommend it if you have a use for one. It's also pretty quiet compared to a gaming laptop.
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FP material imo
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This gave new life to an old several year old MBP. Dropped in a decent 8gb GPU and now got a nice little setup. Has some quirks but nothing you cant work around. Do note it requires one of those high throughtput USB C cables bwtn case and laptop, not the basic ones, for power and video.
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This gave new life to an old several year old MBP. Dropped in a decent 8gb GPU and now got a nice little setup. Has some quirks but nothing you cant work around. Do note it requires one of those high throughtput USB C cables bwtn case and laptop, not the basic ones, for power and video.
Good point, those are typically 20" and crazy expensive. It does come with one.
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PSA: just be aware that M1 Macs do not support eGPUs and likely never will.
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Good point, those are typically 20" and crazy expensive. It does come with one.
Good point…..Amazon for the win if you need a replacement
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The Flow x13 and XG eGPU make this at 350 a hard sell.
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What is the bottleneck of these things vs using a gfx card internally? How well would it work to hook this up to a business laptop that has a good processor and a decent amount of RAM? Would there be any stuttering when playing games?
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What is the bottleneck of these things vs using a gfx card internally? How well would it work to hook this up to a business laptop that has a good processor and a decent amount of RAM? Would there be any stuttering when playing games?
As long as you're driving an external monitor from the eGPU it's fine. But there are a fair number of people who try to leverage their laptop screen on these and see some fair performance degradation for what I would consider obvious reasons.
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Think you can get $10 off by signing up for Rewards also. I use a Zotac eGPU with my NUC and it is awesome, highly recommend it if you have a use for one. It's also pretty quiet compared to a gaming laptop.
I signed up for the offer since it appeared during my checkout...did not receive an email for a code or anything so I finished checking out anyhow. Discount did not appear in after confirmation and web chatted with customer support. CS would not apply the discount manually so I cancelled my order. CS commented it would take up to 24 hours to receive the code but I usually receive discount codes minutes after completing a discount offer process from other sites.
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Sold out
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Good while it lasted I guess; refurbished items like this are so much better since most wear on the components are like high frequency contact points like I/o and fans
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What is the bottleneck of these things vs using a gfx card internally? How well would it work to hook this up to a business laptop that has a good processor and a decent amount of RAM? Would there be any stuttering when playing games?
It depends on how your laptop implements Thunderbolt. Some only utilize 2 PCIe lanes(~20 gbps) while others utilize 4(~40gbps). Even with 4 PCIe lanes, benchmarks usually show about a 10-15% performance hit on a given desktop GPU.

I got one of these a while back to try out with my ~3y/o laptop that only has 2 lane Thunderbolt for a potential travel gaming setup. While it did provide a decent performance bump over the laptop GPU, it wasn't enough to justify trying to travel with a rather bulky enclosure that's about the same size as my SFF desktop PC, especially since I would still need to bring an external monitor.
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