Hi, Good day to you all. Please I just want to find out if it'll be nice to use an eGPU on my Laptop. I love games a lot and my dad gifted me this laptop. It'll be somehow to say I want to sell it to get something else. So I plan on using an eGPU setup. So I want to find out;
1. If I can use it on my system
2. Will it be something I'll be able to carry most times
@DJ_NRT When it comes to upgrading your setup, detail is everything. Most eGPU docks require the host computer to have a Thunderbolt™ 3 port to connect to the external graphics dock. Thunderbolt 3 is a high-speed input/output port from Intel® that allows the eGPU to communicate with the laptop to provide accelerated graphics.
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