Razer’s new Core X Chroma graphics enclosure offers multicolor lighting and Gigabit Ethernet

Razer raises the curtain on the new Core X Chroma, its latest external graphics cabinet (eGPU), which allows you to increase the power of graphics for your Windows or MacOS laptop games using the included Thunderbolt 3 cable. The Core X Chroma enhances Core X last year by offering customizable Chroma backlighting, a more powerful 700-watt power supply and USB-A and Gigabit Ethernet ports.

On the back, you will immediately notice the four Type A USB ports, which can be used to power and use desktop accessories with your laptop or to charge your other devices. The Thunderbolt 3 main cable of the Core X also charges USB-C laptops up to 100 watts and is located just below the Gigabit Ethernet port, which you can use for faster downloads than you would get through Wi-Fi. For those of you who maintain the score, Ethernet support is a recurring feature of the company's first eGPU, the Core V2, which was launched in 2016.

The Core X Chroma supports a wide range of cards PCIe graphics, including RTX, Nvidia's GTX. and the Quadro series, as well as AMD's Radeon and Radeon Pro GPUs for Windows PCs. Unfortunately, the Macs connected to the Core X Chroma will only support AMD GPUs due to limitations within macOS, which is a bit disappointing.

On paper, it seems that Razer designed the Core X Chroma to be easy to use (no tools) and be usable by players and non-players alike since A single removable handle exposes the GPU inside. In the coming weeks, we will review the Core X Chroma to see if it works well with a wide range of Windows and MacBook laptops when connected to Radeon or RTX graphics cards (or just Radeon, in the MacBook case). [19659006] The new Razer Core X Chroma will be available from April 16 on Razer.com and select US stores. UU And Canada. It will be "available soon" in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Nordic countries, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.

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