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Sonnet box for externalGPU.

Post by contegufo » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:10 am


Arriving anTo Nabb Show in Las Vegas (April 22 to 27), Sonnet will present eGFX Breakaway, a new box of Thunderbolt 3 PCI Express (PCIe) specifically designed for the management of graphics applications that require large bandwidth. The box allows you to make video cards with high performance GPU and other PCIe cards are supported via Thunderbolt 3. solutions such as AMD Radeon R, RX and NVIDIA GeForce GTX: the complete list of supported GPUs will shortly be published on the manufacturer's website. In addition to video cards, the Breakaway Box supports any PCIe card of any length and height.

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The manufacturer will also present the new series of media reader SF3. The number of card reader CFast 2.0 SF3 offers a dual slot, and thanks to the Thunderbolt port 3 can handle two cards simultaneously with transfer rates up to 1,000 MB per second, more than twice the average speed offered by USB card reader 3. The CFast 2.0 readers are fed directly from the bus and do not require external power supplies. They also offer double slot, Thunderbolt interface 3 and are in a rugged aluminum enclosure that allows you to stack multiple devices on one another.external box Thunderbolt 3 PCI Express (PCIe) to manage cards and high-performance GPU. Also a card reader Sonnet Thunderbolt 3 ... -nab-show/ ... eltb3.html ... e1tb3.html
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Re: Sonnet box for externalGPU.

Post by Oscar J » Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:18 am

Nice :) Don't know if they'll support Mac though, especially the latest MBP has been really painful to get working with DIY eGPUs afaik.

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