PowerColor Devil B External Graphic Card Quick Review



PowerColor Devil B External Graphic Card Quick Review

While several makers, for example Alienware, Asus and Razer have developed proprietary outside graphics card enclosures for their gaming notebooks, PowerColor has taken another strategy by creating a standalone external graphic card or GPU enclosure which will add gaming electricity to any notebook or Mini PC with a Thunderbolt 3 connection. The box is compatible with most AMD and Nvidia cards (we are uncertain about the 1080/1070 and RX 480 as yet, but it is safe to presume that they’ll be compatible as well).

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The box is not modest, standing at 400x172x242mm, but neither are the bulk of strong graphics cards.


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PowerColor Devil B External Graphic Card Quick Review
4.21 (84.21%) ratings from 38 users