Gigabyte's Aorus GTX 1070, the GPU you don't unbox

Subject: Graphics Cards | December 28, 2017 - 03:32 PM |
Tagged: external gpu, gigabyte, aorus, gtx 1070, thunderbolt 3, nvidia, gaming box

Have a laptop with Thunderbolt 3 and a mobile GPU that just doesn't cut it anymore?  Gigabyte now offers an incredibly easy way to upgrade your laptop, with no screwdriver required!  The Aorus GTX 1070 Gaming Box contains an external desktop class GTX 1070 and separate PSU, giving you a dock with some serious gaming prowess.  The Tech Report's benchmarks compare this external GPU against the GTX 1060 installed in their Alienware gaming laptop and Alienware's own external GPU enclosure, on both the internal display and an external monitor.  The results are somewhat mixed and worth reading through fully, however if you are on an integrated GPU then this solution is an incredible upgrade.

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"Gigabyte's Aorus GTX 1070 Gaming Box offers us a look into a future where a big shot of graphics performance is just a single cable away for ultraportable notebook PCs. We plugged the Gaming Box into a test notebook and gave it a spin to see just how bright that future looks."

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December 29, 2017 | 02:46 AM - Posted by shnoopx (not verified)

Does the product include the 250$ "Force of Will" Magic Card?

Wbr, shnoopx

December 29, 2017 | 05:00 PM - Posted by biblicabeebli

Actually the particular card shown is from the Judge Gift Program, making it more like $350.

December 30, 2017 | 04:49 AM - Posted by shnoopx (not verified)

The biggest online shop in Europe sells it for 230€ = ~250$. ^^

Would be a nice Bonus if the The Aorus GTX 1070 Gaming Box would include the card. ^^

Wbr, shnoopx

December 30, 2017 | 12:52 AM - Posted by Way neJetSki (not verified)

The nerd in me loves the Magic the gathering for size reference.

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