MacBook Pro laptop owners looking for a little more graphics processing power may be interested in a new external Macbook pro graphics card created by Blackmagic Design in the form of the Blackmagic eGPU specifically designed for the Apple MacBook Pro and priced at $700. The MacBook Pro graphics card is a fantastically easy way to add extra graphical processing power to your laptop. If your MacBook Pro graphics card is struggling to process graphics quickly enough when video editing or playing AAA games or using applications such as virtual reality. An external graphics card offers an easy way to upgrade your laptop.
The Blackmagic Design eGPU offers a Thunderbolt 3 external graphics processor with built in Radeon Pro 580 graphics card. Allowing you to accelerate everything from video editingApplications, VR and the latest 3D games, without the need to upgrade your MacBook Pro. The Blackmagic eGPU connects to your computer via the included Thunderbolt 3 providing users with an HDMI output, 85W of power, addiitonal Thunderbolt 3 connection and 4 x USB 3.1 connections. Check out the overview video below to learn more about what you can expect from the eGPU MacBook Pro graphics card.
The Blackmagic Design external graphics card is equipped with a Radeon Pro 580 graphics processor providing users with GB of GDDR5 RAM, 256-bit memory bandwidth and 36 discreet compute units for up to 5.5 teraflops of processing power, capable of a massive 38.4 billion textured pixels per second. the Blackmagic eGPU external; GPU offers plenty of flexibility and plugs in to a spare Thunderbolt 3 port on your MacBook Pro. Giving you an HDMI output, 85W of power, another Thunderbolt 3 connection as well as four USB 3.1 connections. The Blackmagic Design eGPU offers
“It’s perfect for accelerating pro app creative workflows such as editing, color correction and visual effects with DaVinci Resolve. When it comes to image processing, the Blackmagic eGPU adds the performance to make games and VR look more realistic than ever. You get higher resolution images, higher frame rate gameplay, better lighting and more detailed textures for truly immersive experiences!”
The casing of the Blackmagic eGPU external graphics card has been extruded from a single piece of aluminium and features a unique thermal cooling system that’s been designed for the airflow and dissipate heat more efficiently. Providing a system that emits just 18dB at its lowest. For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Blackmagic Design website by following the link below.
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