MacBook Got External Graphics Card, Use Radeon RX 580 8 GB

MacBook Got External Graphics Card, Use Radeon RX 580 8 GB
With its own design, the MacBook is not a gaming laptop. But Apple's recently launched device certainly answers the gamer's wishes on the MacOS platform.

Since the first MacBook itself is more identical as a laptop productivity. Users use it to handle daily work. But that first, now the MacBook even able to offer virtual reality (VR) capabilities.

This is possible thanks to the support devices for the Apple MacBook announced on WWDC 2017 titles.

Is an external graphics card, the device in question. This device allows the MacBook to handle graphics computing heavier than usual. How to use it is fairly easy, MacBook users only need to plug it into the port thunderbolt 3 available.

Furthermore, MacBook users can connect the external graphics card to a larger screen, or even connected to the VR glasses. Apple itself includes HTC Vive to prove it.

Graphics card embedded in this device is also not kidding. As quoted from The Verge, Apple is called to instill AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics card with a capacity of 8 GB VRAM!

But make sure you have enough power supply, because this external graphics card needs 350 watts of power to operate.

Interested to bring him? Then you must set up $ 600. If you want to add HTC Vive, then add another $ 100.

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