Razer Core External GPU Dock Price and Supported GPUs Revealed
Razer Core external GPU dock just got a price tag and details on supported GPUs. If you are interested in buying this thing, be sure to spare an arm and leg for the all-in cost.
According to Razor, its Core external GPU Dock is going to cost you $500. That is without a GPU! Meaning you still need a supported Razer laptop and a supported GPU to use this device. So your all it cost can got well beyond $2000 depending on the model of laptop you use.
Like I mentioned, you will need a supported GPU. The good news is that support isn’t limited to a single manufacturer so Razer Core external GPU Dock can handle both Nvidia and AMD hardware.
Here are some of the cards it can support.
- R9 Fury
- R9 Nano
- R9 300 Series
- R9 290X
- R9 290
- R9 280
- GTX Titan X
- GTX 980 Ti
- GTX 980
- GTX 970
- GTX 960
- GTX 950
- GTX 750 Ti
- GTX 750
Keep in mind that Core Dock will support cards that require a max TDP of 375W. Anything above that will not work with it. Also, you need to keep dimensions in mind – 12.2 x 5.98 x 1.73 inches / 310 x 152 x 44 mm.
Razer Core External Dock Specs:
- PC Connection – USB Type-C w/ Thunderbolt 3 cable
- I/O – -4x USB 3.0
- 1x USB – Type-C (for PC connection)
- Gigabit Ethernet – 10/100/1000
- PSU – 500 W
- Lighting – Razer Chroma (two zones)
- Dimensions – 4.13 x 13.9 x 8.66 inches / 105 x 353 x 220 mm (WxDxH)
- Weight – 10.89 lbs. / 4.94 kg
- Price – $499
You can get $100 off if you buy it along with a supported Razer Notebook. For more details on Razer Core Dock, head over here.
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