PowerColor Gaming Station: a box with a Thunderbolt 3 port for a video card


A shelf of external boxes for a discrete graphics accelerator arrived: the PowerColor Gaming Station debuted with a high-speed Thunderbolt 3.

The device is made in a casing with dimensions of 343.2 × 163 × 245 mm. At the same time, a video card with a two-slot design may be located inside, the dimensions of which do not exceed 310 × 157 × 46 mm.

The box is equipped with a 550W power supply. To connect to the computer, the mentioned Thunderbolt 3 interface (based on the USB Type-C port), providing up to 40 Gbps throughput, is used. In addition, there are five USB 3.0 ports for connecting various peripherals, as well as an Ethernet 10/100/1000 port.

As part of the box, you can use a discrete graphics accelerator family AMD Radeon RX400 and RX500 Series or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series. The maximum power consumption of such an adapter should not be more than 375 W.

The PowerColor Gaming Station solution is designed for use with laptops and desktop computers running the Windows operating system. Using a discrete graphics card as an external component will allow you to run demanding games.