Razer Core V2, The Supporting Graphic Device With The First 3 Dual Thunderbolt Design In The World

Complementing the existence of the latest Blade Stealth gaming laptop, Razer reportedly also helped present the second generation Razer Core graphics supporter or better known as Razer Core V2.


Razer Core V2

Coming with the world’s first dual Thunderbolt 3 design, the Razer Core V2 splits graphics and I / O in two different paths, in order to optimize the flow of data for smooth gameplay and solid device connections. All wrapped in one Thunderbolt 3 port for an easy plug and play experience that makes Razer Core V2 compatible with all Razer Blade systems.

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Redesigned on the inside, Razer Core V2 offers expandable headroom while maintaining the same compact footprint. Thanks to the existence of this latest design will certainly enable the support of NVIDIA GeForce 10-series graphics cards, NVIDIA Quadro and AMD Radeon latest to be placed so you can more freely play any game the most popular with maximum performance.

In addition to relying on a 500W power supply combined with some additional fans, your graphics card is still comfortable to use, so avoid any kind of system lag during game play, this graphics support device (External Graphics Enclosure) is also equipped with four USB 3.0 ports and Gigabit Ethernet port to handle all your expansion and connectivity needs.

Not only that, thanks to the support of Chroma Razer and forged with strong CNC aluminum, making Razer Core V2 look stunning on your desk, and can be synchronized with your other Razer equipment via Razer Synapse which is the perfect device to enhance your setup. While the price itself, Razer Core V2 is reportedly going to be priced with a price tag of $ 499 per unit.

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