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PowerColor Announces Next-Gen Gaming Station eGFX Enclosure

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, has released a brand new external graphics card chassis called the GAMING STATION which is an another version of DEVIL BOX. PowerColor introduced the DEVIL BOX for supporting users who want to play games with their laptops connecting through Thunderbolt 3. PowerColor GAMING STATION is based on AMD XConnect Technology which was introduced on March 16th, 2016 by AMD.

AMD had developed this technology in collaboration with Intel's Thunderbolt group and Razer Inc. Likewise, the PowerColor GAMING STATION is designed for users who want to have an even more powerful graphics card on his/her notebook in pursuit of desktop-class graphics performance. With a qualified graphics card installed in the PowerColor GAMING STATION and connecting with Thunderbolt 3 specification, gamers and enthusiasts will be able to play any types of games on the market without sacrificing the portability of a thin'n'light notebook.

Introducing the Node: AKiTiO's Thunderbolt 3 eGFX Box

AKiTiO has introduced its new, Thunderbolt 3-powered external graphics box. Akin to Powercolor's Devil Box ($379), Razer's Core ($499) or ASUS' XG2, the AKiTiO Node is meant to house an external graphics card, delivering true discrete-graphics-class performance to your laptop, AIO or SFF PC. One thing the Node has going for it, though, is pricing: this eGFX Box comes in at only $299. At this price-point, the Node makes away with extra connectors found in some of its competitors, like Ethernet or USB 3.0, keeping it as simple and to-the-point as possible: the only port is for its Thunderbolt 3 connection.

The AKiTiO Node is 428mm long, 145 mm wide and 227 mm high, making it compatible with a variety of dual-slot, full-length AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards (up to 312 mm long, 170 mm high [with power cables] and 44 mm wide), and sports an upgradeable, integrated 400 W SFX PSU, as well as one 120 mm fan for extra cooling capability.
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