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50Sam

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  1. Yeah right didnt think of that i mean 40Gb/s is equal to 5GB/s which is better than pcie 3.0 4x lanes but but the graphics card still needs around 7GB/s so yeah i guess i need to find another solution thanks guys
  2. Hi LTT community, Scroll down to the part in bold if you dont care about my life and just wanna answer my question. I am a Student with a decent payed side-job, looking for a new setup. Current setups: (i5 6600K 4.6GHz; GTX1060 6GB; 16GB Ram; 500GB SSD 740evo; 750GB salvaged HDD from some laptop) (Acer V5 i5 3330U; GT 720 2GB; 8GB Ram) Yes current setup is not bad. However, I am a student and need therefore a light portable laptop that has great battery life and does not look gamerish. Then I need a computer where i can game and stay in touch with long distance friends. My struggle is that i wanna have one system. Therefore I am lokking for a nice lightweight laptop eg. MSI 15 Prestige. Where i can game when I am traveling abroad and when back home plug into a RTX2070 for example. My issue so far is that with the current E-GPU setup over TB3 the 4x lanes (3,938GB/s) and a normal Graphics card being around (6.4 GB/s) I wont bother considering this setup. However, now comes the question: With the new Intel mobile CPUs whenever they release them, with the PCI-e 4.0 the speed of 4x lanes will be (7,877GB/s) hence no bottleneck in theory. Do you think that if such laptop is bought the current lets say Razer Core X chroma will support over TB3 the new PCI-e 4.0? I mean TB3 has 40GB/s in theory right? Thank you for your time!!!
  3. 50Sam

    E-GPu Setup

    Hi LTT community, Scroll down to the part in bold if you dont care about my life and just wanna answer my question. I am a Student with a decent payed side-job, looking for a new setup. Current setups: (i5 6600K 4.6GHz; GTX1060 6GB; 16GB Ram; 500GB SSD 740evo; 750GB salvaged HDD from some laptop) (Acer V5 i5 3330U; GT 720 2GB; 8GB Ram) Yes current setup is not bad. However, I am a student and need therefore a light portable laptop that has great battery life and does not look gamerish. Then I need a computer where i can game and stay in touch with long distance friends. My struggle is that i wanna have one system. Therefore I am lokking for a nice lightweight laptop eg. MSI 15 Prestige. Where i can game when I am traveling abroad and when back home plug into a RTX2070 for example. My issue so far is that with the current E-GPU setup over TB3 the 4x lanes (3,938GB/s) and a normal Graphics card being around (6.4 GB/s) I wont bother considering this setup. However, now comes the question: With the new Intel mobile CPUs whenever they release them, with the PCI-e 4.0 the speed of 4x lanes will be (7,877GB/s) hence no bottleneck in theory. Do you think that if such laptop is bought the current lets say Razer Core X chroma will support over TB3 the new PCI-e 4.0? I mean TB3 has 40GB/s in theory right? Thank you for your time!!!
  4. Well that's an option but I would prefer something that does not look like a gaming machine but like a thin and lite which has 4 cores so I could game at home with an egpu
  5. I'm just want to know what's available so any I guess ?
  6. Yeah I've seen those at CES they look good.
  7. The tags say everything, Im in NZ at the moment and all my RL friends are in Europe. Would like to play casual and competitive. Would be nice if you are platinum 2 and over
  8. Looking for a new laptop with these tags, portable for uni and productivity use, egpu and gaming at home. I thought maybe the dell XPS or Asus Zenbook pro. Let me know your ideas?
  9. True i think what nerdslayer1 suggested would be perfect in size perfomance and portability thank you guys <3
  10. i know its not perfect but i rather prefer having a portable laptop than a fat one, also i prefer to have one pc
  11. http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/QNA44089/thunderbolt-3-40gbps-data-transfer-rate?lang=EN in their chart it says 2 lane and i answered
  12. I like the new XPS15 a lot, and it would be my first choice but it has only 2 Lanes of Thunderbolt 3. Thanks for the suggestion tho :*
  13. Hello fellows, I need a laptop for UNI. I mentioned the minimum requirements in the tags it does not matter if the storage does not reach 500GB unless it is upgradable. I would highly apreciate 4 lanes of thunderbolt as i woud like to use the laptop with an E-GPU at home.
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