Best eGPU for Video Editing Windows Central 2019
An external GPU (eGPU) enclosure allows you to connect and use a desktop-class graphics card to your notebook. If you plan on editing video on a portable PC and need a little more power, this is a great option so long as you have a spare Thunderbolt 3.
Razer has a sleek-looking enclosure available with Chroma RGB lighting, a 700-watt power supply, and support for AMD and NVIDIA GPUs. It’s perfect for video editing when paired with a capable card.
This eGPU has everything you need already pre-installed. Gigabyte chose the trusty RTX 2070 with ample performance for editing video on the go. This all does mean you’ll be paying out more upfront.
This is one stunning enclosure and supports latest NVIDIA and AMD GPUs. The aluminum chassis was designed in partnership with In Win.
The second enclosure here from ASUS is a beast. Not only does it look the part with an aggressive design, but sports a 600W PSU, RGB lighting, and VR support. It’ll work well with a GPU for video editing.
Don’t let the price fool you to think this enclosure won’t be worth picking up for video editing with a capable GPU. It has all the basics, including a 400W PSU, support for full-sized cards, and a solid build.
Bring Your Own GPU
The Razer Core X is our top-recommended enclosure for an eGPU, striking a balance between design, features, and affordability. This is a great way to avoid shelling out thousands on a more powerful laptop. This enclosure comes rocking Chroma RGB lighting and a reliable 700-watt power supply.
The Razer Core X has full support for the latest NVIDIA RTX and AMD GPUs, making it ideal for video editors on PC or Mac. If you’re looking for something a little more affordable, the ASUS XG-Station-PRO will be able to house the latest GPUs and allow you to enjoy the same video editing experience.
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