Is External GPU Dock safe for Laptop?

Nerevarine

Incarnate
No, dont try it. It doesnt work. It might in very rare case but all it would be good for, is a display.

The only external GPU dock that would give good performance are the ones that are based on thunderbolt or MXM port.
 
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billamama

billamama

Journeyman
No, dont try it. It doesnt work. It might in very rare case but all it would be good for, is a display.

The only external GPU dock that would give good performance are the ones that are based on thunderbolt or MXM port.
Actually I found this video on youtube thats why I think forum is the best place for genuine reply. is the whole thing is a Marketting SCAM?
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
It would work but would give you 30-40 percent, maybe less of the performance of a gpu. Plus, if there is a quality control issue, it can fry your GPU and your pc.

Bigger and better companies have fried components because they screwed around with PCIE slots ( I'm looking at you, NZXT). So I'd say don't try it. It's not worth it.
 
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billamama

billamama

Journeyman
It would work but would give you 30-40 percent, maybe less of the performance of a gpu. Plus, if there is a quality control issue, it can fry your GPU and your pc.

Bigger and better companies have fried components because they screwed around with PCIE slots ( I'm looking at you, NZXT). So I'd say don't try it. It's not worth it.
I've already fried by Motherboard (GA 78LMT USB 3 rev 6.0) :(
won't take any chance with My GPU & only working laptop (Dell N5010),
Thanks for the Clarification :)
 
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