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    Razer's new mid-range eGPU can handle the latest NVIDIA RTX graphics and adds some RGB flair as well.
    Razer is continuing to give some breathing room to its popular external GPU (eGPU) kits with the introduction of the new Razer Core X Chroma. Priced at $399 the Core X Chroma sits above the $299 non-Chroma Core X and below the $499 Razer Core v2.
    For design, the Core X Chroma borrows a lot from the Core X but bumps many of the main specifications including adding a 700-watt power supply (versus just 500 watts in the current Core X).

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    04-16-2019 08:11 AM

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