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Razer Core V2, Supporting Graphic Device for Booster the Performance in Working and Gaming

To complement the presence of the latest Blade Stealth gaming laptop, Razer also launched a supporting graphics device, Razer Core V2. Razer Core V2 is a second generation of support graphics device by Razer. The Razer Core V2 comes with a dual Thunderbolt 3 design that allows full transformation of your compatible laptop into a VR-Ready desktop class gaming or workstation setup.

Razer Core V2 divide graphics and I/O in two different paths to optimize data flow for stable gameplay. Razer Core V2 is also supported plug and play feature, so you won’t need to reboot your system every time you connect your laptop to Razer Core V2.

With the new design, Razer Core V2 allows users to gain support from other graphics cards such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series, NVIDIA Quadro and AMD XConnect Radeon RX. This external graphics enclosure also comes with 4 USB 3.0 ports and a Gigabit Ethernet port to facilitate users in connectivity.

The Razer Core V2 Thunderbolt 3 external desktop graphics enclosure relies on a 500W power supply combined with an additional cooling fan to ensure power requirements and rapid heat dissipation to deliver optimum graphics performance.

To complement the presence of the latest Blade Stealth gaming laptop, Razer also launched a supporting graphics device, Razer Core V2

The Razer Core V2 comes with a dual Thunderbolt 3 design that allows full transformation of your compatible laptop into a VR-Ready desktop class gaming or workstation setup

Razer Core V2 divide graphics and I/O in two different paths to optimize data flow for stable gameplay

Razer Core V2 is also supported plug and play feature, so you won't need to reboot your system every time you connect your laptop to Razer Core V2

Razer Core V2 allows users to gain support from other graphics cards such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series, NVIDIA Quadro and AMD XConnect Radeon RX

This external graphics enclosure also comes with 4 USB 3.0 ports and a Gigabit Ethernet port to facilitate users in connectivity

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