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Gigabyte Gaming box RX 580 8 g scheda grafica Egpu (gv-rx580ixeb-8gd)
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- Scheda grafica Radeon RX 580 8 G integrata consente le Game
- Thunderbolt 3 plug and play
- Facile da trasportare con formato portatile
- Supporta ricarica rapida consegna (QC 3.0) e potenza (PD 3.0)
- Supporta 3 x USB 3.0 per le periferiche
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|Venduto da||—||Amazon.it||Amazon.it||Amazon.it||Amazon.it||MacLeader Italia|
|Colore||—||Windows 7/10(64bit)/macOS 10.12.3||Nero||nero||—||—|
|Dimensioni articolo||17,2 x 13,11 x 3,91 Centimetri||23,5 x 7,5 x 14,5 Centimetri||24 x 34 x 53 Centimetri||21,01 x 37,01 x 24,99 Centimetri||45 x 30 x 31 Centimetri||15,24 x 13 x 5,1 Centimetri|
|Peso articolo||2,41 kg||1,8 kg||—||3,2 kg||5,2 kg||1,88 kg|
Scheda grafica integrata Radeon RX 580 8 g consente le Game Thunderbolt 3 plug and play Facile da trasportare grazie alle sue dimensioni portatili supporta QC (Quick Charge 3.0) e erogazione di potenza (PD 3.0) supporta periferiche USB 3.0 per 3 x RGB Fusion – 16.7 m illuminazione di colore personalizzabile.
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For those who complain the fans are loud and always on, I noticed the same. At first, the fans were quiet and ramped up appropriately under load. Then as days elapsed, I noticed that the fans would immediately run full blast on first boot up even after not being used for a while, like say overnight.
I was able to fix this behavior by simply unplugging the unit out of the wall socket if/when that behavior was exhibited, and plugging it in the next morning when I need to boot up the computer. Now the unit will stay nice and quiet most of the time.
Paired this with a new 2018 Dell XPS 13 9370 (i7, 512GB PCI SSD, 16GB RAM).
Either of the 2 TB3 ports on the left edge of the notebook can be used to connect with the RX 580 gaming box.
The USB 3 ports on the box can be used to effectively hook up all peripherals, hubs, external drives, and all went without a hitch.
My strategy is basically to replace my desktop PC with this solution, one that works particularly well for me.
I leave the gaming box with everything attached to it on the desk, and when on the go, simply unplug the TB3 cable and off I go.
Installation was stupidly easy. I was prepared to locate all the upgraded drivers for the notebook and scour the Gigabyte Aorus website to locate software and such.
However, the first time I plugged it in, the gaming box was recognized and the TB software popped up to "approve" the device. Everything seemed to go very smoothly.
I downloaded and installed the latest Radeon drivers.
Performance is on par for what this box delivers, an RX 580 gaming experience that can run 1080p on mostly maxxed out settings for modern titles.
I benchmarked this using Time Spy in comparison with my gaming desktop that this is supposed to replace, an entry-level but effective core i5 6500 GTX1060 rig:
Dell XPS: Intel Core i7-8550U Processor, AMD Radeon RX 580
>>> 3912 Time Spy <<<
Desktop: Intel Core i5-6500 Processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060-6GB
>>> 3913 Time Spy <<<
Basically, ho-hum identical results. I ran the benchmark with a nice, chilly fan cooler blowing directly into the rear exhaust grills of the Dell notebook, and a second fan blowing air directly at the rear of the RX 580 gaming box. It does not really need this extra bit of cooling but I figured it wouldn't hurt, and this is basically how the notebook and gaming box is setup on my desk.
Not all a bed of roses.
Things can sometimes get a bit finicky for no obvious reason. Not enough to come anywhere close to being more than suffering the occasional irritating glitch.
When I plug in the gaming box to the closer TB3 port, all usually goes well and I don't experience any hangups.
But on rare occasion, when plugged into the distal TB3 port, the Dell system will hang until I unplug the TB3 cable, or I will very rarely get a BSOD.
I haven't been able to reliably reproduce this behavior and I have yet to pin it down. It might be the plethora of peripherals I have attached to the gaming box, it might be a USB device that plays foul...Will update this review if I define the issue better.
Overall, this is a very satisfying, albeit pricey, solution that fits the bill very well for a complete desktop replacement setup, one that allows me to carry all my work on the go and not have to sacrifice any gaming performance for when I am in the mood to fire up a gaming session at home.
Of course, if I am also in need of taking the box on the go, it's easily doable and packs very easy, very light.
A solid 5 stars!
The problem with this thing is that it's extremely inconsistent. Sometimes it will work, and sometimes it won't. Sometimes you'll be able to eject it properly and other times it will immediately trigger the computer to reset. Sometimes it will just crash entirely and you will see nothing but black across all your displays, before your Mac resets moments later. The only thing this thing does reliably is charge my computer. I have tried different cables between the box and the monitor as well as buying a very expensive Apple branded TB3 cable. Actually, the apple branded TB3 cable was a slight improvement over the garbage included with the box itself which was causing my Mac to incorrectly detect my monitors size and limited my connection to 20 GB/s. But alas, the apple cable was not all powerful as 99% of my problems persisted.
What's also very frustrating is that without a TB3 windows machine or a bootcamp install, you can't even flash a new BIOS to the GPU or new firmware to the box itself. All the utilities are windows based, even though this box is marketed as being plug and play for Mac. Sad.
All in all it's a decent unit but I'm not sure it's worth the money. If you're gaming or need graphics performance then it's probably well worth it. If you're looking to get additional monitor support due to the recent OSX changes you may want to wait for something less expensive and less obtrusive to come out. I'm still on the fence as to whether I'll be keeping it or sending it back.
it was plug n' play on my MBP 2018 running 10.14 Mojave so I was happy with that. I played Rise of the Tomb Raider to test it and it performed really well. Perhaps after a firmware update I won't get the total panic and OS shutdowns after properly disconnecting it; it happens every time right now.