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eGPU 101: A Primer on External Graphics Processing Units

Hang around a group of Mac power users long enough, and eventually, you’ll hear the term eGPU. As you can probably surmise from this article’s headline, eGPU is an acronym for “external Graphics Processing Unit.” The acronym is pronounced “eee-gee-pee-you,” not “egg-poo.” It describes an external chassis that is connected to a laptop computer via a high-bandwidth connection cable and provides more graphics processing power than is available from the laptop’s internal graphics processing unit (GPU). Let’s get into some more detail!

AKITIO NODE TITAN GPU CARD INSTALL

VIDEO: How to Install a GPU Card in the Akitio Node Titan

Trying to play graphically taxing games or perform professional video editing on a notebook is unsatisfactory at best. That’s because the built-in graphical processing power is either woefully inadequate for intensive uses or has fallen behind the latest technology. The...

OWC RADiO Podcast – Larry O’Connor of OWC Talks Tech

Larry O’Connor, Founder and CEO of OWC (Other World Computing) talks tech with Host Cirina Catania—covering Tim Cook’s address to the graduating class at Stanford, his thoughts on “giving back,” the new expandable MacPro, eGPU’s and Helios, Envoy 3 SSD’s,...

Upgrade, Reuse, Recycle: Earth Day Friendly Solutions

49 years ago, April 22, 1970, Earth Day was born, at a time when many cities in the US were covered in hazy smog. Pollution in many forms was contributing to environmental problems, causing health concerns, and many species were becoming...

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