Render projects and run other hardware-demanding applications with the eGPU Breakaway Box 750ex Enclosure from Sonnet. This external enclosure is designed to accommodate various PCIe 3.0 x16 equipped AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards, allowing you to turn your Thunderbolt 3 enabled notebook into a workstation suitable for running various photo- and video-editing software. The 750ex eGPU is ideal for notebook users who wish to explore their creative side or enjoy some graphically intensive games, without purchasing a whole new system.
The built-in 750-watt power supply gives you two 8-pin (6+2 pin) connectors, allowing you to take advantage of power-hungry GPUs and giving you the ability to charge your notebook with 85-watt power delivery. A wide range of graphics cards can be installed into the 750ex including two-slot, full-length cards such as the AMD Radeon VII, RX, RX Vega, NVIDIA GeForce RTX series, TITAN, and Quadro models. Additionally, this unit includes four USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports so you can connect peripherals like external drives and controllers. An RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet port is also available for hardwired network connectivity.
Tyra Reichel (verified owner) –
Works flawlessly on my dell xps 13 9305 running windows 11. Graphics card is a GTX 1060 6gb. Installing the card was simple and quick. Directions included are perfect. Windows immediately recognized and download the graphics driver and software including a utility that shows which programs are running on the graphics card. This is a perfect replacement for my old, dead gaming desktop that just died (graphics card thankfully still was perfectly fine)
Iva Fisher (verified owner) –
Purchased as a dock for my mobile video system, the eGPU performs as expected with little added latency and generally good GPU performance. While I wish the ports included at least a single Thunderbolt passthrough, it’s otherwise very capable and does the trick for the bulk of my peripherals. I would purchase again.