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AORUS RTX 2070 Gaming Box, Embedded GeForce RTX 2070, Thunderbolt 3 Plug and Play, Custom 130mm High Airflow Fan, Portable and Compact Design, External Graphics Card eGPU GV-N2070IXEB-8GC

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Brand Gigabyte
Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics RAM Type GDDR6
Graphics Ram Size 8 GB

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  • Embedded GeForce RTX 2070 enables real-time Ray tracing and a.I.
  • GDDR6 memory, 14, 000 MHz Memory Clock
  • Core Clock 1620 MHz; AC INPUT: 100-240V ~ / 7-3.5A / 60-50Hz
  • System Requirement-Laptop PC/Desktop PC with Thunderbolt 3 port and support external GPU. Windows 10
  • Customized 130mm large fan
  • Easy to carry with portable size. Supports quick charge (QC 3.0)
  • Rgb FUSION 2.0 - synchronize with other AORUS devices
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Powerful Performance in a Portable Size

RTX 2070

Powered by GeForce RTX 2070

AORUS RTX 2070 Gaming Box turns the ultrabook laptop PC into a gaming platform, delivers the incredible performance for graphics-intensive and VR-ready games. Clock speeds, voltage, fan performance, power target can be monitored and tuned in real-time with AORUS Engine.

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GeForce RTX 2070 with 8G memory and 448 GB/s memory bandwidth has 2304 CUDA Cores and hundreds of Tensor cores operating in parallel. It doesn’t only offer great cost-benefits, it can also save you time due to increased throughput and efficiency.

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Stay Cool and Work Quietly Customized Cooling System

AORUS provides the all-around cooling solution for all key components of the graphics card. We take care not only GPU but also VRAM and MOSFET, to ensure a stable overclock operation and longer life. The 130mm fan enhances the thermal efficiency to have lower GPU temperature and quieter environment.

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Graphics Card Interface PCI-E PCI-E PCI-E PCI-Express x16
Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Radeon RX 500 RX 580 AMD Radeon RX 480 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080
Graphics Ram Size 8 GB 8 GB 0 GB 10 GB
Graphics Ram GDDR6 GDDR5 DRAM GDDR6X
Hardware Interface PCI Express x8 PCI Express x8 USB PCI Express x16
Included Components graphic card, users manual Video Card, driver cd, quick install guide Gaming Station, Thunderbolt Cable GRAPHIC CARD, USERS MANUAL
Item Dimensions 8.35 x 6.38 x 3.78 inches 10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches 13.52 x 9.66 x 6.45 inches 11.81 x 5.51 x 6.81 inches
Memory Bus Width 256 bits 256 bits 0 bits 320 bits
Memory Clock Speed 14000 MHz 1386 MHz 0 MHz 19000 MHz

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Embedded GeForce RTX 2070 enables real-time Ray tracing and a.I. Thunderbolt 3 Plug and play customized 130mm large fan easy to carry with portable size supports quick charge (QC 3.0) and power delivery (PD 3.0) Supports 3x USB 3.0 for peripheral devices RGB FUSION 2.0 - synchronize with other AORUS devices.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent eGPU, but don't expect RTX2070 performance due to Thunderbolt 3 limitations
By Valkeriefire on March 10, 2019
TLDR: The new Aorus 2070 eGPU performs at GTX 1060 levels at DX11 benchmarks and games regardless of if you are using a 2-lane or 4-lane TB3 laptop. For higher resolution (2560x1440 or 4K) games and DX12 benchmark, you can see desktop GTX 1080 level performance (mind you a stock RTX 2070 is 8% faster than a GTX 1080). My conclusion is that you are better off getting a cheaper laptop for work/portable needs, and building a decent desktop for home use. However, if you are on of the few users who needs a portable work laptop, and who wants to game at serious levels with the same computer, then eGPUs are feasible if you're willing to put up with the performance lost from the TB3 interface.

Full Review: I have tested the new Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2070 eGPU with both the Dell XPS 9560 and 9570. As you know, the 9560 has 2-lane thunderbolt, and the 9570 has 4-lane thunderbolt. All tests were done with an external Dell S2417DG 144hz GSYNC monitor (with GSYNC off). I'll list the full laptop specs below. TESTING HARDWARE:

Dell XPS 15 9560
i7-7700hq, repasted and undervolted, all 4 cores running at 3.6ghz
16GB RAM, 512GB SSD
2-lane TB3

Dell XPS 15 9570
i7-8750H, repasted and undervolted, all 6 cores running at 3.9ghz
32GB RAM, 1TB SSD
4-lane TB3

Dell S2417DG 24" 2560x1440 Gsync Monitor

The Aorus RTX 2070 is a nice piece of hardware. It is very small with a volume of just over 3 liters. Most eGPU enclosures are 8-12 liters in volume and for that size you may as well buy a Dan A4 or Ncase M1 and build a real amazing desktop. The Gigabyte unit runs very cool, I was getting temps ranging from 68C-74C in my benchmarks and the sound levels were quiet. The only issue is the tiny cooling fans for the PSU which make a slight whining sound. (fan replacement guide which will void you warranty is available online if you're interested) Also those cooling fans run whenever the thunderbolt port is plugged into another PC, even if that PC is off. So at night you'll have to disconnect it completely if you want it to be completely silent. The Gaming box is charged my 9560 at 100w via Thunderbolt. I don't have the external AC adapter plugged it at all and I can sustain unthrottled speeds on the 7700hq of 3400-3600mhz on all 4 cores. The 9570 also ran unthrottled at 3.9ghz on all 6 cores. So the eGPU puts out plenty of power.

The drivers can be a little complicated. I had to a utility called DDU to remove my old NVIDIA drivers and get the new ones installed. I recommend making sure an exterior monitor is connected to the eGPU when installing the drivers, it seems to help. Because of that difficulty, I would not recommend eGPUs (or computer building in general) for novice PC gamers.

At stock clocks, my Aorus 2070 was boosting to 1935mhz, other users have reported theirs to run at 1860mhz stock. A desktop GTX 1080 gets a Timespy GPU score of 7152-7849 depending on the model and clock speed. The RTX 2070 eGPU gets a GPU score 6895-7824, so we can match desktop GTX 1080 performance in DX12 games and the TimeSpy benchmark. Unfortunately, in Firestrike (DX11) things are much worse. A Desktop GTX 1080 gets a Firestrike standard/1080p resolution score of 22,000ish. But our RTX 2070 eGPU is only getting a score of 15816, which is roughly between GTX 1060 and GTX 1070 level. This means if you're running Firestrike or DX11 titles, you're paying $650 for an RTX 2070, but you're only getting $250-350 worth of performance (which is what a GTX 1060 or 1070 costs in early 2019). This clearly shows a lot of variability in eGPU performance depending on if you are playing a 1080p DX10 or DX11 game VS 2560x1440 or 4K DX12 games. If you're playing older games at low resolution, expect to be unimpressed. For higher resolutions, performance is decent if you have reasonable expectations. The Superposition Benchmark, which is also DX11 showed good scores despite the Thunderbolt interface (at GTX 1080 levels and close to RTX 2070 which overclocked). My interpretation of this is that performance can vary from game to game, which is what other users have reported as well. If you haven't had time to read up on reddit and eGPU.io (which I've posted reviews), then you should know that due to the Thunberbolt 3 bandwidth limiations, eGPUs perform better at higher resolutions becuase there is greater demand on the GPU, and thus the GPU becomes the bottleneck. In CPU bound lower resolution games, performance is limited even more due the transfer of data to CPU over the TB3 interface.

The travel case and presentation of the eGPU are very nice and Gigabyte clearly makes a quality unit. The portability is excellent, especially compared to other eGPUs which are usually 3x as large. Overall the RTX 2070 over doubles the performance of the GTX 1050 to 1050Ti dGPU inside most laptops, but we are at roughly Desktop GTX 1060 levels when performing many games. This doesn't really change wether you use a 2-lane TB3 laptop or a 4-lane laptop. At TimeSpy, which a DX12 benchmark using Asynchronous compute, we are seeing better performance closer to a GTX 1080.
As it stands, the RTX 2070 should be 8% faster than a 1080, but due to the TB3 bandwidth limitations, we can only match GTX 1080 performace is some benchmarks and games.
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