New MacBook Pro Can Make Use Of External Graphics Cards Via Thunderbolt 3

New MacBook Pro Can Make Use Of External Graphics Cards Via Thunderbolt 3Many users started to receive the first MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar, many are testing the possibilities offered by this new Apple laptop which took four years to completely redesign, and raised the price in addition to considerably reduce the size, weight and modified the type of compatible connections. At the same time leaving aside the controversy until everyone becomes accustomed to than USB-C ports compatible with Thunderbolt 3. It has come to our attention that today, there are possibilities of expansion offered by the new MacBook Pro.

If you’re a gamer, you’re likely to use a well-equipped PC to play smoothly and without disruptive disruption, and with the new MacBook Pro you will not find the ideal solution if you’re an intense gamer. But if you really want to play with your Mac because you do not have another computer or do not want to have it simply because of the space it occupies, the solution can be found in using external graphics cards that connect via Thunderbolt 3, at least that is what ensures Razer Blade Stealth .

The only drawback we find again is that we have to install Windows through BootCamp to be able to make use of and get the most out of the card, since we will not be able to create a virtual machine with Windows. Having to boot into Windows can be a problem whenever we want to enjoy our favorite game, but it is good to know that we have the possibility to enjoy our favorite games to the maximum without having to spend the money on a new PC, we simply have to buy A graphics card that we can connect to our MacBook Pro through the port Thunderbolt 3.

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