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Yes, you can boost your Mac with Blackmagic's external GPU. But it's so, so not worth it.

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Blackmagic eGPU
$699



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The Good
Super quiet • Pass-through charging for MacBooks with USB-C


The Bad
Expensive • Non-replaceable graphics processor • Many apps aren't optimized for eGPU • Most apps don't support hot-plugging • eGPU support for macOS High Sierra and Mojave varies • Included Thunderbolt 3 cable is really short


The Bottom Line
Blackmagic's eGPU is worth considering if you wanna give your Mac a graphics boost, but only if you have all the right equipment and don't mind going through trial and error to see if your apps will benefit from it.






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