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Nvidia has officially revealed the new external GPU, or eGPU, solutions for the new Titan X and Quadro Pascal-generation products.
This will allow users to use these products for their laptops. The announcement was made during the Siggraph 2017 conference in Los Angeles, California to a large audience of 3D animators and all sorts of other digital media creators.
To get your Titan Xp working through the new eGPU system, you will have to get the new driver update from Nvidia, that will make it compatible with eGPU products that operate over a Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port. According to Nvidia, this solution allows virtual reality gaming at 90 frames per second through a connected laptop. Additionally, it also gives stronger color correction, 4K video editing and processing, and easier, interactive 3D animating are all possible using the hardware with an eGPU and a laptop.
For professionals, Nvidia has released an eGPU spec for Quadro that will operate using a single Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port shared between the laptop and device.
Nvidia promises that these Quadro eGPU boxes will be available come September.