mini pc with egpu

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How do I connect a GPU to a mini PC?

So as long as the mini PC has an M.2 NVMe slot there are a number of options to connect a GPU: If the mini PC also has a Thunderbolt 3 port Use a GPU in an ‘eGPU’ connected via a Thunderbolt 3 port or; Use a GPU in a ‘PCIe x16 to M.2 NVMe adapter’ installed in a ‘Thunderbolt 3 to M.2 NVMe adapter’ connected via a Thunderbolt 3 port or

What is an eGPU and how does it work?

A commercial eGPU is basically a glorified ‘PCIe x16 to Thunderbolt 3 adapter’. This can effectively be replicated through using a ‘PCIe x16 to M.2 NVMe adapter’ combined with a ‘Thunderbolt 3 to M.2 NVMe adapter’ and is suitable for any PC with a Thunderbolt 3 port.

What is the smallest portable eGPU you can buy?

The Sonnet is a perfect choice for those hunting for the absolute smallest portable eGPU around. This thing is seriously small, and comes with an embedded Radeon GPU in the form of an RX 560 or RX 570.

What kind of graphics card do I need to use eGPU?

The primary requirement is to use a standard graphics card that has a PCIe x16 interface. A commercial eGPU is basically a glorified ‘PCIe x16 to Thunderbolt 3 adapter’.

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