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Boltoway
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Just wondering if anyone here has had any experience with using the virtual link USB-C port included in some 20- Series RTX cards as a host for a USB Hub to run peripherals such as keyboard and mouse, and if they have experienced any latency or USB device disconnection issues when doing so. 

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I did use that for a while to connect an external ssd as well as an oculus quest and I haven’t faced any problems at all as opposed to the usb hub built into the enclosure where I ran into random disconnects under heavy gpu loads.

Macbook Pro 2019 16" + Aorus Gaming Box upgraded with regular Gigabyte RTX 2070
Oculus Quest + Link


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jenaewhyte
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YES.

You are brilliant.

Thank you.

To do: Create my signature with system and expected eGPU configuration information to give context to my posts. I have no builds.

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