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nombrescreeno
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DEFINITELY keeping an eye out on this

 

A 1070 in that form factor without having to mod the case/cables has been what I've been looking for

[quote](SIZE: W96×D210mm×H162mm (the size of AKiTiO Thunder2, Thunder3 are W76mm×D233mm×H149mm )[/quote]

This box: W3.77" x D8.26" x H6.38" 

AKiTiO Thunder 2/3: W2.99" x D9.17" x H5.86"

For my American friends

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vava726
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I payed my one month used Bizon Box  with a 980 OC Strix II 500 euros......   I'm crying... 

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Azrael
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I really like the smaller form factor!

Now my only wish is that future versions of this will feature 65+ W power delivery, in order to make this a truely single cable docking station solution.

Seems like it does have power delivery, awesome 🙂

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summarit
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Posted by: Azrael

I really like the smaller form factor!

Now my only wish is that future versions of this will feature 65+ W power delivery, in order to make this a truely single cable docking station solution.

On the description it apparently has quick charging and power delivery on that unit. So i'm not sure what you're saying that the "future versions" of this will feature power delivery, when it says that it'll be included.

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alone1i
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Just received confirmation from Aorus ANZ team. It will be available end of june or early july in AUS/NZ for around $1000.

Compare to USA, it is bit expensive. But everything is expensive here thou.

 

Due to form factor, they will ship only mini 1070 with it.

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Dare
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Looks like this is available now, though I don't know how to buy it. Smile

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Lucas
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They just told me it will be available July 7th in Newegg. I might actually grab one on launch day.

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/6ib67n/today_we_announce_our_new_aorus_gtx_1070_gaming/djha8z4/

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irev210
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Posted by: Lucas

They just told me it will be available July 7th in Newegg. I might actually grab one on launch day.

https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/6ib67n/today_we_announce_our_new_aorus_gtx_1070_gaming/djha8z4/

Looks like the release date has been pushed back to the 14th - thx for reaching out to them for an ETA!

The size of this, the 100W power delivery spec, and the fact that this has a USB hub might make this my favorite eGPU yet.  I wonder if there are going to be mini cards that you can upgrade down the line or if you will be stuck with a 1070?

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Yukikaze
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I suspect any small-sized video card with similar power-requirements will work in this. The box seems to be openable via 2 screws on the back. The PSU is a 450W with an 8-pin connector according to the specs page. That should be good enough to power up pretty much anything that fits physically in the box (if you need more connectors, just use a splitter - The PSU itself should be up to it).

This looks like my new favorite thing.

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nando4
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The first review clearly showing the internal layout of this enclosure:

eGPU Setup 1.35    •    eGPU Port Bandwidth Reference Table

 
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