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The eGPU.io team would like to thank forum member, nyanmatt for gifting us his Razer Core + Nvidia GTX 980 Ti setup. Without the contribution and participation of members such as this fine gentleman, we would not have the resources to grow our community. Following this review, the Nvidia GTX 980 Ti is our next giveaway (to forum members only). You can enter for a chance to win by posting in this Razer Core discussion thread. We will do a drawing and announce the winner at the end of June.

 

Introduction

The Razer Core was the first certified production Thunderbolt 3 external graphics enclosure on the market. Seeing photos of this product online doesn’t do it justice. It’s the best looking enclosure to date in my opinion. The Razer Core is also one of the smallest eGPU boxes available (13.38″ x 8.6″ x 4.13″ / 33.99 cm x 21.84 cm x 10.49 cm). Small doesn’t equal light though. Picking up this enclosure reminded me of the first time I lifted a Mac Pro tower; it felt a like tank. Weighing in at nearly 11 pounds (4.9 kg), the Razer Core is the good kind of heavy.

Pulling the handle to slide the inner cage out of the enclosure is a satisfying experience. Two metal guides run along the bottom to both align the two parts and provide just the right amount of resistance. PCIe power cables are nicely sleeved and secured with zip-ties. You won’t need any manual to figure out how to mount a graphics card into this Razer Core. You only need to remove one thumb screw on top of the dual PCIe bracket then replace to secure your graphics card.

My first impression was that the Razer Core could have been an Apple product. I’ve repaired and upgraded thousands of Macs over the years. This thing looks and feels like a miniature version of the Mac Pro tower (design elements, materials, attention to detail of component placement, etc.). Everything screams high quality and built with a purpose. The Razer Core’s price certainly reflects this quality craftsmanship. It’s $499 if you buy the enclosure as a standalone purchase, $399 if it’s accompanied with a Razer system such as the Blade Stealth.

 

Hardware Specifics

Similar to a Mac computer, it’s not an easy task to take this Razer Core apart to repair or upgrade. I didn’t have any instructions but went for it anyway because that’s part of eGPU.io enclosure review process. I admit I had some concerns whether it would work after reassembling. The good news is the Razer Core is still fully functional, with no spare screws lying around. The bad news is you don’t want to break any component in this enclosure after the warranty is over. And there are a lot of components to break.

While other enclosures we reviewed can be taken apart with nothing more than your digits and a screw driver, this Razer Core requires hex screw drivers in different sizes and a putty knife at times. There are no less than 50 tiny screws holding this metal block of an enclosure together. In terms of individual components, I counted 25.

Built from the ground up to be a gaming accessory to its Blade Stealth, this Razer Core has 45W power delivery, one Ethernet port and four USB 3.0 ports. This 45W PD is unfortunately not sufficient for the majority of ultrabooks that use Thunderbolt 3 ports for charging. The USB ports add the much-needed extra I/Os for the new breed of thin and light laptops. A concern with the Razer Core’s USB addition is the well-known lagging and freezing issues when connecting peripherals such as a mouse and keyboard. Razer has been made aware of this for nearly a year now, and there’s yet to be a permanent fix.

The LED light strip runs along the bottom right side of the inner cage. Even though I’m not a huge fan of LEDs inside computer case, I have to say it’s done tastefully on the Razer Core. There is also another LED section in the front underside. These can be changed through Razer Synapse software.

Some reviews of the Razer Core had mentioned the airflow exhausts through the bottom of the enclosure. The three fans at the base actually intake fresh air from the bottom. The cool air is then routed upwards through the internal components. This is a fairly common thermal dissipation design found in all-in-one computers such as the iMac. This was confirmed when I removed the bottom fans. They had collected the most amount of dust build-up compared to the other fans inside this enclosure.

Speaking of fans, this Razer Core has five total and they like to get vocal. During the heaviest of benchmark/gameplay, the fans sound like a jet engine at takeoff. My suspicion is most of this noise is generated by the tiny fans in the front and back of the custom server-style (Flex ATX) power supply. There’s an outlet piece to route hot air from the PSU out the back of the enclosure. 

Being the first has its advantages and disadvantages. In the case of the Razer Core, the disadvantage comes in the form of the Texas Instrument TPS65982 (TI82) chipset. While this USB-C controller is compatible in Windows, macOS specifically blocks older controllers such as this TI82. If you intend on using a TI82 enclosure in macOS, a workaround is to run TB3-enabler, but it doesn’t work reliably.

The Thunderbolt 3 controller is DSL6540, same as the other three Thunderbolt 3 eGPU enclosures we have reviewed. From our understanding, this controller can be flashed with a new Thunderbolt firmware. However Razer has not released any firmware updates for the Core. Perhaps this is for the best because its current firmware is at the highest performing settings possible under Intel’s guideline for Thunderbolt 3 data bandwidth (Figure 7 on Page 6).

 

Testings & Benchmarks

I ran the Razer Core + Nvidia GTX 980 Ti setup with these hosts:

  • Razer Blade Stealth – dual core i7-7500U Kaby Lake, 16GB RAM, Intel HD 620 iGPU – Windows 10
  • Alienware 13 R2 – dual core i7-6700U Skylake, 8GB RAM, GTX 965M dGPU & Intel HD 520 iGPU – Windows 10
  • Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Ultra gaming – quad core i7-6700K Skylake, 8GB RAM, Intel HD 530 iGPU – Windows 10
  • Apple late-2016 MacBook Pro – quad core i7-6700HQ Skylake, 16GB RAM, Radeon Pro 450 dGPU, Intel HD 530 iGPU – macOS 10.12.4
  • Apple late-2013 Mac Pro – hex-core Xeon E5- v2, 32GB RAM, dual Fire Pro D500 dGPU – macOS 10.12.5

From our discussions in the forum about determining the true speed of Thunderbolt 3, I became obsessed with building a test bench using an ATX motherboard with Thunderbolt 3. This host can help standardize our testings and show the difference in GPU performance through x16 PCIe slot, x4 PCIe slot, and Thunderbolt 3 connection on the same computer. It’s not yet an ideal motherboard for Thunderbolt 3 connection testings because the Alpine Ridge controller is routed through the Platform Controller Hub (PCH) rather than the CPU directly. If you know of an X99, Z170, or Z270 motherboard with a direct Thunderbolt 3 to CPU, please let us know.

 

Windows 

It’s a straightforward process to use the Razer Core in Windows 10. Upon plugging the enclosure into a Thunderbolt 3 laptop, you’ll be greeted with the Intel Thunderbolt Software connection preference. Once you allow the computer to connect to this Razer Core, Windows will proceed to install the graphics card drivers. I recommend downloading and installing the latest drivers from AMD or Nvidia rather than the drivers Windows provides.

I tested the base performance of each laptop with its internal graphics card. On the Razer Blade Stealth, the Intel HD 620 iGPU was the only graphics card. The Alienware 13 R2 has both Intel HD 520 iGPU and a discrete GPU, Nvidia GTX 965M 4GB. These Thunderbolt 3 laptops were run through internal display mode and external display mode with the Razer Core + GTX 980 Ti eGPU.

While sporting a Thunderbolt 3 port and controller, the Alienware 13 R2 is running at Thunderbolt 2 speed due to Dell limiting this PCIe 3.0 connection to only 2 lanes rather than 4 lanes. We can see the drop in performance vs. the proper x4 PCIe 3.0 connection in the Razer Blade Stealth. Results through the test bench were highly anticipated. These numbers give us a better look into the performance loss as we use the graphics card externally through Thunderbolt 3 enclosure.

 
ALIENWARE 13 R2 GTX 965M DGPU GTX 980 TI EGPU INTERNAL GTX 980 TI EGPU EXTERNAL
       
Unigine Valley 25.4 FPS 61.4 FPS 64.1 FPS
Unigine Heaven 24.9 FPS 60.0 FPS 71.3 FPS
Unigine Superposition 28.0 FPS 72.9 FPS 82.5 FPS
3DMark Time Spy 11.9 FPS 29.7 FPS 33.4 FPS
3DMark Fire Strike 27.9 FPS 60.1 FPS 70.9 FPS
       
Rise of the Tomb Raider 23.4 FPS 51.3 FPS 58.2 FPS
Tom Clancy's GhostRecon 26.9 FPS 40.4 FPS 52.1 FPS
 
RAZER BLADE STEALTH INTEL HD 620 IGPU GTX 980 TI EGPU INTERNAL GTX 980 TI EGPU EXTERNAL
       
Unigine Valley 4.4 FPS 72.5 FPS 78.6 FPS
Unigine Heaven 4.7 FPS 73.2 FPS 78.2 FPS
Unigine Superposition 5.5 FPS 82.9 FPS 86.6 FPS
3DMark Time Spy 2.2 FPS 30.6 FPS 32.2 FPS
3DMark Fire Strike 4.8 FPS 53.7 FPS 72.7 FPS
       
Rise of the Tomb Raider 6.5 FPS 54.4 FPS 57.3 FPS
Tom Clancy's GhostRecon 1.9 FPS 47.1 FPS 56.0 FPS
 
Z170X TEST BENCH X16 PCIE 3.0 X4 - PCH PCIE 3.0 GTX 980 TI EGPU
       
Unigine Valley 95.1 FPS 90.3 FPS 83.7 FPS
Unigine Heaven 90.7 FPS 87.6 FPS 79.0 FPS
Unigine Superposition 93.2 FPS 91.7 FPS 86.9 FPS
3DMark Time Spy 36.0 FPS 35.1 FPS 33.5 FPS
3DMark Fire Strike 88.2 FPS 84.7 FPS 71.7 FPS
       
Rise of the Tomb Raider 60.0 FPS 60.0 FPS 58.5 FPS
Tom Clancy's GhostRecon 87.9 FPS 69.2 FPS 56.6 FPS
Shadow of Mordor 128.5 FPS 113.4 FPS 97.3 FPS

 

macOS

Setting this Razer Core up with a Mac required one extra step. You can read our detailed eGPU setup guide for Mac for more details. Both the late 2016 15″ MacBook Pro and late 2013 Mac Pro needed the ThunderboltFamily kext file modification in order to communicate with the TI82 controller in this Razer Core. It works for the most part, but I don’t recommend TI82 enclosures for Mac users.

Generally speaking, the GTX 980 Ti is a lot more powerful than the AMD graphics cards Apple uses in these “pro” Macs. However, due to high optimization of software such as Final Cut Pro X, the Nvidia eGPU didn’t provide much performance boost in OpenCL tasks.

In the midst of testing and running benchmarks for this review, Apple announced official support for its next version of macOS, 10.13 High Sierra. This is wonderful news for eGPU enthusiasts but bad news for this Razer Core. Its TI82 controller means future compatibility in macOS is nonexistent. The TB3-enabler script no longer works in 10.13 beta. Therefore, we decided not to post benchmark results for Mac and do not recommend the Razer Core for Mac users until Razer updates its eGPU enclosure.

 

Conclusion

Razer definitely nailed the look and feel of its eGPU enclosure. Nevertheless, there are several functionality flaws that can’t be ignored. It’s loud during operation with occasionally glitchy USB ports and an unsupported TI82 controller in macOS. The next iteration of this Razer Core will be a winner if it uses a TI83 controller, possesses a quieter power supply, and enters the market under $400.

 

GTX 980 Ti Giveaway

If you’re a forum member and would like to participate in eGPU.io GTX 980 Ti giveaway (courtesy of nyanmatt), please post in this Razer Core discussion thread. We will announce the winner at the end of June.

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Nice review, not that is useful to me considering that i'm still using my PE4C V3.0 mPCIe coupled with MSI  GTX 970 OC with no plans to upgrade soon but let me say this: If i WIN i promise to send you guys my GPU so you can do another giveaway.How is that 🙂

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I like the reviews from the forum, are very educative and thanks to the knowledge acquired from all member of here I was able to build my own eGPU setup.

I will be more than happy to win the GTX 980 Ti to try it in my Akitio Thunder 2 xD

P.D: The giveaway is only for US Citizen or worldwide? 

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I love the look of this enclosure, though the USB issues kind of preclude using it as a full-blown dock. I'd like to be part of the draw, if Canadians are eligible.

Thanks, nyanmatt and itsage! 🙂

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I originally wanted a Razer Core when it came out but it was waaaay too expensive in Canada. Still is 700 CAD here.

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I wanted the Razer Core badly when it first came out. Reading about Razer support though doesn't inspire much confidence.

The GTX 980 Ti giveaway is available worldwide. 😀

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Great write up on the core, though a real shame for Mac users indeed. 

  1. The razer stealth put out a surprisingly great performance considering the cpu.

Entering the competition for a nice upgrade to the 980ti! 

 

Good luck all 🙂

 

 

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Great Review. I really like the design. Very sleek. 

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Great review, thanks for the hard work.

If it was available in a bundle when I bought my stealth in HK I would have grabbed one.

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Nice review!

Razer Core is the most compact among boxes w/internal PSU. Nicely built enclosure with great design. I wish Razer update to TI83.

Would like try my chance with giveaway. 

P.S. Any plans for Core giveaway?

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Thanks for this useful review!

 

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Nice review! I think the Razer Core is heavy overpriced. There are plenty of better egpu enclosures, like the Mantiz Venus. I use a Mac computer so the Core isnt the best choice for me.

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This could be my foot in the door, I have been a lurking egpu forums since I first wanted to get an egpu for my macbook pro back in 2011 when thunderbolt was first announced and here I am still with no egpu.

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I have been following eGPU's since I had my first Thunderbolt laptop, this might be my chance to try one! I'd like to enter the giveaway.

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The Razer Core seems expensive, but when you break down the parts into the components like your picture you do get quite a lot for your money compared to a lot of cheaper alternatives, whether or not you need those extra parts is another question 🙂

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It's a great review! Sincerely thanks admin and members for all the effort committed to grow this community, its really helpful for layman like us to get extra graphic power on our machines. Kudos.

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Apart from the fact of the TI82 controller, I must say that IMHO the design is the best out there, being the best balance between interior PSU and the final size of the product. Sadly the power delivery is just 45W too. With a TI83 and a power delivery of 87W, would be the clear winner of eGPU. Just in my opinion. Thanks for an amazing review again.

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Nice review

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Wonderful review! Only God knows how long I waited for a detailed review of this enclosure 🙂
After 3 years I'm ready to work on a eGPU project on my laptop.. I purchased everything what i need except a good GPU to test it (too much money for my economic situation hahah), I hope to win this giveaway and conclude my egpu setup, and finally get my contribute to this great communtiy.
Good luck all!!! 🙂

P.S:  Sorry for my bad english, I'm Italian

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Neat.

I would definitely like to see a more affordable enclosure.

But why is the Z170X TEST BENCH so much faster?

(I'm assuming that's a desktop computer).

P.S. wouldn't mind winning that video card raffle 🙂

 

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I currently have a DevilBox but would much prefer a RazerCore, but at the time I found it too hard to source one! I've even considered making one a smaller case for my DevilBox ... one day maybe. 

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Thanks for the review, and thanks nyanmatt for donating the gear.  A real shame regarding this and macOS.  Wouldn't have looked bad opposite a 6,1.

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I always loved the look of the Razer Core, but the price was always just way too steep. Thanks for the review.

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awesome review, great info

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Thanks for the review, and nice that nyanmatt provided the gear! I've been a member since a short while now, but it's my first time posting, since I were mainly just going through implementation guides and general info posts about egpu builds. Hope to get my hands on a prebuilt soon, so the 980ti would definitely be a warm welcome! 

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I'm looking at getting a computer for Animation and I've got limited space, so I've been looking at an iMac with an egpu. This website has been amazing for that, both tutorials and reviews! It's awesome, and I can't thank you guys enough for all the work. I'll look forward to more articles and info in the future.

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Nice review, thanks for time spent to bench and write!

If  you could add a couple of typical pro applications workload would be awesome, you could ask some member a nice scene to render with an usual pro application like bench.

To propose also at this point a prosumer point of view,  using an AMD card as standard for the sake of test the enclosure. Obviously if you noticed any difference from this point of view.

 

 

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A real gem for those who have Windows based laptops. I wish I could use it instead of Akitio Note with my rMBP...

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I have a Razer Blade Stealth but i find Razer Core a bit to pricey to buy for now. Thanks for the review!

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Posted by: Axam

Nice review!

Razer Core is the most compact among boxes w/internal PSU. Nicely built enclosure with great design. I wish Razer update to TI83.

Would like try my chance with giveaway. 

P.S. Any plans for Core giveaway?

Nando had sent Razer Support a recommendation to update the Core with TI83. We hope they take action sooner rather than later. We're using the Razer Core for on-going testings should there be a workaround for TI82 in 10.13.

 

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Nice review, thanks for time spent to bench and write!

If  you could add a couple of typical pro applications workload would be awesome, you could ask some member a nice scene to render with an usual pro application like bench.

To propose also at this point a prosumer point of view,  using an AMD card as standard for the sake of test the enclosure. Obviously if you noticed any difference from this point of view.

 Thank you for your constructive input as always. I have plans to do a lot more with the test bench. Pro applications are high on the list.

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Posted by: itsage

 Thank you for your constructive input as always. I have plans to do a lot more with the test bench. Pro applications are high on the list.

 

We have plenty of user and content creating to build up a quick bench under usual pro applications and workload.

Really dunno if the H2D bandwidth play a role here. In any case, to give an advice and opinion prosumer side, if you feel the needed.

Or just specify you didn't encounter major pro applications issues, on the tested enclose.

 After that, i feel all the important point highlighted, good job.

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Nice Enclosure with cool design and USB hub, but as a MacBook Pro user akitio node is the best choice. 

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Thank you for the review!  I appreciate the honest discussions that happen here.

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Thanks for the continuous stream of good content. I always look forward to new "News" entries!

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Nice job as always, there is only one more thing to explore : the performance drop is more relevant with 900series or 1000series? 

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Razer's design language indeed remind me lots of apple products from its anodized aluminum body and sleek form factor. It also looks very compact and has some futuristic looking. I really hope razer could come up a new iteration of this device, solving some issues of lagging of usage of peripherals.

Thank you itsage and nyanmatt for this review and giveaway and thank everyone in this egpu community for your contributions. This egpu.io family is one of the most amazing and phenomenal families I ever entered!

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