|ID||Article Title||Post Date|
||Does the Breakaway Box 550 support the AMD Radeon Vega 64 or WX9100? ||Dec-15-17|
||The GPU-350W-TB3 and GPU-350W-TB3Z both have 350W power supplies, but only GPU-350W-TB3Z supports high end cards such as NVIDIA Titan Xp. Why? ||Aug-18-17|
|Both SKUs have 350W power supplies, but they allocate the power differently:|
The GPU-350W-TB3Z box has one 8-pin plus one 6-pin power connector. 300W is available to the GPU card and 15W Power Distribution to a laptop.
The GPU-350W-TB3 box has one 8-pin power connector. 225W is available to the GPU card and 60W Power Distribution to a laptop.
The numbers don't add to exactly 350W because power is allocated in discrete steps and some power margin is required for transients.
Note that some Thunderbolt 3 PC laptops with dedicated power connectors do not accept power distribution. To check whether your Thunderbolt 3 PC laptop accepts power distribution, check here. Upstream power continues to be provided even when the computer is sleeping.
Every Thunderbolt 3 Macbook Pro will accept Power Distribution. Thunderbolt 1 and Thunderbolt 2 Macs will not accept Power Distribution.
||How will using Macs of different Thunderbolt generations affect gaming performance with external graphics? ||Aug-03-17|
||My eGFX Breakaway Box won't turn on. ||Aug-26-17|
||I have a Windows computer with an internal discrete NVIDIA dGPU and the external NViDIA eGPU is not recogized. ||Dec-03-17|
||What kind of performance can I expect from the NVIDIA Titan Xp (Pascal) with the eGFX Breakaway Box? ||Nov-06-17|
||Can I use a Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box with Boot Camp? ||Dec-05-17|
||What power cable do I need for the Avid HDX card? ||Nov-06-17|
||Under macOS, I can connect one, two, or three displays to the Breakaway Box or Puck, but when I connect the second, third or fourth, respectively, they all go black. ||Dec-15-17|
||Under macOS, Sonnet's Breakaway Box and Puck can support 4 displays. How can I tile them into one large display? ||Dec-15-17|