Best eGPU for Video Editing Windows Central 2019

An external GPU (eGPU) enclosure allows you to connect and use a desktop-class graphics card to your notebook. If you plan on editing video on a portable PC and need a little more power, this is a great option so long as you have a spare Thunderbolt 3.

Colorful Graphics: Razer Core X Chroma

Staff pick

Razer has a sleek-looking enclosure available with Chroma RGB lighting, a 700-watt power supply, and support for AMD and NVIDIA GPUs. It's perfect for video editing when paired with a capable card.

$400 at Amazon

Everything You Need: Gigabyte AORUS RTX 2070 Gaming Box

This eGPU has everything you need already pre-installed. Gigabyte chose the trusty RTX 2070 with ample performance for editing video on the go. This all does mean you'll be paying out more upfront.

$650 at Amazon

Sleek Enclosure: ASUS XG-Station-PRO

This is one stunning enclosure and supports latest NVIDIA and AMD GPUs. The aluminum chassis was designed in partnership with In Win.

$330 at Amazon

For Laptop Gamers: ASUS ROG XG Station 2

The second enclosure here from ASUS is a beast. Not only does it look the part with an aggressive design, but sports a 600W PSU, RGB lighting, and VR support. It'll work well with a GPU for video editing.

$550 at Amazon

Budget-friendly: Akitio Node

Don't let the price fool you to think this enclosure won't be worth picking up for video editing with a capable GPU. It has all the basics, including a 400W PSU, support for full-sized cards, and a solid build.

$230 at Amazon

Bring Your Own GPU

The Razer Core X is our top-recommended enclosure for an eGPU, striking a balance between design, features, and affordability. This is a great way to avoid shelling out thousands on a more powerful laptop. This enclosure comes rocking Chroma RGB lighting and a reliable 700-watt power supply.

The Razer Core X has full support for the latest NVIDIA RTX and AMD GPUs, making it ideal for video editors on PC or Mac. If you're looking for something a little more affordable, the ASUS XG-Station-PRO will be able to house the latest GPUs and allow you to enjoy the same video editing experience.

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