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Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock review: Glorious external NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics



With integrated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics, you can have an ultrabook’s portability and still do graphics-heavy work and play. Enjoy up to 40 Gbps lightning-fast data transfer & up to 3 external displays. See at Lenovo:

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23 thoughts on “Lenovo Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock review: Glorious external NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics

  1. This is really good but I was hoping for a bare dock or at least one I could upgrade, ie stick the 1080ti from my desktop pc into it. Unfortunately it sounds like you can’t do that, it also means it will be a crap gpu in a year or so with no upgrade option 😥

  2. I have an integrated GPU and a notebook quadro in my laptop to run 3d modeling, any ideas on how this might perform with the GPU I am already running?

  3. hopefully we get a refresh soon (Lenovo has been having a ton of sales on it recently, so hopefully they're clearing stock before releasing a 2050 version).

  4. Been using my Lenovo eGPU for over 3 months now. It handles medium to high gaming at 75frames running on a spectre D22 at 74.9hz. Im running mine TB3 connected to an Intel NUC which has the i7 coffee lake, 512gb samsung NVME were my games are installed on. 32gb of RAM running at 2666mhz. All this and it’s tiny as hell! Its amazing and I couldnt be happier with it. The 1050 all thought its old it still handles games perfectly

  5. It was your review that made me buy it. Just for everyone's knowledge, it works with my Dell XPS 13 (9380) as well as Razer Blade Stealth (2019). Quite happy about how portable and well it works with laptops on the go for gaming actually! I will do a review just on gaming with this. Thanks Daniel for the insights!

  6. Any advice on getting my HP spectre to recognize this device? Anything I plug into the dock is not recognized. I even tried installing the Lenovo driver

  7. Seeing this review a year after because I'm jumping the fence on getting a 2 in 1, (the Eve V tablet) and looking at eGPU options.

    Too many driver issues from Lenovo so I may end up going with something else.
    However I wanted to comment on the fact I love that this reviewer was testing this with fighting games. UMvC3 is more my style but I main Frank West too lol.

  8. This actually seems like a fantastic way to turn my work ultrabook into something that can play some games when I'm stuck in a hotel room.

    It's considerably smaller than a second gaming capable laptop.

  9. I’m really disappointed that it only has one thunderbolt port… Lenovo sells think vision monitors that have thunderbolt connectors and USBs on the monitor… with only one port on this device you lose access to The USB ports on the monitor… yet their non GPH dock has 2 thunderbolt connectors.

  10. i found one with a gtx 1070 for $500, would I be able to play vr on my laptop with an external graphics setup? (my CPU is good, an i7 and 8 GB of ram)

  11. HI I ALL READY HAVE AN 1060 GTX IN MY LAPTOP AND IT HAS AN TUNDERBOLT 3.0 MY QUESTION IS THERE IS A WAY TO INCREASSE THAT 6 GB VIDEO ?? WITH THE ANOTHER EXTERNAL CARD OR SOMETHING???

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