MSI GUS II

MSI's external GPU dock, the GUS II, has potential to make a lot of Thunderbolt aficionados very happy. Similar to the external power media dock for the Sony VAIO Z, the GUS II connects via Thunderbolt and can be fitted with any single- or dual-channel AMD or Nvidia GPU so long as it doesn't need more than 150W of power.

  • Status: Announced

What You Need To Know

  • Supports 10 Gpbs of throughput per channel
  • Requires drivers from Nvidia and AMD to function with any Windows machine, and will also need drivers from Apple to work with Thunderbolt-enabled MacBooks
  • Thunderbolt-enabled MacBooks running Windows (via BootCamp, for instance) will only require drivers for Nvidia and AMD

Basic Specs

Color Silver

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