AORUS GTX 1070 Gaming Box Product Walkthrough
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AORUS GTX 1070 Gaming Box Product Walkthrough

August 22, 2019


Turn your mobile workstation into a
powerful battle station. The AORUS GTX 1070 Gaming Box is a complete yet
compact solution that comes with a GTX 1070 graphics card and a 450 watt PSU
built inside. Hook it up to your laptop and you have a battle-ready machine
right away. Here is how it works: first, plug in the power cord.
Next, connect the Gaming Box to our laptop with the Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C cable
included in the package. The Thunderbolt 3 technology enables blazing fast 40
gigabits per second of data transfer while providing up 100 watt of power to the
connected laptop at the same time. When you see the Gaming Box lights up and
hear the notification sound, it means the laptop has successfully recognized the Gaming
Box. Then follow the instructions on the screen to proceed. Finally download the
NVIDA driver and the installation is done. A quick reminder. Do not unplug and
replug the cable immediately as it may cause system failure. Wait for the
disconnection sound and then plug the cable back in again. Now you’re ready to
play on your Ultrabook laptop. Just to up your game even more, you can connect an
external monitor of your choice for an enhanced gaming experience. At the back
there are three USB 3.0 ports where you can hook up your gaming peripherals and
external storage to set up a complete battle station. There is also an extra Quick Charge 3.0
port to charge your mobile devices when the battery is running low.
There you have it, the innovative external graphic solution from AORUS. Work
hard but don’t forget to play even harder. Enjoy the best of both worlds
with the AORUS GTX 1070 Gaming Box

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  1. ok, I need this in my life. Son is a BIG gamer and he has me too getting on Steam and Twitch. I'm getting addicted to games. LOL

  2. Sounds like you're about to swallow the freaking mic ffs.
    Might be a good idea to place it more than 2mm from your mouth. 🙂

  3. I just ordered 1080 version, I hope it's gonna work on my Dell Precision 5510, well it's working on xps 15, they're pretty much the same.

  4. My laptop is a lenovo ideapad 320. it does not have a thunderbolt 3 port and i was wondering if i could use a usb-s to usb cable like this one.https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-usb-type-c-braided-charging-data-cable-1m-kogan/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=product_listing_ads&gclid=CjwKCAiA4vbSBRBNEiwAMorER01lDuguAdJQp8Wi6msrTi1Q5x03NaWqnYLMz8NpIxCxBrbR20Di7xoCUKcQAvD_BwE
    any help?

  5. I bought this product today (1070 version) to use with my brand new Dell XPS 13 9370. My notebook recognises the GPU, I've downloaded the latest drivers for the graphics card, but I still get a message stating "The connected external graphics card may not function properly with this computer". I've tried both of my thunderbolt ports and they both give the same message, even though from what I've tried it seems to be working okay. What am I doing wrong please?!

  6. Does this accesory work with other laptops like asus? I believe they dont have that kind of usb port

  7. i cant use the Gigabyte AORUS Gaming Box GTX 1070 Graphic Card GV-N1070IXEB-8GD eGPU to connect with my HP Spectre. HP recommends using an original power adapter from HP. and HP can not fix it, can u help me with it

  8. When I insert my gtx 1080 game box in makes alot of noise. Also the usb ports dont work, when I try to plug in my mouse or keyboard Windows wont recognize them.
    The rgb lighting doesnt work either.. Do I have a broken game box or did I mis something? I've follow your video but it doesnt work,,

  9. What if you dont have a usb type c on you laptop can I still make it work with a standeted usb type c to a usb type a I believe

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