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How to: MacBook Air Windows 10 RTX 2080 eGPU gaming setup [Video]

[2019-01-11 14:32:49]

On its own, the 2018 MacBook Air is a downright terrible gaming machine. Connected to my LG UltraWide 5K2K Display, the MacBook Air averages around 1-2 frames per second in Rocket League, and similarly abysmal scores in Unigine Heaven and Valley benchmarks. That’s no fault of the MacBook Air, as it’s a thin and light portable laptop built around maximizing battery life. In other words, it was never intended to be a gaming machine. But if you own a MacBook Air and are looking for ways to get more out of your laptop, then an eGPU setup within a Windows Boot Camp environment can go a long way towards making that a reality. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough for the step-by-step details. The post How to: MacBook Air Windows 10 RTX 2080 eGPU gaming setup [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

How to: MacBook Air Windows 10 RTX 2080 eGPU gaming setup [Video]

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