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In theory it can support the 3080 just fine, it has a PCI-e16x3.0 connection so I see no reason why it wouldn't.


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There are several Options. For one, the monitor you mention in the coments seems to be a 1440p monitor. This means that a game takes more power to run. Along with the limited amount of ram it's very well possible that this is normal behaviour. One test would be to reduce the resolution to 1920*1080 in the game and see if that increases framerate to what is ...


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There technically is. It uses the Thunderbolt standard which runs off the USB-C cable. They are typically called eGPU's and can ship with a GPU in it, but are often just the enclosure. Below are some examples. The user Salocor, who replied to the post first, also makes a good point with a NVME M.2 to PCI-E converter being an option. Due to those not intended ...


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Laptops with a full size keyboard exist but are few and far between due to the actual size limitations of the laptops. there are only two that I know of that come close. The acer predator X21, it's a full size keyboard, however the numpad is low profile and reversible so you can use it as a trackpad. this is a 21 inch curved monitor "laptop" The ...


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