The GPD G1 is a multitasking USB/Thunderbolt dock and external GPU, with the AMD Radeon RX 7600M XT and a 240W power supply in one compact package. It also has connectivity options for Oculink, USB-4, and Thunderbolt 3 & 4, making it an excellent upgrade option for most handheld and mini PCs on the market today. In this video we’ll take a look at its specs, do a full suite of tests, and compare it against other eGPU solutions available right now.

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00:00 introduction
00:56 DroiX and pricing
04:14 unboxing and impressions
06:30 the initial setup
07:46 stock vs USB4 vs Oculink
10:56 other compatible devices
12:26 Razer Chroma X testing
18:09 stock vs USB4 vs Razer Chroma X
21:08 real-world game testing
28:40 summary (likes and dislikes)
33:19 conclusion

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