OneXGPU is Radeon RX 7600M XT eGPU with neat features
The device features OCulink, M.2 slot and even has a vapor chamber.
One-Netbook has officially introduced a new external GPU named OneXGPU. This compact device houses an AMD Navi 33 GPU as Radeon RX 7600M XT GPU with 8GB memory, providing enhanced graphics power for handheld gaming systems and lightweight laptops. The inclusion of OCulink support, as previously disclosed, is something that will not go unnoticed within the eGPU community.
The company has confirmed the presence of OCulink, which is great news considering its compatibility with USB4 eGPU connections as well. This ensures that the OneXGPU remains adaptable, whether the system supports eGPU connection through USB4 or OCulink. The OCulink has increased bandwidth of 63 Gbps compared to Thunderbolt3/4 and USB4 connections which are limited to 40 Gbps.
A worthy feature of the OneXGPU is its integrated M.2 SSD port, operating on the PCIe 2.0 standard. While this specification is limited by the connection, it allows gamers not only to increase external GPU capabilities but also to expand storage for games.
The device features a versatile array of display connections, including two HDMI ports and two DisplayPorts. Additionally, it incorporates four USB Type-A connectors and one Type-C, although the specific versions of these connectors have not been confirmed. There is also an Ethernet port.
The system has just been announced and OneNetbook already has an Indiegogo website ready. The system is not yet available for order, though. As always, we do not recommend preordering hardware, especially if independent media did not test it beforehand. Nonetheless, OneNetbook has established itself as a reputable company with a diverse range of gaming systems available on the market, including their OneXplayer handhelds, thereby concerns should be minimal if any.