Does Surface Go support eGPU (External GPU)?
Does Microsoft Surface Go support external graphics (eGPU)?
No, it doesn’t! Currently, all standard external graphics processing units require Thunderbolt 3 technology to provide enough bandwidth (up to 40Gbps) for transferring graphics data between the laptop and the external GPU (eGPU). Unfortunately, Microsoft Surface Go has only USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 that has a maximum bandwidth of 5Gbps.
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