RGB lighting seems to have become popular these days as they have been added to everything related to PCs. From PC cases, keyboards, mouse, cooling fans, GPUs, and more \u2013 everything can be adorned with this bright, colorful RGB lighting.\r\n\r\nThis is why it\u2019s not very surprising that Razer has now followed this growing trend. The brand new Razer Core X Chroma is the continuation of the Core X external GPU case released last year. This is designed to provide and boosts gaming laptops with desktop-level graphics.\r\n\r\nSince even the best graphics solutions in laptops are not the same as those of a full-fat desktop graphics card, with Razer Core X Chroma, users would no longer need a full-sized gaming desktop at home to play.\r\n\r\nThe gaming hardware manufacturing company has leveled-up its external graphics processor case and equipped it with multi-colored \u201cChroma\u201d LEDs. This Chroma RGB lighting is fully customizable for Windows systems that are using the Razer Synapse 3 software. Unfortunately, this can\u2019t be customized for devices with macOS as this doesn\u2019t have an available Razer Synapse 3.\r\n\r\nThat\u2019s not all as Razer also improved it with a bigger power supply unit. Now, the internal power supply is boosted up to 700W which was just previously 650W. This gives it the capability to drive power-hungry cards from AMD as well as Nvidia. Those using a macOS with High Sierra 10.13.4 or later, however, can only run with a few AMD cards.\r\n\r\nFor this new eGPU \u2013 GTX, RTX, and the Quadro series are the qualified Nvidia cards. For AMD, the compatible cards are Radeon, as well as Radeon Pro. Razer Core X Chroma can be inserted with up to three-slot wide, full-length PCIe x16 cards.\r\n\r\nAside from the improved 700W power supply and colorful RGB lighting, the enclosure also has some brand new connectivity options. It includes a Gigabit Ethernet port as well as four USB 3.1 Type-A ports. Razer Core X Chroma requires a Thunderbolt 3 port in order to connect it with the laptop.\r\n\r\nThe outcome of this is an external graphics processor unit enclosure that is $100 more than its predecessor \u2013 Core X. Razer Core X Chroma is currently available in the United States and is sold for the price of $399.99. This is only the price for the enclosure alone. Buyers would still need to purchase their own graphics card.\r\n\r\nAdditionally, those who would need an extended Thunderbolt 3 active cable would also need to add another $79.99. It\u2019s definitely not cheap, but it does the job well and also provides additional beauty.