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  • (upbeat music)

  • - Hey guys this is Austin and this

  • is The Ultimate Thunderbolt Setup.

  • This is how our project started a few months ago

  • when I had a conversation with Intel's Thunderbolt team

  • about what really to me felt like

  • a very obvious use-case for Thunderbolt.

  • A single cable powering an entire

  • crazy, over the top, gaming setup.

  • Luckily they agreed and alongside Dell, Intel was able to

  • sponsor this entire setup and make it happen.

  • The setup is built around the Dell XPS 13.

  • This is a terrific ultrabook.

  • Not only is it powered by the latest

  • eighth generation Core i7 processor

  • but you have great battery life,

  • a good screen, all the normal kind of laptop stuff

  • but what it lacks is some dedicated graphics for gaming

  • which is where Thunderbolt comes in.

  • The XPS is connected to the Aorus GTX 1080 gaming box.

  • This little enclosure here houses not only

  • a full GTX 1080 graphics card but it also

  • has a power supply to power not only the graphics card

  • and the laptop but it also has USB ports

  • for the rest of our accessories.

  • What's great about this is that with a single

  • Thunderbolt 3 cable your thin and light Dell

  • that you carry around all day long

  • turns into a full proper gaming setup.

  • There are a wide variety of Thunderbolt 3

  • enclosures available most of which

  • have graphics cards built in and those

  • start at around 350 dollars or so.

  • But there are also other options without

  • the GPU that you can add yourself.

  • So these start at around $200 and one of the ones

  • I recently took a look at was the Razer Core X.

  • This supports a full-size graphics card

  • with plenty of power for pretty much

  • anything you want to put in there.

  • The reason we chose to go with the

  • gaming box is for a few reasons.

  • First of all the a GTX 1080 is a lot of power

  • paired with an ultrabook like this

  • but it also has some additional features.

  • So first of all we have a series of USB ports

  • on the back which is helpful because we wanted to make sure

  • that all of our accessories could be wired in

  • with just that single Thunderbolt cable.

  • And on top of that this does support

  • a full 100 watts of power delivery

  • which means we don't have to charge our laptop either.

  • It really is one single Thunderbolt 3 cable

  • to make this entire setup work.

  • To take advantage of all this gaming hardware

  • we have three full monitors.

  • And by monitors I mean TVs.

  • These are TVs, they're 55 inch 4K HDR panels

  • so this in hindsight may have been

  • a little bit of overkill but I mean come on

  • we're building the ultimate Thunderbolt setup.

  • Overkill's kinda what you're here for right?

  • Paired with this are my favorite

  • gaming peripherals right now.

  • First of all we have the Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard.

  • I did an entire video about that

  • you should definitely go check it out.

  • This is straight up my favorite

  • keyboard that I've ever tried.

  • Alongside this we have the Zowie,

  • what is it the BenQ Zowie, FK1 I knew it it's the FK1.

  • This is actually the mouse I've

  • been using for like two years now.

  • Not only do I use it for editing and general use

  • but it is really great for gaming as well.

  • I probably should have know the

  • the name of the mouse shouldn't I have?

  • All this is backed up by my favorite game pad right now,

  • the Xbox One wireless controller.

  • Now this has seen a few revisions over the years

  • most notably it now has Bluetooth

  • and you can also do a cool design lab version

  • which maybe doesn't match with the setup but I don't care

  • 'cause it's my custom Austin not Duncan one.

  • But the cool thing is this going to be

  • a nice benefit for when you want to play

  • racing games or stuff that doesn't

  • work well with a mouse and keyboard.

  • (buttons clicking)

  • - [Camera Man] Don't do that, that won't.

  • Don't do that. Stop.

  • - What's really cool about this is when you

  • sit in front of it and you realize just how immersive it is.

  • I mean look at this we've got three displays

  • all running in surround and it's so seamless.

  • I mean yeah the TVs have a little bit of a border

  • but I mean come on this is so cool.

  • It's almost like sitting with like a

  • VR headset on as opposed to three giant TVs.

  • Oh dude, dude (laughing) are you serious?

  • What? This is the point of the video

  • where I'm just like freaking out the whole time.

  • So we're playing on full epic settings too.

  • So right now the resolution's set to 5760 by 1080

  • but it's full epic basically everything.

  • And frame rate wise we're doing pretty solid.

  • I mean we're pretty much around 50 to 60 fps.

  • See I do a lot of videos with Fortnite right

  • and a lot of the time I'm playing on like

  • $200 PCs or like seven frames per second

  • on ultra low settings but this totally feels like cheating.

  • I mean sure when I'm looking ahead

  • it looks like a fairly standard field of view.

  • But I look left and right I could

  • have such a competitive advantage.

  • The only slight downside is that

  • some of the information is all the way over to the left

  • or all the way over to the right such as the mini map.

  • I mean sure you could go build

  • an incredibly expensive gaming PC

  • and get this sort of permanent setup going

  • but the greatest part is as soon as I'm done with this game

  • I unplug this single cable and I've got

  • my normal ultrabook that's completely portable

  • that I can take with me to school or work or whatever.

  • Wow dude this is like trippy (laughing).

  • It's like almost enough to get you

  • motion sick it's so immersive.

  • Alright let's do this.

  • I'm comin'.

  • (gun report)

  • There we go I can be helpful.

  • You have a very cool cape.

  • Dude this is so immersive I mean it's crazy

  • just how into the game I feel.

  • This feels incredibly dangerous.

  • I shouldn't be hiding underneath this tree right now.

  • I'm just gonna run, running is always a good option right?

  • Oh yeah. Ha ha, I like this.

  • (gun firing) (Austin laughs)

  • No, no, no, no, no, no.

  • No, no, no, no, no, no, no.

  • No, no, no, no, no.

  • That's not how this works.

  • That's not how this...alright well it's fine.

  • We came in number two.

  • I cannot go back to playing games on a mere single display

  • or a phone or a switch or a $200 laptop.

  • Ken don't make me go back.

  • Can I just do this now?

  • I actually might get good at Fortnite

  • if I play on this setup.

  • Next up we have Forza Horizon 4.

  • Not only is this one of my favorite games out there

  • but the PC version's actually really good this year.

  • Which is especially helpful when you have

  • three giant TVs in front of you.

  • If you wanna be lame you can drive outside the car

  • and I mean I guess that's fine but nah.

  • This is the way to do it.

  • Something I'm noticing is that the mirrors in the game

  • I never really paid that much attention to

  • playing on like Xbox but it makes

  • a big difference here on PC.

  • Not only are the reflections nice and high quality

  • but I can really see especially with this

  • right hand mirror when people are behind me.

  • It's a small thing but it really kinda

  • goes to show just how useful a setup like this can be.

  • See nope, nope, nope that was too aggressive.

  • That was too aggressive that's okay I made it.

  • Oh no you don't, there we go.

  • Little bump never hurt anybody right?

  • I do have the same problem as I did with Fortnite

  • and it's some of my information like the hud

  • is way too far away but I mean come on it's fine.

  • It's like a real race I don't need my mini map

  • I can just kinda drive by the

  • seat of my pants and the voice of the GPS.

  • Of course Thunderbolt is useful for

  • more than just purely playing games.

  • So not only are we adding a ton

  • of extra graphics horsepower to our system

  • but we do have all the extra USB ports and power and stuff

  • and we also have the ability to hookup multiple 4K monitors.

  • So that's something that's going to

  • make a big difference in things like

  • video editing and racing games.

  • But mostly video editing and creative

  • professional activities like drifting.

  • And that is the ultimate thunderbolt setup.

  • A lot of work went into not only our brand new set

  • but getting this all together.

  • A huge shout out to everyone here and of course

  • massive thank you to Intel and Dell

  • for sponsoring this video.

  • Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go

  • do some real work on my tiny XPS 13.

  • (hip hop music)

(upbeat music)

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