Many people, who game on laptops are out of luck when it comes to Rust, because they simply do not have the graphics, or memory, or processing power to play Rust at a efficient, and playable rate.
An external graphics card is basically a way to plug in a graphics card to a shitty laptop, and being able to use it for gaming. And I mean high end gaming, as in the latest games at 60 fps.
Thunderbolt 3 looks extremely promising…
Intel will be releasing a port this holiday season of 2015, called the Thunderbolt 3, which as their website describes it, ¨Thunderbolt™ 3, the fastest, most versatile connection to any dock, display, or peripheral device¨ will be able to connect everything.
Here’s what it can do:
This will allow people who want to buy a cheap i5 laptop, and a graphics card, and hook them together to play the most high end games, at high fps.
This is especially good for Rust, because many people struggle with framerates, even with their beastly gaming pc’s, so I am speaking for the laptop gamers out there.
They have not announced a price yet, but I hope it’s cheap, because most of that money will be going towards a graphics card.
P.S: I am not a spokesperson for Intel or anything, I just thought this was really cool and wanted to share it with you guys. This means that you can play those high end games on the go, especially Rust, and I am very excited about it.