Top positive review
Works well with an Asus Zenbook Deluxe 8th Gen i7
October 4, 2018
EDIT April 06/2019: I've upgraded my rating because the product really does deserve 5 stars.
I am having great success with this Razer Core X external GPU enclosure attached to an Asus Zenbook Deluxe 8th-gen i7 ultrabook. I am NOT gaming, I'm primarily running the Adobe Creative Cloud usual suspects: Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, Dreamweaver as well as Autocad and Revit. I installed a NVidia Quadro P620 card in the enclosure. Everything is far faster than before - very pleased with the upgraded performance. Installation in Windows was painless for the most part, but you should be aware that there was a very long delay while Windows detected the enclosure and set up the software for it, and there is absolutely no indication that anything is happening. If I didn't have patience I may have rebooted too early and screwed the whole thing up, but I checked Task Manager and could see the process taking about 20-30% cpu so I just let it go until it calmed down. Still no indication that it finished when it finished, I just waited a few minutes more then rebooted. Then I downloaded the latest card drivers from NVidia (ODE version not QNF) and installed them. Rebooted again. Then I plugged in the actual Display Port cables from four Asus 2560 × 1440 monitors and everything came up roses. The enclosure is practically silent - virtually impossible to tell it's even getting power. And huge. In fact it's bigger than most of the desktop computers in our offices. But that doesn't matter because it just sits behind the screens and does its job quietly out of sight.
I docked one star because I could not believe that I had to pull out the cordless drill and drill a hole to be able to secure the Quadro card in its slot. This won't be an issue for those with dual-width or wider video cards, but the Quadro P620 is a single-slot card and there's no hole to fasten the card's bracket to the enclosure case. Easy fix by drilling and tapping a hole in the case, but now I have to find a slot adapter cover plate to fill in the gaping hole beside my Quadro card, since the adapter cover that comes with the enclosure cannot be used as it's designed to be discarded once a card is installed. It's too wide to use. Kinda lame. If it weren't for this deficiency in design I would award this enclosure with 5 solid stars. I hope this helps.
UPDATE MARCH 2/2019 This enclosure is still working perfectly. I use it every work day. Great product.