Here is a cabinet for EXP GDC on eBay, it has the power supply built in and the connectors if the GPU requires more power. Super simple solution that just requires installing the EXP GDC and your graphics card of choice. $120 for the case and PSU that's it (I would say the RGB + Fan version is not needed..). https://www.ebay.com/itm/External-GPU-Enclosure-EXP-GDC-Case-RGB-LED/263906557194?hash=item3d720e7d0a:m:m0KGJqjok_fAdCLTASOouqA&var=563332069544 Today I bought this from Deal Extreme in case I want to add a card that requires the extra power, the EXP GDC provides the connector for this cable to plug into, so the card gets the extra power needed. However on the Nvidia GTX 1050Ti or AMD Radeon RX560 the additional power is not needed at all! https://www.dx.com/p/6pin-to-6-w-6-2-cable-for-exp-gdc-beast-video-card-dock-460293#.W7JFuS-B2Rc The EXP GDC I have confirmed working solidly, having built into my cabinet, is here : https://www.dx.com/p/exp-expresscar...pci-e-16x-interface-black-412508#.W7JGay-B2Rc And the acrylic transparent cabinet that fits both the SFX form factor 300W power supply (connected to the floor of the case with transparent quadratic flat rubber feet, sticks well on both sides and not glued/taped) and my GTX 1050Ti is here (small form-factor card only if also the SFX power supply is put inside, for me the MSI GeForce GTX 1050Ti (OCV1 version) was perfect size), for me this works just great and it was fun assembling and modifying to suit the equipment inside : https://www.ebay.com/itm/Acrylic-Pr...980952?hash=item48a29f1918:g:Y4IAAOSwXeJYKoFM Good luck to anyone who wants to try this out, its rather cool and not too expensive at all. Ask any questions if help is needed ! Choose any solution that suits you best, I found mine And one cool thing if you choose the AMD Radeon RX560 (also here MSI has the small form-factor one): This is the Polaris architecture, it's supported natively in macOS High Sierra and Mojave, with full Metal support without further need of driver installations like the Nvidia cards. Further, the RX560 is rather affordable, very ideal for eGPU use. If something more powerful is needed (that also requires additional power connectors) go with RX570 or RX580.