I have a new 2.9 Ghz 15" MBP on order, to be delivered some time between the 17th and 25th. Taking advantage of the recent discount, I also plan to order one - possibly two - of the 27" LG 5K displays before the end of the year. Ugly bezel aside, I look forward to the screen real estate. While this is primarily an iOS development, photography and general purpose machine, I expect to be gaming on it from time to time. I did opt for the Radeon Pro 460 GPU option on the MBP, but I know that it's not especially powerful. For that reason, I am intrigued by idea of using an eGPU solution (ie. AKiTiO Node, Razer Core, etc) with the MBP's Thunderbolt 3 port to drive a beefier GPU either natively in macOS or using Boot Camp/Windows. My question is this: Right now, as far as I can tell there are NO third party GPUs that output over Thunderbolt 3, so even if I can get the eGPU working with a powerful GPU I don't know if there is any way to hook it up to an LG 5K display (as it only has a Thunderbolt 3 input). Is there any way to drive a TB3 display using a commercially-available third party GPU? Have there been any announced GPUs that natively output over TB3 and can drive a 5K display (even at reduced resolution)? Thanks! --- Post Merged, Nov 7, 2016 --- Anticipating a couple of responses/questions... 1. While I may get two of the LG 5K displays, I don't need to power them both for gaming purposes. I'm fine only using one for that purpose and unplugging the other. 2. I'm also okay with booting into Windows, if needed, using Boot Camp. Not ideal, but livable. 3. Yes, I could hook the eGPU up to a different / lower-resolution display supporting some other input, but what's the fun in that? The one I have on hand is smaller, has worse image quality and I'd rather stick it in a closet if I could use one of these newer/larger displays instead.