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Mac Pro with card slots OS X And it turned out that it only worked for PC. I admit it was my fault for not looking closer, but do companies really this stupid? So I did my research on the Sonnet card. They clearly state that it works with Mac. And I'm happy to report that it does!! You plug it into an open PCIe slot and that's it--no muss no fuss. The card performs well. Expansion Ports see all. Interface Card Type see all. Custom Bundle see all. Condition see all. New other see details.

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Adding USB3.0 to late 2009 iMac (11,1)

Sold items. Authorised seller. Authenticity verified. In response to Joe and others, my strong advice to myself and everyone else thinking ahead is to hold off until they announce which cards they recommend! It makes no sense to waste money on a card that isn't guaranteed to work. RonL Jun 12, Ladd Jun 12, Product Wanted: One cable to power the new video card in my Mac Pro Specs: Two mini male 6-pin PCIe connectors to one standard male 8-pin PCIe connector This cable will it into the two female power connectors on the motherboard and provide power 75W each to the the GPU via the standard 8-pin connector on the other end of the cable W total.

I can find these in China AliExpress. Couldn't find one on Amazon, eBay or via Google search. Any tips on where I could find one of these cables in the U. If you have one sitting unused in a box, I'ld love to purchase it from you!

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Ric Ford said: It seems like the reverse is more readily available, but maybe you could use this 6-pin splitter with a adapter. Note the different sizes photo showing the size difference is here. So I think the connectors on the cable Ric suggested will be too large to fit the connectors on the motherboard. NickBatz Jun 12, Richard Murray Jun 13, Ron Y. Jun 13, Another option is to connect the two full size male 6 pin connectors from the mother board I previously had a GTX which required two 6 pin connectors to the following cable to get an 8 pin connector.

I did this when I upgraded my Mac Pro to an rx card. So far all seems well. Ladd Jun 13, Richard Murray said: The two suppliers that I found on eBay both delivered the cables to me in less than two weeks 11 days , even though they both shipped from China. Perhaps you know something I don't; it was my understanding that the 6-pin connectors on the Mac Pro motherboard were mini connectors, not standard connectors as appears to be the case with the product you posted. If I am incorrect about the connectors , the mini 6-pin connector cable I ordered won't fit.

I believe he originally had two mini 6-pin male for the motherboard to regular 6-pin male for the video card cables and used the cable that he posted about to connect the regular ends of both to an 8-pin connector that goes to the video card. The pictures show the 6-pin ends to be female.

William Smith Jun 13, RonL said: David Charlap Jun 13, RonL Jun 25, David Charlap said: Chroma subsampling is a trick that reduces the color bandwidth in order to either reduce storage sizes or higher resolution. This might be fine for watching movies, but would clearly be inappropriate for a computer display, since it tends to fuzz-out small print. Your LG 38" Ultrawide has a resolution of x you didn't say which model, but both have this resolution.

Install an inexpensive USB-C PCI-E card in a Mac Pro for full USB data transfer speeds

This is above HDMI 1. In other words, this resolution will require HDMI 2. Which your Mac Pro can not put out. But it is less than the maximum bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.