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Ben Chatelain Mar 13
Replying to @thomasgcarter
Just got my and was able to push it to 6K using . What graphics processor does your iMac Pro have? Mine has the Radeon Pro Vega 64.
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Thomas Grove Carter ✂️ Mar 14
Replying to @phatblat
I believe the iMac Pro has pre 2018 intel chips which have an older thunderbolt spec, which doesn’t allow 6k. Interested to know if it’s genuinely 6k or if DisplayMenu is ‘cheating’ it.
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Abe Dec 13
Replying to @thomasgcarter
It works with Windows machines???
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Thomas Grove Carter ✂️ Dec 13
Replying to @NY_Investor_
Probably not mate.
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Mike Wuerthele Dec 13
Replying to @thomasgcarter @imyke
Sure, because of Alpine Ridge versus Titan Ridge.
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Myke Hurley Dec 13
Thanks for the unnecessary info. The point is nobody knew it _would_ work, as Apple’s website doesnt list the iMac Pro in any compatibility.
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Myke Hurley Dec 13
Replying to @thomasgcarter
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Thomas Grove Carter ✂️ Dec 13
Replying to @imyke
If I can track down a usb-c iPad Pro I’ll give it a go!
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🇮🇪🇭🇰odaiwai 😷 ᴉɐʍᴉɐpo Dec 13
Replying to @thomasgcarter
So a USD 6k display is not driven at it's native resolution? Would the kind of professional who needs that sort of display find that acceptable?
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Fouzan Alam Dec 13
Replying to @odaiwai @thomasgcarter
Apple doesn’t list the current iMac Pro as compatible. It’s thunderbolt controller is simply not able to deliver the required DisplayPort data stream for 6K / 60Hz The current MacBook Pro and Mac Pro can run it natively. People were just wondering what happens if you plug it in
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