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FirePro M2000 and OS X


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Is this card is compatible with OS X?

 

I can't find any information about this FirePro series compatibility.

 



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Hello wojnest,

 

I think your question is best answered with "maybe".

 

FirePro M2000 uses a Turks-chipset, which can be found in many graphics card like 6750m, 7650m or 7690m. Compatibility varies with the implemation of the card - best would to use any linux live distro (e.g. linux mint) and open "lspci -nn" in terminal to get the device id and vendor id. Try to search with these ids your forums (or google ^_^ ).

 

Some Turks have working vga and/or hdmi out, but most have problems with lvds (internal laptop screen)...

 

Good luck!



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Thanks for reply.

I have one more question: Whether Broadcom 20702 bluetooth is compatible with OS X?



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If it features a BCM20702a0 are good chances it is working OOB.

 

For exact answer run "lspci -nn" and look for device id - as stated above.







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