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  1. for use with the Apple 27" LED Cinema Display (A1316 MC007LL/A) 2560 x 1440 which only has ONE cable with a mini DisplayPort plug, in now Mountain Lion and later Mavericks. $250 for Apple's ATI Radeon HD 5770 Graphics Upgrade Kit for Mac Pro MC742ZMA is too much for me. Usage: heavy Adobe graphics/ video mix (Photoshop/ InDesign/ Illustrator/ Premiere/ Dreamweaver), all open at the same time .. Final Cut Pro will follow later. Apart from that, here's what the card also needs to be able to deliver in 10.8.5 (and best 10.9): dual-monitor: connect a 2nd one via DVI or HDMI live resolution switching on both monitors w/o black or blue screens fully working wake from monitor sleep AND wake from MacOS sleep on BOTH monitors w/o black or blue screens cooling fan(s) not too loud if possible Sharing of best your personal experience or otherwise links or pointers would be very welcomed Thank you, Bugs
  2. Using an Apple Cinema Display with a Hackintosh or just a regular Windows PC can be a bit hit or miss. Depending on various factors you may not be able to get a signal to the display before the OS loads, or in the worst case, get a signal to the display at all. However, certain setups seem to work without a hitch. Essentially I'm trying to confirm some assumptions I've made after reading through a bunch of reports in different threads. I'd like to better understand what sort of hardware configurations are compatible with these displays and try to put together some rough guidelines for getting the best experience with them. But there doesn't seem to be a definitive answer to any of them. The assumptions are: - Kepler based Nvidia cards work and can in some cases properly display bios - Fermi based Nvidia cards work but can not display bios - AMD cards are hit and miss - UEFI based motherboards may garble the bios interface, but only on pre-2010 displays - Adding a second non-ACD display may in some instances allow mirroring onto an otherwise unsupported ACD during post I'd help me out if ACD owners could answer the following questions: 1. Which model of ACD are you using? 2. What graphics are you using? 3. What port (eg. DVI, DP, mini-DP, HDMI) are you using and, if applicable, what adapter? 4. Does it work once an OS has loaded? 5. Can you see anything during post i.e. can you see your BIOS/ UEFI during startup? 6. Do you also have a second non-ACD display connected? My answers: 1. 2010 27-inch 2. Nvidia Quadro 4000 3. DVI with Kanex adapter 4. Yes 5. No 6. No Cheers.
  3. for use with the Apple 27" LED Cinema Display (A1316 MC007LL/A) 2560 x 1440 which only has ONE cable with a mini DisplayPort plug, in now Mountain Lion and later Mavericks. $250 for Apple's ATI Radeon HD 5770 Graphics Upgrade Kit for Mac Pro MC742ZMA is too much for me. Usage: heavy Adobe graphics/ video mix (Photoshop/ InDesign/ Illustrator/ Premiere/ Dreamweaver), all open at the same time .. Final Cut Pro will follow later. Apart from that, here's what the card also needs to be able to deliver in 10.8.5 (and best 10.9): dual-monitor: connect a 2nd one via DVI or HDMI live resolution switching on both monitors w/o black or blue screens fully working wake from monitor sleep AND wake from MacOS sleep on BOTH monitors w/o black or blue screens ATY framebuffer negotiated correctly between the card and OS X cooling fan(s) not too loud if possible Sharing of best your personal experience or otherwise links or pointers would be very welcomed Thank you, Bugs
  4. I'm trying to find out if anyone have similar setup with Dual (2) Apple LED Cinema Display MC007LL/A 27-Inch. (http://www.amazon.co....ema display 27) I would like to setup (2) Apple Cinema Displays 27" via MiniDisplayPort connection with my existing hackintosh build. Resolution should be 2560x1440 on both displays I'm looking to replace Gigabyte ATI HD 5770 1GB with a video card that can handle this setup, any advice which card(s) would work? hackintosh build GA-X58A-UD5 Core i7 950 | 16GB DDR3-1600 | Gigabyte ATI HD 5770 1GB Thanks!
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