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GT710 or GT730 is supported on 10.13.1 (hamac'k)?

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In Poland they said that only GT760 :-) works correctly ...

$$$€€€ = max. 150-250PLN (40-70USD) and it must be only  a new card (without allegro)

 

if u work in FCPX/Motion 5 ...   yes, i work....

Which radeon model exactly?

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In your budget is hardly to find a new Radeon GPU, only second hand.
GT710/730 will works too with FCPX and Motion 5, but performance will... okay, just okay.

 

Here you can see that GT710 works on High Sierra 

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but performance will...  What? :-)
now I have HD610 with 8MB VRAM :-)


Okay, I'll take a chance with the GT710...

Question:  MSI, GIGABYTE, ASUS or MSI???

PALIT model is not available

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