Add Metal support to your Mac Pro and upgrade to macOS 10.14.x Mojave
Run macOS 10.14.x Mojave
By adding the Radeon RX 580 to your Mac Pro, you'll be adding Metal support and gain the ability to install the latest macOS 10.14.x Mojave operating system. unlocking advanced display features in Mojave that are unavailable with the original 5770 or 5870 video cards. Even if you previously upgraded and have Metal support with a card like the Radeon HD 5970, you'll see a 1.5x improvement with this Radeon RX 580 upgrade.
Maximize pro app performance
With 8GB GDDR5 memory, 36 compute units, and a whopping 6.2 TFLOPs of performance, your Mac Pro will experience a graphics processing renaissance. See shorter rendering times and faster effects operations with Final Cut Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Avid, Adobe, and other video suites.
See your OpenCL capabilities soar!
• 1.5x better than Radeon HD 7950
•8.0x better than Radeon HD 5870
•12.5x better than Radeon HD 5770
• Add Metal & gain support for macOS 10.14.x Mojave
• 12.5x better OpenCL performance over stock
• Accelerate Apple's Metal and OpenGL to new heights
• 1340MHz with OC up to 1355MHz
• 8GB GDDR5
• Includes special power cable for Mac Pro (2010-2012)
System Requirements: 500w Power Supply
Interface: PCIe 3.0 x16
• DisplayPort 1.4: 7680 x 4320 maximum resolution
• Dual-link DVI: 2560 x 1600 maximum resolution
• HDMI 2.0: 4096 x 2160 maximum resolution
Ports: 1x HDMI, 3x DisplayPort, 1x Dual-Link DVI
GPU: 1340MHz Core Clock, 1355MHz OC Mode Clock, 14nm Chip, 2304 Sream Processors
Video Memory: 8GB Size, 256-bit GDDR5, 8000MHz Effective
Please note: this is a PC graphics card that works with the Mac Pro ranges, but it does not support EFI boot (POST) sequences. So it will not display anything before it gets to the login screen of your account (black screen during apple logo).This does mean that if you need to do internet recovery, or use the disk selection screen, you will not be able to see it without a second graphics card being fitted. You also cannot boot to a drive that has FileVault enabled, as that requires loading an EFI screen that is not supported. In these cases, we suggest leaving the original graphics card fitted in the second slot so you always have a native supported GPU fitted.
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