Blackmagic eGPU Pro
Get workstation-class graphics performance on any Thunderbolt 3–enabled Mac. Adding to its lineup, Blackmagic Design introduces the new Blackmagic eGPU Pro featuring a Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory. You’ll be able to run incredibly graphics-intensive workloads that were previously possible only on iMac Pro. Housed in an all-in-one aluminum enclosure similar to that of the Blackmagic eGPU, the Blackmagic eGPU Pro has a DisplayPort connector so customers can connect a DisplayPort display for their workstation setup. The eGPU has 8GB of HBM2 memory, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, four USB 3 ports, an HDMI 2.0 port, and a DisplayPort 1.4 port, allowing for 85W of power to charge your MacBook Pro at the same time.
The new Blackmagic eGPU Pro allows accelerated graphics-intensive pro app workflows and supersmooth gaming, enables VR experiences or content creation, and supports multiple accessories for the ultimate workstation setup.
With macOS Mojave, you can now use an eGPU to accelerate compatible apps on the built-in display of any Thunderbolt 3–enabled Mac.
Compatible with any Thunderbolt 3–enabled Mac
Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory
Two Thunderbolt 3 ports
Four USB 3 ports
HDMI 2.0 port
DisplayPort 1.4 port
85W power delivery
What’s in the Box
Blackmagic eGPU Pro
Thunderbolt 3 Cable (0.5 m)
Cable type: Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C)
Cable length: 1.64 ft. / 0.5 m
Connections: DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI, Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), USB
Power Source: AC
Height: 11.59 inches (29.44 cm)
Length: 6.96 inches (17.68 cm)
Width: 6.96 inches (17.68 cm)
Weight: 9.92 pounds (4.5 kg)
Operating System: macOS 10.14.1 Mojave or later
UPC or EAN No.: 812497035928
Answers from the community
Will this work with Windows on a Mac mini 2018 through Parallels?
- Asked by Robert M from Bethpage
- on 08-Mar-2019
absolutely, plug my MBPro into this, a 34" USB-c monitor into that, and run parallels for our teachi absolutely, plug my MBPro into this, a 34" USB-c monitor into that, and run parallels for our teaching work on a daily basis.
- Answered by Robert V from Iola
- on 05-Apr-2019
Will this work with Windows on a MacBook Pro 2019 with Boot Camp?
- Asked by Tommy S from Studio City
- on 10-Apr-2019
Can I use this Blackmagic eGPU Pro with my MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
- Asked by Clarke S from Hoboken
- on 10-Nov-2018
No, the 2015 MBP features Thunderbolt 2 ports which aren't compatible in driving the eGPU. Thunderbo No, the 2015 MBP features Thunderbolt 2 ports which aren't compatible in driving the eGPU. Thunderbolt 3 is required.
- Answered by Daniel O from Santa Clara
- on 06-Dec-2018
Will this work with a new Mac Mini and Apple Thunderbolt displays?
- Asked by Kevin L from Sacramento
- on 21-Dec-2018
I can now confirm, using the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter you can use up to 2 Apple I can now confirm, using the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter you can use up to 2 Apple 27-inch Thunderbolt Displays [daisy changed; i.e. connecting one to the adaptor and connecting the second to the Thunderbolt 2 port on the first display]; in addition to using the Display Port connection. So as long as you have a valid Thunderbolt 3 connection port on you Mac, the Blackmagic eGPU Pro can work with the Apple Thunderbolt Display's [Up to 2]. E_
- Answered by Erik B from Seattle
- on 16-Jan-2019
Can I use a longer thunderbolt replacement cable?
- Asked by Dennis R from Caguas
- on 28-Dec-2018
How many displays does this one Support?
- Asked by Richard A from Calgary
- on 31-Oct-2018
If you connect your mac to eGPU Pro using thunderbolt 3 cable, the eGPU Pro has 3 output port: TB3, If you connect your mac to eGPU Pro using thunderbolt 3 cable, the eGPU Pro has 3 output port: TB3, HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4. Therefore, you can connect 3 monitors to this eGPU Pro (if you are using 1 cable per port). Of couse, you can buy tb3 split to 2 dp adaptor, then you can plug 4 monitors, i think.
- Answered by Zhongyi D from Markham
- on 05-Dec-2018