mac pro to thunderbolt 3 display
I have a Mac Pro (2013 - desktop) that has Thunderbolt 2. Can I get an adapter to drive a Thunderbolt 3 display? (Samsung 34" C34J79x Display)
- Asked by Mark H from Port Angeles
- Flag as inappropriate mac pro to thunderbolt 3 display
2 Answers from the Community
I bought the Thunderbolt 3 to TB2 adapter. It worked just fine. Mac Pro 2013 (desktop). Samsung 34” curved Thunderbolt 3 monitor. Plugged into Thunderbolt port on monitor. Sound works also
- Answered by Mark H from Port Angeles
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If you mean the CJ79, then I think so. Thunderbolt 2 supports DisplayPort 1.2. Thunderbolt 3 supports two DisplayPort signals but I think only one is used for 3440x1440@100Hz (30bit color) = 14.9 Gbps so Thunderbolt 2 should be sufficient and there should be remaining bandwidth available for the USB 2.0 ports. Only the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter allows connecting Thunderbolt 3 devices to Thunderbolt 2 computers so this is the adapter you need.
- Answered by Joseph V from Fort Langley
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Will this work with an Apple Thunderbolt Display?
- Asked by Evan W from Plymouth
- 6 Apr 2018
- Flag as inappropriate Will this work with an Apple Thunderbolt Display?
Will this cable enable you to use the Mid 2010 iMac with Mini Display Port as a display for the new MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt in clam shell mode?
Is this Thunderbolt compatible with the 2017 MacBook Pro Type-C Thunderbolt connections?
- Asked by Anthony S from Riverhead
- 2 Mar 2018
- Flag as inappropriate Is this Thunderbolt compatible with the 2017 MacBook Pro Type-C Thunderbolt connections?