The "6 Thunderbolt display" is misleading
because there are internal limkits once you plug in an HDMI display or
any DVI displays
Trash Can (2013 Mac Pro)
Connect up to:
Three dual-cable 5K displays
Six Thunderbolt displays
Connections and Expansion
4 USB 3
6 Thunderbolt 2
Dual Gigabit Ethernet
HDMI 1.4 Ultra HD
The "6 Thunderbolt display" is misleading because there are internal
limkits once you plug in an HDMI display or any DVI displays with
adpators. (you need to have active adpator). So this machine is very
picky with displays.
Right now I have 2 old NEC DVI displays ( 1280 * 1024 so effective 2560
* 1024 on desktop) (DVI to DisplayPoprt active adaptor for each).
I am not looking for massive displays. This is to work, not play gamesd43c24dbfb677a3acc4aec0a79c29282191ada2120449ef1e86be71f02e1de2973c192e14f0f45b101577dfd656575411b341a8a2f069a8ff545356b639ce6d88b972eef87db07d1ac725a96978a4c79970124edd967255991b36a555dffdb86080087454ce791dacf70c48b2531644c
and I don't want super small letters since my eyesight not the same as
when I was 20.
Quick look reveals displasy tend to have USB-C or Thunderbolt 3
interfaces. Some have HDMI (which require an active adpator on that MAC
and limit of 2).
So can a simple Thunderbvorl 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adaptor allow new
displays to plug into a Thunderbolt 2/Display Port Mac?
The 3 to 2 (and 2 to 3) adaptor:
If this doesn't work, what would be my interface options in finding one
very wide or 2 normal displays to replace my two old ones? If I look
around, apart from USBC/Thunderbolt3 and HDMI, are there other
interfaces still available or are these the 2 left?
I ask prior to starting my shopping so I know what to look for.
Note that it says THUNDERBOLT DISPLAYS and not HDMI Displays or DVI
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