AMD ATI Radeon HD 5630 Driver
This AMD Catalyst™ driver features support for the AMD Radeon™ HD Series. Actually it AMD68E = "ATI Mobility Radeon HD Series" AMD94C = "ATI . AMD68DA.3 = "ATI Radeon HD " AMD68D ATI Radeon HD Device ID 0x68D8. ATI Radeon HD AMD Radeon HD Device ID 0x (not working yet) This development. Apple's shift to AMD Radeon graphics cards in the latest MacBook Pros has borne unexpected ATI Radeon HD Device ID 0x68D8.
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AMD ATI Radeon HD 5630 Driver
One could hope the new iMacs have a true desktop class video card in them, I have the original i7 iMac and it's an awesome computer; however a true desktop class video card in the revision would have me placing an order asap. Reply 2 of While the device IDs may be present, that doesn't mean that the card will actually function.
I've been following this "development" since it was first discovered in the MacBook Pro drivers. Don't go out and buy that shiny just yet. Reply 3 of Reply 4 of March 24, Back to my Mac The number of typos getting through recently hasn't been good.
Reply 5 of The new support for "commodity" graphics cards is obviously to support the new macpro. The large form desktop will come with multiple thunderbolt connections, freeing up expansion slots for a small farm of graphics cards.
They will dress it up pretty so that it is ascetically hip, drop an i in front of the product name, and charge double what an identical PC component would cost. I've got a in a computer that I built out of other hackintosh-friendly parts.
Quick question: One of my pet peeves with Apple is that the drivers do not keep up with updates to OpenGL, even though the cards are perfectly capable. If they are adding support for "off-the-shelf" cards, I'm hoping this means support for vendor "off-the-shelf" drivers as well, which keep pace with OpenGL updates.
- HD Graphics vs Radeon HD - Technical City
- Has new AMD video card support, perhaps for new iMacs - 9to5Mac
- Mac OS X may natively support “PC” Radeon graphics cards Ars Technica
- ATI (DNA-AMD GFX) ATI Radeon HD 5630 video cards drivers
- Version: 13.4 / 12.104.0.0000
- AMD Catalyst 13.1 (9.012.0 December 19) AMD Official WHQL
Wow a computer that can use normal computer parts Apple is really onto something here! Yes; afaik Thunderbolt is just an external extension of the PCIe bus.
AMD ATI Radeon HD 5630 cards would likely need external power just like current video cards, but it could really be a game changer for mobile graphics if someone can figure it out. Is it extra supported? Most potential xMac buyers who aren't already Mac Pro owners would be people who are both price sensitive and technical enough to build a Hackintosh, which is a combination Apple just isn't interested in.
Given the context of the site, a way to look this stuff up on OS X might help. Posted May 31, Modello Chipset: GPU Bus: ATI 0x ID dispositivo: HP w Spento Online: Supportata Mostra connettore: Nessun monitor collegato.
Posted June 1, Good Idea! Posted June 2, Add to the list Chipset Model: Ghosty Senior Member Posts: