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GPU Upgrade for Early 2009 Mac Pro (Radeon RX560, RX580)

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Learn how to upgrade the GPU in an early 2009 Mac Pro with a new Radeon RX560 or RX580. Part 0 - Introduction ➜ https://youtu.be/lJF-rffIyq0 Part 1 - Bluetooth ➜ https://youtu.be/d9xPvreK8tg Part 2 - High Sierra ➜ https://youtu.be/ecWEhbtvXHk Part 3 - SATAIII SSD ➜ https://youtu.be/2gqkGPidI84 Part 4 - Graphics ➜ https://youtu.be/UoV4I-FlYdw Part 5 - Memory ➜ https://youtu.be/1XYNqfnu4UA Part 6 - CPU ➜ https://youtu.be/8cVhURcpi64 NEW Part 7 - macOS Mojave ➜ https://youtu.be/uKAJCuWtp4Y --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please be mindful of the graphics card power draw because the Mac Pro provides: • PCI Slot = 75 Watt • PCI AUX A = 75 Watt • PCI AUX B = 75 Watt Case A: Use the "mini 6pin to 6pin" for a total of 150 watts available ➜ https://ebay.to/2QWy27Z Case B: Use the "dual mini 6pin to 8pin" for a total of 225 watts ➜ https://ebay.to/2zN23QJ ### Case A - Low Power Cards ### • Sapphire Pulse RX560 (11267-20) = 75 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/496emt • MSI Aero RX560 (ITX OC) = 60 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/5V0VD3 ### Case B - High Power Cards ### • Sapphire Special Edition RX580 (11265-21) = 250 Watt* • Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 (11265-01) = 235 Watt* • Sapphire Pulse RX580 (11265-05) = 225 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/rX6mx • MSI Vega56 AirBoost (8G OC) = 210 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/hf7Wge *Always go to your card manufactures website, and use the exact model number (SKU) to identify the power draw. Because even if the card has the same chip, power draw can sometimes vary due to the card's memory, and or chip clock speed. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- One of the major benefits of the Mac Pro 4.1 and 5.1 is that you can easily replace the old graphics card with a new one. Personally, I did pick the RX560 because it only uses 75watts of power, and therefore keeps the system much cooler. For people who like to play games, the Radeon RX580 would be the better choice since it has about twice the performance of the RX560. But this also comes at a cost, the faster RX580 can sometimes cost $300 or more, while the RX560 is sometimes available for as low as $100. I also noticed that under macOS, using Steam, gaming performance seems to be lower than under Windows 10. But for most people who use a Mac Pro, gaming will probably not be the priority. If your goal is to have a halfway decent system for video editing, and occasional gaming, then the RX560 should work just fine. Maybe one day, if my budget allows for it, I will try the Sapphire RX580 or even the VEAG, but for now, the low-end card seems to be just fine. The only thing you may want to stay away from is the RX550, since it may not work, and also has a poorer price value ration compared to the RX560. All in all, I noticed a massive increase in responsiveness when using my system compared to the very old Nvidia stock graphics card. If you have an old Mac Pro, or if you are considering buying one on eBay, I would definitely recommend upgrading the graphics card as well. Of course, you could install newer Nvidia models as well, but since the Radeon RX series, seems to be supported by macOS High Sierra natively, it appears to be the easiest choice.
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Create Success TV (23 days ago)
Please be mindful of the graphics card power draw because the Mac Pro provides: • PCI Slot = 75 Watt • PCI AUX A = 75 Watt • PCI AUX B = 75 Watt Case A: Please use the "mini 6pin to 6pin" for a total of 150 watts available ➜ https://ebay.to/2QWy27Z Case B: Please use the "dual mini 6pin to 8pin" for a total of 225 watts ➜ https://ebay.to/2zN23QJ ### Case A - Low Power Cards ### • Sapphire Pulse RX560 (11267-20) = 75 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/496emt • MSI Aero RX560 (ITX OC) = 60 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/5V0VD3 ### Case B - High Power Cards ### • Sapphire Special Edition RX580 (11265-21) = 250 Watt* • Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 (11265-01) = 235 Watt* • Sapphire Pulse RX580 (11265-05) = 225 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/rX6mx • MSI Vega56 AirBoost (8G OC) = 210 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/hf7Wge *Always go to your card manufactures website, and use the exact model number (SKU) to identify the power draw. Because even if the card has the same chip, power draw can sometimes vary due to the card's memory, and or chip clock speed.
Did you have any problems changing from and NVIDIA card to AMD? Did the computer boot up without any additional "driver" or kext installation? contact (at) m i s t e r p h o t o n c0m If anyone knows please email me or look me up at www.misterphoton.com I am trying to install a new graphics card and this video looks helpful, Thanks, Nick
Create Success TV (17 days ago)
I just removed the old stock graphics card, NVIDIA GT120, and replaced it with a new Radeon RX560, works fine, no driver install needed, because Apple uses the Radeon RX560, RX570, and RX580 in their iMacs, so these chips are natively supported by the operating system. Just make sure to install macOS High Sierra before upgrading the GPU, also, in some cases, if people have installed the NVIDIA Web Driver, please uninstall it first. Once you have High Sierra, and the new GPU with Metal support installed, you should be able to switch to macOS Mojave, more here ➜ https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208898
Beshar AL Azzawi (24 days ago)
Great video series! 👍 Do you think that I can use one of the two mini 6pin to 6pin cables that come with the original HD 4870 that comes with Mac Pro 2009? Thanks 🙏
Create Success TV (23 days ago)
Please be mindful of the graphics card power draw because the Mac Pro provides: • PCI Slot = 75 Watt • PCI AUX A = 75 Watt • PCI AUX B = 75 Watt Case A: Please use the "mini 6pin to 6pin" for a total of 150 watts available ➜ https://ebay.to/2QWy27Z Case B: Please use the "dual mini 6pin to 8pin" for a total of 225 watts ➜ https://ebay.to/2zN23QJ ### Case A - Low Power Cards ### • Sapphire Pulse RX560 (11267-20) = 75 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/496emt • MSI Aero RX560 (ITX OC) = 60 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/5V0VD3 ### Case B - High Power Cards ### • Sapphire Special Edition RX580 (11265-21) = 250 Watt* • Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 (11265-01) = 235 Watt* • Sapphire Pulse RX580 (11265-05) = 225 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/rX6mx • MSI Vega56 AirBoost (8G OC) = 210 Watt ➜ http://geni.us/hf7Wge *Always go to your card manufactures website, and use the exact model number (SKU) to identify the power draw. Because even if the card has the same chip, power draw can sometimes vary due to the card's memory, and or chip clock speed.
Brian M (1 month ago)
I installed the RX580, the light on the graphics /logo don't light up on the card, is this normal?
Create Success TV (1 month ago)
+Brian M Maybe some models don’t have the graphics logo light? Or maybe the light is controlled by the driver? Then I would imagine it only works under Windows… in any case, as long as the card itself performs well… I would be happy… thanks for sharing your experience!
Brian M (1 month ago)
+Create Success TV Thanks for the great info. I checked and I am running the Sapphire Pulse RX580 (11265-05) <225 Watt, so I am good with the card. The cable is similarly to the you have listed. It is however a 18AWG not a 16 as you have listed. Perhaps the Sapphire Pulse RX580 just doesn't light up?
Create Success TV (1 month ago)
Great question, have you used a 6 Pin to 8 PIN PCIe power cable such as this? ➜ https://ebay.to/2zN23QJ Because the Radeon RX580 can draw substantially more power, please do not put in an RX580 that draws more than 225 watts, because: • PCI Slot = 75 Watt • PCI AUX A = 75 Watt • PCI AUX B = 75 Watt In the case of Sapphire, there are at least 11 different RX580 cards, and each can have different production runs. Take your graphics card packaging, and look for the manufacturer's number, I think it is called SKU and should look like this: • Sapphire Special Edition RX580 (11265-21) <250 Watt • Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 (11265-01) <235 Watt • Sapphire Pulse RX580 (11265-05) <225 Watt Special or limited edition cards often run at faster clock speeds, e.g. 1450 MHz vs. 1366 MHz, so please double check on the manufacturer's website ➜ http://www.sapphiretech.com/catapage_pd.asp?cataid=325&lang=eng Having said that, plenty of people seem to have used the Nitro+ cards, but a limited edition may be a bit too much, in any case, keep an eye on the power draw.
chricu23able (1 month ago)
Hi im install at rx580 4g on my mac 2009 can you tell me how I can make to this play de information of my graphy car on my mac web I check still appear the information of the old car the only different it the gigabyte information from tbis show 4gb
Sky The Ranger (1 month ago)
do you need high sierra for the replacement or is it optional
Create Success TV (1 month ago)
I have only tested the GPU upgrade with High Sierra and Mojave, older OS may not work.
Ricardo Gazeta (2 months ago)
Xfx RX 560 doesn’t work also!
BlackScorpion (13 days ago)
SO this card wont work on a Mac Pro 4,1 running High Sierra? XFX - AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Card
Steadyawake (2 months ago)
after upgrading the graphics card can you still go into recovery mode?
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
Because I have tested the RX560 with High Sierra, and then switched to Mojave, I cannot comment on older macOS versions. Excellent, it seems you did a lot of research and made a plan on how to upgrade your Mac Pro with the best hardware for your use case.
Steadyawake (2 months ago)
Yes, but I believe only if you have Mojave if I'm correct, I don't edit videos but I make music and have a lot of software and virtual instruments, and for music production a lot of software are usually not stable on newer osx operating systems and most of us stay on older osx for stability, high sierra is still buggy for me so I prefer staying on sierra for now. So for this reason getting a nvme would not be an optimal choice for me right now since I'm staying on sierra and want a ssd to boot as my main start up disk, unless I'm wrong and I can use nvme as a start up disk on sierra then I might consider the nvme, also I want a 2tb ssd, and the largest memory option for the SM951 AHCI is only 1tb, and that's if you could find this discontinued product used on ebay or wherever. So I think I'm going to go with my original decision and get the samsung 860 evo 2tb ($297.00) for my current setup plus I'm on a budget of $400 for a ssd...and for just 1tb of a SM951 AHCI is $599!! Since I don't edit video or play video games I wasn't considering getting a new gpu card but since mojave requires a gpu with metal support I will need to upgrade my gpu eventually because my music software cubase, pro tools, studio one, reaper, etc will come out with newer versions that require higher osx operating systems to function, so that's the only reason why I'm getting a new GPU also. Which leads me to my last question, if I install the RX560 gpu in my current osx sierra can I install high sierra when I using the RX560 in my mac pro or do I have to switch back to my stock gpu ATI Radeon HD 5770 for upgrading to high sierra? I appreciate your time and advice, because upgrading my cpu, ssd, memory ram , and now also the gpu on my mac pro on a budget has a lot variables to consider +Create Success TV
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
Sure, I agree, in the past people needed to use the old AHCI, but now according to macrumors.com, you can finally boot from NVMe, which is great news!➜ https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/mp5-1-bootrom-thread-140-0-0-0-0.2132317/page-59#post-26633287
Steadyawake (2 months ago)
Yes thank you for the heads up! I just read if I want a Nvme to boot on my mac I need a SM951 AHCI +Create Success TV
ddpmusicla (2 months ago)
Do you know if can work with out webdrivers with other OS like 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) and 10.11.6 (El Capitan)? Thanks for making this tutorial!
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
To use a Radeon RX560, RX570, RX580, or Vega56 you need High Sierra or Mojave! There are no ATI web drivers because macOS supports these cards natively.
Chad (2 months ago)
I am following your tutorial and making the same updates on my Mac Pro 2009. So far everything is going great. I ordered the RX 560 and got it in the mail today. Unfortunately the card does not have a PCIE plug in for extra power. Will the card still work in my mac?? It was the same model and everything you mentioned in the video. I am not sure why it did not come with the plugin for the cord????
Chad (2 months ago)
+Create Success TV I am just getting a completely blank screen when I install the card. Any idea how I can fix this?
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
Some cards don’t have the power connector because they consume less than 75 Watts. I always compare the model number on the manufacturers website because: • Sapphire (11267-00) = 90 Watt • Sapphire (11267-19) = 75 Watt • MSI Aero (ITX OC) = 60 Watt • Sapphire (11267-22) = 45 Watt Just go to the manufacturers website and compare the exact model number. While all these cards have the same chip, the Radeon RX560, manufacturers can still run them at different speeds, e.g. 1200MHz vs. 1300MHz, or with 2GB vs. 4GB of RAM, that is why a seemingly similar card can have a totally different power draw.
Aaron Wilson (2 months ago)
High Sierra crashed after Sapphire Pulse Radeon 560 RX won't reboot?? I installed my brand new Sapphire Pulse Radeon 560 RX 4GB video card in to my 2009 Mac Pro 5,1 firmware running High Sierra. It appeared to install ok. The Mac Pro booted and initially didn’t display the boot screen like i knew it wouldn’t. It displayed fine at the login screen, I logged in like normal, waited a couple minutes to let it all boot up. I then clicked the apple icon and clicked “about this mac” to reveal that it saw the graphics card fine. I then proceeded to download geekbench as to try to test it out with the new video card? In the middle of downloading GeekBench, my system froze, a complete lock up. I pressed the power button in for 10 seconds. rebooted, it wouldn’t even boot up just black screen. I then removed the new card, and put the original card back in to the pci slot. Rebooted to another black screen and no boot. Any ideas to what is going on at this point?
Create Success TV (8 days ago)
The only thing I am wondering, did he actually connect the "mini 6pin to 6pin" just like I did in the video. While the RX560 doesn't need a lot of power, I am still curious if it may have been a power cable issue.
Did you ever get this figured out? I wasn't go to do this exact upgrade. Thanks!
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
I tested High Sierra and then upgraded to Mojave, using the Radeon RX560 for several months now, and it works flawlessly. Plenty of other people have upgraded as well, with the same positive results. Even Apple recommends using cards such as this ➜ https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208898
erdem ylmaz (2 months ago)
18awg thinner cable than 16awg. recommended 16awg cable, welcome to new horror stories next months if you run full speed.
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
I am using 18AWG because it should handle (12 volts) x 7 amperes = 84 watts just fine. To my knowledge, both PCI AUX A and B, as well as the PCI slots provide 75 watts each. If you want to use a graphics card that needs lots of power, e.g. 225 watts, I recommend reading some of the forum posts first ➜ https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/mac-pro-4-1-and-5-1-pcie-aux-power.2035519/page-3
Brooke Morgan (2 months ago)
keepem coming! these videos are all you need to know!
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
Yes I agree, made quite a few videos about the old Mac Pro, would love to do a fan replacement tutorial next, but supposedly Apple uses non-PWM fans.
dsarrafi (2 months ago)
Excellent video. I thought this card didn't need a power cable. But you are showing one in the video. Do I need to order one?
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
Yes, it is a little cumbersome, because you need to upgrade the Firmware (EFI) twice. First High Sierra (MP51.0089.B00) then Mojave (138.0.0.0.0), I made an extra video for Mojave ➜ https://youtu.be/uKAJCuWtp4Y Did the same thing, was totally worth it, because of faster PCIe speed and updated CPU microcodes!
dsarrafi (2 months ago)
+Create Success TV I got the card to work! I had not upgraded my BIOS (Boot ROM) properly. Once I did that I could install High Sierra which recognizes the card now! Next is Mojjave!
dsarrafi (2 months ago)
+Create Success TV I installed a Sapphire RX 560 4G in my Mid 2010 5,1 (Yosemite) system. It didn't even boot! When I try to upgrade to High Sierra it says that a firmware upgrade is required. I think I upgraded the firmware by holding down the power key at boot time till the LED flashed and a long tone was heard. What do I need to do to upgrade my system to Mojave?
dsarrafi (2 months ago)
Thank you for the response! I already ordered Sapphire RX560 from Amazon and a cable just in case! We'll see what I get!
Create Success TV (2 months ago)
It depends on the specific graphics card model because the manufacturer can run the same chip at different speeds. For example, one RX560 card may run at 1200MHz and have only 2GB of memory, while another may run at 1300MHz and have 4GB of memory. For example: • Sapphire (11267-00) = 90 Watt • Sapphire (11267-19) = 75 Watt • MSI Aero (ITX OC) = 60 Watt • Sapphire (11267-22) = 45 Watt Usually, the manufacturers list on their website if you need a separate 6-pin AUX Power Connector.
Fader Studio (3 months ago)
Hi, does the Radeon RX560 work right away with Mac Pro (my 4.1 upgraded to 5.1), or does it flash from a PC ? Apple Monitor Cinema Display aluminium 20" or 23" (DVI) work or not? I also have an old 20 Cinema Display monitor (Apple ADC + DVI adapter) ... does it work or not ? Thanks for your video :-)
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I recommend running macOS High Sierra before installing a new graphics card. My Sapphire RX560 was plug and play, very easy, works great so far! However, I have not tested the old Apple Cinema Displays, because I am using an Eizo Monitor ➜ https://youtu.be/0IMcNAwQwPM
Mansoor Mughal (3 months ago)
i need a favor , can you check Video File playback for 4K files i have installed a RX470 ( which was on on my PC) the card is running fine but the 4K files ( Sony XAVC codec) are not running smoothly , can you please try them if you dont have the files i can send you a sample files
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I noticed however that iMove utilizes only a fraction of my memory, I rarely see it exceed 25%, my impression is that most of the video data is read from the HDD or SSD, and then pushed into the GPU memory, which in my case is only 2GB for the RX560. Since Sony XAVC creates big files, my impression is that having a lot of memory in your graphics card certainly helps. Honestly, next, I want to try the MSI RADEON Vega 56 Air Boost, should be much faster and has 8GB of RAM. If you have a 4K file, of course, I can test it, would be my pleasure!
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
My system specs are, Sapphire Radeon RX560, 24GB of DDR3 memory, 1TB Samsung 860EVO and the OWC Accelsior S, as well as the Intel Xeon X5675 CPU. Actually, I am still using iMovie to edit, probably should switch to Final Cut Pro X, but so far everything works smooth.
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I have edited some 4K footage last month, the video was shot with the Sony Alpha 6300 ➜ https://youtu.be/Z0rBK386eTA Granted, it put more load on the system, mostly the CPU, but other than that it worked fine. The test footage was shot in XAVC 60Mbit/s, the only thing I noticed is the encoding took longer, but that is to be expected since it is 4K, normally I do 1080p and 10 minutes of video takes 10 minutes to export.
Avenida Garcia (3 months ago)
I saw the list that apple posted online for the compatible cards. Which ones are the ones that can work with boot screen? Having this is a must for me. Great video!!! thank you for doing it.
Avenida Garcia (2 months ago)
thanks for the reply, are these hard to flash? could you direct me to a good source to get more info?
Christian Galloway (2 months ago)
Couple things you can do. Get a GTX 680 and flash it yourself if you are able. Other wise they are all over eBay. You can also get a Flashed GTX 780 770 680. Those should all use the same native macOS driver and shouldn't need Nvidia Web Driver, but can use it when it's released if desired. There are a few AMD cards that can be flashed as well to show the boot screen. Not worry about a boot screen, or want the most power i'd do the RX 580. For your answer though, I believe the cheapest/ best supported card is the GTX 680, but that's just my opinion because I could flash it myself.
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
Personally, I only run macOS, no Windows, therefore not having the boot screen is a non-issue for me. Dual boot, e.g. macOS and Windows, maybe challenging anyways because since High Sierra Apple has introduced a new file system call APFS, and from what I know it does not work well with boot camp.
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
The boot screen only works if the card has the special Apple BIOS. Aftermarket cards such as the "SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7950 Mac Edition” should work, the keyword here is Mac Edition, and because these cards have the special Apple BIOS, they will show the boot screen. However, these cards are generally older, harder to get and carry a hefty price tag.
Pamela Meier (3 months ago)
Does Mojave work with this card?
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I would encourage people to check the card manufacturers website before buying since they list the power draw. Also note that RX560 cards, even if they are from the same manufacturer, can have different power consumption. Try to be aware of the model number, here an example, look under specifications: ➜ http://www.sapphiretech.com/productdetial.asp?pid=3ECEAD87-2972-477A-A3BE-480194D9FD6E&lang=eng One card may draw 90 watts, while another draws 75 watts, however, both are RX560!
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
The RX560 cards usually don’t draw that much power, when exporting video in iMovie I measured about 50% load and around 30 watts, when playing a game it was around 60 to 72 watts. More powerful cards such as the RX580 will draw considerably more! Maybe try "Macs Fan Control” to monitor and control the temperature. ➜ https://www.crystalidea.com/macs-fan-control
Larry TeSelle (3 months ago)
I did have a heating problem when I put the back back on —-watch the heat!
Pamela Meier (3 months ago)
Thanks again. The dvi and display port work fine, the HDMI didn´t, but I ootherwise everything is just great. I have a HD monitor and 4K running at the same time. The 4K at 60 Hz which is cool.
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I am glad to hear that. Actually, back in the day, I used to work at a computer store, and customers always would be happy if you helped them fix or upgrade something. So in that spirit, all the best!
Messiah38 (3 months ago)
one thing I hate about the Radeon 560,570,580, you cant run Apple Cinema Display. I use the Radeon 280x (mini Display) in my Mac Pro
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
I would have imagined you can connect at least one Cinema Display via DVI, because according to the Sapphire website you get the following graphics outputs: • 5120×2880 (60Hz) Pixel DisplayPort Resolution • 2560x1600 (60Hz) Pixel Dual Link DVI Resolution • 4096×2160 (60 Hz) HDMI Resolution
Luke Schneider (4 months ago)
Good video.. Thanks!
Create Success TV (3 months ago)
It seems some people even have put in a Vega 56, which apparently is plug-and-play too! Spend some time reading in the forums yesterday. ➜ https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/amd-radeon-rx-vega-plug-and-play-in-10-13.2065419/
Corky MacCulkin (4 months ago)
Hello, is it possible to run two 30" Apple Cinema Display on that card?
Create Success TV (4 months ago)
Yes, I have successfully connected two monitors, Eizo FlexScan, to this graphics card, one via HDMI, and the other one via DVI. However the 30" Apple cinema display has a WQXGA resolution of 2560x1600, personally, I haven't used anything higher than full HD 1080p, with this card yet. According to the Sapphire website, the card should support the following: • 5120×2880 (60Hz) Pixel DisplayPort Resolution • 2560x1600 (60Hz) Pixel Dual Link DVI Resolution • 4096×2160 (60 Hz) HDMI Resolution My guess is one display should work fine, as long as you use a dual-link DVI cable. The 30" cinema displays only have a DVI input, right? For the second display, while there are HDMI to DVI adapter cables, I am not sure if they are dual link. My understanding is you need dual-link to use the WQXGA resolution. On the one hand, it should work since modern graphics cards are more powerful, on the other hand, there may be issues because the displays are older and only seem to support DVI. It is a good question, but for me hard to answer!
Josh Boak (4 months ago)
You got a ton of nomenclature completely wrong.. but I knew what you meant, so very helpful!
stanley smith (1 month ago)
Josh Boak @ Thanks , that is what I meant. Thanks for getting back.
Josh Boak (1 month ago)
stanley smith Intel doesn’t make discrete GPUs, do you mean Nvidia? If so, yes. The 1050 is roughly comparable
Paulo Parreira (1 month ago)
I end up buying an Nvidia Gtx 660 ti for 70€.
stanley smith (1 month ago)
Do they make an intel GPU that will run as good as this Radeon 560 card ?
Paulo Parreira (2 months ago)
+Create Success TV I'm Portuguese and i understand you very well. I got to your videos because i got a "new" Mac Pro 5.1 that came with Radeon 5770 and i'm looking for a "new" GPU up to 130/150€. As it is for a pro foto editing i have to be secure about stability and not fussing around with settings. Good job with videos.

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