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Yes. In the future.
 
You can upgrade the graphics card in the Mac Mini by
 
using an external graphics card connected via ThunderBolt.
 
Apple may not wish to support such things themselves, but third
 
parties might make them work.
 
The graphics "card" would become a graphics module.
 
(Note - These modules do not yet exist.)
 
There would be no PCIe connector, since the bus connections would
 
all be between a couple of chips on the circuit board.
 
All you'd see is a ThunderBolt cable leading to what looks like a heat sink.
 
No power cable. Just great graphics.
 
They could optionally add an HDMI or DisplayPort connector if
 
you wanted it to drive an extra monitor.
 
swSteveSteve
swSteveSteve
 
Redwood City, CA

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open

Modifica di: strutiak ,

Testo:

Yes. In the future.
Yes. In the future.
 
You can upgrade the graphics card in the Mac Mini by
 
using an external graphics card connected via ThunderBolt.
 
Apple may not wish to support such things themselves, but third
 
parties might make them work.
 
The graphics "card" would become a graphics module.
(Note - These modules do not yet exist.)
 
There would be no PCIe connector, since the bus connections would
 
all be between a couple of chips on the circuit board.
 
All you'd see is a ThunderBolt cable leading to what looks like a heat sink.
 
No power cable. Just great graphics.
 
They could optionally add an HDMI or DisplayPort connector if
 
you wanted it to drive an extra monitor.
 
swSteve
 
Redwood City, CA

Stato:

open

Post originale di: strutiak ,

Testo:

Yes.

You can upgrade the graphics card in the Mac Mini by

using an external graphics card connected via ThunderBolt.

Apple may not wish to support such things themselves, but third

parties might make them work.

The graphics "card" would become a graphics module.

There would be no PCIe connector, since the bus connections would

all be between a couple of chips on the circuit board.

All you'd see is a ThunderBolt cable leading to what looks like a heat sink.

No power cable. Just great graphics.

They could optionally add an HDMI or DisplayPort connector if

you wanted it to drive an extra monitor.

swSteve

Redwood City, CA

Stato:

open