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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Dan ,

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There’s a lot of low level changes in Mojave, more than just the graphic services. For now I think we really need to wait until the gold release comes out to figure out what is workable and what is not.
 
As for Metal support within the GPU ashas a lot to do with it running effectively given the added load of the newer Metal2 code.
As for Metal support within the GPU ashas a lot to do with it running effectively given the added load of the newer Metal2 code.
 
There is also the fact Apple does not want to test every system so they often draw a line based on the age of the system and/or what they need to protect from people jumping ship. As an example the older MacPro’s 2012 are still on the supported list with the newer GPU cards.
 
As for burning your MXM card with the Apple firmware I would hold off on that for now you may encounter issues.
 
Frankly, I would recommend you get a 2011 27” iMac and work things out from there. It too won’t support Mojave but they can be gotten used for quite little if you look. I would get a i7 if you can and then look at upgrading its hardware to run Mojave.

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Düzenleyen: Dan ,

Metin:

There’s a lot of low level changes in Mojave, more than just the graphic services. For now I think we really need to wait until the gold release comes out to figure out what is workable and what is not.
 
As for Metal support within the GPU as a lot to do with it running effectively given the added load of the newer Metal2 code.
 
There is also the fact Apple does not want to test every system so they often draw a line based on the age of the system and/or what they need to protect from people jumping ship. As an example the older MacPro’s 2012 are still on the supported list with the newer GPU cards.
 
As for burning your MXM card with the Apple firmware I would hold off on that for now you may encounter issues.
 
Frankly, I would recommend you get a 2011 27” iMac and work things out from there. It too won’t support Mojave but they can be gotten used for quite little itif you look. I would get a i7 if you can and then look at upgrading its hardware to run Mojave.
Frankly, I would recommend you get a 2011 27” iMac and work things out from there. It too won’t support Mojave but they can be gotten used for quite little itif you look. I would get a i7 if you can and then look at upgrading its hardware to run Mojave.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dan ,

Metin:

There’s a lot of low level changes in Mojave, more than just the graphic services. For now I think we really need to wait until the gold release comes out to figure out what is workable and what is not.

As for Metal support within the GPU as a lot to do with it running effectively given the added load of the newer Metal2 code.

There is also the fact Apple does not want to test every system so they often draw a line based on the age of the system and/or what they need to protect from people jumping ship. As an example the older MacPro’s 2012 are still on the supported list with the newer GPU cards.

As for burning your MXM card with the Apple firmware I would hold off on that for now you may encounter issues.

Frankly, I would recommend you get a 2011 27” iMac and work things out from there. It too won’t support Mojave but they can be gotten used for quite little it you look. I would get a i7 if you can and then look at upgrading its hardware to run Mojave.

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