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Do NVIDIA RTX cards work with a Mac Pro?

Hello, I am wanting to buy a Mac Pro 5,1 to upgrade it to the max, and I am going to get a new Graphics Card for it. I am wondering if it would work with an RTX card, and if that would be compatible. The best GPU I have seen in one of these was an RX 580, but I was just wondering if an RTX 2060 would work or maybe a 3050 or something.

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There’s two answers to this …yes and no

While some old Nvidia cards are compatible with native macOS drivers(GT120,GTX680,Quadro k4000)

I have head of people doing a 780 but I cannot confirm this will work easily

These cards can be used in MacOS Mojave (excluding the gt120)

Some newer cards like the GTX980 can be used on High Sierra with Nvidia’s Mac drivers

But that’s sorta where it ends

If you use boot camp and go to windows you can use whatever Nvidia card you want (within what the board can supply without a PSU mod

My Recommendation would be to use a good AMD card like the RX570 or 580 as they have native Mac drivers and perform very nicely without making your power bill go through the roof:-)

Hopefully this helps

Any questions please ask


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