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Benhur

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  1. would have many problems, using macbook pro retina mid 2014 with expansion chassi Akitio and GPU? whats GPU is indicate render 4K Video? settings with mac AMD or Nvidia? there is more performance with thunderbolt 2
  2. and video card GTX don't have the 100% performance, it is in chassi via thunderbolt 2 (maximum 20Gbs) the GTX is 3.0 connection. am I right or wrong?
  3. Hi I work with color Davinci Resolve, transfer, and video 4k, 5k.... I looking for Akitio chassi, and video card, you would have a suggestion what PCi more cheap and with good performance? my macbook pro retina mid 2014, 2.8GHz, GT 750M, OS X 10.9.5. I see various GPUs requiring drivers, and a Apple don't allows.
  4. hi i am new to the forum, and starting to learn more about hardware Hi I have a Macbook Pro retina 15 ". 2.8GHz, 500GB ssd hd, 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 memory, I work with cinema. Using to transfers and video viewing, 2k, 4k, 5k, 6k .... I would learn how to improve my performance with Retina possible accessories? already thought of Chassis Expasion with a video card NVidia, but still lags behind because of the processor, I would like to suggestions on how to improve my tool. which Nvidia Quadro video cards work well, other than the K5000, how to have more performance to make transfers while video viewing, according to the need of my work. use hard drives in RAID, and just get behind the lack of potency of Macbook Pro. any suggestions of possible accessories to enhance it? do has anyone ever thought about changing the processor, memory, anything that enhances a retina? sorry my English is bad.
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