|ID||Article Title||Post Date|
||Can I upgrade the power supply in the Sonnet eGFx Breakaway Box or Breakaway Box 550?||Sep-20-19|
||Does an eGPU accelerate Adobe After Effects?||Jun-21-21|
||Does the Breakaway Box support the AMD Radeon Vega 64, FE, WX8200 or WX9100, Radeon VII, or Radeon 5700 or 5700 XT?||Jan-12-20|
||The GPU-350W-TB3 and GPU-350W-TB3Z both have 350W power supplies, but only GPU-350W-TB3Z supports some higher end cards. Why?||Oct-21-19|
|Both SKUs have 350W power supplies, but they allocate the power differently:|
The GPU-350W-TB3Z box has one 8-pin plus one 6-pin power connector. 300W is available to the GPU card and 15W Power Distribution to a laptop.
The GPU-350W-TB3 box is available only as the Developer Edition and has one 8-pin power connector, which is adequate to support the included Radeon RX 580 card. 225W is available to the GPU card and 60W Power Distribution to a laptop.
The numbers don't add to exactly 350W because power is allocated in discrete steps and some power margin is required for transients.
Note that some Thunderbolt 3 PC laptops with dedicated power connectors do not accept power distribution. To check whether your Thunderbolt 3 PC laptop accepts power distribution, check here. Upstream power continues to be provided even when the computer is sleeping.
Every Thunderbolt 3 Macbook Pro will accept Power Distribution, up to 60W for the 13", and up to 85W for the 15"
||My Breakaway Box won't turn on.||Jan-06-21|
||I have a Windows computer with a discrete (internal) NVIDIA Quadro dGPU, and the external NViDIA GeForce or Titan eGPU is not recognized.||Jun-21-21|
||Can I use a Sonnet eGPU with Boot Camp?||Jun-21-21|
||What kind of performance can I expect from the NVIDIA Titan Xp (Pascal) with the eGFX Breakaway Box?||Nov-06-17|
||How can I use the Sonnet eGPUs to accelerate games on the MacBook Pro or iMac internal video?||Jun-21-21|
|Internal video acceleration for games is supported only under macOS 10.14+.|
If you are using macOS 10.14.6+, you can accelerate applications and games with the eGPU if they support GPU acceleration...
Select the app in Finder
Select Prefer External GPU
To get the maximum game acceleration, connect a game display to external graphics.
||What power cable do I need for the Avid HDX card?||Jun-21-21|
||How do I use the Breakaway Box or RX 560/570 Puck with the LG Ultrafine 5K Display sold on the Apple store?||Jan-06-21|
||Sonnet's macOS-compatible external graphics supports up to 5 displays. How can I tile them into one large display?||Jan-06-21|
||What is the maximum size GPU card that will fit in a Breakaway Box?||Jan-06-21|
||Which NVIDIA cards are supported as external GPUs.||Oct-21-19|
||I need to ship the Breakaway Box. Do I need to remove the card?||Jan-06-21|
||How do I get external graphics working on a Gigabyte motherboard?||Feb-03-23|
||My display is not being detected on macOS.||Jun-21-21|
||My 4K display is connecting only at 30Hz. Why I can't set it to 60Hz?||Jun-21-21|
||How to Solve the DP No Video / Wrong Resolution Issue with the Dell P2715Q / P2415Q Flat Panel Monitors||Jun-21-21|
||Will a Sonnet eGPU accelerate internal video on a Mac?||Jun-21-21|
||Does Final Cut Pro use the external GPU in a Breakaway Box, or Breakaway Puck, or DuoModo eGPU Module?||Jun-21-21|
||Does the Breakaway Box or RX 560/570 Puck support the LG UltraFine 4k Display sold by Apple?||Jan-06-21|
||I purchased a Breakaway Box bundled with a Radeon GPU card and now I need warranty service on the GPU card.||Sep-20-19|
||I'm connecting from a DVI (or sometimes DP) port on my GPU Card--via an adapter cable--to an HDMI port on my monitor and the display looks magenta.||Jun-21-21|
||How do I extend the length of a DisplayPort cable?||Jun-21-21|
||I connected my monitor to the Breakaway Box, Breakaway Puck, or DuoModo eGPU Module on my 2018 or newer Mac mini, but it boots with a black screen.||Jun-21-21|
||I'm trying to use four HDMI monitors by adding DP-to-HDMI adapters, but it doesn't work.||Jun-21-21|
||I'm trying to use an additional HDMI monitor by adding a DP-to-HDMI adapter, but it doesn't work.||Jun-21-21|
|That is likely because you are using a passive DP to HDMI adapter. Use an active DP-to-HDMI adapter, which generates the clock needed for HDMI, and it will work.|
||Do not disconnect or power off you eGPU during sleep or your Mac will crash.||Apr-20-21|
||I upgraded to macOS 12.4 and my Vega 56 is no longer seen by macOS.||Nov-25-22|
||My computer will randomly freeze||Feb-25-23|