Apple has announced the launch of a new External Graphics Development Kit and macOS High Sierra brings support for external graphics to the Mac.
The new External Graphics Development Kit comes with an AMD Radeon RX 850 8GB graphics card and it will retail for $599.
macOS High Sierra brings support for external graphics processors to the Mac for the first time. The External Graphics Development Kit enables you to develop and test demanding graphics-intensive apps, including VR content creation, on any Mac with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.
Apps that use Metal, OpenCL, and OpenGL can now take advantage of the increased performance that external graphics processors can bring. The External Graphics Development Kit includes everything you need to start optimizing advanced VR and 3D apps on external graphics processors with macOS High Sierra.*
You can find out more details about the new External Graphics Development Kit over at Apple at the link below.
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