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Superfly
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:05 am    Post subject: dvi-hdmi connecting or thunderbolt connecting ? Reply with quote

Hello,
I will bought a mx02 max. Currently, I use a mac pro 2007, in the next months I will bought a macpro 2013.
could I buy the dvi (hdmi?) version and later buy the thunderbolt adaptator ?
Are both connecting equals on max technology ?
Than to answer
Bruno (France)
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Bruno,

The MXO2 line of products can connect to computer systems using the following methods:

1. PCI-e adapter (PC and MAC desktop systems with available PCI-e slot)
2. Express/34 adapter (PC and MAC portable systems with available express/34 slot)
3. Thunderbolt adapter (MAC only)

Therefore, if your current MAC Pro system (2007) has an available PCI-e slot, then you can purchase the MXO2 Mini with the PCI-e adapter. You can also purchase a Matrox Thunderbolt adapter to support your future MAC Pro (2013) purchase since these do not have PCI-e slots.

For MAX technology, just purchase the MXO2 Mini with MAX. This technology is not dependant on the connection type.
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