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Echo Express III-D
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IDArticle TitlePost Date
603 Which HDMI adapter should I use to connect an HDMI monitor to an Echo Express Thunderbolt PCIe Expansion Chassis' Thunderbolt port?Mar-19-15
For video up to and including 1080p (1920x1080), Sonnet recommends either the "Moshi Mini DP to HDMI Adapter with Audio Support" or the "Griffin Mini DisplayPort to HDMI with Audio + DVI". Many other adapters are poorly designed and have issues with proper color space.

For video up to and including 4k (3840x2160) which is supported by Thunderbolt 2, Sonnet recommends the Accell B086B-005B-2 Ultra Display Port 1.1 to HDMI 1.4 Adapter.
 
785 What cables are compatible with the Sonnet Thunderbolt lock for Echo Express, xMac mini Server, and xMac Pro Server products?Aug-15-14
835 Echo Express III-D Video Quick Start Guide Jul-20-15
889 How do I connect Thunderbolt 3 computers to Sonnet Echo Express Expansion Chassis? What performance increase can I expect?Nov-24-17
921 Can I put a GPU card in the Echo Express III?Oct-05-17
The Echo Express III Chassis is not certified for use with GPU cards. Nevertheless, several customers have reported success using the NVIDIA QUADRO P4000 in the Echo Express III-D and III-R. For more information about using GPU card with macOS and Windows, see Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box product page and support notes.
 
939 What power cable do I need for the Avid HDX card for the Echo Express III-D, III-R, or xMac Pro Server?Feb-16-18
The 3-card cable for the Mac Pro that Avid includes with HDX card also works in the Sonnet's Echo Express III-D, III-R and xMac Pro Server. Just replace the cable that is inside the chassis with the Avid cable. If you need a replacement cable, Sonnet has made a power cable for a single Avid HDX card that is compatible with these chassis. The part number is TCB-HDXB and is available from Sonnet or Sonnet-authorized resellers. (Note that the Sonnet cable supports only one HDX card.) If you need to power two or three HDX cards, you need the Avid replacement cable: ASY.CBL.POWER.MACPRO XD_CORE.TRIPLE REV.A, Part Number: 9180-60004-00.
 
1066 Matrox Cards do not support Windows 10 Fast Startup option.Sep-09-19
 






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