|ID||Article Title||Post Date|
||Can I upgrade the power supply in the Sonnet eGFx Breakaway Box?||May-29-18|
||Does the Breakaway Box support the AMD Radeon Vega 64, FE, or WX9100?||Apr-03-18|
||The GPU-350W-TB3 and GPU-350W-TB3Z both have 350W power supplies, but only GPU-350W-TB3Z supports high end cards such as NVIDIA Titan Xp. Why?||Jan-09-18|
||My eGFX Breakaway Box won't turn on.||Aug-26-17|
||I have a Windows computer with an internal discrete NVIDIA dGPU and the external NViDIA eGPU is not recogized.||Dec-03-17|
||What kind of performance can I expect from the NVIDIA Titan Xp (Pascal) with the eGFX Breakaway Box?||Nov-06-17|
||Can I use a Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box with Boot Camp?||Dec-05-17|
||How can I use the Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box to accelerate games on the MacBook Pro or iMac internal video?||Apr-02-18|
||What power cable do I need for the Avid HDX card?||Nov-06-17|
||How do I use the Breakaway Box or Puck with the LG Ultrafine 5K Display sold on the Apple store?||Apr-02-18|
||Sonnet's macOS-compatible external graphics supports up to 5 displays. How can I tile them into one large display?||Jan-22-18|
||What is the maximum size GPU card that will fit in a Breakaway Box?||Apr-02-18|
||Which NVIDIA cards are supported as external GPUs.||Jan-26-18|
||I need to ship the Breakaway Box. Do I need to remove the card?||Feb-12-18|
||How do I get external graphics working on a Gigabyte motherboard?||Feb-15-18|
||My display is not being detected on macOS.||Mar-21-18|
||My 4K display is connecting only at 30Hz. Why I can't set it to 60Hz?||Mar-15-18|
|Your display may not support 60Hz. Your display might require a firmware update to support 60Hz operation. Contact the maker of your display for details.|
Many early 4K displays use Multi-Stream Transport (MST) to achieve 4k @ 60Hz. Follow these steps to use the display's built-in controls to enable this feature:
Sharp PN-K321: Choose Menu > Setup > DisplayPort STREAM > MST > SET
ASUS PQ321Q: Choose OSD menu > Setup > DisplayPort Stream
Dell UP2414Q and UP3214Q: Choose Menu > Display Setting > DisplayPort 1.2 > Enable
Panasonic TC-L65WT600: Choose Menu > Display Port Settings > Stream Setting > Auto
Other DisplayPort displays: check with the display manufacturer for compatibility information.
Make sure the HDMI cable you are using is a Premium High-Speed HDMI Cable certified by HDMI.org.
If you are trying to connect at 4k@60Hz via HDMI 2.0, you may have to set the color depth to 8-bit at 4:4:4, 10-bit at 4:2:2, or 12-bit at 4:2:0, or you may exceed the HDMI 2.0 bandwidth. A few 4K TVs (2017 Element Fire TV and 2017 LeEco Super 4, for example) don't support 4K@60Hz@4:4:4 at all.
For connecting to a 4K TV, you may need make a custom color resolution. Set resolution to 3840x2160 at 60Hz and set Timing standard to CVT-RB (reduced blanking). Some TVs require you to turn on "UHD Color" or "Advanced" or "Enhanced" setting manually in the picture settings for the HDMI port.