For impressive graphics processing power, the ATI Radeon HD 5770 with 1GB of GDDR5 memory is a great choice for visual creative, scientific, and technical applications.
ATI Radeon HD 5770 includes three video ports: two Mini DisplayPorts and one dual-link DVI port. This allows you to connect the 24-inch Apple LED Cinema Display plus another Mini DisplayPort-based display, and a DVI-based display such as the 30-inch Apple Cinema HD Display. Display adapters are available to connect VGA displays.
- Connections : Mini DisplayPort,Dual-Link DVI
- Mac OS X v.10.6.4 or later
- Requires PCI Express 2.0 slot
- Mfr. Part Number : MC742ZM/A
- UPC or EAN No. : 885909430956
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Asked by Leon L from Beverly Hills
- Aug 9, 2010
Yes, the ATI HD 5770 does work in the Early 2008 model Mac Pro as I have done exactly that.
- Answered by James J
- Sep 26, 2010
Is the ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024 MB approved for Final Cut X? I'm running on a Mac Pro (Mid 2010). 2.8 Ghz Quad-Core Intel Xeon w/ 6 GB 1066 MHz DDR
- Asked by Brian R from San Jose
- May 20, 2013
No answers yet
Will this work in a Mac Pro 1,1 ? I know it doesn't mention on the compatibility, but Apple is known for underselling graphics cards
- Asked by Filipe R from Folsom
- Aug 9, 2010
It Works. I just installed one on my 2006 1.1 Mac pro. BUT: I connected each of my two 22" monito rs to the mini-display ports using adapters to DVI cables, which works perfectly. Then, when I connected my HD TV to the DVI port, it won't work. I read something about it being overridden by the MiniDisplay Ports. Not sure why this happens, but Apple, if your listening, a software fix for this would be greatly appreciated! I want to use it to run my Netflix on the big 42"... …
- Answered by Kort J from Redwood City
- Sep 11, 2010
I have a 2008 Mac Pro 3,1 Tower with the ATI Radeon HD 5770 Graphics Upgrade Kit for M ac Pro. Currently I'm running two full HD monitors off this one card and have not had a problem.
I don't have an iMac so I can't test it out for you, but from what I've gleaned from the net, it should not be a problem.
Do a Google search for "Target Display Mode". Find the link for an article on this subject by Tom Nelson.
Indications are that all is needed for your iMac to work in Target Display Mode is a video signal at your Thunderbolt port or DisplayPort, or you can select Target Display Mode manually by using Command F2.
The ATI Radeon HD 5770 card is equipped with 2 DisplayPorts and 1 DVI port.
All you need is the proper cable. Apple now sell a shorter 50cm version.
Regardless, the ATI Radeon HD 5770 Graphics Upgrade Kit is a good buy and is compatible with all the latest and greatest software.
- Answered by Grant S from Bexley
- Mar 8, 2013
Will this work in a Mac Book Air (recently bought)? If not, is there any graphic device for a macbook air?
- Asked by Julio Andrés G
- Feb 21, 2013
This card its dang bigger than your macbook Air, it only fits in workstations
- Answered by Aldo G from Guadalajara
- Mar 1, 2013