“I tried to see what I could get away with with as little tweaking as possible,” Casella writes, “knowing that I could be completely wasting my time using the enclosure beyond the supported features outlined in Apple’s release notes.”
“Can you change the GPU to a more powerful one?” Casella writes. “Not yet.”
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MacDailyNews Note: 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. More info here.