Headless Mac Video Accelerator
Don't settle for poor interface performance on your headless Mac.
Take back the full power of your GPU today.
Never settle for a choppy interface.
Mac mini and Mac Pro are both amazing machines, packing phenomenal power. They're fantastic when used as headless units for high-power, whisper-quiet home or professional servers. But even with the these outstanding capabilities, when either Mac is operated without a display attached, the GPU isn't activated, meaning it's not pulling its weight. So when you access your Mac remotely, the CPU does all the work rendering the user interface. The interface lags; OS X animation, cursor movement, menu navigation, and typing all suffer, making remote operations a pain.
Plug in. Restore Performance. Easy.
Now there's an easy NewerTech fix to make your remote experience smooth again. The Headless Mac Video Accelerator makes your headless Mac think it has an attached display. This loads the headless Mac's video drivers, activating its GPU and taking full advantage of its power, so your remote interface works perfectly – exactly how you'd expect. Plug in a Headless Mac Video Accelerator and get back to working smoothly on your headless Mac.
This handy third-party app allows you to quickly and easily check for available resolutions, refresh rates, or retina capability on any of your internal or externally connected displays and projectors. Adjust your machine to match the remote display resolution or switch between aspect ratios or turn on mirroring with a single click. Display Menu makes it that easy. http://displaymenu.milchimgemuesefach.de
A UPC (Universal Product Code) or EAN (International Article Number) is a unique code used to identify a product.
Ο πρώτος όρος περιγράφει τη μορφή της θύρας εισόδου του σήματος και ο δεύτερος τη μορφή της θύρας (ή των θυρών) εξόδου του σήματος.
Think all cables are the same?
Video adapters are designed to the highest standards with exceptional shielding and superior thicker cabling to provide the best quality and interference-free display output.
No shielding and a thinner gauge wiring which can result in lower display quality and be subject to or even cause interference.