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How To Connect Apple LED Cinema Display with HDMI?

I have an Apple LED Cinema Display that has a charger, mini display port, and usb attached. My PC has an HDMI port and VGA port. How can I use the monitor with my PC?

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I think you'll find getting a new graphics board with a DP connecter the easier and cheaper way.

Yes, you could fashion a collection of adapters to make this work but between the cost and the crappy output from what this display could offer I think you'll be better off with a new board.

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Yes you can but you need to get a converter like this one

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/8...

Also it will only be able to support max 1280x720 @ 60Hz on 27 inch Cinema display.

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Hi there 2 years late. But this is now possible with powered active adapters that are coming down in price. However it's still risky testing, I had issues testing this setup on my Mac Pro with a PC r9 280x with the HDMI port but it sort of worked. However I had complete success getting my display working with my Xbox One X. Let me know if the link doesn't work for you, I made this post myself on Reddit after many years searching for solutions for PCs and laptops, I do also have an older adapter made by Kanex that was discontinued that can convert mini displayport to dual link DVI and needs to be USB powered but works perfectly!

https://www.reddit.com/r/Xbox_One_X/comm...

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2019 SOLUTION

COMPUTER

Mac Pro (Early 2009)

2 x 3.33 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon

64 GB 1333 MHz DDR3

Jason's M.2 512GB (PCI Adapter)

Radeon Vega Frontier Edition 16 GB (running macOS Mojave 10.14.4 natively with boot screen)

16TB RAID 0 Storage

3TB Archive

1TB Samsung SSD T5 Scratch Disk via USB-C (PCI Adapter)

DISPLAY

Apple Cinema Display (A1316)

27-inch (2560 x 1440)

I used this adapter and extension cable to get it working!

'''https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003N3...

'''https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KRL...

As far as the Apple Thunderbolt Display, I don’t own one to test. As far as the reading I’ve done, it won’t work because its Thunderbolt, as opposed to on the Cinema Display, Mini DisplayPort. It’s worth trying when the adapter is that cheap!

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Hi Jason glad you found the cables for your setup. The Mini DisplayPort does converts to normal DisplayPort just fine.

I also have a Mac Pro and love going between Mojave and Windows via EFI. But I have a dated old R9 280. I managed to get boot screen on it, but I was reading it’s much harder on newer AMD cards.

When you say native with boot screen, did you manage to flash your Vega to get Apple EFI boot selector/boot screen?

I’m interested to know how you did this? I want to upgrade my card and find a way to get boot screen again. Sorry if this question probably belongs in a different thread.

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It’s ok! I’m sorry, but I’m ignorant in this area, but it’s the stock grey screen of the Apple with a loading bar. I bought it on eBay as is; couldn’t tell you what to do.

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