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    Post Mac Pro 2013 Multiple Monitor Question
    I recently picked up a used 2013 Mac Pro (4 core / D300) and I've read the Apple Support page regarding "up to 6 displays", but I'm still a little confused on the monitor mix that you can run.

    Would it be possible to configure 2 4K monitors @ 3840 x 2160 and 2 ultrawides @ 3840 x 1600 for a total of 4 monitors? If 2 ultrawides @ 3840 x 1600 won't work, would 2 @ 3840 x 1440?

    I've searched the web and can't seem to find anyone running that configuration.

    I know this seems random, but I've also got an old 30" Cinema Display @ 2560 x 1600. Assuming that my 2 4ks and 2 ultrawides would work, could I also run my 30" Cinema as well?

    Thank you,


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    From Everymac:
    Originally, this model reportedly supported as many as three 4K displays or six Thunderbolt displays. However, on June 16, 2015, without updating the graphics cards themselves, Apple quietly increased the official support to as many as three 5K displays (5120x2880) -- two using Thunderbolt 2 ports and one using the HDMI port. The support for as many as six 2560x1600 displays using all six Thunderbolt 2 ports remained unchanged.
    Tee ultrawide doesn't seem to be a natively supported resolution.

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