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If you use Boot Camp to run Windows on your Mac, you can visit the AMD website to download the latest version of their drivers for Windows. These Mac computers use AMD graphics:

  • 15-inch MacBook Pro introduced in 2015 or later
  • 27-inch iMac introduced in 2014 or later
  • 21.5-inch iMac with Retina display introduced in 2017 or later
  • iMac Pro introduced in 2017
  • Mac Pro introduced in 2013 or later

Check your version of AMD graphics drivers

  1. Start up your Mac in Windows.
  2. Take any of these steps to open Radeon settings:
    • Right-click your desktop and choose AMD Radeon Settings.
    • Or click Radeon Settings in the notification area.
    • Or choose AMD Radeon Settings from the Programs menu.
  3. In Radeon settings, click the System Tab, then click the Software tab.
  4. The version number is shown under Driver Packaging Version.

Download and install the latest AMD graphics drivers

  1. In Windows, go to the AMD website, then click Drivers & Support.
  2. Select your product from the list, not the menu: First select Graphics, then select Mac Graphics in the next column, then select Apple Boot Camp in the next column.
  3. Click Submit to view the list of available drivers.
  4. Look for the driver version that supports your Mac model. If it's a later version (higher number) than the version installed on your Mac, click Download.
  5. Extract the downloaded ZIP file, then run the Setup app in the resulting folder to install the drivers.

Apple in an update to a support document on Thursday announced initial macOS external graphics card compatibility with AMD's Radeon RX 560, as accomplished through Sonnet's Radeon RX 560 eGFX Breakaway Puck.

Noted in a change to Apple's document covering eGPU usage with macOS, RX 560 compatibility arrives more than a year after support for the card was first tested in early beta versions of macOS 10.13.4 High Sierra. That point update was the first to deliver comprehensive eGPU support.

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For reasons unknown, Apple removed AMD's RX 560 from the list of cards supported by macOS 10.13.4 prior to the update's release in March 2018. Integration returned today as a 'recommended' Thunderbolt 3 all-in-one eGPU solution.

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Specifically, Apple suggests the Sonnet Radeon RX 560 eGFX Breakaway Puck, a standalone device currently selling for $399 on

It appears that Mac users looking to boost their workflow with an RX 560 will have to deal with a few limitations. Apple notes playback of HDCP-protected content from iTunes and certain unnamed streaming services is not supported on displays directly connected to an RX 560-based eGPU, including Sonnet's device. Said content can, however, be viewed on the built-in display of a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac, the document reads.

After an extensive beta testing period, Apple offered support for eGPU hardware with macOS 10.13.4, allowing users to accelerate graphics-intensive tasks like professional image editing apps, games and virtual reality applications.

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