My Apple 27 "LED Cinema Display (The Thunderbolt Version) gives me trouble over the past two years, as it may flash on and off without any problems. Recently, I upgraded my old graphics card as came with MacPro 12 Core (Mid 2010) to a new Sapphire PULSE RX580 and upgraded to macOS Mojave. I absolutely love the update and my computer is so kind and responsive … that I feel I'm getting a new 4K screen I'm pretty much a revolutionary systematic m that will keep me happy for a few years … especially until I look forward to the new MacPro 2019 offer.
I had hoped the new graphics card could fix the flipper on and off the problem with my screen, but I did not read it. I read on a previous Forum Thread, this problem may be a power supply issue within the screen itself.
I have never purchased anything but an Apple Monitor … and as this is the core of my workflow. need to make sure I get s Too Good Performance I Can Without Going I'm mad at the budget as I also know that Apple creates a new standalone display for the new MacPro 201
I've trawled YouTube and Review websites for a reasonable 4K display, and BenQ PD3200U 32 inch 4K Designer Monitor is the one I felt ticket many boxes for me but I have read that it does not support Adobe RGB, I've always used this … should I go back on this screen … or can Someone else recommends this or similar screen for a similar type of budget that supports Adobe RGB.
I'm an old school graphic designer, and the kernel buttons I use are: Photoshop CC, Latest Illustrator CC, QuarkXpress 2018, Adobe Acrobat DC Pro (latest subscription version), Adobe Lightroom CC (latest subscription version) and minimal Final Cut Pro X.
I would like to be grateful for feedback comments or suggestions.
Most recently edited by Anto39x; November 21, 2018 at 05:18 .