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Dell UP2715K now in 5K@60Hz with latest OS X update

You can finally truly enjoy your monitor at full 5K and 60Hz under OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite. Nothing to do, just install, if you have a supported Mac (I suppose Mac Pro (late 2013) correctly plugged (2 mDP, one above the other).  Time to update this topic 

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"You can finally truly enjoy your monitor at full 5K and 60Hz under OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite."

Based on a release statement by Apple itself? If not, list the specific hardware and software you tested.

 



 

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Based on my Dell UP2715K and my Mac Pro (late 2013) becoming suddenly readable after applying the update.

Reported correctly as 5120*2880, 60Hz on the OSD.

HiDPI mode kicked in automatically.

Now it’s beautiful.

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Which one is yours?

MacBook Pro = Intel HD4000 GPU, Thunderbolt port
MacBook Pro with Retina Display = Two Thunderbolt ports, HDMI port



 



 

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None.

Just wrote: Mac Pro (Late 2013), you know about it? 6 Thunderbolt ports, HDMI port.

http://www.apple.com/mac-pro/

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Never heard of it.

 



 

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If you could update the topic about supported computer, it would be nice.

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I am glad that it works, but it is not in our tested devices list.

 



 

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Actually, I updated to and reinstalled 10.10.3 on Mac Pro(2013 late) still not work on 5K resolution. The OSD show 5120 x 2880 @ 60HZ. But the OS screen setting only show 2560 x 1440(no more two monitors detected in 10.10.2) no higher resolutions can be selected. What is the problem with my OS 10.10.3?

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My Mac Pro model is 6-core and D500, I have tried both DP cables plug into separate TB buses (TB bus 1 and bus 2), but it still not work on 5K. Please check my setup is correct or not, thanks a lot.

https://flic.kr/s/aHsk9u4kBk

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