How does the Apple Pro Display XDR connect to the Xbox Series X?

Updated on 26-08-2022 in Technology
3 on 24-08-2022

 My monitor is an Apple Pro Display XDR and my console is an Xbox Series X. Can I use the Club 3D CAC-1587 to light up my monitor? Does it support 4K60Hz? If not, is there any good solution? We look forward to hearing from you.

 
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1 on 24-08-2022

No the CAC-1587 will not work, it is USB-C -> HDMI. Xbox series X only has HDMI as out put.

You will need the CAC-1334 that is HDMI -> USB-C it supports up to 4K60Hz.

https://www.club-3d.com/en/detail/2572/hdmi_to_usb_type_c_4k60hz_active_cable_m-m_1.8m-6_ft/

on 25-08-2022

I have bought the CAC-1334, but my monitor only shows 1080P. Not up to 4K60Hz

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0 on 26-08-2022

I would try the CAC-1336. It might support 4K. It might even support 5K or 6K or 8K30 depending on the GPU and drivers (maybe from a PC but probably not Xbox). I don’t think 5K and 6K have been tested by anyone yet. None of the earlier HDMI to DisplayPort adapters support width > 4096. The CAC-1336 might allow USB data which would enable the USB functions of the display but I don’t think this has been tested (The CAC-1332 had that function even though the product description doesn’t mention it). The CAC-1336 I received produces no signal – I probably need a replacement – so I was not able to test any resolutions, 4K or otherwise, and I saw no indication of USB functionality (no power from the USB-C port and no USB device connection in the OS).

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