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2013 Apple Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12 Core/64GB/256GB Flash/Dual AMD FirePro D700 6GB 6,1

Hey MacPro users.

I just bought a refurbished 13-Core MacPro with 64GB of RAM for a cybersecurity gaming project I'm working on. Could not wait for the new MacPro in 2019, so this will have to do:

2013 Apple Mac Pro 2.7GHz 12 Core/64GB/256GB Flash/Dual AMD FirePro D700 6GB 6,1

Now, I'm thinking about which eGPU to buy.

Yes, I know it's only Thunderbolt 2 versus Thunderbolt 3, but that's OK for now.

I'm looking at a number of eGPUs and various eGPU enclosure setups.

Does anyone here have a 2013 Mac Pro with an eGPU?

Thanks!
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