Wide-gamut monitor for Thunderbolt?

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Wide-gamut monitor for Thunderbolt?
9 months ago

I returned an ASUS PA279Q wide-gamut monitor because several important advertised functions (Adobe RGB and sRGB modes) were not supported through the Thunderbolt connection on my 2013 MacBook Pro Retina (15”). ASUS support explained to me that the Thunderbolt port output was YUV rather than RBG and their calibrated modes were disabled with that output. The monitor worked perfectly on a 2009 non-Thunderbolt MacBook Air through the mini-DisplayPort.

I am now considering the NEC PA272W but it appears to be the same panel as the ASUS monitor. Could anyone confirm that the NEC can utilize its Adobe RGB and sRGB functions when connected by a mini-DisplayPort cable through a Thunderbolt port?

Or could anyone recommend another wide-gamut display that works for sure through a mini-DisplayPort/Thunderbolt connection…

Would you consider the Apple Thunderbolt Display for critical color work?

Thanks.Charlie

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