So, about a year ago I got a Thunderbolt Display for my MacBook Pro, but recently I decided to switch back to PC. I got a thunderbolt motherboard, but getting it to play nicely with my Graphics Card is a pain. So, I had this idea. Maybe someone would trade me their Cinema Display for my Thunderbolt display. And, Great! Someone will. Having said all this, before I go through with the trade, is there ANY reason why this wouldn't work on my PC? My Graphics Card is an Nvidia GTX680. It has a DisplayPort, um, port, so all i'd need it a MiniDisplayport to Displayport adapter, right? The only reason I ask is because all the advice I've found on the web says, "Get a MiniDisplayPort to VGA adaptor" , or MDP to DVI, or MDP to HDMI. No one says get a MiniDisplayPort to DisplayPort adaptor and this seems like the most obvious solution. Am I wrong and stupid? Other than for switching to PC, which you probably already think since this is a Mac board.