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  1. Let's cross reference the facts and settings and find out why we have the lags with the nVidia web drivers and why some other people don't have the lags. I have an EVGA 1070 SuperClocked GPU which is working pretty well under macOS Sierra and up to macOS 10.13.2 the last macOS update and the nVidia web driver didn't go so well. So far I tried all the following options but nothing seems to work: 1. Used only clover's on the fly patch for the board-id to avoid the black screen issue 2. Used Lilu and nVidiaGraphicsFixUp 3. Used only AGDPFix without any other patches or kexts 4. Activated the iGPU 5. used ACPI patches to change the PEG0 to GFX0 6. Used iMacPro SMBIOS without any patches or kext Nothing seems to work so far except for the patched version of the 104 or 106 web driver which has the lags but it's way better than the last drivers. To all people with no lags: Please share your EFI folders if you can. (Please remove the serial number, MLB, UUID and all the private stuff from your config.plist and also remove "themes" and "Apple" Folder before posting it) and please share your hardware specs with the firmware version (BIOS/UEFI version) Thank you all You can test the following sites to see wether you have the lags or not: http://madebyevan.com/webgl-water/ (thanks to @maerten) or http://www.bongiovi..../webgl/blossom/ (thanks to @TheBloke)
  2. Hello fellow Sierra users, maybe someone could help me with a post-installation defect. The problem occurred immediately after upgrading an existing build form ElCap 10.11.6 to Sierra 10.12.6. Overall the installation went all fine, no changes to Clover (4244) config, DSDT or set of additional kexts were required. Except updating to the matching NVDA WebDriver kit and repatching AppleHDA of course. NvidiaGraphicsFixup is not used, also no GPU injection from clover. Now if the DP connected monitor ever enters sleep mode it will not wake up any more. For a few seconds it will leave power saving mode and then return to it with the display staying blank all the time. As in El Capitan system sleep is completely disabled so this is not related to the whole system waking up, just the display. The symptom did not occur a single time while running macOS 10.11. So far I could not find a solution for this problem. However there seems to be a history of similar issues affecting Maxwell cards and DP connected monitors. Any suggestions welcome. Would a switch to a Pascal based NVIDIA GPU probably help to resolve the issue?
  3. Hey everyone... I'm finishing up on a new build (due to my old motherboard dying on me) I've got an i7-3770, Asrock Z77 OC Formula and a GTX980. I can't boot with the 980. It was working just fine with the old motherboard (an MSI p67a). Now, if I use nv_disable, it boots ok (without acceleration obviously) and if i use NvidiaWeb, I get a black screen (with no errors, and there is actually a signal being sent to the display; it's just blank), and the machine doesn't finish booting up (I know because I can't VNC into it). All this is to say that no, it is NOT the AGDP issue. I'm using iMac13,2 SMBIOS. Today this happened and I left it like that a while to see if it ever finished up booting (seeing as I'd read about people experiencing long boot-times on a black screen) but after a while I had to turn it off because, I {censored} you not, there was smoke and the smell of burnt plastic. I have no idea _what_ burnt, the only symptom I've seen so far is the BIOS doesn't recognize HDs plugged into the Marvell SATA3 controllers (but Windows sees the drives, so I don't think they actually died, or the ports, for that matter) Needless to say, I haven't attempted to boot Sierra again. Any ideas?
  4. Running OSX 10.10.4 on a following setup: mobo: Gigabyte x79 up4 (rev1.0 latest bios version F7) cpu: i7 3820 gpu: Gigabyte Nvidia 970 mini itx 4gb (latest bios version F4) ram: 32gb (8*4gb) 1600MHz CL10 Kingston HyperX Fury hdd: 2*2tb WD Caviar Black + 4tb WD Black for storage ssd: Samsung Evo 850 Pro 256gb(windows) + Crucial M100 256gb(osx)[planning to switch soon for pcie ssd] bootloader: clover v2 r3253 bootflags: -v kext-dev-mode=1 pcirootuid=1 npci=0x2000 nvda-drv=1 nvidia web drivers: 346.02.02f03 Reboots when 2 or more displays are connected at startup. It reaches the end of verbose script and reboots. Once I was even able to type in my password at login screen, but usually it reboots just a millisecond before reaching the login screen so I'm not able to see the exact error message. I can attach other displays when fully booted and everything works just fine - Nvidia web drivers are successfully loaded and so far haven't noticed any flickering or other kind of distorsions. Anyone familiar with this kind of issue? I also added a bootlog from a successful boot via Clover Configurator, somewhy LogEveryBoot=Yes LogLocation=/Library/Logs/CloverEFI didn't produce any logs also clover automatically chose Mac Pro 4,1 SMBios if that makes any difference Thank you in advance
  5. Running OSX 10.10.4 on a following setup: mobo: Gigabyte x79 up4 (rev1.0 latest bios version F7) cpu: i7 3820 gpu: Gigabyte Nvidia 970 mini itx 4gb (latest bios version F4) ram: 32gb (8*4gb) 1600MHz CL10 Kingston HyperX Fury hdd: 2*2tb WD Caviar Black + 4tb WD Black for storage ssd: Samsung Evo 850 Pro 256gb(windows) + Crucial M100 256gb(osx)[planning to switch soon for pcie ssd] bootloader: clover v2 r3253 bootflags: -v kext-dev-mode=1 pcirootuid=1 npci=0x2000 nvda-drv=1 nvidia web drivers: 346.02.02f03 Reboots when 1 or more displays are connected via DVI output at startup alongside DisplayPort and/or HDMI. DP and HDMI together boot up fine, but connecting DVI ports in OS it reboots. When booting with DP and/or HDMI + 1 or 2 DVI displays attached it reaches the end of verbose script and reboots. Once I was even able to type in my password at login screen, but usually it reboots just a millisecond before reaching the login screen so I'm not able to see the exact error message. I can attach other displays when fully booted with one display and everything works just fine - Nvidia web drivers are successfully loaded and so far haven't noticed any flickering or other kind of distortions. Anyone familiar with this kind of issue? I also added a bootlog from a successful boot via Clover Configurator, somewhy LogEveryBoot=Yes LogLocation=/Library/Logs/CloverEFI didn't produce any logs Thank you in advance
  6. MinusZwei

    Scrambled images with Maxwell's GPUs

    Hi all, I have recently bought a Titan X to replace my "good-old" GTX 780 in my machine. After reading some forums posts, I was quite confident that it would work like a charm, after installing the NVIDIA web drivers. ... and this is exactly what I did. So my current setup is the following: - OS X 10.10.3 - NVIDIA latest web drivers (346.01.02f04) - Latest CUDA driver (7.0.36) Overall, it works great. No single issue when running benchmarks applications like Unigine Valley and/or Cinebench. However, I am seeing some "scrambled images" (comparable to the one attached), mostly when browsing the web using Safari. After having matched one webpage that showcased this issue 100% of time, I exported the page in PDF. ..and guess what: The PDF also looks scrambled when opened with Preview, but not with Adobe Reader or Gmail internal PDF reader. So I am thinking about that Apple's rendering engine (maybe PDFKit ?) is using the hardware decoder from Maxwell's GPU, and this decoder is somehow not properly working with specific JPEG images (seems to be related to small pictures). My questions now are: 1. Is this common to all Maxwell's users here ? 2. Is there some way to tweak Apple's rendering engine to avoid this ?
  7. I am having problems with my Gigabyte Gtx 970 getting detected by Yosemite install. I have tried too many methods here and there to make it work and because I am a beginner and learning new things with each combination, I am repetitively failing to make that happen. So here are few things I did which are not working as expected: 1) I installed the appropriate drivers and tried to boot up with loading nvidia drivers from preferences center but that didn't worked. 2) I tried injectEDID, InjectNvidia and LoadVideoBios from clover bootloader option and also with the flag kext-dev-mode=1 but it failed to work. In 'about mac' it is showing gtx 970 "0"mb vram. Monitor works so slow that I can distinctly see each buffer and screen refresh every time. 3) I used additional boot flag nvda_drv=1 to make it detect the VRAM of the GPU but after the apple logo, monitor went black showing "NO SIGNAL" error where I have turn off the power supply to restart the system. Please would anyone guide me to make my 970 work with Yosemite.
  8. I have installed yosemite in my pc my specs are as follows i7 3770 P8Z77 V Pro Thunderbolt Geforce GTX 750 Ti (palit) this is my third post because i was changing graphics card. please bear with me I installed nvidia web driver to enable full Acceleration on this card I posted my Multicast log, my verbose and what yosemites detects from my card^^ please post if you need more info. The Last line in my verbose is missing bluetooth controller transport and i used the move all intelhd and at to intel_back. it worked one time i was able to get into the desktop without safe mode then i chose in the system preference to use nvidia web driver and i rebooted then stuck again help ^^ my sambas is mac 13,2 do i need to change?^^
  9. I suspect that the annoying reboot of the USB flash disk (just after DSMOS has arrived) has to do with Clover not supporting my Maxwell GPU (970 GTX). In the config file, I tried using: - No injection - Nvidia Injection - nvda_drv = 1 On the verbose text at boot time, I can clearly see a line resembling this : Using Nvidia Official. Soon After, I get a black screen and a reboot. Is there a way to use Nvidia's newly released web driver in Clover Flash drive? FYI, I tried copying the NVDAGM100HalWeb.kext from S/L/E to Clover's USB kext directory without success. Maybe there is a way to do it more securely that I'm not aware of?
  10. Good morning, I recently build an hackintosh based on: - ASUS p7p55D-e - Intel core i7 860 (lga 1156) - NVIDIA gtx750 (maxwell architecture) Using yosemite and nvidia webdriver (now respectively at GM3 and 343.01.01b04), I managed my GTX750 to work, with fullscreen support and no graphic issues (still no opencl and problem with preview, but ehi, it's a beta ). In order to avoid a c-state error during boot, I changed my SMBIOS from Mac Pro 5,1 to iMac11,1 (respectively lga 1366 and 1156) and it fixed my problem. But unfortunatly, after this change, I lost my multimonitor support, and I really can't find the answer! Does anyone have an idea? Thanks for your help and have a nice day Marco
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