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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 ?