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PookyMacMan

Chameleon receives support for multiple nVidia graphics cards

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Back on October 24, 2011, Mohamed Khairy pointed out an error that Chameleon did not have native support for multiple nVidia GPUs. Thanks to zef, there is a temporary patch in Chameleon 2.1svn revision 1903 that allows for multiple nVidia GPUs to be injected simply by Chameleon's graphics enabler, without any DSDT edits or EFI string injections.

 

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Would be but nVidia cards have always had much ease in working with OS X due to nVidia actually making drivers for them as opposed to ati/amd where the drivers only come from Apple.

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In a way, yes, and in a way, no:

 

As you probably know, you need hardware 3D acceleration (QE/CI) to have a truly functional OS X installation. However, when 2 GPUs are used, only one would have QE/CI and the other would not. This fixes it so you can have two GPUs at the same time with QE/CI (4 monitors, yeah, baby B)) but this is not the same as SLI. The GPUs work independently of each other, so you can have two GTX 560 Ti's in OS X working independently from each other, both with QE/CI, but not both linked together in SLI.

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