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CUDA 418.163 is out! [UPDATE May 10, 2019]

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UPDATE May 10, 2019

new cuda release (thanks to phi777New!

CUDA 418.163

 

previous releases:

 

 

UPDATE 02/27/2019

new cuda release (thanks to flowriderNew!

CUDA 418.105

 


 

UPDATE 09/19/2018

new cuda release (thanks to phi777New!

CUDA 410.130

 

 


 

 

UPDATE 07/09/2018

new cuda release (thanks to phi777New!

CUDA 396.148

 

 


 

 

UPDATE 05/17/2018

new cuda release (thanks to phi777New!

CUDA 396.64

 

 


 

 

UPDATE 04/02/2018

new cuda release (thanks to fabiosunNew!

CUDA 387.178

 

 


 

 

UPDATE 01/25/2018

new cuda release (thanks to fabiosun)

CUDA 387.128

 


 

 

UPDATE 12/08/2017

new cuda release (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 387.99

  • macOS CUDA driver version format change
    • The macOS CUDA driver version now uses the format xxx.xx compare to x.x.x to be consistent with our Linux and Windows driver version naming convention.

 

UPDATE 01/11/2017

new cuda release (see this post)

CUDA 9.0.222


 

UPDATE 10/16/2017

new cuda release  (thanks to phi777)

CUDA 9.0.214


 

UPDATE 09/26/2017

new cuda release  (thanks to BreBo).

CUDA 9.0.197


 

UPDATE 07/21/2017

new cuda release  (thanks to marcozardi).

CUDA 8.0.90


 

UPDATE 05/15/2017

new cuda release  (thanks to Il Francy MacPc).

CUDA 8.0.83


 

UPDATE 04/10/2017

new cuda release  (thanks to ROBASEFR). New!  Support Pascal GPU!!!

CUDA 8.0.81


 

UPDATE 03/27/2017

new cuda release  (see this post).

CUDA 8.0.71


 

UPDATE 01/24/2017

new cuda release  (see this post).

CUDA 8.0.63

 


 

 

UPDATE 12/15/2016

new cuda release  (thanks to marcozardi).

CUDA 8.0.57


 

UPDATE 11/21/2016

new cuda release  (thanks to phi777).

CUDA 8.0.53


 

UPDATE 11/01/2016

new cuda release  (thanks to phi777).

CUDA 8.0.51


 

UPDATE 09/30/2016

new cuda release  (thanks to BreBo).

CUDA 8.0.46 (first macOS Sierra support!!!)


 

UPDATE 06/25/2016

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.30

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 05/17/2016

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.29

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 03/22/2016

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.26

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 01/20/2016

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.25

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 12/09/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.22

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 10/23/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to BreBo)

CUDA 7.5.21

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 10/01/2015

new cuda releases (see this post)

CUDA 7.5.20

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with compute capability 1.x.


 

UPDATE 08/18/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to marcozardi)

CUDA 7.0.64

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x (compute capability 1.x)


 

UPDATE 08/11/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to horizoli)

CUDA 7.0.61

Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x (compute capability 1.x)


 

UPDATE 07/02/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to Vampirexx)

CUDA 7.0.52 (does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x)


 

UPDATE 04/09/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to horizoli)

CUDA 7.0.36 (does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x)


 

UPDATE 04/03/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to marcozardi)

CUDA 7.0.35 (does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x)


 

UPDATE 03/19/2015

new cuda releases (thanks to horizoli)

CUDA 7.0.29 (does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x)


 

UPDATE 01/28/2015

2 new cuda releases (thanks to horizoli)

CUDA 6.5.45 (does not support GeForce GTX980 and GTX970)

CUDA 6.5.46 (supports GeForce GTX980 and GTX970)


 

2 new cuda releases (thanks to ddani)

CUDA 6.5.36 (doesn't support GeForce GTX980 and GTX970)

CUDA 6.5.37 (supports GeForce GTX980 and GTX970)


 

CUDA 6.5.33 is out

http://www.nvidia.fr/object/macosx-cuda-6.5.33-driver-fr.html


 

CUDA 6.5.32 is out

http://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-cuda-6.5.32-driver.html

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supports GeForce GTX980 and GTX970

 

 


 

CUDA 6.5.25 has been released

http://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-cuda-6.5.25-driver.html

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Supports all NVIDIA products available on Mac HW.

 

 

 

 

 

*macOS Sierra first support in CUDA 8.0.46

 

 

Edited by fantomas1
post updated May 10, 2019: added new CUDA 418.163 release

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Mr___G, I was getting that on the nVidia driver, til I switched back to the Apple driver. I wasn't seeing any performance benefit with the nVidia driver, so no great loss.

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Should I update to 6.5.33? I am on 6.5.25 wit modded drivers from Fantomas1 I am afraid that I will get the black screen again.

 

 

 

Thanks. 

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The CUDA driver won't affect your general video, it's for applications to use the video card for additional processing. The CUDA versions are matched to the nVidia driver versions though. I don't know if it will work with the modded version you're using, but it won't "break" your display.

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.37 :Note: this driver does not support the older generation GPUs with SM1.x. Please download the equivalent CUDA driver 6.5.36 which supports SM1.x. !!

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I've got my new Gainward GTX970 Phantom working on 10.11 Dp8 with Cuda 

(WebDriver-346.03.01b07 and Cuda 7.5.18)

 

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I have even 5 MHz more on stock Memory Clock rate !  lol

 

to Fantomas1 : Yes I replaced my Gainward HD4850 GS, sorry but I don't need your splendid QE_CI Exotic patches  for AMD 48xx any more ! :)

 

Yesss....  :D

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