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Nvidia Web Driver updates for El Capitan (UPDATE 07/11/2018)

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Thx now it works

 

 

you're welcome  ^_^

 

Any Performance issues with this Patch ?

 

 

if you note some performance issues, it certainly is not related to this patch but more to the driver itself

 

Can I update normally as soon as a official update is available ?

 

 

yes, of course 

 

indeed, you still can use the app to update your current driver version with a new beta or a final release when this one will be rebuilt. 

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Hey Guys,

 

I am using an 

 

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 Mini ITX Overclocked 4GB GDDR5 PCiE Video Card GV-N970IXOC-4GD

Link to Card: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OQUMGM0

 

I am using a 4 monitor setup.

 

3 are using the Display Ports and one is using the HDMI 2.0 Port.

 

I am getting some flickering effects on my middle screen. and only the middle screen.

 

And on the 4th display with HDMI (I am not getting 60HZ 4K) - I seem to be getting 30HZ only. When i run this in windows (I get 60HZ)

 

Anyone have any ideas? I will attach my build + pic of setup.

 

Build: https://p.rhcp011235.rocks/view/11bc8849

 

Picture of setup: http://rhcp011235.rocks/0v3f2H0M431L

 

Thanks to anyone whom can help me out here.

 

 

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Have you looked in system prefs / monitor

Yes. I have done all this. I even swapped out my 970 for the same card. Thinking perhaps I had a bad card. We also flashed the latest firmware onto it.

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Yes. I have done all this. I even swapped out my 970 for the same card. Thinking perhaps I had a bad card. We also flashed the latest firmware onto it.

The following resolutions and refresh rates are supported when the integrated HDMI port to the Mac is used to connect monitors or 4K Ultra HD TVs:

3840 x 2160 at 30 Hz;

4096 x 2160 @ 24Hz (video mirroring is not supported when such resolution is passed).

Apple

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The following resolutions and refresh rates are supported when the integrated HDMI port to the Mac is used to connect monitors or 4K Ultra HD TVs:

3840 x 2160 at 30 Hz;

4096 x 2160 @ 24Hz (video mirroring is not supported when such resolution is passed).

Apple

 

So you cannot get 60HZ from HDMI? Also, how would i get 60HZ? and THANKS

 

Also, I am going to include a video of this flicker effect i am talking about.

 

Look for horizontal lines flickering this is what I'm talking about, also the display will even go out at times.

 

http://rhcp011235.rocks/2l451q3s2D1X

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So you cannot get 60HZ from HDMI? Also, how would i get 60HZ? and THANKS

 

Also, I am going to include a video of this flicker effect i am talking about.

 

Look for horizontal lines flickering this is what I'm talking about, also the display will even go out at times.

 

http://rhcp011235.rocks/2l451q3s2D1X

only the 60Hz HDMI for a resolution 1920x1080.

For your screen plug it in 4K on display port

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only the 60Hz HDMI for a resolution 1920x1080.

For your screen plug it in 4K on display port

 

But, there is no DP 1.2 -> HDMI 2.0 Adapter out yet. This TV doesn't have a display port. (Thats one of my issues)

 

Secondly, is that flickering (thats my biggest issue) - If you have any damn idea what that is :)

You have been MOST helpful here.

 

BTW: I am not using a real mac here (Using a HackPro) that i built with the above card. So i figured id get 60HZ out of the HDMI 2.0 port. but i guess the OS itself is holding me back?

 

Id be PISSSED if i bought a Mac Pro and this didn't work!

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only the 60Hz HDMI for a resolution 1920x1080.

For your screen plug it in 4K on display port

 

 

So, By pure luck I happen to have two of the same exact cards. two of these 970's and i put two displays on each. and I am still seeing that flicker i showed in the video on the SAME screen. and I've tried different cables. same deal.

 

Ideas anyone? Also, Ideas to get 60HZ on my 4K?

 

AFAIK. DP -> HDMI (doesn't do 60HZ since they are not HDMI 2 yet)

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So, By pure luck I happen to have two of the same exact cards. two of these 970's and i put two displays on each. and I am still seeing that flicker i showed in the video on the SAME screen. and I've tried different cables. same deal.

 

Ideas anyone? Also, Ideas to get 60HZ on my 4K?

 

AFAIK. DP -> HDMI (doesn't do 60HZ since they are not HDMI 2 yet)

DP=>HDMI

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I have seen these. But, they don't do 60HZ as far as i know.

 

You need an active DP -> HDMI for it to work. 

hence the necessity to have a second graphics card

or one DVI and 3 DP 

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Learn how to read. AnAndTech (and many others) verified it works, it's out now. They even link to it on Amazon....

 

It's backordered, but here you go: http://www.amazon.com/Club3D-Displayport-1-2-HDMI-CAC-1070/dp/B0194F1MY4

I have already ordered it. Waiting on shipping.

 

Still trying to solve my flickering issue though.

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After installing NVIDIA Web Driver 346.03.04f02 in 10.11.2, the only available resolution in SP shows is 1024x1280... Anybody else having this issue

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After installing NVIDIA Web Driver 346.03.04f02 in 10.11.2, the only available resolution in SP shows is 1024x1280... Anybody else having this issue

 

Could this be a problem with the install? 1024x1280 is the resolution that my system defaults to when the Nvidia Web Driver is not installed or is not up to date for the current OS version.

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