I've successfully installed High Sierra (10.13.0) on my system using Clover:
2x Intel Xeon E5410
Everything is running fine except the GPU. I've tried the web driver's latest version and 3184.108.40.206.25.106 but both are very laggy/sluggish.
I've also tried installing Lilu and nVidiaGraphicsFixUp kexts but they didn't change anything.
Have someone managed to make this card work with High Sierra?
Clover r4542 ISO compiled with GCC and minimal config.plist compatible for use in VMWare Workstation.
Tested with unlocked Workstation 14 running OSX 10.9 -->10.14 guest in Windows X64 host.
1. Download and unzip "EFI_Clover_r4542 for VMware.zip". Mount Clover-v2.4k-4542-X64.iso by double clicking on it.
2. Mount your VM's EFI System Partition eg in terminal
sudo diskutil mount disk0s1
3. Copy EFI folder from step 1 into the EFI partition
4. Shutdown the VM, add bios.bootDelay = "3000" to your VM's vmx file
5. Reboot your VM, press <F2> to access the VMware Boot Manager and add CLOVERX64.efi to the boot menu.
Substitute your own unique and valid MLB and ROM variables in the /EFI/CLOVER/config.plist (Rt Variables section) to activate iMessage/Facetime on your VM.
Maybe i am the only one seeing this or maybe i am doing something wrong but my resize animation performance in HS 10.13.5 is terrible.
I did a clean install of 10.13.5, installed the latest nvidia drivers 3220.127.116.11.35.106.
My GPU is a GTX1060 connected via DP to a 4k display.
Now, the issue, when i open an empty TextEdit for example, if i drag the corner of the window to make it larger, it lags more and more as the size increases.
I also have Adobe Audition CC installed for my work, the interface is very slow compared to the windows version (my 2011 macbook pro is much faster, but it's not 4k).
Is there a known issue when running 4k on nvidia web drivers ?
It's very frustrating because i've been using custom machines with 1080p displays and nvidia cards since Snow Leopard, but i was always butter smooth.
you can use this thread to link / talk about of the future Nvidia Web Driver updates for El Capitan
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f15 --> build 15G21013 (thanks to BreBo) New!
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f14 --> build 15G20015 (thanks to DMCrimson)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f13 --> build 15G20015 (thanks to Louvier)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f12 --> build 15G19009 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f11 --> build 15G18013 (thanks to BreBo)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f10 --> build 15G17023 (thanks to Badruzeus)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f09 --> build 15G1611 (thanks to Badruzeus)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f08 --> build 15G1510 (thanks to Badruzeus)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f07 --> build 15G1421 (thanks to bb1045)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f06 --> build 15G1217 (thanks to bb1045)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f05 --> build 15G1212 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f04 --> build 15G1108 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f03 --> build 15G1004 (thanks to BreBo)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f02 --> build 15G31 (thanks to Moviemakergr)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15f01 --> build 15G31 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
[uPDATE_3]Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.15b01 --> build 15G24b (thanks to DMCrimson)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10f02 --> build 15F34 (thanks to marcozardi)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10f01 --> build 15F34 (thanks to WeBeRiO)
[uPDATE_2] Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.10b01 --> build 15F31a (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.06f01 --> build 15E65 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.06b01 --> build 15E (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05f02 --> second release for build 15D21 (thanks to Fljagd)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05f01 --> build 15D21 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.05b02 --> build 15D (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04f02 --> second public release (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04f01 --> build 15C50 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04b02 --> build 15C48a (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.04b01 --> build 15C47a (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.03f02 --> second public release (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.03f01 --> build 15B42 (thanks to jperkins909)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.02f02 --> build 15A284 (thanks to MTWomg)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.02f01 --> build 15A284 (see this post)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.01b07 --> GM/DB/PB6/DB7/PB5 (thanks to BreBo)
Nvidia Web Driver - 346.03.01b06 --> build 15A (thanks to MTWomg)
I'm not expecting too much help, but if anyone has any suggestions, that would be great.
I recently got my Hackintosh running on macOS 10.14, and went to install the graphics drivers for my Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti. My setup is a little different, so here it is:
Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3
Screen 1 and 2 are both connected to my 750 Ti, whereas screen 3 is connected to my iGPU, with is an intel HD 4600. The intel GPU works like a charm, just as it did under High Sierra.
Now, I got the Nvidia Web drivers to "work" by removing any traces via the "Web Driver Toolkit" that others have recommended. I then patched the installer, installed it, rebooted, patched the installed drivers, and rebooted again, where the drivers are at their current state.
This is where things get interesting though. All 3 monitors are recognized. My GPU is recognized in my system profiler. However, it is NOT able to be used to run a compute in Geekbench, meaning that GPU acceleration is obviously disabled. The other thing that doesn't work, is, well, the 2 monitors connected to the GPU. They are set to the correct resolution and refresh rates, and are recognized in System Preferences, and I can even drag things between the different desktops.
But I can only see my cursor. The screens are totally black, and I can't see anything on them except my cursor moving across them. Has this happened to anyone else? Thanks in advance!
Specs: Asrock B85M-Pro4 Motherboard Intel Core i5-4690 CPU Intel HD 4600 GPU 1 Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti GPU 2 iMac 15,1 SMBIOS
Here is a picture of what happens https://imgur.com/gallery/lWTLWlw