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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE 04/02/2018)

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For me? Nothing, it works without special effects. In the "patched" version I didn't do any particular tests.
Honestly I'm not satisfied with this video card both with "real" and "forged" drivers...

ps, CUDA has also been updated. Latest version: 387.178 for GPU Driver Version 378.05.05.25f07.

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I see that (without fixup), I didn't understand what you mean:

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I see microstutters in the water webgl animation, like sometimes there is a short freeze, every 1-2 seconds or so. I also tested this on High Sierra, there the animation runs butter smooth, without any lags.

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No freeze, interruptions or lags in my case. System in signature is up to date. Never tried before.

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With the new fix kext appeared artifacts on some sites in Safari. In places where the video is embedded. Or a Google maps frame.

1060 GTX

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Anyone have the WebDrivers for 10.12.6 version 16G1404 handy?

Been a while since I used my hackintosh and I've completely forgotten the mod I need to make to the package to get it to install.

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17 hours ago, ellaosx said:

16G1404?

It was a security beta for after 10.12.6 it seems. (I thought I'd turned beta off, but it had turned back on again)

I've gone and installed 10.13.4 now anyway.

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