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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE May 15, 2019)

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Download and find out?

 

I have no hackintosh, nor could I even start the installation when I wanted to. So I'm waiting for feedback and will retry when available.

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I have downloaded last public beta available for me (5) and installed drivers above

I am missing cuda driver  for now but black & white problem it is solved

Installing latest beta now. Then I'll test drivers.

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There will never be Pascal support until Apple use Pascal hardware. Even Maxwell is only operating on pieces of the existing Kepler parts of the driver.

 

Thats it!

And why should Nvidia put much manpower / money in dev of Maxwell + Pascal OS X drivers when Apple doesnt buy  and use any newer Nvidia gpus in their Macs?!

They can not life with hackintosh Nvidia users only!   :)

Since Apple lost way of "real" MacPro - changeable gpus - it can get even more worst if Apple use more and more AMD gpus. Nvidia will stop then driver dev for OS X.

Too bad, because Nvidia mostly working with much less trouble than AMD - no framework probs / patches needed. 

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I hope my titan x will work alter this update, i'm installing the beta 5 to try the new driver because with 10.12.1 i have a reboot at the start with the web driver activated

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I have no problem also with Sierra 1012.1..

Have you patched apple graphics policy after installing web driver?

I don't know if with your smbios also is mandatory to do..

Yes i patched it with Agdpfix, for smbios I use imac 17.1

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for my hardware I used MacPro6.1 smbios.

Agdpfix to fix.

all is working in all Sierra version I have tested (now also in beta new web driver is working well)

I'll give it a try

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Anyone can confirm error with ibooks still there or not after update to new Driver ? and can i install 16C betadriver on 10.12.1 ?

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for my hardware I used MacPro6.1 smbios.

Agdpfix to fix.

all is working in all Sierra version I have tested (now also in beta new web driver is working well)

Nothing always a reboot at startup if i use nv_disable it boot

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Nothing always a reboot at startup if i use nv_disable it boot

Sounds like you need to open a thread and post clover folder.

Have you also injected nvidiaweb? In system parameters?

I'm assuming your using nvidia hence the adgpfix.

 

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Sounds like you need to open a thread and post clover folder.

Have you also injected nvidiaweb? In system parameters?

I'm assuming your using nvidia hence the adgpfix.

 

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Yes i use nvda_drv=1 and nvidiaweb

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