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Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS Sierra (UPDATE Sept 27, 2019)

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It seems to be the Nvidia Web driver are a little buggy at the moment. HDMI/Displayport Audio is working only on some systems, on others there is no go. Then the OpenCL Part seems to be buggy too. Luxmark 3.1 with complex scene is giving me around 50 point (GTX1080) normally it should be about 3000. ^^

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Step by step NVRAM plist tutorial plz.

I'm sorry, but I don't use Clover: I have a server. There is no identical systems in nature-all individually.

 You need to understand your computer-that he needed.

 

I'm all work through (smbios end kext).

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I don't understand. With my GTX1080 HDMI is working with 4K @60Hz. But Sound is still broken with new Webdriver. (DisplayPort & HDMI)

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I know it's very early, but is there a way to make the latest Web Driver work in High Sierra?

Most likely not based on history (new kernel, windowserver, etc). and I can confirm that VR won't work under 10.12.5 using a 1080 & the HTC Vive with the current web drivers. Looks like direct rendering is a High Sierra feature and indirect rendering is not working at this time. :-(

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hi guys.

with the 10.12.5 and Nvidia web driver for pascal, are compute Geekbench 4.1 benchmark working for you?

I mean OpenCL, cud and metal benchmark. in both of my Hackintosh, they are not working.

what about you?

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Report: GT1030 works, according to a post on another forum. He also ran a benchmark.

 

are you speaking with me?

 

I'm speaking about Geekbench 4.1

you are speaking about unigine.

so thank you, but not related to my question

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I have had the same black screen bug with my GTX680.  I am using a quo motherboard with what i have confirmed is the latest BIOS installed.  Up until now i have just been using the built in driver and it's been fine but for some reason the 10.12.5 upgrade made my graphics card stop functioning.  I tried installing the NVIDIA web driver and disabling nvidia injection in defaults.plist but no luck.  Do you guys have any suggestions?  I was thinking of upgrading my graphics card anyway, is it possible that GTX 680 is just too old for the 10.12.5 web driver?  Has anyone else successfully used it with a GTX680? 

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I have had the same black screen bug with my GTX680.  I am using a quo motherboard with what i have confirmed is the latest BIOS installed.  Up until now i have just been using the built in driver and it's been fine but for some reason the 10.12.5 upgrade made my graphics card stop functioning.  I tried installing the NVIDIA web driver and disabling nvidia injection in defaults.plist but no luck.  Do you guys have any suggestions?  I was thinking of upgrading my graphics card anyway, is it possible that GTX 680 is just too old for the 10.12.5 web driver?  Has anyone else successfully used it with a GTX680? 

My GTX-680 is working at both 10.12.x and 10.13.beta2 with native OS X drivers.

I boot with nvda_drv=0 by Enoch 2883/2885.

For Nvidia Web Driver you should install the newest version for 10.12.5 if you want to enable it by Enoch 2883 or Clover 409x.

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:)

 

GTX 1050 Zotac itx // 10.12.6 beta 5

 

compute  LuxMark 3.1 OpenCL is good (Hotel no works) but OpenGL is very bad :(

 

compute OpenCL Geekbench 4.1 no works macOS and Windows 10 64  :hysterical:

 

 

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Hi guys,

 

I recently decided to delve into Hackintoshinginging again and installed Sierra.  I'm using a GTX 1080 and with the latest web drivers everything works ok except I am getting the black box flickering in menu bar thing. 

 

I am guessing this is something to do with the transparency?  I am just testing with 'reduce transparency' enabled in Accessibility.  I wouldn't actually mind having the menu bar fully opaque anyway; just wish enabling 'reduce transparency' didn't kill ALL transparency, like in the dock. 

 

Any ideas?  Thanks. 

 

EDIT: 'reduce transparency' makes no difference :o/

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Hi guys,

 

I recently decided to delve into Hackintoshinginging again and installed Sierra.  I'm using a GTX 1080 and with the latest web drivers everything works ok except I am getting the black box flickering in menu bar thing. 

 

I am guessing this is something to do with the transparency?  I am just testing with 'reduce transparency' enabled in Accessibility.  I wouldn't actually mind having the menu bar fully opaque anyway; just wish enabling 'reduce transparency' didn't kill ALL transparency, like in the dock. 

 

Any ideas?  Thanks. 

 

EDIT: 'reduce transparency' makes no difference :o/

Did you try to disable mirroring options in menu bar? (Settings > Display > Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available)

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