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There's also a driver .105 for build 17C2120

 

Yea that's in fact the one I originally asked for. Nvidia finally provided both in one step:

 

WebDriver-378.10.10.10.25.105 - 10.13.12 (17C2120) - special build SMBIOS iMacPro1,1

 

WebDriver-378.10.10.10.25.106  -10.13.12 SA (17C2205) - Supplemental Update special build SMBIOS iMacPro1,1

 

Thanks for the reminder ..

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And what is fixed? Are the slowdowns away? Or is Apple here to blame...? Why these guys never provide a changelog?

 

@KGP-X99: What was not working for you and why you requested that version?

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it is a miracle that they provide a driver for an OSX that clearly prefer others competitor....

:-)

 

And what is fixed? Are the slowdowns away? Or is Apple here to blame...? Why these guys never provide a changelog?


ps 

I think that latest release have nothing or more different but only a version compare with relative OSX release

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Off topic

not so much off topic

 

In rig in my signature with latest 106 drivers and with High Sierra 10.13.2 (17C2205) I have no need to patch apple graphics device policy and also I have not used nvidiagraphicsfixup and any manual method to patch

I have used new iMac Pro 1.1 SMBios and new HS release for it

Could someone verified it in his rig if is it confirmed?

I did a fresh installation

only Nvidia driver install and APPLEALC for audio

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I've got a strange one here. I'm using 10.13.2 (17C205) and the correct web drivers for it (378.10.10.10.25.104) 

 

Problem is the Nvidia Driver Manager shows incompatible version and no newer version available...

 

MacPro6,1 is in use with the AGDP fixed with hardware in signature. It's not an AMD issue as was fine before the security patch. Anyone else had this issue?

 

 

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I've got a strange one here. I'm using 10.13.2 (17C205) and the correct web drivers for it (378.10.10.10.25.104)

 

Problem is the Nvidia Driver Manager shows incompatible version and no newer version available...

 

MacPro6,1 is in use with the AGDP fixed with hardware in signature. It's not an AMD issue as was fine before the security patch. Anyone else had this issue?

Make sure your info.plist in /Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext is set to the right NVDARequiredOS.

 

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

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Make sure your info.plist in /Library/Extensions/NVDAStartupWeb.kext is set to the right NVDARequiredOS.

 

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

 

Yeah first thing I checked. Also tried an uninstall and reinstall of the web drivers,

			<key>NVDARequiredOS</key>
			<string>17C205</string>

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Yeah first thing I checked. Also tried an uninstall and reinstall of the web drivers,

			<key>NVDARequiredOS</key>
			<string>17C205</string>

check also if it is loaded or not and which and where Nvidia kext are located

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Hi,

 

Are there any drivers for 10.13.3 Beta (17D39a)?

 

I cannot install the drivers for 10.13.2.

 

Thanks

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Hi,

 

Are there any drivers for 10.13.3 Beta (17D39a)?

 

I cannot install the drivers for 10.13.2.

 

Thanks

 

See How to build your own iMacPro [successful Build/Extended Guide ] Section E.2 - "Graphics Configuration". There you will find a detailed description on how to implement the 10.13.2 Web Driver for any beta version of 10.3.3.... 

 

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Hi,

 

Are there any drivers for 10.13.3 Beta (17D39a)?

 

I cannot install the drivers for 10.13.2.

 

Thanks

Just edit NVDAStartupWeb.kext

here

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NVDAStartupWeb.kext.zip

 

u can use it

https://cl.ly/oxVO/download/NvWeb_Patcher-V2.zip

credits gengik84

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Black screen with white wheel after driver update. Can not boot without nv_disable=1

 

 

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You beat me to it :D

 

Darn, I thought I was clever for figuring it out. You both beat me to it!

 

Quite a version jump, if it's not just a typo? 378 -> 387? I haven't tried anything yet, but UI animation (opening Applications folder as  a Grid) seems much less smooth than my MBP with Radeon GPU, but that is no different from before.

 

I was getting serious lag when opening multiple Adobe apps so hopefully those kind of things are resolved, guess we'll see

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I just did a clean install on my IvyBridge rig and so far so good and the Combo Update installation is in progress on my Skylake with my fingers crossed

Done!

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So I just copied the NVDAStartup.kext to my desktop and opened the info.plist under Contents and the string for the required OS was blank;  Web driver installed is 378.10.10.10.25.104, and was downloaded from nVidia.

 

Geforce 1080ti seems to be working properly.

 

Since that string is blank, does that mean an update to 10.13.3 should not pose a problem, or should I just wait for the new nVidia Web driver when released.  I am kind of concerned since going from 10.13.2 to 10.13.2 SU hosed me big time, since no new nVidia driver was out.  I have seen the patching info for the NVDAStartup.kext, but perhaps the string being blank bypasses the check?  Can anyone verify this?

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Darn, I thought I was clever for figuring it out. You both beat me to it!

 

Quite a version jump, if it's not just a typo? 378 -> 387? I haven't tried anything yet, but UI animation (opening Applications folder as  a Grid) seems much less smooth than my MBP with Radeon GPU, but that is no different from before.

 

I was getting serious lag when opening multiple Adobe apps so hopefully those kind of things are resolved, guess we'll see

I see some lags while minimizing and maximizing the apps into the dock as well, my R9 270X performs much smoother.

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The latest drivers get automatically pulled from NVIDIA database here https://create.pro/nvidia_drivers

 

Tha latest drivers for "10.13 - 17D47 - 387.10.10.10.25.156" seems to be broken right now, but I hope they get fixed from NVIDIA when available.

 

The link @darthsian posted looks good also. Is it secure to install those drivers as they are not listed on the official lists?

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Tha latest drivers for "10.13 - 17D47 - 387.10.10.10.25.156" seems to be broken right now, but I hope they get fixed from NVIDIA when available.

Looks like it's bad driver too, it never fully boots correctly.

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Yeah, it might be legit, but the driver seems to be bad. During boot it goes into a loop with a spinner and never fully boots. Of course using nv_disable=1 allows it to boot so I can remove the drivers. I'll wait for a fixed driver.

 

EDIT: Downloaded from the UK Nvidia link, and it works fine now.

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