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I am having problems with 10-bit color, is there anybody who was able to get 10-bit color output with an GTX1080 TI?

No matter which program I use - I always get black screens when I switch to 30-bit output…

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I am having problems with 10-bit color, is there anybody who was able to get 10-bit color output with an GTX1080 TI?

No matter which program I use - I always get black screens when I switch to 30-bit output…

 

Not sure about 1080ti but it works on  Titan Xp in photoshop.

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I am having problems with 10-bit color, is there anybody who was able to get 10-bit color output with an GTX1080 TI?

No matter which program I use - I always get black screens when I switch to 30-bit output…

 

I have the GTX 1070 and 30-bit doesn't work for me anymore (it did in Sierra). Just get a black screen like you describe. Hopefully it comes back in a future driver update.

Photoshop does seem to support 30-bit still, strangely.

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For me yes, but doesn't go in sleep mode. (instat wake)

this is so strange... on my display only mouse and black screen... works ok on dvi-d. sleep also ok. I thinked maybe after web driver update will start work displayport... on Sierra worked just great

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do. you mean this?

 

I have the GTX 1070 and 30-bit doesn't work for me anymore (it did in Sierra). Just get a black screen like you describe. Hopefully it comes back in a future driver update.

Photoshop does seem to support 30-bit still, strangely.

 


have you tried to delete any ssdt or dsdt graphics related and put in clover/kext/other nvidiagraphicsfixup kext?

 

this is so strange... on my display only mouse and black screen... works ok on dvi-d. sleep also ok. I thinked maybe after web driver update will start work displayport... on Sierra worked just great

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do. you mean this?

 

 

have you tried to delete any ssdt or dsdt graphics related and put in clover/kext/other nvidiagraphicsfixup kext?

my DSDT contains only 
                Device (GFX1)
                {
                    Name (_ADR, Zero)  // _ADR: Address
                    Method (_SUN, 0, NotSerialized)  // _SUN: Slot User Number
                    {
                        Return (SNUM ())
                    }

                    Method (_DSM, 4, NotSerialized)  // _DSM: Device-Specific Method
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                        Store (Package (0x18)
                            {
                                "@2,AAPL,boot-display", 
                                Buffer (One)
                                {
                                     0x02                                           
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                                "device-id", 
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I would try to disable dsdt in clover dsdt option and put kext nvidiafixup 1.20

Latest kext fixes policy and black screen with signal

I am using only a single ssdt to rename gfx

And it is working

All port are working

I have not tried 4K display

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I would try to disable dsdt in clover dsdt option and put kext nvidiafixup 1.20

Latest kext fixes policy and black screen with signal

I am using only a single ssdt to rename gfx

And it is working

All port are working

I have not tried 4K display

 

I have 30-bit working fine in Photoshop. But for macOS in general it is not (but it was working in Sierra).

 

In System Profiler, my display is shown like this:

 

LG Ultra HD:

  Resolution:    2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz

  Framebuffer Depth:    24-Bit Color (ARGB8888)

 

It used to be able to go to 30-bit color (ARGB20101010). Now when you switch from 24 to 30 bit in ResXtreme, screen just goes black and you have to screenshare back in to reset it back to 24 bit. My monitor is 30bit/10bit capable.

 

I am already using NvidiaGraphicsFixup 1.20, it makes no difference for this particular problem. I think the web drivers just don't support it yet.

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I would try to disable dsdt in clover dsdt option and put kext nvidiafixup 1.20

Latest kext fixes policy and black screen with signal

I am using only a single ssdt to rename gfx

And it is working

All port are working

I have not tried 4K display

sorry, but i don't see the logic. DSDT method it's the same like your SSDT just one file for all devices... i am right?

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yes you are right

HS is doing toghter nvidiawebdriver some strange behavior and it is different from user and user

If your display port is not working..I would try different ways you used before..

It is not a question about logic.. :-)

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yes you are right

HS is doing toghter nvidiawebdriver some strange behavior and it is different from user and user

If your display port is not working..I would try different ways you used before..

It is not a question about logic.. :-)

 

it's all about finding illogical ways :)

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Could yo explain better this 30 bit output problem?

Wich monitor are you using?

Have you also a quadro card connected which have a native 10bit output?

Thank you

 

i don't think the Photoshop 30bit checkbox has something to do with the monitor output.

when switching to 10-Bit color output I get black screen. Both of my monitors support 10-Bit so I think the Problem is driver or system related.

 

I'm using Lilu 1.2.0 + NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext 1.2.0 in EFI-Volume

 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti:

 

  Chipsatz-Modell: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

  Typ: GPU

  Bus: PCIe

  PCIe-Lane-Breite: x16

  VRAM (gesamt): 11 GB

  Hersteller: NVIDIA (0x10de)

  Geräte-ID: 0x1b06

  Versions-ID: 0x00a1

  ROM-Version: VBIOS 86.02.39.00.01

  Metal: Unterstützt, Funktionsset OSX_GPUFamily1 v2

  Displays:

Cintiq 27QHDT:

  Auflösung: 2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz

  Framepuffertiefe: 24-Bit Farbe (ARGB8888)

  Display-Seriennummer: 0006HBQ100418

  Hauptdisplay: Ja

  Synchronisierung: Aus

  Eingeschaltet: Ja

  Rotation: Unterstützt

  Helligkeit automatisch anpassen: Nein

  Verbindungstyp: DisplayPort

CS270:

  Auflösung: 2560 x 1440

  Framepuffertiefe: 24-Bit Farbe (ARGB8888)

  Synchronisierung: Aus

  Eingeschaltet: Ja

  Rotation: Unterstützt

  Helligkeit automatisch anpassen: Nein

  Verbindungstyp: DisplayPort

 

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i don't think the Photoshop 30bit checkbox has something to do with the monitor output.

when switching to 10-Bit color output I get black screen. Both of my monitors support 10-Bit so I think the Problem is driver or system related.

 

I'm using Lilu 1.2.0 + NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext 1.2.0 in EFI-Volume

 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti:

 

  Chipsatz-Modell: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

  Typ: GPU

  Bus: PCIe

  PCIe-Lane-Breite: x16

  VRAM (gesamt): 11 GB

  Hersteller: NVIDIA (0x10de)

  Geräte-ID: 0x1b06

  Versions-ID: 0x00a1

  ROM-Version: VBIOS 86.02.39.00.01

  Metal: Unterstützt, Funktionsset OSX_GPUFamily1 v2

  Displays:

Cintiq 27QHDT:

  Auflösung: 2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz

  Framepuffertiefe: 24-Bit Farbe (ARGB8888)

  Display-Seriennummer: 0006HBQ100418

  Hauptdisplay: Ja

  Synchronisierung: Aus

  Eingeschaltet: Ja

  Rotation: Unterstützt

  Helligkeit automatisch anpassen: Nein

  Verbindungstyp: DisplayPort

CS270:

  Auflösung: 2560 x 1440

  Framepuffertiefe: 24-Bit Farbe (ARGB8888)

  Synchronisierung: Aus

  Eingeschaltet: Ja

  Rotation: Unterstützt

  Helligkeit automatisch anpassen: Nein

  Verbindungstyp: DisplayPort

to test I have installed Rextreme

I have two monitor

DELL 2707 WFP

Philips 278G4

 

for RESxtreme app both are 10 bit compatible...

I didn't know it

However if I set 10 bit resolution I have black screen with signal

 

I do not have a real 10 bit monitor to test also I think I should have need of a real 10 bit output card like a quadro card

but hey..it is only an opinion! :-)

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this is so strange... on my display only mouse and black screen... works ok on dvi-d. sleep also ok. I thinked maybe after web driver update will start work displayport... on Sierra worked just great

In my testing, different port combinations yielded different results. I have 2 displayport monitors and 1 hdmi working with no black screen, but if I use other combinations I end up with at least one screen black.

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to test I have installed Rextreme

I have two monitor

DELL 2707 WFP

Philips 278G4

 

for RESxtreme app both are 10 bit compatible...

I didn't know it

However if I set 10 bit resolution I have black screen with signal

 

I do not have a real 10 bit monitor to test also I think I should have need of a real 10 bit output card like a quadro card

but hey..it is only an opinion! :-)

it seems that my display is 8 bit (6bit+frc). tested with 8/10 bit output displayport=black screen + mouse. dvi-d 8bit ok/ 10bit black screen + mouse

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I have the GTX 1070 and 30-bit doesn't work for me anymore (it did in Sierra). Just get a black screen like you describe. Hopefully it comes back in a future driver update.

Photoshop does seem to support 30-bit still, strangely.

I tried to change the color depth to 30-bit few weeks ago and the same thing happened to me. It also gave me the black screen.

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after reading a lot about 10-bit color output, it seems we have to buy a expensive Quadro Card to use Photoshops 30-bit mode,

because PS uses Open-GL and 30-Bit open-gl needs a Quadro card…

 

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3011/

 

I think that information is a bit out of date. Check here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/comments/6925uy/true_10bit_with_adobe_photoshop_is_now_possible/

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Check your display settings and then compare with article photos

Differences are on how osx named ARGB8888 8x4=32

In photos is the same but old sierra named it 32bit instead 24bit like in high sierra happens

In my opinion if that solution was really working

Today nvidia has locked again this chance because if it was real 6k card will stay in their office and for many pro people on colorcorrection for their job they could spend 300€ for a 1060ti to be gold

I hope nvidia unlocks it again to test or maybe we can do a mix with sierra driver...who know? :))

And then ResXtreme app says also not 10bit monitor capable are 10bit so i have some doubts about it

Mine are surely not 10(real) bit monitors

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