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why nvidia does not have the compatibility list for the 10xx series ? in any WebDriver for any osx version ?

 

and how I can not pass more than 80000 in tests no matter what I do? I have a 1050 ti and does not want more than 80000? how is it possible for some to go, and to others not?

 

What compatibility list are you talking about exactly?

 

The 1050 Ti is a very low-end GPU (GP107).  People getting over 200,000 are using a 1080 or 1080 Ti, which are high-end GPUs.  It's expected that a 1080 Ti (GP102) will be 3x faster than a 1050 Ti.

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Update today  macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 (17C76a)

Install MyWebDrivers.pkg with Nvidia Paylod Packager

Reboot thats it done

GeForce GT 1030 Full Support    B) Thanks Nvidia  :thumbsup_anim:

 

 

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What compatibility list are you talking about exactly?

 

The 1050 Ti is a very low-end GPU (GP107).  People getting over 200,000 are using a 1080 or 1080 Ti, which are high-end GPUs.  It's expected that a 1080 Ti (GP102) will be 3x faster than a 1050 Ti.

 

 

try nvidia download drivers page ...second tab is about compatibility ...check this ... found link in any post about new drivers ... 

 

no cipset make difference ... with 570 or other old chipset I see score like 1080 ... why ? I dont know but is real ... and I return at compatibility list ... black screen, no sound etc etc etc ...was a simple question ... with no answer for moment...

 

for me with any version of kest nvidia or lilu nothing change ...I use a dsdt file ...  any other file no improve performance ... 

 

sorry ....

 

edit : chek this http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/126538/en-us

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try nvidia download drivers page ...second tab is about compatibility ...check this ... found link in any post about new drivers ... 

 

no cipset make difference ... with 570 or other old chipset I see score like 1080 ... why ? I dont know but is real ... and I return at compatibility list ... black screen, no sound etc etc etc ...was a simple question ... with no answer for moment...

I think that's because web drivers were meant for MacPro5,1 (and older) users. Nvidia is just supporting those Kepler GPUs and offers additional support for newer architectures (9xx and 10xx). There are no Macs with Maxwell and Pascal GPUs, so i'm not surprised that our graphics cards don't perform very well under OS X.

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I think that's because web drivers were meant for MacPro5,1 (and older) users. Nvidia is just supporting those Kepler GPUs and offers additional support for newer architectures (9xx and 10xx). There are no Macs with Maxwell and Pascal GPUs, so i'm not surprised that our graphics cards don't perform very well under OS X.

 

 

thank you ... for moment this is a good answer ... but where is this additional support ?   I search but not any "additional" ... in fact I found nothing ... 

 

 

sorry again ... we need more help ....:(  

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thank you ... for moment this is a good answer ... but where is this additional support ?   I search but not any "additional" ... in fact I found nothing ... 

 

 

sorry again ... we need more help .... :(  

 

Maxwell and Pascal GPUs are not officially supported by NVIDIA under macOS.  Only official products that are fully supported under macOS are listed there, which is basically limited to Kepler-generation GPUs (and a few older ones like the Fermi-based Quadro 4000 or Tesla-based GT 120).  Or, in other words, official "Mac Edition" cards for the classic Mac Pro.

 

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/frequently-asked-questions-about-nvidia-pc-non-efi-graphics-cards.1440150/

 

FAQ 7, plus tons of other discussion in that thread, for example.

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thank you ... for moment this is a good answer ... but where is this additional support ? I search but not any "additional" ... in fact I found nothing ...

 

 

sorry again ... we need more help ....:(

He’s saying that our graphics cards are supported but not at 100% like the older cards. This is due to the fact that Apple does with amd for graphics now. Don’t be too hung up on the benchmarks. If your having issues with video editing or something like that maybe amd is the way to go.

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I have problems with final cut ... audio have a delay and video is not cursive 

 

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Notes/Nvidia:

  • Nvidia 10xx/web driver; no HDMI audio on HDMI port after boot. Try all DP connectors and/or DPDVI2HDMI or DVI2HDMI adapters for HDMI audio (4K@60 HDMI requires active DP adapter).
  • macOS only supports video on one HDMI port on a Nvidia graphics card with more than one HDMI port. Use DP2HDMI or DVI2HDMI adapters for multiple HDMI displays (4K@60 HDMI requires active DP adapter).
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I have a 750ti (Maxwell) and it works great once booted into macOS. The only thing I don't get is native resolution during Clover boot.

Have you already tried CsmVideoDxe in Drivers64UEFI?

 

 

I have problems with final cut ... audio have a delay and video is not cursive 

 

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Notes/Nvidia:

  • Nvidia 10xx/web driver; no HDMI audio on HDMI port after boot. Try all DP connectors and/or DPDVI2HDMI or DVI2HDMI adapters for HDMI audio (4K@60 HDMI requires active DP adapter).
  • macOS only supports video on one HDMI port on a Nvidia graphics card with more than one HDMI port. Use DP2HDMI or DVI2HDMI adapters for multiple HDMI displays (4K@60 HDMI requires active DP adapter).
  •  

 

Final Cut relies heavily on OpenCL. Web drivers are not very optimised. A quick compare on geekbench: gtx 1060 vs rx 570 OpenCL performance:

Windows: 1060 -> about 130k    570 -> about 115k

Mac: 1060 -> about 100k     570 -> about 125k (i found just one hack with that: "iMac14,2 with Radeon Pro 575")

It's all about drivers. If your 1050 scores around 60k, it's ok.

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@corint1

80000 is more or less a correct value for 1050 Ti GPU (low end graphic card)

OSX web driver are about 15% slower in my case than windows if I compare OpenCL benchmark

In cuda only 5% less in osx than windows

so Nvidia Web Driver do its job well!

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I have a 750ti (Maxwell) and it works great once booted into macOS. The only thing I don't get is native resolution during Clover boot.

did you try ?

<key>PatchVBios</key>

<true/>
 
Works good here Geforce GT 1030 

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Help me.
infomation my PC
main: EVGA X79 DARK
CPU: E5 2670
Ram 16G DDR3 2400
GTX 1070 Gigabyte
im have install nvidia driver web
Why sorce cinebench very low
help me

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Help me.

infomation my PC

main: EVGA X79 DARK

CPU: E5 2670

Ram 16G DDR3 2400

GTX 1070 Gigabyte

im have install nvidia driver web

Why sorce cinebench very low

help me

 

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/frequently-asked-questions-about-nvidia-pc-non-efi-graphics-cards.1440150/

 

FAQ #19.  In short, Cinebench is CPU limited and you have a very old/slow CPU by today's standards.

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Have you already tried CsmVideoDxe in Drivers64UEFI?

 

If you look at my signature, you will see I do not have a UEFI mobo. Therefore CsmVideoDxe is not appropriate.

 

did you try ?

<key>PatchVBios</key>

<true/>
 
Works good here Geforce GT 1030 

 

Yes and it does not work.

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If you look at my signature, you will see I do not have a UEFI mobo. Therefore CsmVideoDxe is not appropriate.

Yes and it does not work.

Are you injecting the correct resolution under Gui section in config.plist?

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I have a 750ti (Maxwell) and it works great once booted into macOS. The only thing I don't get is native resolution during Clover boot.

AFAIK Nvidia has limitations for reso with vesa mode; my native display is 1366x768 however only 1360x768 is max supported << so I use the last one selected on Clover GUI. So, choose closest one to ur native disp reso, I guess.

 

Terminal: bdmesg

 

 

0:464  0:045  0 640x480 attr=3BF - ok, 640x480, working, highest, pref=0
0:466  0:001  1 800x600 attr=3BF - ok, 800x600, working, highest, pref=1
0:467  0:001  2 1024x768 attr=3BF - ok, 1024x768, working, highest, pref=2
0:478  0:010  3 1360x768 attr=3BF - ok
0:478  0:000  BV new mode: 2 1024x768
.....  .....  ..
1:773  0:000  === [ InitScreen ] ========================================
1:773  0:000  SetScreenResolution: 1360x768 - setting Mode 3
1:773  0:000  BV new mode: 3 1360x768
2:070  0:297  Video mode change to mode #3: Success
2:132  0:061  Console modes reported: 4, available modes:
2:132  0:000   - [01]: 80x25
2:132  0:000   - [03]: 100x31
2:132  0:000   - [04]: 170x40 (current mode)
2:132  0:000  SetScreenResolution: 1360x768 - already set
.....  .....  .. 

 

 

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Does Apple or Nvidia decide if the pascal-series will support hevc?

Is Apple blocking nvidia or is it just a matter of updating the drives for nvidia?

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17C79a is good to go using chris1111's Nvidia packager  :plane:

New Nvidia Payload Packager  :)

The Readme is include in the app, + new Video in Readme

Important to watch the new Video in the readme

 

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Attaching the new app here, also available ➤  in my sig 

 

Enjoy :D

Nvidia Payload Packager.zip

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All fixed.   :thumbsup_anim: 
for correct installation «NvidiaVebDrv> it is necessary to set SIP - Enabled.

Kext.plist =

<key>NVIDIAWebDrv</key>
<string>No</string>

 

Boot.plist =

<key>CsrActiveConfig</key>
<string>0</string>

 

Reboot  - Then install web_drv. 

 

378.10.10.10.20.109  Auto update - NVIDIA Driver Manager. SIP - Enabled.

Everything works fine. :yes: 


My loading conditions

 

 

kernel.plist=

<key>KernelBooter_kexts</key>

<string>Yes</string>
<key>KernelPm</key>
<string>No</string>
<key>KernelSSE3</key>
<string>Yes</string>

 

kext.plist=

<key>InjectKexts</key>
<string>Detect</string>
<key>NVIDIAWebDrv</key>
<string>Yes</string>

 

Boot.plist=

<key>BooterConfig</key>
<string>28</string>
<key>CsrActiveConfig</key>
<string>1</string>
<key>EthernetBuiltIn</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GenerateCStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>GeneratePStates</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>Graphics Mode</key>
<string>2560x1440x32</string>
<key>Instant Menu</key>
<string>Yes</string>
<key>Kernel</key>
<string>/System/Library/Kernels/mach_kernel</string>
<key>Kernel Flags</key>
<string></string>
<key>KernelCache</key>
<string>/System/Library/PrelinkedKernels/prelinkedkernel</string>
<key>VBIOS</key>
<string>Yes</string>

 

 

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macOS High Sierra bêta 10.13.2 (17C83a)  Dell Optiplex 790 

Geforce GT 1030 2gig Nvidia Payload Packager 

with WebDriver-378.10.10.10.20.107.pkg

Full Graphics acceleration great little card 

2226636975.gifThank you Nvidia !

 

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