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^^^^Been that way for as long as I can remember.  The supported page only lists "Mac Edition" cards, not all cards that work in a Mac environment.  My card is a GTX 1080 flashed by MVC.
 
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9 minutes ago, flowrider said:

^^^^Been that way for as long as I can remember.  The supported page only lists "Mac Edition" cards, not all cards that work in a Mac environment.  My card is a GTX 1080 flashed by MVC.

 

Lou

Yes, BUT, the GTX-760, (no matter what make of card), is "Native" to MacOS and thus won't be listed as requiring Web Drivers.  The only concern on a Non-Mac-Flashed GTX-760 is the fact that in Sierra and above that the card WON'T display a Boot Screen.

 

I agree, though, that for CUDA Driver Support that he should install the appropriate NVIDIA Web Driver for the OS.  MacVidCards, (MVC - abbreviated by Lou), charges around $100 for Flashing a Non-Mac Card - AND they still sell that card themselves, used of course.

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I updated my system to 17G5019 and I found the appropriate Nvidia web drivers for this version. Installed them, and then installed CUDA and it works well now! Thank you for your information. My graphics card don't need any patch, it was handled natively by OSX out of the box, until 10.13 which now I needed to install web drivers for CUDA to work.

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8 hours ago, Mr. Par said:

I updated my system to 17G5019 and I found the appropriate Nvidia web drivers for this version. Installed them, and then installed CUDA and it works well now! Thank you for your information. My graphics card don't need any patch, it was handled natively by OSX out of the box, until 10.13 which now I needed to install web drivers for CUDA to work.

I'm glad that everything is working now.  Yes, as previously stated, ANY GTX-760 is "Native" to MacOS; just that IF the card is a PC Card/Non-Flashed you won't get the Apple Boot Screen.  Sorry that you had this experience with High Sierra, and now need the additional Web Drivers to keep the CUDA Driver working.  Again, I'm glad it's all working for you now.

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New NVIDIA Driver 387.10.10.10.40.122 released in the past hour and a half.  (Now 7:43 PM - Pacific.)

 

I didn't have to do anything special, just came back from dinner to check on the Hackintosh, and found the NVIDIA Updater Popup stating the new Driver was ready to Install.

 

OpenCL and OpenGL are present on the MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card on the Hackintosh.  (Still being stripped from the EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Card which is Secondary.)

 

I will Update the Mac Pro tomorrow.

 

Good luck everyone.

 

387.10.10.10.40.122
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19 hours ago, TimeLord04 said:

New NVIDIA Driver 387.10.10.10.40.122 released in the past hour and a half.  (Now 7:43 PM - Pacific.)

 

I didn't have to do anything special, just came back from dinner to check on the Hackintosh, and found the NVIDIA Updater Popup stating the new Driver was ready to Install.

 

OpenCL and OpenGL are present on the MacVidCards' GTX-1070 8GB Card on the Hackintosh.  (Still being stripped from the EVGA GTX-1050 2GB Card which is Secondary.)

 

I will Update the Mac Pro tomorrow.

 

Good luck everyone.

 


387.10.10.10.40.122

 

Installed without issues. Performance is about the same.

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Just Updated the Mac Pro to 387.10.10.10.40.122. All is well, just like on the Hackintosh.  The Mac GTX-970 4GB GDDR5 VRAM Card on the Mac Pro has OpenCL and OpenGL.  The Secondary EVGA GTX-1050 2GB GDDR5 VRAM Card is still STRIPPED of OpenCL and OpenGL.  (Just like the Hackintosh.)

 

Battle.net App and StarCraft:Remastered run fine on both machines.

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well, after update, black screen and stuck at IOConsoleUsers: gIOScreenLockState 3

rollback to older version
any idea how to fix that?

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Just downloaded the new update on High Sierra, and the random 1-2 sec freeze/lag problem is still there...

Still having them every time one of these happen:

  • Quit an app
  • Close a Safari tab
  • Sutting down / restarting
  • + other instances... (closing processes?)


Anyone have any idea how to work around this?

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HI I updated with last security and now I got a 17G6022 version and I can't find the right web driver for. I tried to patch with Easy web driver patcher without success. Can someone give some advice? Thanks

 

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^^^AFAIK, you downloaded a Beta security update.  Nvidia does not issue drivers for Beta OSs.  However, the pulled 387.10.10.15.15.108 web driver should work.  Though Nvidia's current instruction is to completely uninstall that driver.  But, just for the record, I am still using it.

 

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39 minutes ago, flowrider said:

^^^AFAIK, you downloaded a Beta security update.  Nvidia does not issue drivers for Beta OSs.  However, the pulled 387.10.10.15.15.108 web driver should work.  Though Nvidia's current instruction is to completely uninstall that driver.  But, just for the record, I am still using it.

 

Lou

I' m currently running .113 and if I try .118 it doesnt' let me of course. Ok I'll try to uninstall .113 and do it again

 

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Posted (edited)

^^^^Actually the latest Nvidia web driver is 387.10.10.10.40.122, but it's for HS build (17G5019).

 

Lou

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56 minutes ago, flowrider said:

^^^^Actually the latest Nvidia web driver is 387.10.10.10.40.122, but it's for HS build (17G5019).

 

Lou

I had to recover from a Time Machine backup. My version is 10.13.6 (17G4015) with .113 working. Thanks for your help. 

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I’m on high Sierra with the latest drivers running a 1070. 

 

I dual boot for gaming. What’s the best NVIDIA GPU that works with high sierra and these drivers?

 

1080ti?

Any 2060/2070/2080 support?

 

thx

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1 hour ago, TurbineSeaplane said:

I’m on high Sierra with the latest drivers running a 1070. 

 

I dual boot for gaming. What’s the best NVIDIA GPU that works with high sierra and these drivers?

 

1080ti?

Any 2060/2070/2080 support?

 

thx

ONLY Maxwell and Pascal Cards "require" NVIDIA Web Drivers...  That said; as recently revealed, ALSO - IF you plan to run CUDA, EVEN IF your Card is "Native" to MacOS, you WILL NEED to install the NVIDIA Web Driver.

 

Turing, (the 20x0 Cards), DO NOT yet work in ANY MacOS.  The NVIDIA Drivers for Sierra and High Sierra DO NOT support them.  Mojave, has NO Web Drivers, and until NVIDIA and Apple "play nice" together, NO Web Drivers will exist for Mojave.

 

[EDIT:]

 

So, the Highest Card available that is Supported by NVIDIA Web Driver is the GTX-1080Ti.

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55 minutes ago, TurbineSeaplane said:

Thank you!

You're welcome...  Just wished I had better news for the Turing cards.  We can still hope...

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Hello, Having a early 2009 Mac Pro (modified to a 5.1) with gtx-970, i updated from 13.3 (it was doing fine then) to 13.6  high sierra and updated the nvidia web driver to 387.10.10.10.40.122 and the screen does stay black.

It seems to toggle back to the OS X graphic card driver sometimes. Is there a a solution to this or should i simply wait for the next driver from nvidia? 

 

Help would be strongly appreciated!

 

 

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