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Most likely yes, the GPU. I'm on Nvidia with no such issue.

 

Oh well, one week of more power consumption then lol (that is, if they fix this issue until next release). But at least iMovie seems to work now with the RX480, on 10.13.1 it wouldnt save files..

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Update went fine

 

I did in this way without disinstallng web driver

 

Instal beta 2

reboot and finish automatic installation

when beta 2 login appear I have executed Gengis84 script to patch plist (NvidiaWebStartup)

then reboot

then web driver is active

 

no Nvidia web driver disinstallation need

 

Grazie Giacomo!

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No problems here on my Optiplex 790.
 

I downloaded the update from the appstore

while the update was downloading I replaced NVDARequiredOS in NVDAStartupWeb.kext with 17C67b and fixed kext permissions

then I installed the update and once finished, booted with functional nvidia webdrivers  :)

 

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EDIT:

 

Update also went without problems on my Probook:

 

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Update fine here with some Graphics Test with the Gibabyte Geforce GT 710 2gig

and the Geforce GT 1030 2gig  :)

also my ATI Radeon HD 5570 OOB

 

 

 

 the Gigabyte Geforce GT 710 2gig works OOB so I not need web Drivers  :P

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For my Geforce GT 1030  I still use my winning method ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager all is good  B)

Thanks NVIDIA and Apple

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ATI Radeon HD 5570 Works OOB  :)

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EDIT  ***

Update also my Laptop HP ProBook Working great same like the  first Update 

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Update fine here with some Graphics Test with the Gibabyte Geforce GT 710 2gig

and the Geforce GT 1030 2gig  :)

also my ATI Radeon HD 5570 OOB

 

 

 

 the Gigabyte Geforce GT 710 2gig works OOB so I not need web Drivers  :P

71010.jpg

 

For my Geforce GT 1030  I still use my winning method ➤ Nvidia Payload Packager all is good  B)

Thanks NVIDIA and Apple

gt_10310.jpg

 

ATI Radeon HD 5570 Works OOB  :)

untitl14.png

 

EDIT  ***

Update also my Laptop HP ProBook Working great same like the  first Update 

 sans_t20.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

do you update apfs.efi?  lilu.kext 1.2.1 released?

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Well, updated to 10.13.2 Beta 2 (17C67b) w/o problem, but few things a little bit confusing here..

Take a look at red highlighted lines below LoL  :P I'm still happy that my GF119 is QE/CI enabled though..

 

 

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@Badruzeus

 

Just a little feedback - To my knowledge CUDA-Z only checks current os native driver version installed (used or not) which in your case is 355.11.10.10.20.111, while CUDA's Panel is only showing current nvidia driver version used (if not used, then is showing 'No Version found'), it could be os native driver or web driver, it depends on which one you're using.

 

OpenGL Viewer is showing (as you can guess) the current Nvidia OpenGL driver version used by the current renderer (your graphics card) - These two do not need to have the same bundle version, I guess only a few of them have ben updated, nothing abnormal.  ^_^

 

Sorry if it's a bit (poorly explained) confusing.  :P

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10.13.1 and 10.13.2 broke my sleep, I've no clue what could be causing it...

 

>rx480 gpu with latest lillu and whatevergreen (sleep works on 10.13.0 with this setup)

>latest clover 4293

>apfs file system

>unplugged all USB devices

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@Braduzeus, @chris1111, @fabiosun

Thank you friends! Soon i will test your suggestions and then report ?

No way to get my GTX with acceleration in 10.13.2 beta. I have tested all your suggestions and options and the result is always the same! The OS assumes the web driver, but behaves as if it had not installed, without acceleration. Never before had this happened to me, but there is always a first time...

I'm going to update to 10.13.2 beta 2 and try it all over again.

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10.13.1 and 10.13.2 broke my sleep, I've no clue what could be causing it...

 

>rx480 gpu with latest lillu and whatevergreen (sleep works on 10.13.0 with this setup)

>latest clover 4293

>apfs file system

>unplugged all USB devices

My sleep is broken too on same graphics.

I think we need updated whatevergreen kext. 

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No way to get my GTX with acceleration in 10.13.2 beta. I have tested all your suggestions and options and the result is always the same! The OS assumes the web driver, but behaves as if it had not installed, without acceleration. Never before had this happened to me, but there is always a first time...

I'm going to update to 10.13.2 beta 2 and try it all over again.

When nvidia released the first WebDrivers for 10.13, I also had no acceleration. Some others reported similar issues too back then... this was fixed in the next version they released. So it might be a bug which could be fixed when they release the new WebDrivers

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My sleep is broken too on same graphics.

I think we need updated whatevergreen kext. 

I have the latest release from github (there have been 3 minor commits since, doubt that any of them is significant for our issue)

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I like it. Big improvement in system responsiveness over already fast SATA SSD I had before.

 

Got this one for $250 though—not worth the $300+ they usually cost IMO.

 

Just a shame 10.13 won't boot it faster.

 

Did you try the NVMe patch to fix the slow boot?

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17C67b upgrade went fine. HWP seems to be working again, so that's neat.

 

iTunes still crashing though. Something about a thread collision.

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Was

Wasn't aware there was one for 10.13. Link?

 

Sorry, It was a mistake. I read again the patch for NVMe (from Piker's blog) and It's only for macOS Sierra. I didn't notice this point. 

So, We will have to wait for a Clover patch to fix the slow boot.

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