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i have strange glitch problem on my fresh 10.13.2 install
the glitch trigered randomly
it may start from subtitle video from firefox or some transparent panel from a program like clover configurator
then the whole desktop will have the graphic glitch every program will be affected
the glitch may clear when toggle the program window zoom in and out but will be likely popup again until restart the system

the glitch can even be captured by the system's own screenshot short cut

the following method i try didnt work

  • nvidia webdriver
  • latest lilu with NvidiaGraphicsFixup
  • different powermanagement setting

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i have a 660ti 2g on my build

it works fine on sierra

i google about my issue and find out that many builds with 660 or 660Ti suffering from glitches like this

any suggestion on how to fix it ? thx in advance

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On 17/03/2018 at 4:47 AM, yaoqb said:

i have a 660ti 2g on my build

it works fine on sierra

i google about my issue and find out that many builds with 660 or 660Ti suffering from glitches like this

any suggestion on how to fix it ? thx in advance

No fix, I was pretty sure that your GFX card was a 660(ti). Solutions : stick with Sierra or buy a new GFX card. I had a GTX660 and I bought a GTX770 (50€) which works great with High sierra.

Some people said that they solved the problem by enabling iGPU but I did not check myself and it seems that it does not work for everybody...

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