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Hey guys, excuse my English but im from Spain and there are many words what I don't know.

 

SO Today I finally figured out how to properly install Mac on my z390 with a 8700k, im now on the desktop with nvram functioning. The reason I need help is because my graphics cars GTX 1060 isn't recognised as seen on the photos. It displays "Screen 8mb" also my processor doesn't seem to be recognized because I can't see its name.

SO here are my questions:1- How I can install my Nvidia graphics  card.   2-  Is there a program or something to see if its all working as on windows desktop?

MOBO: Z390 Aorus Pro WIfi

CPU: 8700k

Graphics Card: Gtx 1060    

 

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1 hour ago, MrPaulfpv said:

Hey guys, excuse my English but im from Spain and there are many words what I don't know.

 

SO Today I finally figured out how to properly install Mac on my z390 with a 8700k, im now on the desktop with nvram functioning. The reason I need help is because my graphics cars GTX 1060 isn't recognised as seen on the photos. It displays "Screen 8mb" also my processor doesn't seem to be recognized because I can't see its name.

SO here are my questions:1- How I can install my Nvidia graphics  card.   2-  Is there a program or something to see if its all working as on windows desktop?

MOBO: Z390 Aorus Pro WIfi

CPU: 8700k

Graphics Card: Gtx 1060    

 

config.plist

Hi there and welcome to InsanelyMac.com

 

In order to get your GPU to work you need to install nVidia Web Drivers in respect to the macOS build number which you can find out by clicking on the macOS version in the "About This Mac" window.

Check this topic which is dedicated to nVidia Web Drivers for macOS High Sierra:

 

Good Luck

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Turns Out i have a none existant build oin the inthernet. this is so rare.

I Have 17G66, no webdrivers for this version in the page you provided.

I ve used  gibMac on windows to prepare my usb stick.

Do you need more files to post?

 

 

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Install latest 10.13.6's updates and you should get to a High Sierra build for which there is an nVidia Web Driver version. Latest  10.13.6's build is 17G12034 and a link to the associated Web Driver is available here.

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So this is So Funny it worked so well

The build now its 17G12034, then without doing enything   ive installed nvidia webdriver and cuda. Automagictly errors everywhere disapear, now procesor is detected, grafics card, etc.

Only thing its not working is usb 2.0 and IServices(im on my way to clear those out)

Thanks a lot Cyberdevs and Hervé you are my heroes

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