Hey guys, i just have a quick question. I am wanting to upgrade my Nvida Gt 120 Graphics card to a Nvida Geforce Gtx 1050. I know i need to install new drivers. Will this card fit and work in my mac? I know i have to get more power. This card will be used for After Effects, Premier Pro and Final cut. I'll also use it for some games such as Rocket League and Gta V. Anyways thanks for reading.
I bought that card, and have the same Mac Pro. I tried every NVIDIA driver I could find, (Nvidia doesn't make it easy to locate all the various Mac drivers). Most wouldn't even install with Sierra, the few that would didn't work. Monitor stayed black for a very long time after boot. I didn't expect to see the boot screen, but I did think it would eventually show the desktop ? I'm returning to the card tomorrow.
There is a big community of Nvidia/Mac addicted waiting since 6 months for Apple and Nvidia releasing drivers with Pascal/1050/1070/1080 and Titan X PAScal support. Both Apple and Nvidia are "in charge"... unfortunately not able to support this newest pascal architecture (maybe because Apple focuses on AMD?).
I can't believe its been this long and Apple still hasn't attempted to work with nvidia to create drivers for the 10 series. Its not nvidia's fault. They are willing to create the drivers, but Apple isn't co-operating at all. This is absurd and needs to become a priority. It's been long enough. Obviously shows that Apple doesn't care about its customers after they've made their purchase.
It is possible to currently use them in a classic Mac Pro but only when using Windows via Boot Camp. You will have to wait for Mac drivers before these cards can be used in OS X. This is on the assumption drivers will eventually arrive.
Hi tko03, Yes the card will work. I'm running an Nvidea Geforce GTX 1050 Ti 4 MB in my MacPro 5.1 (Mid2012). With MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 and latest Nvidea web drivers. After upgrading from a GTX 760Ti SC which also worked very well. This is why I have kept my MacPro's.
It turns out that NVIDIA actually released one version of the Web Drivers with Volta support: 322.214.171.124.15.108 (opens new window). However, this version was reported as unstable for some users and NVIDIA pulled it soon afterward. Ever since, no further versions of the Web Drivers have been released with Volta support. Because of the reported bugginess and that NVIDIA has pulled these drivers, we're going to treat them as unsupported.
Note to 32-bit Windows users: Beginning with the release of driver version 390, Nvidia will not be releasing any more drivers with support for 32-bit operating systems. Both Windows and Linux users will be required to upgrade to a 64-bit system should they wish to use the most up-to-date drivers available.
Because of Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 I needed high sierra. So I just did it. There was a problem with the graphics card (macOS graphic drivers where not recognizing the card and I had to use NVIDIA driver).
Windows 10 can detect new graphics cards and install the drivers automatically. However the drivers are not up-to-date and sometimes interfere with setting up an external GPU. We recommend using DDU to uninstall the Radeon Pro drivers that came with Apple Boot Camp drivers (part of Boot Camp Assistant in macOS). DDU can also disable Windows automated graphics drivers installation so that you have full control of which drivers version to use. If you have a Mac with Radeon dGPU and plan on using a Radeon eGPU, the modified drivers from bootcampdrivers.com is the best approach to use both dGPU and eGPU concurrently.
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Hi, recently my gpu stopped working, it didn't even let me boot into windows until I uninstalled the drivers from safe mode, I tried multiple drivers but they wouldn't work, the PC would crash while installing the drivers in normal mode and wouldn't boot up again, the drivers would install while in safe mode but the same problem occurred during boot. I saw JayzTwoCents video where he was having a very similar issue and it was fixed by flashing the BIOS, how do I flash the BIOS on my GPU, I can't check what BIOS version it has because the PC only boots up in normal mode with drivers of my integrated card. The GPU is a GV-N760OC-2GD (rev. 2.0)
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