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  1. CrashMidnick

    Solved > Will someone please check that GTX 660 is properly installed in Mojave 10.14.3

    Gtx 660 is native under Mojave. There is no supported web driver for Mojave. Moreover Gtx 660 does not work well since High Sierra, you will have artifacts. If you do not have them maybe you can share your kext or config to people that have problems, see the link below...
  2. CrashMidnick

    How vital is it to choose a monitor from the buyers guide

    Nothing special to do.
  3. CrashMidnick

    Advantages of headless graphics

    If you do not have IGPU activated, there is no need to do anything. Headless tells to the OS that no output can be done via the IGPU. So it will use most likely the GPU when possible.
  4. CrashMidnick

    How vital is it to choose a monitor from the buyers guide

    You can chose whatever you want. Of course try to avoid VGA/DVI. Displayport is the way to go.
  5. CrashMidnick

    Is there any way to fix glitches on 10.14? ( nvidia gtx 660)

    The only free solution is to revert back to Sierra (High Sierra and Mojave not possible with GTX660 if you do not want to play Tetris every day :)). Today the best option is to use a RX560, RX570, RX580, Vega 56 or Vega 64. You can find a second hand GTX770 too but I am pretty sure you will have...
  6. CrashMidnick

    Is there any way to fix glitches on 10.14? ( nvidia gtx 660)

    No solution, change your graphic card if you need Mojave.
  7. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    Put the file attached in EFI/clover/ACPI/patched
  8. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    I am not at home until Friday. Share your original DSDT. You can check also in _DSM (into device PEG1, assuming PEG1 is your 1080 ti).
  9. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    Unfortunately no. However you can try the code above, I am pretty sure it will work as I added this to my original DSDT and it worked. Otherwise try to ask him.
  10. CrashMidnick

    Resolution stuck at 1280x1024 on Mojave

    If you did a fresh install of Mojave or do not have any time machine backup of previous MacOS, no.
  11. CrashMidnick

    Resolution stuck at 1280x1024 on Mojave

    GTX980 is not supported, no solution for that GPU at the moment on Mojave. You can only try to boot on the iGPU but, of course, all 3D apps will be slow but at least it will be usable. If you want full GTX 980 support, High Sierra is the only option.
  12. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    Nothing... I just uninstalled the nvidia webdriver and CUDA.
  13. CrashMidnick

    NVIDIA Mojave Support ? hmmmmm

    Nice ;)
  14. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    As far I can see on Gigabyte website, chipset is OK (Lan, Audio, PCI-E 16x 8x...). Well most Z370/Z390 motherboards are compatible now with 8th Intel CPU generation. You do not need to disable the AMD in Windows. Examples : - Only one monitor : connect both cards to it, then switch with your...
  15. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    Because I am pretty sure that MacOS will use the card in the first slot only. As far as I know, you cannot swap between graphic cards in MacOS as you would do in Windows. Be sure to have 2 8x PCI-E gen3 slot in your future motherboard ! Sorry I cannot help you, I do not understand how he managed...
  16. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    Yes only one PSU (ANTEC 620W) for RX580 Nitro+ and EVGA GTX 1060 SC (overclocked by myself) + I7 3770K overclocked to 4,3 GHZ + 2 HDD + 2 SSD. I was playing Shadow of the Tomb Raider during 1 hour without any problem on windows with the GTX (fans stopped on the RX580 so Idle) and played Alien...
  17. CrashMidnick

    Using multiple monitors(GPU + iGPU)

    No VGA support on MacOS so I do not think you will be able to use it. Edit: your motherboard seems to have a DVI connector, maybe a DVI to vga adapter will work...
  18. CrashMidnick

    Dual Boot, Dual Card Mojave? [AMD - Mac, Nvidia - PC]

    I did the dual GPU configuration on my "old" Z77 motherboard (2013 or so). I see no reason why it should not work on a modern motherboard. 1080ti will not bottleneck with 8x gen3.0 PCI-E. Only RTX 2080Ti can (about 10% less as far as I know). Your 850 PSU should be good as the GPU you will not...
  19. CrashMidnick

    Sapphire RX580 Pulse - No video from HDMI

    Check if you do not have CSM enabled (needs to be disabled) in your bios and/or if you have CsmVideoDxe-64 in EFi/Clover/driver64UEFI (needs to be removed).
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