I've been using a color-grading station with a mix of ATI and Nvidia card for several years. ATI for display/GUI, Nvidia for Cuda / gpu-accelerated renders.
This worked beautifully, up to 10.12.
I had to upgrade to High Sierra (10.13.6), that is the minimal OS required for DaVinci Resolve...
I recently installed the CUDA driver on my otherwise stable 10.13.6 (17G8030) system. As far as I know, Premiere is the only app I use that uses CUDA.
However when I run Premiere and After effects at the same time I'm guaranteed a Kernel panic within 5 minutes:
Currently running a GTX 780 Ti in Sierra 10.12.6 and thinking about adding a 1080 Ti and use the 780 Ti as a secondary GPU for some extra computation to offload when using multiple applications.
Does anyone know if the drivers will work for both cards? I assume that the Pascal (1080 Ti) is...
I have 1 TitanX (Maxwell) as primary gpu and 2 x Nvidia 1080 GTX. (For 3D Rendering + Motion Graphics)
I am getting gpu acceleration for After Effects 2018 and Maya 2016 with 322.214.171.124.25.106 Nvidia driver. Of course this driver is for macOS 10.13.2 High Sierra (17C2205). But i am on...
I am building a hackintosh for my sister for video editing. She edits in Premiere Pro. As I am new to hackintoshes, as well as OS X, I was wondering which of these two cards was better for GPU acceleration: the two gb 770, or the three gb 7950. Will either even work? Please leave suggestions for...
I'm using Premiere Pro on a frequent basis but have a major problem with the software : whenever I'm trying to render a sequence (Render In Out), the computer restarts randomly. It only takes a few seconds before it shutdown by itself.
I'm not sure why it's happening. Here's what I...
I want to have this community feedback on a pair of questions.
I am perfectly aware of the incompatibility between Mac OS X and the optimus technology a lot of recent laptops are (unfortunately) packing.
My questions come driven by:
My work needs (CUDA+OpenCL on the go)...
While I participated in the Hackintosh scene 10+ years ago, I've recently stepped back into it. This forum has been tremendously helpful thus far in building my customized system, thank you all for the support!
Problem - 1: I can't get the system to boot up when more than 3 GPUs are...
Here is the problem:
When I run Poser 11 and try to animate or move around in 3d space, the program crashes immediately. Also when I try to move windows around it crashes.
What does this have to do with a hackintosh? Well, I'm thinking that it as to do with my build. Here's why. I have...
I have a Hackintosh with x99 and 1080ti. The system seems quite flawless and stable, and it can be burned by P95 and valley (OpenGL) more than one week. For daily use, I also feel well about it.
However, once I execute something using CUDA, the system will crash. To be specific, the screen will...
Hey Guys, how are you doing?
I'm facing random reboots in my builds while on heavy load. By heavy load i mean Adobe Premeire plus Adobe Media Encoder or Davinci Resolve working together and using all resources available.
I have already did the Power Management from Toleda's Posts, and it...
nVidia released new CUDA drivers today: http://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-cuda-387.99-driver.html
This fixes the CUDA drivers needing updating in High Sierra 10.13.2 (and whatever else has been patched).
I'm running 10.12.6 on an i5 4430 with a GTX 950 connected to a 4K screen.
I'd like to record my screen in 4K@60Hz with H.264 encoding. I haven't been able to get this to work.
I have two separate problems:
1) Unable to output 60Hz from GPU
2) Unable to capture screen using hardware support...
Recently I've decided to replace my old GPU with a new one, and considering the recent achievement of WhateverGreen.kext, I still can't choose between buying a GTX 1060 or a RX 580. I will be using it mostly for video editing with Adobe Premiere and After Effects, at the moment I...
Greetings. I'm new to Hackintoshes but used to build PC's years ago. So I am pretty familiar with concepts, builds, general and technical but out of date on current details, especially with a Hackintosh. Been watching tons of YouTube videos to get caught up. So here's my situation...
I have an...
right to the point, I want to make my NVIDIA works so that i'll be able to do video editing more faster because it's extremely slow in premiere with Intel HD3000.. am I going to "injectnvdia" or ?? also I can see my nvdia in graphic (system report)
I just upgraded my Hackintosh that I have been using for a few years, from Yosemite to Sierra using clover and had a clean installation. Multibeast worked fine and almost everything worked. The only thing that didn't work was CUDA, which I need to run Premiere Pro and After Effects...
I change my card form 660ti to a 980ti.
Everything works fine, only the CUDA support not.
I have installed 10.11.6 OSX.
I install latest WebDriver and also latest CUDA driver form Nvidia website.
WebDriver-346.03.15b01.pkg - and after install i updated over...
It's already been 4 years since I went with this build, it has served me well.
I want to upgrade it to 2016 standards. I need more video editing power especially to handle 4k raw footage, and am starting to do a lot of 3d rendering in cinema 4d.
My current set up is:
After a long period NVIDIA releases the new version of Cuda Drivers That supports the NVDIA web Driver version 367.15.10.05f01.
Release Date: 2016.10.03
Operating System: Mac OS
Language: English (U.S.)
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