- Apr 11, 2017
- GTX 770
- Mobile Phone
BINGO!! It works for me.
However, I'm disappointed that Nvidia has not offered up a solution. Last driver version was released May 16.
I spoke with Ray at Nvidia. He made it seem like they have every intention to update the driver, but wouldn't comment about how high of a priority it is. I wonder if they are abandoning Sierra drivers as beta and looking to implement full support in High Sierra. Personally, if I were Nvidia, I wouldn't invest any more money into Sierra knowing that High Sierra is right around the corner and offering eGPU support. Once High Sierra is out, everyone will be all over Nvidia about a new driver anyway, so why focus on Sierra when it's end is near?
Now it just raises the question of, do we keep running the 1060 hoping they will fix it, or do we abandon it now for something else. My 1060 is back in its box ready to ship back to Amazon. I am considering downgrading to a 760, but now I am considering putting it back in and dealing with the glitch for the better performance. I likely won't upgrade to High Sierra for a long time anyway, so I am thinking about what's going to work best with Sierra for at least another year. The 760 seems to be a better candidate, but then when I do upgrade the OS, chances are the 1060 will be supported. It's quite a pickle.