- Jun 10, 2015
- i7 4770k
- nvidia gtx 770
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Great! Which cpu do you have?
Interesting... but reading that thread I noticed it didn't work for some people, although I have almost the same setup I can't give it a try since I'm on macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and everything is smooth but window resizing and playing games - I know mac isn't for games but it's worth noting that it goes extremely lag on very simple games, eg. dota 2 - are still laggy.
Could you try, fully resizing windows back and forth? I noticed lag in this applications only:
- WhatsApp Web Desktop App
- Firefox - if a webpage is loaded
- Microsoft Office suite
- Google Chrome
What I exactly mean is, make the window the smallest possible - it shouldn't lag, mine won't lag also - but then resize it. When buttons and controls are rendered, it makes the whole resizing lag.
Thanks in advance! And btw, it's good to see improvements over this topic and our 1060s hoping one day I'll update to High Sierra and get everything as good as I have it now (or at least - the very best).
Thanks for the tip. It is much faster, maybe even faster than Sierra.Here’s an interesting post about a fix added to NvidiaGraphicsFixup:
I’m interested to see if this fixes the webgl demo stutters
Maybe just HDMI audio working without issues (had them on 610, 1030 and 1050)After downgrading Nvidia drivers, the lag is gone. I don't see a need to switch to AMD graphics. Are there any real benefits to making the switch besides FCPX performance?