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Solved > Intel HD630 accelleration enabled (quicksync) with Nvidia web driver on 10.13.6 7th Gen

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Motherboard
MSI-Z270-Gaming-Pro
CPU
7600K
Graphics
GTX-1060-6GB
It won't lag when watching 4K 60FPS using QuickTime on MacOS 10.13.6 anymore.
As you can see, CPU isn't using 100% anymore when playing 4k footage.
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To enable hardware decoding acceleration , I followed the tutorial from here:

But till now, shiki.kext and NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext are a part of whatevergreen kext. So it's outdated with whatevergreen.

Here's what I did after installing MacOS 10.13.6 with Nvidia web driver enable.
Motherborad: MSI Z270 Gaming Pro
CPU: i5-7600K (with onboard intel HD630 integrated graphics)
Mem: 8Gx2 at 3000Mhz with XMP enabled
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB

1. In BIOS , advanced, Initial graphics, video primary select PEG
2. Enable IGD monitor
3. Set Integrated graphics shared(DMVE) to 128MB (MSI supports upto 2GB, no need)
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Kexts I used ( I put kexts in folder 10.13 in EFI/Clover/Kexts/10.13)
1. Whatevergreen.kext 1.4.1(only)
2. Lilu.kext 1.4.6

Here's the tutorial in PDF, you can try it yourself! enable_intel_hd630_hardware_decoding_acceleration_with_nvidia_on_macos_10.13.6.pdf
 

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