- Nov 25, 2012
- Gigabyte Z490 D
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Benjamin-Dobell/nvidia-update/master/nvidia-update.sh) 3184.108.40.206.30.103
Yes it does work. The first link I am bale to play with the water, but not sure what it means. The 2nd one I am able to run the two tests. Attached is the results I get.I almost gave up on my 1050ti and was contemplating a switch to RX560. But you fix saved me a lots of hassle. Now there is no lag in 10.30 driver version anymore. Chrome, MPV plays videos without any sutter. Thanks!!
The water test is working for me. I had the hardware acceleration disabled on Chrome with .106 driver since it was quite unusable. Cinebench and GeekBench works as well - Cinebench gave me 110 FPS. Chrome now works smoother than on my MBP laptop. The .106 driver with the old kexts was way slower and problematic on my machine — not to mention sudden WindowServer crashes. All of this is gone now and it seems perfect to me Not sure if I have eye for the detail but to me it's obvious. For the reference — not using any boot flags, CSR set to 0x67, iMac17,1 - attaching some screenshots if they can be of any helpMy first guess was that WebGL/OpenGL doesn't work on 100 series chipsets, but that doesn't seem to be the case. To solve this mystery we have to figure out what's the difference between the people who can and cannot run the "water test" using *30.103, Lilu v1.2.3, and NvidiaGraphicsFixup v1.2.5.