Actually the 970 (and probably 980) has issues with Adobe apps. I have to turn down acceleration settings in app and still get glitches.
I wonder if a fully working card even exists anymore for osx86. I had to change my 760 because I had to disable GPU acceleration altogether in Lightroom with some later versions.
These days I try to survive on this OS and do all the work I can. I'm sure there will come a time when osx86 has become so glitchy/unstable I'll have to move back to Windows (other option is buying an iMac for a small fortune)
Personally I wouldn't even recommend the 7/9 series anymore if you're doing graphic work.
When I was buying my machine in June 2016, it wasn't, because the Pascal line was just out. And the store where I ordered from added an amazing discount, I could've gotten the 980ti for about 30€ cheaper compared to the GTX 1070, but I decided against it for better in-game performance, in hopes that drivers will eventually come.
If I wanted to change my GPU, I would've done so already. But it seems pointless to do it now, my GTX 1070 has lost too much value now and the GTX 980 ti is about 1.5 years old, which is starting to become a risky purchase. I'll wait for the next line GPU line with support on Hackintosh and upgrade then. Enough time has passed for me to get used to working on windows for tasks where I require improved GPU performance.
after changing mac definitions I got the ripple effect. Still not impressed by these drivers or my video cards performance in OS x but, maybe itll work a lot better for mac things like video editing etc