- Nov 29, 2011
- Gigabyte H370M-D3H-Clover
- RX 570, 1920x1080
- Mobile Phone
Why does one need these drivers? I've got a 650Ti...theoretically, what will this do?
CUDA still needs to be updated (but there is no newer version available)
Based on the past few updates I predict we'll see the CUDA update in the next couple of days...
I just installed this update, and added the nvda_drv=1 key to the boot args. Looks exactly as the example shown... however it still lists that I'm using the OS X driver. Any suggestions?
Where do I put the nvda_drv=1? I already tried this:
<string>darkwake=0 PCIRootUID=1 nvda_drv=1</string>
But it just wont work. I have a Nvidia GTX460, GAx58a-Ud3r
The Nvidia Driver Manager will always show the built-in OS X driver is selected after booting up. However, this is merely cosmetics. If you have added the line “nvda_drv=1″, then it will load the Nvidia Web Driver that you installed. That is what I understand so far.
On my 10.8.3 setup, my card will black out after the Apple logo, but after I added the above line, it works.
I have since updated to 10.8.4 and the latest June 2013 updates from Nvidia and it is still working.
Without changing the erroneous display (ie OS X Default Driver is ticked), I went to After Effect and the GPU is still present.
For GTX 570, I need to set GraphicsEnabler=Yes or the hackintosh will not boot properly.
Below are my org.chameleon.Boot.plist setting for 10.8.4: