- Sep 27, 2013
- Dell 05FFDN (XPS 15 9560)
- Intel(R) HD Graphics 630 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Disabled)
- Mobile Phone
So 10.12.4 has just been released, and so have the newest Nvidia drivers. They still haven't moved beyond version 367, so no Pascal support.
I'm going to wait until the next desktop class GPUs are unveiled (in an iMac update or something) and then get the best version that can work with macOS AND Windows, and then sell this Nvidia card.
I'm glad I've been able to make use of the Intel HD 530, but it is gutless and I need to be able to work without lag in creative apps. Thought the 1070 would be killer, but looks like Pascal won't be working on macOS anytime soon.
yeah, I wouldn't hold my breath for it.
I think it's pointless to hope for nvidia to release drivers that support their GPUs for an OS that that doesn't support their current cards. It's kind of silly to even think a company would waste time(money) and resources to help the "hackintosh" community. We could debate that the more OS support the more buyers, but lets face it. there aren't enough "hackintoshers" to justify that. Companies are focused on 1 thing and 1 thing only. Making money in a resourceful way with wasting as little of it as possible. Unless Apple suddenly decides to shift it's gpus back to Nvidia, which I for one think it will be very unlikely, don't expect any drivers from them that will support pascal gpus. it's just not how businesses do business.