Discussion in 'Graphics' started by slim.jim, Apr 7, 2015.
What kind of connection to your monitor are you using? Are you using any adapters?
Nope just a straight displayport cable...
Try changing your monitor's settings from DP1.2 to 1.1
You're a genius ! Any idea why this fixes it though ? Thanks !!
Not really sure to be honest. For some monitors is seems to be an issue but I am not sure how to fix it and haven't seen a solution. For my Dell monitor DP1.2 has always worked fine.
Thank you for the guide, i have gone trough the most the fix options, but i am still where i was at the beginning, without updating clover (from 3377 to 4061), without editing the kexts, nor the plist...
So i get the card recognized even without any updates (except to 10.12.4 + nVidia driver). see attached the screenshot. Only issue is (no errors btw) that my screen does go blank, no signal is going out on DVI the screenshot below is taken connecting remotely to my machine. Is there a way to know or to redirect video output? i don't know if this is the right question at all...
I installed a GTX 1060 6GB. I found the matching drivers (346.02.03f12) to my Yosemite 10.10.5 Installation and installed them succesfully (Nvidia Driver Manager says Up to Date). But when I restart the whole OS is very jittery and slow and in the system profiler my new card doesn't show up. GraphicEnabler is set to NO. I also tried with the bootflag. Please Help.
GTX 10*0 (Pascal) graphics are currently only supported in Sierra.
Thanks alot, somehow I managed to ignore this information. So I will try to update and hope that my systems stays stable.
I think with that definition you need to check this:
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