- Mar 3, 2014
- Gigabyte Z370N-WIFI
- GTX 1050 Ti
- Classic Mac
Your chart doesn't mean anything and its still far subpar as compared to performance on Windows. Have you actually compared Nvidia driver performance between macOS and Windows? Nvidia has not actually optimized the driver for macOS and its performance is subpar. Also, Apple's native Nvidia driver have screen glitches that Apple has not even fixed in High Sierra and Mojave. My point is that Nvidia isn't serious about fixing or improving Nvidia drivers for their video cards on macOS systems.Bummer. Only reply I have is my chart in post #7.
Ah. Another reason for staying on High Sierra.Unigine Heaven and Valley both run on OpenGL which has been deprecated and will be removed in the next macOS
No, actually I have never used Windows at all (voluntarily). The chart means only what it says, no more and no less. That is the performance of my systems on Mac OS 10.13.6 and I'm quite happy with my latest build. Since you don't like OpenGL data, how about a GFXBench Metal test result on my current system (top item on chart)? 143.663 fps on Metal, same test conditions as in post #7.Your chart doesn't mean anything and its still far subpar as compared to performance on Windows. Have you actually compared Nvidia driver performance between macOS and Windows?