2016 15" MacBook Pro (RP460) [6th,4C,H] + GTX 1080 Ti @ 32Gbps-TB3 (AKiTiO Node Pro) + Win10 [koorelle]
I am stuck with my Node Pro. I have followed multi ways on this forum but no success.
- Disable macOS System Integrity Protection (SIP)
automate-eGPU git:(master) csrutil status
System Integrity Protection status: disabled.
- NVIDIA Web Driver for MAC: 322.214.171.124.40.108
➜ automate-eGPU git:(master) sudo ./automate-eGPU.sh
Thunderbolt device is connected, but no external GPUs detected.
- Boot with EFI from this support: https://github.com/0xbb/apple_set_os.efi/releases
=> No eGPU detected when it boot using EFI.
On windows Bootcamp:
- Installed NVIDIA Web driver: install latest driver using GeForce_Experience_v126.96.36.199.exe. It also recognize Akitio Node Pro but no device connected
On XPS 15 9560 running windows 10: Setup latest driver
|Version||416.94 - WHQL|
but no lucky. No device connected.
The lamp on card is on when I connected to TB3 on the left of MAC.
I appreciate all your help.
I waste my time with Node Pro a lot....
Today, I have just test with MacBook Pro 2018, MacOS High Sierra, EVGA 1080 Ti with all scripts above (automate-eGPU, purge-wrangler, EFI) but no success. It cannot detect eGPU device.
I have summit ticket to Akitio but no response (3 days). There is no word to say....
Same unsuccessful results with node pro..different macbook from yours (mid2014 with 750m) but trying last 5 days with all available scripts and I never managed to have my 1070ti recognized in macOS 10.13.6(17G65)...after trying different cables,different card(960gtx),clean install of 10.13.6 ,i’m Pretty sure it’s a node pro problem
before returning it,I have a spare amd 7770 GPU I might try (supposedly amd is more friendly than Nvidia concerning Egpu)