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p3taegpu
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lqd
I also run Octane render and I have a MacbookPro with T3 and use a T2 adapter to go to a Atiko card with Nvidia 1080 GTX

Are you able to render using Octane in Cinema with Mojave using the cuda from an Nvidia card?

Thanks

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ikir
 ikir
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New beta both dev and public


MacBook Pro 2018 Touch Bar i7 quad-core 2.7Ghz - 16GB RAM - 512GB PCIe SSD
my Mantiz Venus extreme mod with Sapphire Nitro+ RX Vega 64


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itsage
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Current Nvidia eGPU solutions should remain working in Mojave public release later this month. I ran the latest version of Purge-Wrangler.sh and GTX 1080 Ti eGPU was fully detected and produced monitor output. The web driver is not working fully though. Nvidia will for sure release the appropriate driver once Apple publishes the final build.

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ataylor
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i'm on the same build but when i try using purge-wrangler and set-egpu etc... even if i set the apps not to use the gpu... none of my graphics apps open.  i.e substance painter or cuda-z etc.. they all just beachball. safari and other apps open fine... i seem to get the e-gpu detected and.. cuda seems installed and the nvida web drivers sees the enclosure and card and identifies it correctly with the right ram etc. 
using an aorus 1080 box on mid 2018 macbook pro 15 with touchbar

2018 MacBookPro 15 in. /w Touchbar - i9 - 32gig ram - 1080 Aorus 1080 Gaming Box - Sonnet-Breakaway550 with GTX 1080 - Still need to get both of the GTX 980TI working for 4 GTX total cards


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Posted by: itsage

Current Nvidia eGPU solutions should remain working in Mojave public release later this month. I ran the latest version of Purge-Wrangler.sh and GTX 1080 Ti eGPU was fully detected and produced monitor output. The web driver is not working fully though. Nvidia will for sure release the appropriate driver once Apple publishes the final build.

I can't seem to be able to get an output from my egpu (Hp Omen Accelerator) and Nvidia 1060 GPU. I have Mojave installed, and have installed the purge-wrangler.sh. In some occasions, I am able to see that there is a second monitor connected, but still the screen remains black. I am assuming you are using the Nvidia Web driver and not the defaultl MacOS Nvidia driver?

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itsage
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@konstantinos_giannousis While the current Nvidia web drivers can be tricked to run in Mojave beta, they don’t actually work. They can detect the eGPU and even monitors connected but there’s not output. Nvidia will release compatible drivers once Apple releases 10.14 to the public.

Best ultrabooks for eGPU use

eGPU enclosure buying guide


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Amiga3000D
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Got a 2017 "2TB" Macbook Pro 13" with a HP OMEN Accelerator plugged in. It's equipped with a Sapphire R7 370 Nitro and is recognized in the Hardware Info as "Display" and AMD  (0x1002) Device.

Installing the Patch of PW didn't work, its still not recognized correct. I'm running MacOS Mojave 10.14.

Is this card not compatible or where's the issue? Disabled SIP, installed PW as mentioned and enabled the Patch, double checked the status of the patch.

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Hey guys is there a way to get Nvidia card working on MacOs Mojave for external monitors?

Macbook Pro Mid 2014 (Iris Pro only) + Sonnet TB3 Breakaway-box 350w + Apple TB3 -> TB2 Converter + MSI 1070ti + Samsung U28E590D 4K


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nanoBit
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Posted by: Allie_B

Hey guys is there a way to get Nvidia card working on MacOs Mojave for external monitors?

Not at the moment. You have to wait for compatible Nvidia drivers

Setup: MacBook Pro 2018 15" 2.6GHz Radeon Pro 560X on macOS 10.14 & Windows 10 (Bootcamp); Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box 350 with a Zotac GTX1080 AMP! Edition


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Thanks, I've updated now and I'm very happy at the moment with the performance of Mojave... Hope those drivers come fast, will use normal Hdmi out of the macbook for now.

Macbook Pro Mid 2014 (Iris Pro only) + Sonnet TB3 Breakaway-box 350w + Apple TB3 -> TB2 Converter + MSI 1070ti + Samsung U28E590D 4K


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Kbaegis
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+1; I've had a maxed out 15" '16 MBP and I've never been able to get my 1080 TI working with it, bootcamp or no. It sees my Mantiz Venus, but it doesn't see the card it's holding.

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Ramael Odisho
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Here you can see Nvidias drivers for Mac if you want to go in daily and refresh that page:
https://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html
Correct me if I'm wrong please.

Macbook Pro 13-inch Retina Early 2015 | Akitio Thunder2 PCIe Box | GTX 1050 Ti | macOS High Sierra | Windows 10


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nanoBit
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Posted by: Ramael Odisho

Here you can see Nvidias drivers for Mac if you want to go in daily and refresh that page:
https://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html
Correct me if I'm wrong please.

These are just the CUDA drivers. They won't help you to get your eGPU running in macOS. Here's a website which is listing all available Nvidia GPU drivers:

https://www.tonymacx86.com/nvidia-drivers/

Setup: MacBook Pro 2018 15" 2.6GHz Radeon Pro 560X on macOS 10.14 & Windows 10 (Bootcamp); Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Box 350 with a Zotac GTX1080 AMP! Edition


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Ramael Odisho
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Posted by: nanoBit
Posted by: Ramael Odisho

Here you can see Nvidias drivers for Mac if you want to go in daily and refresh that page:
https://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html
Correct me if I'm wrong please.

These are just the CUDA drivers. They won't help you to get your eGPU running in macOS. Here's a website which is listing all available Nvidia GPU drivers:

https://www.tonymacx86.com/nvidia-drivers/

Thanks for the correction @nanoBit!

Macbook Pro 13-inch Retina Early 2015 | Akitio Thunder2 PCIe Box | GTX 1050 Ti | macOS High Sierra | Windows 10


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