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piranhaco
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August 8, 2018 5:32 am  
Posted by: piranhaco
Posted by: fr34k

@piranhaco

You have 10.13.6!!! NO EGPU ENABLER REQUIRED!!
ONLY: DRIVER + IO PCIE TUNNELED PATCH + maybe CUDA, NOTHING ELSE!

Thanks! I'll try it.

Hi @fr34k and @mac_editor Thanks for all your help!

Ok, It seams that my previous Nvidia was broken, I change it and the new one is responding. It is not working yet but there is a difference, now I know the Graphic card is there working. Ok, this is my status after doing what @fr34k says: DRIVER + IO PCIE TUNNELED PATCH + maybe CUDA

- I can see the Nvidia Card in "About this mac" as my main graphic card. 
- In About this Mac/Displays my Built-in retina is using the AMD and my external monitor is using the Nvidia. but:
- If I hot plug the eGPU my external monitor is just black (As it was before) so I tried all the 4 steps from fr34k and the only one that make the External Monitor works is the Step Set 2. boot without eGPU, hot plug eGPU only (no external monitor), wait 15 sec, log out, hot plug monitor, wait 15 sec, log in. This gives me the option of Log In in my external Monitor and it works perfect, but now I have a Black Screen in my Bult-in monitor. This is the only way that makes the external monitor working but the internal dies. 

My set up:
- iMac Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2015
- High Sierra 10.13.4 (17E199) 
- Node Pro (T3)
- Nvidia Geforce Gtx 1080 Ti
- Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
- Thunderbolt 2 cable 
- DELL UP2716D Display 27-inch (2560 x 1440).
- Mini-DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

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danmeyerphoto
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August 11, 2018 6:43 am  

Hey fr34K   
I want to say thank you for taking the time and creating the work around for Mac users with Nvidia GPUs     I will definitely support your efforts.

Are you buy chance working on a script for Mojave?

eGPU: Akitio Node Pro : EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 ultra) 2018 MacBook Pro 13" i7 Quad-core, 16 GB Ram, 2 TB ssd


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seraphkz
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August 11, 2018 8:45 pm  

Thank you so much for making this!
I'm running a 980ti with Razer Core X, and this script has worked wonderfully.
However I see some of you have a GPU disconnect tool up on your status bar on top.. However I do not see that option.

The only way for me to plug/unplug my GPU is to shut down my computer before each plug/pull. Or else my Mac freezes

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jenrizzle
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August 12, 2018 2:51 am  

Could anyone let me know if I could possible run this on my 2017 imac? Or will it be too tricky to set up?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/GIGABYTE-Nvidia-Gaming-External-Graphics/dp/B076XVLWHM/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1534042150&sr=1-2&keywords=razer+core

I have an RX580 inside iMac but wanted some extra performance for 3d rendering and Bootcamp games if poss.

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fennek5k
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August 12, 2018 10:27 am  

Hi Guys!
I have a problem with my setup.
I own a Mac Mini from 2012 (Core i5, 16 gb Ram) and a Gigabyte AORUS GTX 1070 Gaming Box. Connected via a Thunderbolt adapter from Apple (TB2 to TB3).
The egpu is recognized and runs under MacOS. (Thanks to the work of fr34k!)
But unfortunately I have no sound. The egpu is connected via display port (DP to Hdmi) with my TV. With a connection via Hdmi (Hdmi to Hdmi) I also have no success.
I hope somebody can help me. Many Thanks!

Greetings from Germany!

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i0ntempest
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August 14, 2018 4:37 am  

First I should thank fr34k for making this script. However I have a problem with my setup.
I just updated my iMac (2017, 21.5 with dGPU) to 10.13.6 and used this script, then booted up without eGPU, then plugged it in at login screen. The external monitor lit up but only shows mouse cursor. Help please?

Setup 1: Apple iMac 2017 21.5” 4K + eGPU
dGPU: AMD Radeon Pro 560
eGPU: Gigabyte G1 Gaming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 via Thunderbolt 3 (AKiTiO Node)
Setup 2: Mac mini 2018 + eGPU
iGPU: Intel UHD Graphics 630
eGPU: EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SC via Thunderbolt 3 (AKiTiO Node Lite)


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August 14, 2018 4:59 am  
Posted by: i0ntempest

First I should thank fr34k for making this script. However I have a problem with my setup.
I just updated my iMac (2017, 21.5 with dGPU) to 10.13.6 and used this script, then booted up without eGPU, then plugged it in at login screen. The external monitor lit up but only shows mouse cursor. Help please?

Go to system preferences and instead of mirroring the internal display extend it. This would happen if the external display is of lower max resolution than the internal one. If the external is 1080p then if you try to mirror the 2k internal display sometime you get a black screen.  

Also, if you are booting into the mac  you can keep the egpu plugged in and then boot.

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jenrizzle
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August 15, 2018 3:11 am  

Can I ask a question please about internal displays?

I have a 2017 iMac, and soon to arrive Razer Core X + Vega 64 card.

Will I still need the Set eGPU script to accelerate the internal 5k display? Or will Apples recent updates and support for AMD eGPU's take care of that.

Would really appreciate any help with this and possibly getting it set up in Bootcamp.

Thanks. Jen.

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DJMic
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August 18, 2018 5:20 pm  
Posted by: fr34k

@piranhaco

You have 10.13.6!!! NO EGPU ENABLER REQUIRED!!
ONLY: DRIVER + IO PCIE TUNNELED PATCH + maybe CUDA, NOTHING ELSE!

NEWBIE: Got the external display working, but VERY lagged, highlight or click on something takes 3-4 seconds to update (refresh). Can anyone advise what the possible resolve if any is.

2017 MBP 15" 10.13.6 High Sierra, TB3, Akitio Node, MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, Monster Ultimate HDMI cable, Acer 1080p HDMI display.

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DJMic
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August 18, 2018 5:51 pm  
Posted by: mac_editor

@djmc  https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/script-enable-egpu-on-tb1-2-macs-on-macos-10-13-4/paged/22/#post-42121

Or use automate-eGPU EFI.

But this is not a TB1/2 ?? It's thunderbolt 3, and it's working... just very lagged.

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mac_editor
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August 18, 2018 6:06 pm  

@djmic That script does everything too (this issue is not about scripts anyway). Also see the link - it's actually about a TB3 Mac (see previous posts by the user in the thread).

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
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Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
Command Line Swiss Knife
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August 21, 2018 11:37 pm  

I have a MBP w/ touchbar Late 2016 13 Inches running High Sierra 10.13.6 with Akitio Node Pro+Nvidia 1080 eGPU. I am able to download the drivers. My Thunderbolt 3 device is recognized on my Mac but my eGPU is not recognized at all. It does not show up in the ABOUT this Mac or in the system report and ofcourse my external display does not display anything, even after following the right procedure as mentioned. Is there a solution to this?

MPB 13" with Touch Bar Late 2016 (10.13.6)
Akitio Node Pro+GTX 1080


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Namake
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August 23, 2018 1:34 am  

Hey fr34K ,

Thanks a lot for this script!

Today, I upgraded to High Sierra 10.13.6, and I can confirm that your script works great with a custom Akitio Thunder2 egpu and an Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 4095 MB . I'm using the internal display and one of those HDMI headless display emulators (detected as fitHeadless4K) scaled at 1600x900 px.

Here are my specs:

MacBook Pro 13, early 2015, 2,9ghz i5, 8GB

https://imgur.com/a/5b5TH2l

I tested my egpu with some Steam games such as Dirt 3 and Life is Strange at high settings and a resolution of 1280x720 without any noticeable lag!

😀

And here are my Geekbench 4 benchmarks:

Intel Iris 6100:

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/2797110

Geforce GTX 960:

https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/2797107

 

I also ran Unigine Valley Benchmark with these mediocre results (unfortunately there is no difference at all using an egpu):

https://imgur.com/a/sI135cc

🙁

 

 

macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 MacBook Pro 13" early 2015, 2.9GHz i5, 8GB. Akitio Thunder 2 & Nvidia GTX 960. Fit-headless 4k.


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August 23, 2018 11:09 pm  

I finally got around to trying this script, and it seemed to work well on my setup with Akitio Thudner2, 1070 GTX, rMBP 2014.  But I got a disappointing frame rate with Elder Scrolls - its hard to say if it was even any better than my discrete video, but it sure wasn't what I was hoping.

So I figured maybe the Mac port sucked with the nvidia drivers, and I swapped in a RX 570 I had.  This did not work very well - the card is recognized, but once I hook up an external monitor the system becomes amazingly sluggish, and all I get is a black screen.  Also the fan on the card doesn't spin which is odd (briefly spins after a connection, but stops).

I did have this working a while ago in 10.13.5 using the patch-wrangler/patch-nvidia combo.  Not sure what to make of this - anybody got a suggestion?

Thanks!

-dan

EDIT:  I did verify the purge-wrangler solution works.  After reading a bit more, I think I see the issue now - the purge-nvda functionality doesn't look like its part of this script yet

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Namake
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August 25, 2018 5:43 pm  
Posted by: Dan Hartman

 

EDIT:  I did verify the purge-wrangler solution works.  After reading a bit more, I think I see the issue now - the purge-nada functionality doesn't look like its part of this script yet

 

Dan Hartman Thank you for sharing!

Just let me ask you: after installing this script: ( https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/nvidia-workaround-for-high-sierra-egpu-acceleration/paged/1/#post-39417) was gpu acceleration enabled for some apps and games under High Sierra 10.13.6, that were not enabled by installing fr34k's script?

 

If so, do I have to uninstall fr34k's script before running this one? 

Thank you!

🙂

macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 MacBook Pro 13" early 2015, 2.9GHz i5, 8GB. Akitio Thunder 2 & Nvidia GTX 960. Fit-headless 4k.


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August 26, 2018 11:23 am  
Posted by: Namake

Just let me ask you: after installing this script: ( https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/nvidia-workaround-for-high-sierra-egpu-acceleration/paged/1/#post-39417) was gpu acceleration enabled for some apps and games under High Sierra 10.13.6, that were not enabled by installing fr34k's script?

After looking at your previous post, I see you're running a nv960.  So I put my nv1070 back in, and reinstalled macos-egpu -- I had basically a fresh os at this point for other reasons.

Frame rate w/ Elder scrolls: ~10fps

Then I ran purge-nvda.  Used options 2 (optimize ogpu's) & 4 (set mix to ogpu)

Frame rate w/ Elder scrolls: ~>40fps

So yeah, apparently that makes a huge difference - thanks for pointing that out!  But of course that disabled the screen brightness controls, and I suspect maybe sleep issues and the other problems with disabling the dgpu.

So I'm actually swapping my rmbp for a igpu only 2014 model, which should make life easier.

-dan

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 Riss
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August 27, 2018 6:05 pm  
macOS 10.13.6 on rMBP 15" with GT750 + Akitio Thunder 2 with Nvidia Quadro P2000 
Boot with eGPU plugged after POST, log in blindly cause external monitor is black, log off to reinitiate external monitor - works fine and I got used to the routine.
I'm also using script to accelerate apps on eGPU, but there's a problem with laptop's screen occurs when some app requires Nvidia GT750 - Window server goes bust, graphics tearing, black spots across the screen etc. When macOS switches back to Intel GPU all becomes normal again. This tearing was occurring mostly with Chrome, so I re-run the eGPU acceleration and made Chrome to run on eGPU, but I was wondering if I messed up something on my end or if this is normal?
I prefer this script for my machine as the EFI tweak somehow doesn't make eGPU's GPU visible to the rest of the OS and it drives no app except of external monitor. However, this 'graphics tearing' when laptop switches to internal Nvidia GPU is a major PITA :/ 
 
Fetching system information...
   macOS info                                                                                                [done]
   system integrity protection                                                                               [done]
   thunderbolt version                                                                                       [done]
   GPU information                                                                                           [done]
   installed eGPU software                                                                                   [done]
   installed patches                                                                                         [done]
   installed programs                                                                                        [done]
   fetching GPU related system information                                                                   [done]
 
 
 
 
Listing installation status of packages...
   NVIDIA driver                                                                              [387.10.10.10.40.105]
   NVIDIA eGPU enabler                                                                              [not installed]
   AMD legacy drivers                                                                                   [installed]
   T82 unblocker                                                                                    [not installed]
   NVIDIA dGPU                                                                                          [activated]
   NVIDIA macOS 10.13.4/.5 patch                                                                    [not installed]
   IO PCIE Tunnelled patch                                                                              [installed]
   unlocked thunderbolt version                                                                                 [3]
   thunderbolt daemon                                                                               [not installed]
   CUDA
      CUDA drivers                                                                                        [396.148]
      CUDA developer drivers                                                                        [not installed]
      CUDA toolkit                                                                                  [not installed]
      CUDA samples                                                                                  [not installed]
Listing system information...
   macOS version                                                                                          [10.13.6]
   macOS build                                                                                              [17G65]
   SIP status                                                                                                   [0]
   thunderbolt interface version                                                                                [2]
   eGPU information
      connected eGPU                                                                                         [true]
      eGPU vendor                                                                                          [NVIDIA]
   NVIDIA dGPU                                                                                               [true]
   AGW version                                                                                      [10.13.6:17G65]
Graphics/Displays:
 
    Intel Iris Pro:
 
      Chipset Model: Intel Iris Pro
      Type: GPU
      Bus: Built-In
      VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 1536 MB
      Vendor: Intel
      Device ID: 0x0d26
      Revision ID: 0x0008
      Automatic Graphics Switching: Supported
      gMux Version: 4.0.8 [3.2.8]
      Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3
      Displays:
        rMacBook Pro:
          Display Type: Built-In Retina LCD
          Resolution: 2880 x 1800 Retina
          Framebuffer Depth: 24-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
          Mirror: Off
          Online: Yes
          Rotation: Supported
          Automatically Adjust Brightness: No
 
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M:
 
      Chipset Model: NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M
      Type: GPU
      Bus: PCIe
      PCIe Lane Width: x8
      VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 2048 MB
      Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
      Device ID: 0x0fe9
      Revision ID: 0x00a2
      ROM Revision: 3776
      Automatic Graphics Switching: Supported
      gMux Version: 4.0.8 [3.2.8]
      Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3
 
    NVIDIA Quadro P2000:
 
      Chipset Model: NVIDIA Quadro P2000
      Type: External GPU
      Bus: PCIe
      PCIe Lane Width: x4
      VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 5119 MB
      Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)
      Device ID: 0x1c30
      Revision ID: 0x00a1
      ROM Revision: VBIOS 86.06.3f.00.0d
      Automatic Graphics Switching: Supported
      gMux Version: 4.0.8 [3.2.8]
      Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3
      Displays:
        Cinema Display:
          Display Type: LCD
          Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA - Widescreen Ultra eXtended Graphics Array)
          UI Looks like: 1920 x 1200
          Framebuffer Depth: 24-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
          Display Serial Number: 2A6430PNUG0 
          Mirror: Off
          Online: Yes
          Rotation: Supported
          Automatically Adjust Brightness: No
        NEC EA244UHD:
          Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (2160p 4K UHD - Ultra High Definition)
          UI Looks like: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
          Framebuffer Depth: 30-Bit Color (ARGB2101010)
          Display Serial Number: 65101447TB  
          Main Display: Yes
          Mirror: Off
          Online: Yes
          Rotation: Supported
          Automatically Adjust Brightness: No
          Connection Type: DisplayPort
 
Hardware:
 
    Hardware Overview:
 
      Model Name: MacBook Pro
      Model Identifier: MacBookPro11,3
      Processor Name: Intel Core i7
      Processor Speed: 2,8 GHz
      Number of Processors: 1
      Total Number of Cores: 4
      L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
      L3 Cache: 6 MB
      Memory: 16 GB
      Boot ROM Version: MBP112.0146.B00
      SMC Version (system): 2.19f12
 
Thunderbolt:
 
    Thunderbolt Bus:
 
      Vendor Name: Apple Inc.
      Device Name: MacBook Pro
      UID: 0x0001000F07321940
      Route String: 0
      Firmware Version: 17,1
      Domain UUID: 67DADE9A-95ED-5655-BBB4-A3B5AD155155
      Port:
          Status: Device connected
          Link Status: 0x2
          Speed: Up to 20 Gb/s x1
          Current Link Width: 0x2
          Receptacle: 1
          Cable Firmware Version: 1.1.0
          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.12.0
      Port:
          Status: No device connected
          Link Status: 0x7
          Speed: Up to 20 Gb/s x1
          Current Link Width: 0x1
          Receptacle: 2
          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.12.0
 
        AKiTiO Thunder 2 Box:
 
          Vendor Name: inXtron
          Device Name: AKiTiO Thunder 2 Box
          Vendor ID: 0x41
          Device ID: 0x236
          Device Revision: 0x1
          UID: 0x00410236167044B0
          Route String: 1
          Firmware Version: 24,1
          Port (Upstream):
              Status: Device connected
              Link Status: 0x2
              Speed: Up to 20 Gb/s x1
              Current Link Width: 0x2
              Cable Firmware Version: 1.1.0
              Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.14.0
          Port:
              Status: No device connected
              Link Status: 0x7
              Speed: Up to 20 Gb/s x1
              Current Link Width: 0x1
              Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.14.0
 
PCI:
 
    NVIDIA Quadro P2000:
 
      Name: NVDA,Display-F
      Type: Display Controller
      Driver Installed: Yes
      Tunnel Compatible: No
      Pause Compatible: No
      MSI: Yes
      Bus: PCI
      Slot: Thunderbolt@194,0,0
      Vendor ID: 0x10de
      Device ID: 0x1c30
      Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x10de
      Subsystem ID: 0x0010
      ROM Revision: VBIOS 86.06.3f.00.0d
      Revision ID: 0x00a1
      Link Width: x4
      Link Speed: 5.0 GT/s
 
    pci10de,10f1:
 
      Type: Audio Device
      Driver Installed: No
      Tunnel Compatible: No
      Pause Compatible: No
      MSI: No
      Bus: PCI
      Slot: Thunderbolt@194,0,1
      Vendor ID: 0x10de
      Device ID: 0x10f1
      Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x10de
      Subsystem ID: 0x11b3
      Revision ID: 0x00a1
      Link Width: x4
      Link Speed: 5.0 GT/s

mid 2014 MBP 15" GT750m | Mac mini 2012 | Akitio Thunder 2 | GTX 780 3GB (flashed) | Quadro P2000 (stock)


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August 31, 2018 7:25 am  

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

 

Accept license terms...                                                   [done]

Killing all other running programs...                                       [OK]

Internet connection established...                                         [YES]

Fetching system information...

   macOS info                                                             [done]

   system integrity protection                                            [done]

   thunderbolt version                                                    [done]

   GPU information                                                        [done]

   installed eGPU software                                                [done]

   installed patches                                                      [done]

   installed programs                                                     [done]

Setting internal switches...

Checking for incompatibilies and up to date software...

   NVIDIA drivers                                             [skip, up to date]

   NVIDIA eGPU enabler                                      [skip, incompatible]

   AMD legacy drivers                                  [skip, already installed]

   T82 unblocker                                       [skip, already installed]

   NVIDIA dGPU deactivator                                [skip, no NVIDIA dGPU]

   macOS 10.13.4/.5 NVIDIA patch                            [skip, incompatible]

   macOS 10.13.4+ thunderbolt 1/2 unlock                    [skip, incompatible]

   CUDA software

      CUDA drivers                                            [skip, up to date]

      CUDA developer driver                                   [skip, up to date]

      CUDA toolkit                                            [skip, up to date]

      CUDA samples                                            [skip, up to date]

   thunderbolt daemon                                                     [skip]

   IO PCIE Tunnelled patch                             [skip, already installed]

Checking if SIP is sufficently disabled...                                  [OK]

 

 

Download external content...

 

 

Uninstalling...

Installing...

Patching...

deactivating auto-updates...

 

 

Finish...

   cleaning system                                                        [done]

Nothing has been changed.

Thunderbolt Bus 0:

 

  Vendor Name: Apple Inc.

  Device Name: MacBook Pro

  UID: 0x000138CA9CD92700

  Route String: 0

  Firmware Version: 33.1

  Domain UUID: FCA2B084-7F5E-555E-BA04-A34776257C26

  Port:

  Status: Device connected

  Link Status: 0x2

  Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

  Current Link Width: 0x2

  Receptacle: 2

  Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

  Port:

  Status: No device connected

  Link Status: 0x7

  Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

  Current Link Width: 0x1

  Receptacle: 1

  Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

 

Node Pro:

 

  Vendor Name: AKiTiO

  Device Name: Node Pro

  Vendor ID: 0x41

  Device ID: 0x30C

  Device Revision: 0x1

  UID: 0x0041B8CA88B12400

  Route String: 1

  Firmware Version: 23.1

  Port (Upstream):

  Status: Device connected

  Link Status: 0x2

  Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

  Current Link Width: 0x2

  Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.26.0

  Port:

  Status: No device connected

  Link Status: 0x7

  Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

  Current Link Width: 0x1

  Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.26.0

Intel Iris Graphics 550:

 

  Chipset Model: Intel Iris Graphics 550

  Type: GPU

  Bus: Built-In

  VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 1536 MB

  Vendor: Intel

  Device ID: 0x1927

  Revision ID: 0x000a

  Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3

  Displays:

Color LCD:

  Display Type: Built-In Retina LCD

  Resolution: 2560 x 1600 Retina

  Framebuffer Depth: 24-Bit Color (ARGB8888)

  Main Display: Yes

  Mirror: Off

  Online: Yes

  Rotation: Supported

  Automatically Adjust Brightness: No

 

****** Used Freak's Script on MBP 13" with Touch Bar 2016. Still unable to detect my Nvidia 1080 GPU when my Akitio Node Pro is recognized. Freak and Mac Editor, if you could help me out with this. 

MPB 13" with Touch Bar Late 2016 (10.13.6)
Akitio Node Pro+GTX 1080


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August 31, 2018 12:48 pm  

@riss this script doesn’t include optimizations for the config. (750M) you are using. See purge-nvda.sh option #2.

@aniket_sable Try a different TB cable. Also reset NVRAM + SMC, then disable SIP.

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
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Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
Command Line Swiss Knife
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darkfejzr
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August 31, 2018 2:48 pm  

Hi there, I just want to thank you for this awesome thread and script! Since I have to work on iMac in work and need to use blender for 3D rendering (CUDA), I would be lost. 

Working on 2017 5k iMac, 10.13.6 MacOS with geforce gtx 970mx

Soon I will add my system & eGPU details or a build link to this my signature to give context to my posts


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September 1, 2018 11:20 am  
Posted by: mac_editor

@riss this script doesn’t include optimizations for the config. (750M) you are using. See purge-nvda.sh option #2.

@aniket_sable Try a different TB cable. Also reset NVRAM + SMC, then disable SIP.

Thanks mac_editor! Will remove the previous patch and try out yours

mid 2014 MBP 15" GT750m | Mac mini 2012 | Akitio Thunder 2 | GTX 780 3GB (flashed) | Quadro P2000 (stock)


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September 2, 2018 11:35 pm  

Thank you for all of your hard work!

I suppose I am a victim of bleeding edge here due to me trying this on a 2018 6 core MBP with OS patch 17G2208 as for the life of me I can not get this to function.

Here is the issue. Using the latest script with the web driver it pulls - which is 387.10.10.10.30.106  - I get the ubiquitous black screen on the external - tried all the known fixes and workarounds. If I downgrade the web driver to 378.10.10.10.25.104 I can get it to display on both screens but it is sluggish and the OS is generally unresponsive.

Your script hasn't been updated to reflect the newer web driver that is 387.10.10.15.15.108 so I tried manually installing that and running a repair on your script without the -n option. It repaired as expected but still no joy. Black screen on the external yet again.

What is odd is I have the Aorus 1070 Gaming Box and with the older eGPU solutions on OS X 10.4.x  the only web driver it would work with is the 378.10.10.10.25.104. Not sure what the deal is there but running an older version of OS X is not an option now that I have a 15" 2018 model MBP. 

I really hate to go back to my late 2017 model if I don't have to. Any idea as to why this may be? Any one else have a similar setup that is working? Any tips?

This is my last Apple computer. I am so tired of Apple playing games with vendors and consumers and things no longer working. I HATE AMD and need the Nvidia for my work and Apple could care less. If it wasn't for the efforts of people like the ones here I would have abandoned Apple long ago. This is insane that Apple would, just because of a pissing match with Nvidia, screw over customers.

With that soapbox out of the way - lol - if anyone can think of anything that may work I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you

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September 6, 2018 12:38 am  

Good evening,

Anyone having issues after the new UPDATE 2 patch from Apple for 10.13.6?

Systems version claims macOS 10.13.6 (17G2307)

When I tried to re-run the script I got the following:

A system file (wrangler), has been replaced and does not fit to the system. You must revert those changes in order to continue. You can also upgrade to the latest supported release or reinstall macOS.

My Nvidia 1080TI and CoreX egpu unit were working great up until the "UPDATE 2 for 2018 MacBook Pro" got installed.

UPDATE:
Here is the Terminal output:

DarkStar:~ username$ bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/learex/macOS-eGPU/master/macOS-eGPU.sh)

 

 

 

 

 

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

 

A system file (wrangler), has been replaced and does not fit to the system. You must revert those changes in order to continue. You can also upgrade to the latest supported release or reinstall macOS.

Interrupt...

   cleaning system                                                        [done]

The script has failed.

Nothing has been changed.

Here is the info from System Status

System Software Overview:

 

  System Version: macOS 10.13.6 (17G2307)

  Kernel Version: Darwin 17.7.0

  Boot Volume: Macintosh HD

  Boot Mode: Normal

  Computer Name: DarkStar

  User Name: 

  Secure Virtual Memory: Enabled

  System Integrity Protection: Disabled

  Time since boot: 10 minutes

In looking back in the APP Store the update is titled:
macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Supplemental Update 2 for MacBook Pro (2018)

Soon I will add my system & eGPU details or a build link to this my signature to give context to my posts


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mac_editor
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September 6, 2018 3:25 am  

@robert_skipper Not sure what's going on there, maybe the script does not support the new build number? Have you tried running it with the beta flag?

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
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Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
Command Line Swiss Knife
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Multiple Build Guides


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mac_editor
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September 6, 2018 3:28 am  

@sketchy_hoods Have you tried the suggestions for black screen w/ NVIDIA eGPUs (see the troubleshooting guide in my sig)? May help. Consider seeing this build.

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
----
Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
Command Line Swiss Knife
----
Multiple Build Guides


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September 6, 2018 3:37 pm  

UPDATE:

So I took the following steps:

I ran the uninstall process with the following command:

bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/learex/macOS-eGPU/master/macOS-eGPU.sh) --beta -U

Then after a reboot I ran the install script again with the following command and I'll also provide the output:

DarkStar:~ username$ bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/learex/macOS-eGPU/master/macOS-eGPU.sh) --beta --nvidiaDriver 387.10.10.10.40.105 --iopcieTunneledPatch

 

 

 

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╠╩╗║╣  ║ ╠═╣  ║║║║ ║ ║║║╣

╚═╝╚═╝ ╩ ╩ ╩  ╩ ╩╚═╝═╩╝╚═╝                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

 

A system file (wrangler), has been replaced and does not fit to the system. You must revert those changes in order to continue. You can also upgrade to the latest supported release or reinstall macOS.

Continuation might result in failure and/or system crash. (seriously!)

continuing due to beta flag...

4..3..2..1..0

Accept license terms...                                                   [done]

Killing all other running programs...                                       [OK]

Internet connection established...                                         [YES]

Fetching system information...

   macOS info                                                             [done]

   system integrity protection                                            [done]

   thunderbolt version                                                    [done]

   GPU information                                                        [done]

   installed eGPU software                                                [done]

   installed patches                                                      [done]

   installed programs                                                     [done]

Setting internal switches...

Checking for incompatibilies and up to date software...

   NVIDIA drivers                                             [skip, up to date]

   NVIDIA eGPU enabler                                                    [skip]

   AMD legacy drivers                                                     [skip]

   T82 unblocker                                                          [skip]

   NVIDIA dGPU deactivator                                                [skip]

   macOS 10.13.4/.5 NVIDIA patch                                          [skip]

   macOS 10.13.4+ thunderbolt 1/2 unlock                                  [skip]

   CUDA software                                                          [skip]

   thunderbolt daemon                                                     [skip]

   IO PCIE Tunnelled patch                                   [install scheduled]

Checking if SIP is sufficently disabled...                                  [OK]

 

 

Download external content...

 

 

Checking for elevated privileges...

   elevating privileges

   Password:

   checking for elevated privileges                                         [OK]

 

 

Uninstalling...

Installing...

   IO PCIE Tunnelled patch                                                [done]

Patching...

deactivating auto-updates...

   NVIDIA                                                                 [done]

 

 

Finish...

   cleaning system                                                        [done]

Rebuilding caches

   kext cache

After this I've been able to get my eGPU with my nvidia card working again. 

Soon I will add my system & eGPU details or a build link to this my signature to give context to my posts


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September 6, 2018 5:49 pm  

Just wanted to express my thanks to @robert_skipper i've been having exactly the same issue and have resolved it the exact same way.

If someone were to update the main guides to include instructions for supplimental update 2 that'd be great.

Thanks

Soon I will add my system & eGPU details or a build link to this my signature to give context to my posts


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September 9, 2018 9:50 am  

hi, new here.

just wanted to say that for 17G2307 there is new driver 

https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/387/WebDriver-387.10.10.15.15.108.pkg

also possibly newer Cuda toolkit

I will try to push my commit, but as I took quick look at the code, it will require changes in multiple places.

 

Soon I will add my system & eGPU details or a build link to this my signature to give context to my posts


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September 9, 2018 12:01 pm  

Posted by: SDC23HI All, have been working on this for a few days now and must resort to some help. My problem seems to be the GPU is not being recognised. Script runs fine - although there were a few skips that I'm not sure about..... Both GPU history in Activity monitor and Cuda window show no GPU detected, nor does Resolve. Im wanting to use it for Resolve processing and not any gaming activity. Set up as follows:Mac Pro trashcan -  2013 ( Upgraded from Sierra to 10.13.5)AKito Node pro (TB3 - 2 converter)NVidia Geforce GTX 980 TiInstalled fr34k's macOS-eGPU.sh v 1.4Have tried various CUDA rollbacks - no availCurrent CUDA - 396.64Boots up when TB cable is in bottom port - in Port above it boots to black screenAltho no recognition of the card, if i pull the cable it says GPU not ejected properlyAtiko is present in thunderbolt system profileOnly thing not tried is upgrading to 10.13.6Im leaning towards the card being f**d unless you geniuses can point to anything!Thanks!Terminal Log:macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.4)Accept license terms... [done]Killing all other running programs... [OK]Internet connection established... [YES]Fetching system information...macOS info [done]system integrity protection[done]thunderbolt version[done]GPU information[done]installed eGPU software[done]installed patches[done]installed programs [done]Setting internal switches...Fetching CUDA needs...fetching CUDA requiring apps list[done]preparing matching [done]matching [done]Checking for incompatibilies and up to date software...NVIDIA drivers [update scheduled]NVIDIA eGPU enabler[skip, incompatible]AMD legacy drivers [skip]T82 unblocker[skip]NVIDIA dGPU deactivator[skip]macOS 10.13.4/.5 NVIDIA patch [skip, already installed]macOS 10.13.4+ thunderbolt 1/2 unlock[skip, tb2 already unlocked]CUDA softwareCUDA drivers[update scheduled]CUDA developer driver [skip]CUDA toolkit[skip]CUDA samples[skip]thunderbolt daemon [skip]IO PCIE Tunnelled patch[skip, incompatible]Checking if SIP is sufficently disabled...[OK]Download external content...--- NVIDIA drivers ---######################################################################## 100.0%--- CUDA driver ---######################################################################## 100.0%Checking for elevated privileges...elevating privilegesPassword:checking for elevated privileges [OK]Uninstalling...NVIDIA driver[done]CUDA [done]Installing...NVIDIA driver[done]CUDA [done]Patching...deactivating auto-updates...CUDA [done]Finish...cleaning system[done]Rebuilding cacheskext cache [done]system cache [done]dyld cache[Restored 4 Aug 2018 at 4:05:35 pm]Last login: Sat Aug4 16:05:34 on consoleRestored session: Sat4 Aug 2018 16:01:35 AESTSDCs-Mac-Pro:~ MAC_DATA$

I'm still having the same issue as you, even though I used the 1.6 script. The GTX970 is being recognized but isn't doing anything. It's showing up under system report, Nvida Web Drivers, just not under displays. Currently running 10.13.6 on OSX

If I do a Check System this is what I get, could the NVIDIA eGPU enabler not being installed be the problem? 

macos-egpu -C

 

 

 

 

 

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

 

 

 

 

Fetching system information...

   macOS info                                                             [done]

   system integrity protection                                            [done]

   thunderbolt version                                                    [done]

   GPU information                                                        [done]

   installed eGPU software                                                [done]

   installed patches                                                      [done]

   installed programs                                                     [done]

   fetching GPU related system information                                [done]

 

 

 

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

 

Listing installation status of packages...

   NVIDIA driver                                           [387.10.10.10.40.105]

   NVIDIA eGPU enabler                                           [not installed]

   AMD legacy drivers                                            [not installed]

   T82 unblocker                                                     [installed]

   NVIDIA dGPU                                                   [not available]

   NVIDIA macOS 10.13.4/.5 patch                                 [not installed]

   IO PCIE Tunnelled patch                                           [installed]

   unlocked thunderbolt version                                              [3]

   thunderbolt daemon                                            [not installed]

   CUDA

      CUDA drivers                                               [not installed]

      CUDA developer drivers                                     [not installed]

      CUDA toolkit                                               [not installed]

      CUDA samples                                               [not installed]

Listing system information...

   macOS version                                                       [10.13.6]

   macOS build                                                           [17G65]

   SIP status                                                                [0]

   thunderbolt interface version                                             [3]

   eGPU information

      connected eGPU                                                      [true]

      eGPU vendor                                                       [NVIDIA]

   NVIDIA dGPU                                                           [false]

   AGW version                                                   [10.13.6:17G65]

Graphics/Displays:

 

    Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650:

 

      Chipset Model: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650

      Type: GPU

      Bus: Built-In

      VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 1536 MB

      Vendor: Intel

      Device ID: 0x5927

      Revision ID: 0x0006

      Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3

      Displays:

        Color LCD:

          Display Type: Built-In Retina LCD

          Resolution: 2560 x 1600 Retina

          Framebuffer Depth: 24-Bit Color (ARGB8888)

          Mirror: Off

          Online: Yes

          Rotation: Supported

          Automatically Adjust Brightness: No

        U28D590:

          Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (2160p 4K UHD - Ultra High Definition)

          UI Looks like: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz

          Framebuffer Depth: 30-Bit Color (ARGB2101010)

          Main Display: Yes

          Mirror: Off

          Online: Yes

          Rotation: Supported

          Automatically Adjust Brightness: No

          Connection Type: DisplayPort

 

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970:

 

      Chipset Model: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970

      Type: External GPU

      Bus: PCIe

      PCIe Lane Width: x4

      VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 4095 MB

      Vendor: NVIDIA (0x10de)

      Device ID: 0x13c2

      Revision ID: 0x00a1

      ROM Revision: VBIOS 84.04.28.00.f1

      Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3

 

Hardware:

 

    Hardware Overview:

 

      Model Name: MacBook Pro

      Model Identifier: MacBookPro14,2

      Processor Name: Intel Core i5

      Processor Speed: 3.1 GHz

      Number of Processors: 1

      Total Number of Cores: 2

      L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB

      L3 Cache: 4 MB

      Memory: 16 GB

      Boot ROM Version: MBP142.0178.B00

      SMC Version (system): 2.44f1

 

Thunderbolt:

 

    Thunderbolt Bus 1:

 

      Vendor Name: Apple Inc.

      Device Name: MacBook Pro

      UID: 0x000179A160B24301

      Route String: 0

      Firmware Version: 33.1

      Domain UUID: 31118AEF-3C47-0955-8E92-A1CD0BF49E6A

      Port:

          Status: No device connected

          Link Status: 0x7

          Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

          Current Link Width: 0x1

          Receptacle: 4

          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

      Port:

          Status: Device connected

          Link Status: 0x2

          Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

          Current Link Width: 0x2

          Receptacle: 3

          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

 

        AKiTiO Node:

 

          Vendor Name: inXtron

          Device Name: AKiTiO Node

          Vendor ID: 0x41

          Device ID: 0x308

          Device Revision: 0x1

          UID: 0x00417720E900A700

          Route String: 3

          Firmware Version: 25.1

          Port (Upstream):

              Status: Device connected

              Link Status: 0x2

              Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

              Current Link Width: 0x2

              Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.36.0

 

    Thunderbolt Bus 0:

 

      Vendor Name: Apple Inc.

      Device Name: MacBook Pro

      UID: 0x000179A160B24300

      Route String: 0

      Firmware Version: 33.1

      Domain UUID: 99EB4269-BE84-AB52-9070-FF2A3579955C

      Port:

          Status: No device connected

          Link Status: 0x101

          Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

          Current Link Width: 0x1

          Receptacle: 2

          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

      Port:

          Status: No device connected

          Link Status: 0x101

          Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1

          Current Link Width: 0x1

          Receptacle: 1

          Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

 

PCI:

 

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970:

 

      Name: NVDA,Display-F

      Type: Display Controller

      Driver Installed: Yes

      Tunnel Compatible: No

      Pause Compatible: No

      MSI: Yes

      Bus: PCI

      Slot: Thunderbolt@70,0,0

      Vendor ID: 0x10de

      Device ID: 0x13c2

      Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x1462

      Subsystem ID: 0x0010

      ROM Revision: VBIOS 84.04.28.00.f1

      Revision ID: 0x00a1

      Link Width: x4

      Link Speed: 8.0 GT/s

 

    pci10de,fbb:

 

      Type: Audio Device

      Driver Installed: No

      Tunnel Compatible: No

      Pause Compatible: No

      MSI: No

      Bus: PCI

      Slot: Thunderbolt@70,0,1

      Vendor ID: 0x10de

      Device ID: 0x0fbb

      Subsystem Vendor ID: 0x1462

      Subsystem ID: 0x3160

      Revision ID: 0x00a1

      Link Width: x4

      Link Speed: 8.0 GT/s

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egpu-new-user
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Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 11
September 10, 2018 1:08 am  

Hello all.  I am having a problem getting my eGPU to run on my MacBook Pro 15" Mid 2015.  I am running 10.13.6. 

My eGPU is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in an AKiTiO Node via the TB3->TB3 adapter.  There are two problems I am facing and request your help please:

1- Always the AMD Radeon R9 and the Intel Iris Pro Graphics are working, but the eGPU is not (checked the Activity Monitor and it is blank). 
2- There is no chip icon in the status menu, where I can eject the eGPU either.   If I power off the eGPU Node, then I get the expected Kernel Panic screen.

Here is the log output.

egpu.txt

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mac_editor
(@mac_editor)
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Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 1596
September 10, 2018 1:45 am  

@egpu-new-user

  1. For app to use eGPU, use set-eGPU.sh.
  2. NVIDIA eGPUs do not support ejection at this time.

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
----
Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
Command Line Swiss Knife
----
Multiple Build Guides


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egpu-new-user
(@egpu-new-user)
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Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 11
September 10, 2018 2:56 am  

Thank you @mac_editor.  Still unable to select the eGPU.  I ran set-eGPU.sh and chose option 1.  However, even with my external display as primary, both still show the internal GPU:

What do you suggest?  Thanks again.

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mac_editor
(@mac_editor)
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Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 1596
September 10, 2018 2:58 am  

@egpu-new-user please read the troubleshooting guide in the how to menu - specifically the About this Mac section. Display must be plugged into eGPU directly.

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.sh
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Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS
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egpu-new-user
(@egpu-new-user)
Active Member
Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 11
September 10, 2018 3:06 am  

@mac_editor I followed the Troubleshooting eGPUs on macOS link that you show in your signature.  Display was always plugged into the eGPU directly.  Any way, thanks for your response.

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vigs
 vigs
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Joined: 3 months ago
Posts: 1
September 10, 2018 2:42 pm  

I had an Nvidia 1070 working on 10.13.5.  I updated to  10.13.6, and it broke.  I've tried to uninstall the patch, and run again.  Now the scrip fails when I try to run it again.  I have the Nvidia drivers installed and Cuda, but the machine doesn't recognize the card. Here are the machine specs + the log.
Last login: Mon Sep 10 09:05:23 on ttys000
Batman:~ batman$ bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/learex/macOS-eGPU/master/macOS-eGPU.sh) -C

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

Fetching system information...
macOS info [done] system integrity protection [done] thunderbolt version [done] GPU information [done] installed eGPU software [done] installed patches

--- corrupt IO PCIE Tunnelled patch found ---
The script cannot continue with corrupt installations.
Execute 'macos-egpu -U -l' to remove the patch or
execute 'macos-egpu -n -i -l' to repair the patch.

[done] installed programs [done] fetching GPU related system information [done]

macOS-eGPU.sh (v1.6)

Listing installation status of packages...
NVIDIA driver [387.10.10.10.40.105] NVIDIA eGPU enabler [not installed] AMD legacy drivers [not installed] T82 unblocker [not installed] NVIDIA dGPU [not available] NVIDIA macOS 10.13.4/.5 patch [not installed] IO PCIE Tunnelled patch [not installed] unlocked thunderbolt version [3] thunderbolt daemon [not installed] CUDA
CUDA drivers [396.148] CUDA developer drivers [not installed] CUDA toolkit [not installed] CUDA samples [not installed] Listing system information...
macOS version [10.13.6] macOS build [17G65] SIP status [0] thunderbolt interface version [3] eGPU information
connected eGPU [false] NVIDIA dGPU [false] AGW version [10.13.6:17G65] Graphics/Displays:

Radeon Pro Vega 64:

Chipset Model: Radeon Pro Vega 64
Type: GPU
Bus: PCIe
PCIe Lane Width: x16
VRAM (Dynamic, Max): 16368 MB
Vendor: AMD (0x1002)
Device ID: 0x6860
Revision ID: 0x0000
ROM Revision: 113-D0500D-981
VBIOS Version: 113-D05001A1XT-017
EFI Driver Version: 01.00.981
Metal: Supported, feature set macOS GPUFamily1 v3
Displays:
iMac:
Display Type: Built-In Retina LCD
Resolution: 5120 x 2880 Retina
Framebuffer Depth: 30-Bit Color (ARGB2101010)
Main Display: Yes
Mirror: Off
Online: Yes
Automatically Adjust Brightness: No
VP2780 SERIES:
Resolution: 5120 x 2880 (5K/UHD+ - Ultra High Definition Plus)
UI Looks like: 2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz
Framebuffer Depth: 30-Bit Color (ARGB2101010)
Display Serial Number: U8K173800105
Mirror: Off
Online: Yes
Rotation: Supported
Automatically Adjust Brightness: No
Connection Type: DisplayPort

Hardware:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name: iMac Pro
Model Identifier: iMacPro1,1
Processor Name: Intel Xeon W
Processor Speed: 3 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 10
L2 Cache (per Core): 1 MB
L3 Cache: 13.8 MB
Memory: 64 GB
Boot ROM Version: 15.16.6059.0.0,0

Thunderbolt:

Thunderbolt Bus 1:

Vendor Name: Apple Inc.
Device Name: iMac Pro
UID: 0x000195F07C911601
Route String: 0
Firmware Version: 33.2
Domain UUID: 8D91E256-2B2C-8F5C-94DC-36A590C63CE8
Port:
Status: No device connected
Link Status: 0x101
Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1
Current Link Width: 0x1
Receptacle: 4
Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0
Port:
Status: No device connected
Link Status: 0x101
Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1
Current Link Width: 0x1
Receptacle: 3
Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0

Thunderbolt Bus 0:

Vendor Name: Apple Inc.
Device Name: iMac Pro
UID: 0x000195F07C911600
Route String: 0
Firmware Version: 33.2
Domain UUID: BCD931B8-F03E-D751-89C9-CF741618BB3C
Port:
Status: No device connected
Link Status: 0x101
Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1
Current Link Width: 0x1
Receptacle: 2
Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0
Port:
Status: No device connected
Link Status: 0x101
Speed: Up to 40 Gb/s x1
Current Link Width: 0x1
Receptacle: 1
Link Controller Firmware Version: 0.35.0
Batman:~ batman$

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