[APP] NVIDIA eGPU support for High Sierra (NVIDIAEGPUSupport)
Anyone else having issues with Safari having issues like ghosting, artifacts, and all white webpages? Can't seem to figure out a fix on my own. 🙁
-OSX 10.13.3 (17D47)
-SonnetBox Dev. Edition with 450W power supply
-Aorus GTX1080Ti Waterforce 11GB (2x8pin PCI power connection)
-Installed WebDriver 3220.127.116.11.25.156 with SIP enabled
-reboot -> login -> reboot into recovery -> disable SIP (complete) -> reboot login
-Installed NVDAEGPUSupport-v6 as compiled on page one of this thread.
Attempts: (all with SIP=Off)
(1) Apple Chime -> plugin eGPU ~1 second later = FAIL login hang at spinning white wheel (99%)
(2) Login -> plug in eGPU -> logout = FAIL hangs with black screen
(3) Login -> logout -> plug in eGPU -> login = FAIL again, the load bar fails around 99% spinning white wheel
(4) As expected, any unplug of eGPU causes Kernel panic and mandatory reboot.
-For cases 2&3 I do see generic "NVIDIA Chip" identifier in System Report/Displays
-Have not tried bootcamp yet
Where can I see kernel logs? console app?
somethings been altered with the new 10.13.4 beta2 that renders the webdriver unusable on my macbook. Even though I patched it with the new build number. I was using the 104 driver. My eGpu is a Razer Core V2 and GTX 980 gpu, it has been running fine on the Beta1.
Now when I plug it in my computer crashes and shows kernel panic. If I uninstall the web driver I am unable to plug the eGpu in without crashing and it mounts the external HDD that are connected to the e-gpu.
have no clue as to what to do...
if I uninstall the web driver (i have tested 104 and 156), then it will not crash my machine. All devices connected to the e-gpu connect nicely even, I can detect the gpu card via the web driver.sh script. But as soon as I have the driver installed and try to connect my e-gpu it crashes the machine. So my guess is that the problem is isolated with the driver trying to load something.