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April 22, 2018 3:05 am  

@goalque Great progress! It's funny how TB1/2 are working better than TB3. 😀

Edited: 1 month  ago

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April 22, 2018 7:51 am  

I have a 750m in my macbook pro. It says Nvidia Chip model under system report and shows the card as null under the disconnect on the top right. I am not able to log in and have been using bootcamp so I am reinstalling macOS soon and would like to redo all the steps from scratch in case I might've overlooked something. Anyone else out there with a discrete chipand TB2 that got it to work and won't mind sharing their exact steps? Thanks


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April 22, 2018 9:39 am  

@fr34k

Hi there.
I have posted my results from using your script with the Razer Core V1 and a 980ti. First I am going to explain how I installed it, as from the images below, it shows up in my system, but I have no external monitor available.

- I first installed the thunderbolt 3 unlocker suggested https://github.com/rgov/Thunderbolt3Unblocker
- Re enabled SIP
- Installed nvidia drivers
- Disabled SIP
- Ran your script.
(Should I re-enable SIP?)

You can see my system sees the GPU is there, and displays it correctly as a 980ti. But on the tray icon when I try to disconnect it, it shows it as null. I am however totally able to use cuda, as Premiere see it as a render accelerator - so it is working. I just don't have an external monitor working which sucks.

Any ideas on how to fix this? I am considering going out to buy a AMD gpu to avoid this headache, as now that I see my old Razer core will work I don't need to buy a new one of that!

Also running a benchmark in Valley, it says the GPU id is "GPU ID" soo there's that haha. Davinci Resolve also picks up the card perfectly fine, so it's almost there! Just need that external monitor to work!

Also, big thing here. The boot time... is sooooooooo long!!! Like it takes about 5 minutes to get to the sign in screen from a fresh boot.

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April 22, 2018 9:45 am  

@CameoCream: did you see my previous post?

https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/wip-nvidia-egpu-support-for-high-sierra/paged/48/#post-34881

This new finding is not released yet.

You should wait. We're working on the fix, and we have to test it comprehensively before the release. As said, stay tuned.

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April 22, 2018 10:03 am  

@goalque that looks amazing! When you say "no internal screen issues", do you mean you have been able to switch the eGPU to the internal monitor without the need for an external one or an HDMI head?


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April 22, 2018 10:05 am  

Fantastic news guys - thank you so much!


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April 22, 2018 10:15 am  
Posted by: Arthy

@goalque that looks amazing! When you say "no internal screen issues", do you mean you have been able to switch the eGPU to the internal monitor without the need for an external one or an HDMI head?

I meant those drawbacks using the kext replace method from 10.13.3 (black internal screen, slow startup for example). They are no issues anymore with this new workaround.

Acceleration on the internal screen depends on app developers.

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April 22, 2018 10:28 am  

Bravo!!

Thank you guys, I cannot wait until using again the eGPU, since I updated to High Sierra I tried everything with weird results, I guess that my problem also comes by:

1- 2012 "Old" Macbook Retina with Thunderbolt 1
2- Macbook With iEGPU and dGPU in the past was always easier with just one graphic card in the Macbook
2- Old Akitio Thunder 2

Who knows..  Again if you need some beta testing just tell me guys.

Thank you!!

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April 22, 2018 10:48 am  
Posted by: goalque

@CameoCream: did you see my previous post?

https://egpu.io/forums/mac-setup/wip-nvidia-egpu-support-for-high-sierra/paged/48/#post-34881

This new finding is not released yet.

You should wait. We're working on the fix, and we have to test it comprehensively before the release. As said, stay tuned.

Didn't see that, looking good though


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April 22, 2018 10:59 am  
Posted by: goalque

No kext switching, no internal screen issues, fast startup, hot plugging, eGPU screen output.

Good news! Something about what I'd expected from Apple guys when they are releasing 10.13.4 🙂 Ohh, dreams and reality... )

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April 22, 2018 3:55 pm  
Posted by: goalque

No kext switching, no internal screen issues, fast startup, hot plugging, eGPU screen output.

A fraction of critical eGPU functionality is programmed by Apple. Because of conflicting kexts Nvidia cannot provide official eGPU support.

We can do our best. I've been on the sidelines for several months from using Nvidia cards due to the fact that native AMDs are future proof. A single change in the firmware or kernel extensions, and we have a deadlock again. The cat and mouse game is not over.

Thanks to @fr34k's huge contribution in investigating the kernel panic, I discovered a fix that brings native hot plugging with Nvidia cards closer than ever before, on macOS 10.13.4. Clicking on the "disconnect" menu item will close all eGPU apps automatically, and turns off the eGPU monitor. No system crash. Ironically, this worked with my TB2 MBP (applied @mac_editor's TB1/2 enabler). TB3 resulted in system crash.

Tested on a Late 2016 13" MBP non-touch and Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

One more thing. Metal accelerated Rise of the Tomb Raider was butter smooth.

Stay tuned.

Oh, pretty nice!!
Are we having any ETA??

Cheers

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April 22, 2018 6:43 pm  

@mize
No, I have not attempted to go to 10.13.4 with my iMac Pro. I use a MacBook Pro to test all upadates before upgrading the iMac. Good thing, too. If @goalque can get this working, I will try it out again on the MacBook Pro. Sad thing is, they will no sooner get it to work on 13.4 when Apple will release 13.5 and break everything again. So sad... Thank goodness for the smart guys running this site.


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April 22, 2018 6:45 pm  
Posted by: Keith Walls

they will no sooner get it to work on 13.4 when Apple will release 13.5 and break everything again. So sad... 

Yes, but at least those of us who allowed 10.13.4 to autoupdate because we didn't read beyond the "eGPU Support" headline will have learned a lesson… 😉

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April 23, 2018 4:33 pm  

@fr34k After using your script I now see the little processor icon which says "disconnect null". I have a HDMI Cable from my eGPU to an external screen but no output from it. My computer still only recognizes the iGPU. Do I need to install newer drivers/CUDA?

EDIT: Suddenly it stopped showing the little processor icon...

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April 23, 2018 11:55 pm  
Posted by: Andreas Deleuran Nielsen

@fr34k After using your script I now see the little processor icon which says "disconnect null". I have a HDMI Cable from my eGPU to an external screen but no output from it. My computer still only recognizes the iGPU. Do I need to install newer drivers/CUDA?

EDIT: Suddenly it stopped showing the little processor icon...

MacBook Pro 15" retina with Iris Pro Graphics - MacOS 10.13.4 High Sierra - AKiTio Thunder2 PCIe Box - Zotac Geforce GTX 1050ti 4GB mini

 

I have the same card and have been having the same problem for weeks (only difference is that I have a 750m dGPU) please let us know if you get it to work


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April 24, 2018 9:05 am  

Hi @Andreas Deleuran Nielsen, @gumby,

I have the same setup as well and got it to work earlier thanks to @fr34k's script.
I assume you guys are using 10.13.4 ?

Did you try booting your Mac with your eGPU plugged in?
This is what did the trick for me. 

Note: Hot (un-)plugging is still an issue. At least it was for me, as my Macbook would crash all the time.

Best,
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April 24, 2018 9:38 am  

@gregor_zimmermann I tried booting with the eGPU plugged in but it didn't work, it just freezes during the loading screen and then reboots over and over again.

Should I try doing a fresh install of macOS?

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April 24, 2018 9:51 am  
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Posted by: goalque

No kext switching, no internal screen issues, fast startup, hot plugging, eGPU screen output.

A fraction of critical eGPU functionality is programmed by Apple. Because of conflicting kexts Nvidia cannot provide official eGPU support.

We can do our best. I've been on the sidelines for several months from using Nvidia cards due to the fact that native AMDs are future proof. A single change in the firmware or kernel extensions, and we have a deadlock again. The cat and mouse game is not over.

Thanks to @fr34k's huge contribution in investigating the kernel panic, I discovered a fix that brings native hot plugging with Nvidia cards closer than ever before, on macOS 10.13.4. Clicking on the "disconnect" menu item will close all eGPU apps automatically, and turns off the eGPU monitor. No system crash. Ironically, this worked with my TB2 MBP (applied @mac_editor's TB1/2 enabler). TB3 resulted in system crash.

Tested on a Late 2016 13" MBP non-touch and Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

One more thing. Metal accelerated Rise of the Tomb Raider was butter smooth.

Stay tuned.

Oh, pretty nice!!
Are we having any ETA??

Cheers

Very soon. Old Macs equipped with an Nvidia dGPU are still problematic.

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April 24, 2018 10:04 am  

@goalque Do you think this will work on mid-2014 MBP Iris Pro graphics? Or will it only be newer MBPs?

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April 24, 2018 10:17 am  
Posted by: goalque
Posted by: ed_co
Posted by: goalque

No kext switching, no internal screen issues, fast startup, hot plugging, eGPU screen output.

A fraction of critical eGPU functionality is programmed by Apple. Because of conflicting kexts Nvidia cannot provide official eGPU support.

We can do our best. I've been on the sidelines for several months from using Nvidia cards due to the fact that native AMDs are future proof. A single change in the firmware or kernel extensions, and we have a deadlock again. The cat and mouse game is not over.

Thanks to @fr34k's huge contribution in investigating the kernel panic, I discovered a fix that brings native hot plugging with Nvidia cards closer than ever before, on macOS 10.13.4. Clicking on the "disconnect" menu item will close all eGPU apps automatically, and turns off the eGPU monitor. No system crash. Ironically, this worked with my TB2 MBP (applied @mac_editor's TB1/2 enabler). TB3 resulted in system crash.

Tested on a Late 2016 13" MBP non-touch and Mid 2015 15" MBP (M370X).

One more thing. Metal accelerated Rise of the Tomb Raider was butter smooth.

Stay tuned.

Oh, pretty nice!!
Are we having any ETA??

Cheers

Very soon. Old Macs equipped with an Nvidia dGPU are still problematic.

So excited!

thanks!

I'm still on 10.12.6..... waiting

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April 24, 2018 10:27 am  

I'm very grateful for people like @goalque and @fr34k and others who have continued to provide solutions. Their amazing work truly benefits the whole eGPU community. Thank you.

Once this is ready, I'm looking forward to testing my multi-eGPU setups on TB2 (nMP) and TB3 (2017 TB MBP).

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April 24, 2018 1:08 pm  

@goalque , I'm running a Macbook Pro Late 2013 with GT 750M dGPU. In case you need information/files about the system, or maybe testing, I'm at 10.13.3 now with a Timemachine Backup. So I'm safe for experiments, just didn't try anything cause I don't have the programming knowledge to actually make It happen by myself, I've been just using the hacks posted here.

My eGPU is a Modified Akitio Thunder 2 with a Zotac GTX 970.

Anything you need, you can ask.


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April 24, 2018 4:30 pm  

If you're close and need an iMac Pro tester, let me know.

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April 24, 2018 6:00 pm  

Looking forward to goalque's update. Thank you everyone for all your efforts on this, much appreciated.


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April 24, 2018 7:18 pm  

Hello,

It’s been several months since I’m following these forums. I finally made up my mind and went for a eGPU. I just wanted to say that all my testing is done with external SSDs so, if you need some testing with any macOS version with my setup, just ask. I’m happy to contribute.

My build:
Mid 2014 13” MBPr (no dGPU)
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working fine with Win10 (with the usual iGPU issues) and with macOS 10.13.3. Also tested @fr34k’s script on 10.13.4 without issues so far.
Keep up the good work guys!

Cheers.

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April 24, 2018 7:32 pm  

I just want to thank all the people that contribute to this forum, specially @goalque and @fr34k.

I am looking forward for the new scripts 🙂


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April 24, 2018 8:57 pm  
Posted by: goalque
Posted by: ed_co

Oh, pretty nice!!
Are we having any ETA??

Cheers

Very soon. Old Macs equipped with an Nvidia dGPU are still problematic.

Nice!! I think that you can do a second pass for the nVidia dGPU approach, and don't try to solve all problems at once.
I am wondering if you already solved the hot plugging TB3 problem (which ironically worked in TB2).

Cheers

Edited: 4 weeks  ago

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April 24, 2018 9:28 pm  
Posted by: ed_co

Nice!! I think that you can do a second pass for the nVidia dGPU approach, and don't try to solve all problems at once.
I am wondering if you already solved the hot plugging TB3 problem (which ironically worked in TB2).

Cheers

Security update:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208742

Hoping it won't change the situation anyhow.

Well, TB2 "disconnect" worked but physically removing the cable gave kernel panic which wasn't surprise as someone needs to gracefully call the kext's stop method.

@mac_editor can comment about Nvidia dGPUs. 

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April 24, 2018 9:36 pm  

@goalque
Let's see cause many GPU related kexts have been changed...

EDIT: The build number is 17E202

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macOS-eGPU.sh (fr34k's macOS-eGPU.sh)
temporary 10.13.4 script
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2016 15'' MacBook Pro + GTX1080Ti@32Gbps-TB3 (Sonnet Breakaway 550) + macOS 10.13.4 (17E202 driver: 378.10.10.10.30.107 + CUDA: 387.178)
CUDA NN bench: 382s [397s base]


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April 24, 2018 9:48 pm  

If the past is any kind of indicator, we won't be able to download the macOS 10.13.4 17E199 anymore. Apple was pretty quick.

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April 24, 2018 10:55 pm  

I'm on a Mid2014 Apple MacBook Pro, Retina 15", 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 with a Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M.

My eGPU Setup is an AKiTiO Thunder2 PCIe Box with a ROG Strix-GTX 1050 Ti
If there is any way I can contribute to your work, let me know.

I'm on 10.13.3...

Thank you guys so much for your work!!


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April 24, 2018 11:10 pm  
Posted by: goalque
Posted by: ed_co

Nice!! I think that you can do a second pass for the nVidia dGPU approach, and don't try to solve all problems at once.
I am wondering if you already solved the hot plugging TB3 problem (which ironically worked in TB2).

Cheers

Security update:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208742

Hoping it won't change the situation anyhow.

Well, TB2 "disconnect" worked but physically removing the cable gave kernel panic which wasn't surprise as someone needs to gracefully call the kext's stop method.

@mac_editor can comment about Nvidia dGPUs. 

Security update broke the eGPU on my nMP, but that is because there isn't a new Nvidia driver for this version yet.  At least, that's what appears to be the problem.

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April 25, 2018 1:20 pm  
Posted by: goalque
Posted by: ed_co

Nice!! I think that you can do a second pass for the nVidia dGPU approach, and don't try to solve all problems at once.
I am wondering if you already solved the hot plugging TB3 problem (which ironically worked in TB2).

Cheers

Security update:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208742

Hoping it won't change the situation anyhow.

Well, TB2 "disconnect" worked but physically removing the cable gave kernel panic which wasn't surprise as someone needs to gracefully call the kext's stop method.

@mac_editor can comment about Nvidia dGPUs. 

So, not even TB2 is working. So I guess no fix for the TB3, right?
Are you releasing any time soon? For giving us, kind of like a time frame? I am really excited about the idea of making 10.13.4 working 😉
Regarding still not having any nVidia driver, there should be a way to change the nVidia kext in order to accept this version and make it work, at least to test it, right?
Thanks

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April 25, 2018 2:14 pm  

I ran fr34ks script and got the egpu working (allthough the menues lagged a bit). 

A new nvidia driver came out, so I enabled sip, installed it and disabled sip again. It seems it isn't working, can I run fr34k script again or should I try to uninstall it before running it again?


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April 25, 2018 2:16 pm  

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No, run:
bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Benjamin-Dobell/nvidia-update/master/nvidia-update.sh) -f 387.10.10.10.30.106
to patch the drivers. The script is not designed to be re-run.

macOS-eGPU.sh (fr34k's macOS-eGPU.sh)
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