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Excubitoro
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October 27, 2017 6:06 pm  

Had to run the install in this thread again after web driver update.

but now I’m back to recognized device, but black/backlighed external screen.

macbook Pro 2016 15”

aorus gaming box 1070

samssung ultra wide and old Cinema Display


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October 27, 2017 6:16 pm  

 So interesting result on the internal display. I changed from separate displays where I moved the window to the internal via keyboard shortcut to mirroring. Still worked, however GFXBench Metal crashed out in that configuration and refused to run tests on the eGPU. GFXBench OpenGL ran and still seemed to work as I’d expect, but the Metal app wouldn’t run. Going back to separate displays it worked just fine. 


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October 27, 2017 6:54 pm  

question…do I have to enable SIP every time I update the NVIDIA Web Drivers?

AKiTiO Node + ASUS GTX 1070 Turbo 8GB (macOS High Sierra 10.13 and Windows 10)
MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Mid-2014) 3.0GHz Dual Core Intel i7-4578U / 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 / 512GB SSD


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voljumett
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October 27, 2017 8:08 pm  

Does anyone know if there is a way to use overclock tools in MacOS? My graphics card gets really hot and starts throttling, but in windows its no biggie cause of the tools available for OC.

And for MacOS, is there any easy way to use the internal graphics card?

I need to be able to use the internal gpu when I’m not at home, and right now, it says PCIe and it does not work

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MacBook Pro 15" 2016 + HP Omen Accelerator + ASUS Nvidia GTX 1080 A8G


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Juan C. Yunis
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October 28, 2017 12:58 am  
Posted by: dougdu

Success on a Macbook Pro 2017 15″ Radeon Pro 560/Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB in a Sonnet eGFX 550 under both macOS High Sierra 10.13 and Windows 10 RS3 1709.  For me Windows worked fine, just plugged in the thunderbolt cable and installed GeForce Experience and used that to install the latest drivers.  Under macOS I followed the instructions in this thread, I had to boot without the thunderbolt cable attached, then hot plug at the login screen.  After logging in the internal display worked fine but the external display (An old 27-inch LED Cinema Display) remained dark but I could see that the back light had come on.  macOS detected the 1080 and saw that the display was attached.

I brought up display preferences and turned on mirroring and the external display came on, turning off mirroring caused the external display to go black again.  So I clicked “Gather Windows” and was then able to access the settings for both displays.  Setting both displays to “Default for display” from “Scaled” caused both monitors to come on and work as expected.  

Hope this helps,

– Doug

Hi, i have the same MBP but with a Mantiz Venus and GTX1080 Ti, could you describe what exactly did you did to get the external monitor to work? I’ve been trying like crazy. Thanks.

2017 MBP 15″ RP560 + Mantiz Venus + AMD Radeon Pro VEGA Frontier Edition


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October 28, 2017 1:08 am  

I’m going to give it a shot, wish me luck.

13″ MBP 2017 (no touchbar) + Akito Node Lite + Gtx 1050 ti

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October 28, 2017 7:10 am  

Thank you yifanlu for sharing this great solution! Here is my experience/problem with your solution:

System: Late 2014 iMac 5K 27″, Akitio Node, nVidia 1080TI, Apple TB3->TB2 adapter, Dell 27″ 4k P2715Q, Mac OS 10.13 High Sierra, FileVault protection enabled

Symptoms: After initial filevault login screen, both iMac and internal screens go black (eGPU plugged in) and system does not seem recoverable

Works after: Workaround of plugging in eGPU after logging in, then log out/log in (reboot does not work)

Solved: Longstanding problem of being unable to use eGPU with nVidia and getting 5120 x 2880 resolution (woohoo!)

Outstanding: Having to hot-plug, really hoping there is a solution!

If there is any info/logs or anything I can provide please let me know, and I’m happy to test for the Late 2014 iMac 5k.

late-2017 27" iMac Pro RPVega64 + GTX1080TI@32Gbps-TB3 (AKiTiO Node) + MacOS 10.13.2
late-2014 27" iMac 5k R9 M295X + GTX1080Ti@16Gbps-TB (AKiTiO Node via TB3->TB2 adapter) + macOS10.13 & Win10


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October 28, 2017 11:02 am  

help….

i install nvidia web driver first
disable SIP and install NVIDIAEGPUSupport v1

but when i connect core again, only NVIDIA Chip Model shows up

sth i missed?

Screen Shot 2017 10 28 at 5.08.52 PM
Screen Shot 2017 10 28 at 5.08.19 PM

Model 2017 macbook pro w/ Radeon Pro 560

Razer Core + Titan X (worked in 10.12.6)

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October 28, 2017 11:27 am  

Hi every body,

Config : Powerbookpro late 2016 with Radeon 560 – High Sierra 10;13 (17A405)
EGPU Akitio Node (latest thunderbolt driver)
Nvidia 1080 TI
screen HP elite display E231 (1920×1200)

On clean install high Sierra :
Latest driver from Nvidia 378.10.10.10.15.121
1 – starting with egpu connected and sip enable w/out kext : freez at startup with garbage on retina and black on ext.
2 – starting without egpu connected and sip enable w/out kext, and connecting egpu at login screen : getting every thing recognized but black screen on ext. Mouse showing on the ext screen but no image!

I will try now with sip disable!!


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Parnaudfr
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October 28, 2017 11:35 am  

Hi,

Same situation with sip disable!!


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Reinhard1004
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October 28, 2017 1:22 pm  

+1 for the two cases above

same here, only NVIDIA Chip Model is recognized and external screen remains black.
running a late ’16 MBP with radeon 460 and mantiz venus with gtx1080ti


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Bunny
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October 28, 2017 5:35 pm  

Thanks yifanlu for your hard work! My eGPU worked again under High Sierra. The only problem I have that I can’t change the brightness of my internal screen. Not with the function keys and not with in de display settings. Anyone else with the same problem?

I updated the nvidia webdriver today and got the black screen with cursor problem on my second screen 🙁

I use a Macbook Pro 15″ mid 2012 with GT 650m and external Akitio Thunder2 GTX 1050 Ti.


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Chippy McChipset
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October 28, 2017 6:09 pm  

FWIW now getting the Nvidia load error after each restart. Not sure what causes that or if it has any impact on testing results (I doubt it), but in case it makes a difference…….

Screen Shot 2017 10 25 at 4.23.28 PM


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Munchlax
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October 28, 2017 9:50 pm  

So this is strange…

At first, I could only get the eGPU to work if I plugged in at login screen. If I plugged in before booting up my MBP, I would get artifacts on internal screen and black external screen.

Now, it is the opposite… if I plug in at login screen, I get double black screens and if I plug in before booting, it works flawlessly.

Sigh. Really wish Apple would just release official support for NVIDIA eGPU so we can stop hacking our way into functionality.


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October 28, 2017 10:53 pm  

I finally got it working after a few hours of trying… 

I have a Mbpr 13 2015 early + akitio thunder 2 + gtx 1050 setup. 

After followed the instructions for multiple times at first, I always ended up with a black external screen. Then I read through this post and realized the problem is possibly due to DP output. So I connect another Hdmi cable from the box to the monitor, now everything works perfectly. except I have 2 external screen now. (one from DP, one from HDMI). Nevertheless the DP one works perfectly as before.


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October 29, 2017 2:23 am  

I also to sufferes from the black screen on my eGPU monitor.
logout/login does not help.

Mac Mini 2012
10.13.0 updated rfom 10.12.6
Akitio Thunder 3 (TB3->TB adapter)

Also I’m seeing lots of this in the log.

03:17:34.184682 +0100 kernel bool IOAccelResource2::map(): failed to create mapping. resType=0xc0
03:17:34.184747 +0100 kernel GeForce GTX 1070: transaction ID (5685) generated error (0xe00002bc).
03:17:34.184788 +0100 WindowServer [ERROR] – Fallback GPU Display Pipe transaction submission failed
03:17:34.195362 +0100 WindowServer No matching context for device (0x7fc04fc11040) – disabling acceleration.
03:17:34.195391 +0100 WindowServer No matching context for device (0x7fc04fc11040) – disabling acceleration.

2012 Mac Mini + GTX1070@10Gbps-TB1 (AKiTiO Thunder3 via TB3->TB2 adapter) + macOS


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October 29, 2017 3:10 am  
Posted by: Excubitoro

Macbook pro 2016 15″ + Gaming box 1070

Did all the steps and can see monitor and nvidia driver correctly, but the external monitor is black. I’m using a DP for the output, could that be it. Doesn’t it work with Display Port?

I too have a MacBook Pro 2016 15″ + Gaming box 1080. External monitor is black with both DP and HDMI. Is there anything that I can provide/try to help get this configuration working?


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October 29, 2017 9:30 am  

MacBookPro 2016 15″ + Akitio TB 3 + NVidia 980Ti

  • I ran through the process listed on the first page and found when I logged in, I would get the jagged artifacts on my laptop screen and a black screen for my external monitor.
  • I tried booting and logging in without the eGPU connected.  The system booted fine.
  • I then connected the eGPU and saw that the system recognized the eGPU and listed it as NVidia chipset
  • I tried the logging out and logging back in technique but ran into the same artifact screen on my laptop and black screen on the external.
  • I tried enabling the OS X Default Graphics Driver from the NVidia Driver Manager
  • I rebooted with the eGPU disconnected, logged in and connected the eGPU, and saw that no NVidia chipset was shown
  • I then re-enabled the NVidia graphics driver
  • I then tried booting into the recovery mode and used csrutil disable instead of the csrutil enable --without kext 
  • I then reinstalled the NVIDIAEGPUSupport package and rebooted without the eGPU connected
  • I then logged in.  After seeing the desktop, I connected the eGPU and checked the system profiler.  I saw NVidia chipset once again.
  • I then logged out.  Immediately when logging out, my external display turned on and displayed the login screen.

I’m not sure if things were fixed because I used the `disable` option, rather than the `enable –without kext` option.  It seems to be working now, though.

One additional note — It looks as if I always have to boot the laptop with the eGPU disconnected.  Then plugging it in and logging out seems to work.  If I try booting with the eGPU plugged in, I run into the same issue as before (jagged artifacts on laptop screen, black external screen).

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October 29, 2017 8:09 pm  

Works PERFECT!!!!

Mid-2011 iMac with AMD dGPU and no iGPU. Akitio Thunder2 with EVGA 1050 ti SC 4GB.

  • Uninstalled goalque’s automate-eGPU.sh script
  • Enabled SIP
  • Upgraded to High Sierra
  • Installed Nvidia Web Driver 378.10.10.15.120
  • Disabled SIP
  • Installed NVDAEGPUSupport-v1
  • Logged In
  • Plugged in eGPU (System Info listed ‘NVIDIA Chip Model’)
  • Logged Out (The login screen briefly appeared on internal screen before fading in on both monitors)
  • Logged In
  • EVERYTHING WORKED!!!! Games, benchmarks, video editors and Photoshop.

SLEEP WORKS!! I’ve left it for 40 minutes and the system resumes just fine. The eGPU fans remain on and when it wakes up even kept my internal screen disabled via DisableMonitor.

RESTART WORKS!! The external monitor remains black but enabled until after login on the internal screen.

COLDBOOT WORKS!! In Sierra I would occasionally have to plug the eGPU in at the Apple Logo during boot. Now I can leave the eGPU plugged in all the time. The login screen spans both monitors during coldboot unlike when restarting.

NOTE: Do NOT try to enable SIP after you have eGPU working. The login screen will have a light blue background instead of the High Sierra wallpaper. It will still work if you login only once but with strange artifacts on the external monitor. Everything works but anything that is macOS system GUI like Finder and System Preferences will go bonkers if you drag the windows around. The Menu Bar and Desktop would also get ghosts of previous menus and windows. The internal screen remained just fine. If you logout and login again both screens will turn black with only the mouse displayed and allowed to go back and forth between them.

I tried everything to get it working again: every combination and permutation of hot plugging, booting, plugging in while logged in, plugged in at login, reinstalling Nvidia web drivers, enabling SIP with and without kexts, reinstalling NVDAEGPUSupport-v1, changing monitors, colors, refresh rates and more. Finally just reinstalled High Sierra fresh and repeated steps at beginning of post to achieve success again. This time I used the Nvidia Web Driver 378.10.10.15.121 since it was released by then.

Bootcamp and Windows 10 also work just as before only now with a curious quirk. In Sierra with goalque’s automate-eGPU script I would just hold [option] at boot and select the Windows partition. Sometimes it would display black screens on both monitors and never continue booting. The rest of the time it would boot up on the internal screen and then enable the external monitor when ready for login. I would just restart until it recognized the eGPU. Now in High Sierra with yifanlu’s app Windows absolutely refuses to recognize the eGPU at boot unless it is designated the Startup Volume. You can do this in System Preferences or by holding [option] at boot as normal and then holding [control] while selecting Bootcamp using the mouse. The up arrow below the boot volume will turn into a circular arrow. Doing this Windows recognizes the eGPU every time.

I never had sleep or cold boot working consistently in Sierra and am elated to finally be able to leave the Thunderbolt cable plugged in all the time. Works Perfect. yifanlu you are AWESOME!!!!

Edited: 4 months  ago

mid-2011 21.5" iMac HD6750M + GTX1050Ti-4GB@10Gbps-TB1 (AKiTiO Thunder2) + macOS10.13 & Win10


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October 29, 2017 9:03 pm  

Hi, another successful  set up here using MacBook Pro 2016 13″ TB + Mantiz Venus/GTX 1080ti + LG 27UD88-W Monitor. Works on both at boot up with epgu plugged in until logged in or after logged in and plug in egpu then log out and log in. 

(This time I have the display disconnected during installation) I did all the set up in the first post but I got black screen on the external display in the first place . (This time I have external display connected) I uninstalled the web driver 378.10.10.10.15.120 driver, restart it, enabled SIP and installed latest web driver 378.10.10.10.15.121. Reinstalled the NVIDIAEGPUsupport v1 wouldn’t install it asked me to enable csrutil enable –without kext so I did that.  Restart it and reinstall NVIDIAEGPUsupport v1 and security & privacy asked me to allow web driver and the other publisher yifanlu(thanks to him BTW) allowed both but I can’t remember  which part of the security asked me either be on web driver or NVIDIAEGUsupport but will pop up on any of them just accept it. Restart it and boom works everything.

Regarding windows I got the error 12 but I just disable and re-enbale very last PCI Express Downstream on the same port as your egpu restart it and it works again. If you have windows on  external drive keep the very last PCI Express Downstream disabled all the time, i tested this set up before with external ssd t3 drive plugged in on egpu via usb 3.0 port or sata connection inside egpu worked both the same. I ended up installing bootcamp/windows on my MacBook Pro its easier for big updates compare  to external drive needs fresh installation everytime when there’s big update.

 


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October 29, 2017 10:32 pm  

Working with MPB 2016 non-touchbar with Akitio Thunder3 + Nvidia 1050TI. Thanks guys!

Macbook Pro 13" 2016 (Two Thunderbolt Port)
Akitio Thunder3 (Default)
ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX 1050TI 4GB

eGPU working with macOS High Sierra and Windows 10 Bootcamp.


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October 29, 2017 11:05 pm  

Screen Shot 2017 10 30 at 00.01.11

Is the eGPU usable when recognized like this?


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October 30, 2017 3:12 am  
Posted by: Reinhard1004

Screen Shot 2017 10 30 at 00.01.11

Is the eGPU usable when recognized like this?

In my experience, it needs to list your exact card model for it to work. 

15” MBP 2017 w Touch Bar, OS X 10.12.6, Mantiz Venus w GTX1080.


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October 30, 2017 4:46 am  
Posted by: mustardseedsg
Posted by: Reinhard1004

Screen Shot 2017 10 30 at 00.01.11

Is the eGPU usable when recognized like this?

In my experience, it needs to list your exact card model for it to work. 

This is what I also see when I connect the eGPU after logging in.  Once I log out it and log back in, then shows the proper graphics card information.


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October 30, 2017 7:08 am  

Mac Pro (Late 2013) with Akitio Node TB3 with Apple USB-C/TB3 to TB2 adapter and Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme GeForce 1080 Ti Waterforce working great. Going to test a multi-eGPU setup soon(ish).


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October 30, 2017 9:57 am  
Posted by: dougdu

I brought up display preferences and turned on mirroring and the external display came on, turning off mirroring caused the external display to go black again.  So I clicked “Gather Windows” and was then able to access the settings for both displays.  Setting both displays to “Default for display” from “Scaled” caused both monitors to come on and work as expected.  

 

Thanks! This is really help! I encountered the same problem and spent a lot of time reinstall all things.

2016 13″ MBP nTB + Akitio Thunder 3 + GTX1050ti


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October 30, 2017 2:36 pm  

Great job! It’s working on my MBP 2016 15” +  Gaming box 1070, with the steps:

  1. Logging in without the eGPU attached
  2. Plugging in the eGPU (check in system profiler that it is detected)
  3. Logging out and logging in again

oooh…How could I upload a pic…   T_T


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October 30, 2017 2:54 pm  

I have some issues that I have been trying to fix without success.

MacbookPro 15, mid 2014, gt750m.

1. Enable SIP and install nvidia webdriver 378.10.10.10.15.121 on High-Sierra

2. After reboot, the Nvidia webdriver cannot be enabled (the boot process stops with a spinning wheel under Apple logo) if I keep SIP enabled. It goes through with nvidia enabled if I disable SIP (?)

3. I install NVDAEGPU as indicated (with SIP disabled), and after reboot, I get a black screen, both internal and external (direct connection of screen to miniDP on mac). At that stage, I can control keyboard brightness, etc — I think I am normally booted up, but without display/window manager working.

 

Anyone has had similar a similar issue?

Thanks!

 


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October 30, 2017 4:38 pm  

Our of curiosity, have any of you guys tried enabling G-Sync if you have a compatible monitor? Does it work without any issues?

Another success story over here – only after the second try. Had to start fresh, reinstall and now it all works

2017 15" Macbook Pro RP560 + GTX1080@32Gbps-TB3 (Asus XG Station 2) + macOS10.13.1


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October 30, 2017 4:41 pm  

@unknownsolo, FreeSync and G-Sync do not in macOS.

Numerous implementation guides


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October 30, 2017 4:52 pm  
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@unknownsolo, FreeSync and G-Sync do not in macOS.

As in will it not work? Or will it just break everything? I see the option available in my nvidia control panel but havn’t enabled it. It’s no big deal, I’m just curios 

2017 15" Macbook Pro RP560 + GTX1080@32Gbps-TB3 (Asus XG Station 2) + macOS10.13.1


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October 30, 2017 4:52 pm  
Posted by: Eightarmedpet

Need to see pics of that double GPU Mac Pro…

I second that

2017 15" Macbook Pro RP560 + GTX1080@32Gbps-TB3 (Asus XG Station 2) + macOS10.13.1


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October 30, 2017 5:22 pm  

Any v2 news? I am really anxious about it!!

mid-2017 Macbook Pro RP560 + MSI GTX1080Ti GAMING X@32Gbps-TB3 (Mantiz Venus) + macOS10.13.3 & Win10


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October 30, 2017 5:34 pm  
Posted by: rob12a

I have some issues that I have been trying to fix without success.

MacbookPro 15, mid 2014, gt750m.

1. Enable SIP and install nvidia webdriver 378.10.10.10.15.121 on High-Sierra

2. After reboot, the Nvidia webdriver cannot be enabled (the boot process stops with a spinning wheel under Apple logo) if I keep SIP enabled. It goes through with nvidia enabled if I disable SIP (?)

3. I install NVDAEGPU as indicated (with SIP disabled), and after reboot, I get a black screen, both internal and external (direct connection of screen to miniDP on mac). At that stage, I can control keyboard brightness, etc — I think I am normally booted up, but without display/window manager working.

 

Anyone has had similar a similar issue?

Thanks!

 

I’m having something similar on my Macbook Pro mid 2012 non-retina GTX 650M + Akitio Thunder 2 + GTX 1050.

– I perform a clean install of high sierra
– Installed latest Nvidia Web Driver (that shows error but continues the install)
– Disable SIP, install NVDAEGPU

But the mac load but the white screen with apple logo get stuck, if I close the lid and open the I can see my desktop window and only can move the mouse cursor but no image refresh.

In a few days I’ll try again reinstalling the OS.

 

mid-2012 15'' Macbook Pro GT650M + GTX1050@10Gbps-TB1 (AKiTiO Thunder2) + macOS10.12.6 & Win10 <-- using
mid-2012 15'' Macbook Pro GT650M + RX460@10Gbps-TB1 (AKiTiO Thunder2) + macOS10.12 <-- no windows detection


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October 30, 2017 6:37 pm  

My egpu config is Sonnet Breakaway 350, with TB3-TB2 adapted, and a K4200 in it. But I am not even at the point where I can test it, since I have no working display even without it when I install NVDAEGPU. 

@ozzy @Tico @tbl777: did you do anything else than the steps mentioned in the first post to get your set-up to work? In particular, do you get any error with the nvidia web drivers, or do they work flawlessly, even with SIP on?

Thanks!

 


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