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acantril
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Posted by: itsage

I tested GTX 960, GTX 980 Ti, and GTX 1070 with a bunch of TI83 Thunderbolt enclosures (AKiTiO Node, AORUS Gaming Box, Mantiz Venus, OMEN Accelerator, and Sonnet Breakaway Box). Nvidia eGPU does not work in High Sierra at the moment. The web driver is not enough to enable external graphics in 10.13.

Apple's native eGPU support is for a select group of AMD cards only. The reason Nvidia eGPU was possible in 10.12 Sierra is due to workarounds such as Goalque's automate-eGPU script and Ratasfabi's eGPU-enabler app. Apple has changed external GPU activation in 10.13 and these workarounds are no longer effective in High Sierra.

If you have upgraded to High Sierra and found your Nvidia eGPU no longer working, either downgrade to 10.12 or go AMD RX 580/Vega 56. The clearest message you can send to the manufacturers is with your wallet. Also comment on AppleInsider's article and 9to5Mac's article about their inaccuracy. 

The workarounds we have from 10.12 don't work - thats fine.

but... is there a chance of updates making them work ? or has something changed within 10.13 that prevents that method working ?

Or isnt there anyone working on getting it working ?

 

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@acantril, there are people working hard to make Nvidia eGPU compatible with macOS High Sierra. Our best hope is Apple engineers working with Nvidia engineers to release this feature in spring 2018. It’s possible a developer takes matter to his/her own hands and come up with a workaround. As of now Nvidia eGPU in 10.13 is a no-go.

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Great to hear itsage, will keep my fingers crossed for Nvidia support. Would prefer it to be official as the 10.12 hacks did not play well with the LG 5K Display...

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The main question being: will Apple let them or will they shut Nvidia out in favor of AMD.

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Sell Nvidia, buy Radeon = happy life and no more freeze, headache every update. RX 580 works like a charm. Vega 56 will be ready soon I hope


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Posted by: ikir

Sell Nvidia, but Radeo = happy life and no more freeze, headache every update. RX 580 works like a charm. Vega 56 will be ready soon I hope

The problem is gaming. I have a 2k 144hz monitor. I've been using my 1080ti for gaming on Bootcamp and I can reach around 160fps on Overwatch on 2k Epic settings. There's no way to achieve that with AMD cards now 🙁

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Posted by: Rycco
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Sell Nvidia, but Radeo = happy life and no more freeze, headache every update. RX 580 works like a charm. Vega 56 will be ready soon I hope

The problem is gaming. I have a 2k 144hz monitor. I've been using my 1080ti for gaming on Bootcamp and I can reach around 160fps on Overwatch on 2k Epic settings. There's no way to achieve that with AMD cards now 🙁

Maybe not these numbers but you can get more than enough with Vega, just need more mature drivers


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Posted by: ikir
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Sell Nvidia, but Radeo = happy life and no more freeze, headache every update. RX 580 works like a charm. Vega 56 will be ready soon I hope

The problem is gaming. I have a 2k 144hz monitor. I've been using my 1080ti for gaming on Bootcamp and I can reach around 160fps on Overwatch on 2k Epic settings. There's no way to achieve that with AMD cards now 🙁

Maybe not these numbers but you can get more than enough with Vega, just need more mature drivers

Maybe next AMD gen. People are waiting for a miracle to happen on a new Vega driver. That will not happen, Vega ain't focused on gaming and ain't getting closer to Nvidia's 1080ti performance.

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Better not generalize, Windows games and macOS Metal games should not be put under the same performance category. Metal is a low-overhead API, for gaming too. Blizzard has released some games in Metal (World of Warcraft, StarCraft II and Heroes of the Storm), but games released this year probably have the best AMD compatibility and performance.

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So thanks for the interesting discussion 🙂

AMD Graphics Cards are working out of the box in OSX. And Nvidia Graphics Cards are working in Windows.

But which Gpu is the best when I Need windows and OSX?

 

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What if you already have 10.13 High Sierra installed and aim for using an Nvidia 1080ti in Windows Only.

Does that work?
Or do even the Windows solutions (MBP) only work with 10.12 Sierra?

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Posted by: Reinhard1004

What if you already have 10.13 High Sierra installed and aim for using an Nvidia 1080ti in Windows Only.

Does that work?
Or do even the Windows solutions (MBP) only work with 10.12 Sierra?

That work. Either OS is independent. 

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Posted by: Rycco
Posted by: Reinhard1004

What if you already have 10.13 High Sierra installed and aim for using an Nvidia 1080ti in Windows Only.

Does that work?
Or do even the Windows solutions (MBP) only work with 10.12 Sierra?

That work. Either OS is independent. 

Not sure if that's right.
Is there anybody who has Nvidia running under 10.13 Sierra?

I went through the standard windows setup and I'm having a strange situation here... had no error 12 and Device Manager shows GTX 1080 Ti up and running. See screenshot.
But the fans of the card are not running. And the performance is much more like Radeon Pro 460.

Trying to update the mantiz venus firmware, i get another error, see pic.

Dunno what to do next ... only idea is downgrading macos to 10.12 ... but is that the cause?

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Posted by: Louis

So thanks for the interesting discussion 🙂

AMD Graphics Cards are working out of the box in OSX. And Nvidia Graphics Cards are working in Windows.

But which Gpu is the best when I Need windows and OSX?

 

 Knows anyone an solutiom? Which GPU should I buy?

 

Thank`s !

 

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acantril
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ReinHard - the thunderbolt firmware thing is to be expected, you dont have the Tb software install - its not needed for the EGPU to be operational.

In terms of the fans - they dont spin up (on most 1080TI's) until load is applied.

The screen you are using, is it attached to the 1080TI ? or are you attempting to accelerate the internal screen, or one connected to the laptop via USBC or DOCKS ?

If you connect an external screen to the EGPU, it should work natively...any 3d app started and set to use the external screen will be accelerated by the EGPU.

If you want INTERNAL screen acceleration (and n.b that screens connected to the laptop using USBC/TB3 or TB3 docks are classed as internal) you will need to disable the AMD dGPU and enable the integrated GPU (intel). If you do that the nvidia drivers can use that integrated GPU as an output.

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Posted by: Reinhard1004
Posted by: Rycco
Posted by: Reinhard1004

What if you already have 10.13 High Sierra installed and aim for using an Nvidia 1080ti in Windows Only.

Does that work?
Or do even the Windows solutions (MBP) only work with 10.12 Sierra?

That work. Either OS is independent. 

Not sure if that's right.
Is there anybody who has Nvidia running under 10.13 Sierra?

I went through the standard windows setup and I'm having a strange situation here... had no error 12 and Device Manager shows GTX 1080 Ti up and running. See screenshot.
But the fans of the card are not running. And the performance is much more like Radeon Pro 460.

Trying to update the mantiz venus firmware, i get another error, see pic.

Dunno what to do next ... only idea is downgrading macos to 10.12 ... but is that the cause?

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I`m unable to boot into windows since 10.13 Upgrade (screen freezes during windows boot screen) still trying to fix it... anyone similar issue?

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yes, with egpu plugged in, also tried to plug in during booting as you suggested, no luck so far :-/

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Eightarmedpet
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Matb you’re not quite doing it right?

Also, I’m running 10.13 and my bootcamp side functions fine, drivers need updating though as you can’t reboot in macOS through the control panel. 

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Posted by: acantril

ReinHard - the thunderbolt firmware thing is to be expected, you dont have the Tb software install - its not needed for the EGPU to be operational.

In terms of the fans - they dont spin up (on most 1080TI's) until load is applied.

The screen you are using, is it attached to the 1080TI ? or are you attempting to accelerate the internal screen, or one connected to the laptop via USBC or DOCKS ?

If you connect an external screen to the EGPU, it should work natively...any 3d app started and set to use the external screen will be accelerated by the EGPU.

If you want INTERNAL screen acceleration (and n.b that screens connected to the laptop using USBC/TB3 or TB3 docks are classed as internal) you will need to disable the AMD dGPU and enable the integrated GPU (intel). If you do that the nvidia drivers can use that integrated GPU as an output.

Thanks!

Tried it on the internal screen before. Couldn't get much acceleration...

With an external screen I just got it working fine now! =)

One detail:

  • I could only get it running with connecting the TB 3 cable on the LEFT side front port (Late 2016 15" MBP). Right side didn't recognize the card and egpu enclosure.

And one more question:

What would be the simplest procedure to re-activate the Radeon 460 in Windows (e.g., when on the go)?

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acantril
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Posted by: Reinhard1004

Thanks!

Tried it on the internal screen before. Couldn't get much acceleration...

With an external screen I just got it working fine now! =)

One detail:

  • I could only get it running with connecting the TB 3 cable on the LEFT side front port (Late 2016 15" MBP). Right side didn't recognize the card and egpu enclosure.

And one more question:

What would be the simplest procedure to re-activate the Radeon 460 in Windows (e.g., when on the go)?

So with the 2016 you will have more problems in terms of code 12 (lack of resources) and only certain TB3 ports working. On the 2017 models, thats largely been fixed.

If you only ever want to use external screens ... then its easy.

Plug your screen into the EGPU directly. 

That way - when you are at home, the EGPU is used for external screen, the AMD is used for internal.

WHen you are away from home, the AMD is used for internal screen still... and if you connect anything directly to the laptop via TB3/USBC its also used.

You can disable the AMD, and attach the intel to the internal screen - and accelerate that via the EGPU - but IMO its messy and nto worth the effort.

By default, the AMD is used in windows unless you have an EGPU.

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Posted by: acantril

So with the 2016 you will have more problems in terms of code 12 (lack of resources) and only certain TB3 ports working. On the 2017 models, thats largely been fixed.

If you only ever want to use external screens ... then its easy.

Plug your screen into the EGPU directly. 

That way - when you are at home, the EGPU is used for external screen, the AMD is used for internal.

WHen you are away from home, the AMD is used for internal screen still... and if you connect anything directly to the laptop via TB3/USBC its also used.

You can disable the AMD, and attach the intel to the internal screen - and accelerate that via the EGPU - but IMO its messy and nto worth the effort.

By default, the AMD is used in windows unless you have an EGPU.

Thanks a lot!

It actually works out of the box with an external screen, without doing any of this: https://egpu.io/bootcamp-setup-guide-tb3-macbook-pro/

Actually needed to re-run the bootcamp setup on windows first, to get the AMD Radeon Pro 460 back with correct drivers.
Now it's really plug & play.

  • Boot with eGPU plugged and the GTX 1080 ti runs without any fiddling (efi, bus deactivation,..).
  • Boot without eGPU plugged and its normal windows with Radeon Pro 460.

Thats quite good for now. 🙂

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Posted by: Reinhard1004
Posted by: acantril

So with the 2016 you will have more problems in terms of code 12 (lack of resources) and only certain TB3 ports working. On the 2017 models, thats largely been fixed.

If you only ever want to use external screens ... then its easy.

Plug your screen into the EGPU directly. 

That way - when you are at home, the EGPU is used for external screen, the AMD is used for internal.

WHen you are away from home, the AMD is used for internal screen still... and if you connect anything directly to the laptop via TB3/USBC its also used.

You can disable the AMD, and attach the intel to the internal screen - and accelerate that via the EGPU - but IMO its messy and nto worth the effort.

By default, the AMD is used in windows unless you have an EGPU.

Thanks a lot!

It actually works out of the box with an external screen, without doing any of this: https://egpu.io/bootcamp-setup-guide-tb3-macbook-pro/

Actually needed to re-run the bootcamp setup on windows first, to get the AMD Radeon Pro 460 back with correct drivers.
Now it's really plug & play.

  • Boot with eGPU plugged and the GTX 1080 ti runs without any fiddling (efi, bus deactivation,..).
  • Boot without eGPU plugged and its normal windows with Radeon Pro 460.

Thats quite good for now. 🙂

1) Install windows (bootcamp)

2) Patch windows

3) Connect eGPU with card in

4) Win10 will actually install the GTX1080ti drivers itself... BUT

5) Download and install latest NVIDIA drivers

6) Reboot, connect external display

7) Done.

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Posted by:

The version of macOS doesnt impact if it works in windows...

The GTX 1080TI will work in 10.12 currently though ... the workaround to get NVIDIA cards working is good in 10.12 and NOT good in 10.13

But - for just bootcamp(windows) the macOS is not relevant.

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Posted by: acantril

1) Install windows (bootcamp)

2) Patch windows

3) Connect eGPU with card in

4) Win10 will actually install the GTX1080ti drivers itself... BUT

5) Download and install latest NVIDIA drivers

6) Reboot, connect external display

7) Done.

Yepp, quite easy and no risk to get windows stuck on booting etc. But only if you're running an external monitor.

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Hey everyone,

Please go to this link and send feedback to Apple:  https://www.apple.com/feedback/macos.html

Hope they will consider it when received large feedback about this problem.

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Posted by: ngthtg735252

Hey everyone,

Please go to this link and send feedback to Apple:  https://www.apple.com/feedback/macos.html

Hope they will consider it when received large feedback about this problem.

Submitted some ... thanks for the link!

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I have a Kepler GeForce GT 630 that I had working on Sierra. Would Kepler make a difference in the likelihood of a workaround?

 

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Apple has just released a new build for High Sierra 10.13, but the issue seems to stay in place.

Even NVDIA driver are not compatible yet with that version, I managed tweaking the pre-install to install, but later they are not recognised and stay on default ones.

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Posted by: gh3go

Apple has just released a new build for High Sierra 10.13, but the issue seems to stay in place.

Even NVDIA driver are not compatible yet with that version, I managed tweaking the pre-install to install, but later they are not recognised and stay on default ones.

You need to edit also plist-file in the installed kexts. But it won't help - still Nvidia chip model is the best I've got.

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yep did that in the new location under /Library/Extensions but as you mentioned the best I get is Nvidia Chip.

I tried playing a little looking at the AMD Kexts and forcing the IOPCIMatch strict too, but no luck yet, let's see if a new update from NVDIA driver makes stuff working back...

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Posted by: Reinhard1004

Thanks!

Tried it on the internal screen before. Couldn't get much acceleration...

With an external screen I just got it working fine now! =)

One detail:

  • I could only get it running with connecting the TB 3 cable on the LEFT side front port (Late 2016 15" MBP). Right side didn't recognize the card and egpu enclosure.

And one more question:

What would be the simplest procedure to re-activate the Radeon 460 in Windows (e.g., when on the go)?

So with the 2016 you will have more problems in terms of code 12 (lack of resources) and only certain TB3 ports working. On the 2017 models, thats largely been fixed.

If you only ever want to use external screens ... then its easy.

Plug your screen into the EGPU directly. 

That way - when you are at home, the EGPU is used for external screen, the AMD is used for internal.

WHen you are away from home, the AMD is used for internal screen still... and if you connect anything directly to the laptop via TB3/USBC its also used.

You can disable the AMD, and attach the intel to the internal screen - and accelerate that via the EGPU - but IMO its messy and nto worth the effort.

By default, the AMD is used in windows unless you have an EGPU.

Hi! I'm new here,
wonderful forum!

May I ask some question??
recently I'm planing to get a monitor first, then eGPU late on (currently low on budget)

I'm using Macbook pro 2016 15" RP460
My pick on a monitor that will be a 144hz 1440p G-sync Monitor (For normal day2day use on mac, and gaming on windows)
and get a type c to DP adaptor or cable for now
And I might get a Aorus Gaming box GTX1070 later
and at that time I'll plug the monitor to the DP on the Card
(if I get this monitor then I'll have to go with Nvidia to get the benefit of G-sync)

For now I'm still staying at 10.12.6  (waiting for official support for Nvidia cards)
So after the research on the web and forum...

I'll do the walk around on Mac with the script, and other steps to follow on Windows
and all should work, right?

or maybe because I'm not doing something too extensive on MacOS so maybe I don't even need it to work on mac(RP460 works fine).
But the question is 
1.  Will the monitor connect on the DP on the Graphic card still work on MacOS? at least past through to use it with my iGPU or dGPU??

2. and if..... if I upgrade to High Sierra,
then eGPU will not work on MacOS, but still work on windows?
and will the monitor connect on the DP on the Graphic card still work on MacOS? at least past through to use it with my iGPU or dGPU??

and for the reply u wrote above
"If you only ever want to use external screens ... then its easy.

Plug your screen into the EGPU directly. 

That way - when you are at home, the EGPU is used for external screen, the AMD is used for internal."

If I always want to use dual screen (so I get the screen first)
does this mean I don't have to do any thing,
the external monitor will just work?  is this on windows, or even MacOS
so I get 2 GPU working same time for different output?

 My final goal is  to get the eGPU working and kind of like a docking station
so I come home, plug in, and I'll get my external monitor and so as the usb hub on the eGPU box working
for my normal day2day tasks,
and if I want to play games, I'll reboot into bootcamp windows and try to take full benefit of that eGPU

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NVIDIA has just released a new version of the driver for the patched version of 10.13, but (sadly) still not work as expected

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Posted by: gh3go

NVIDIA has just released a new version of the driver for the patched version of 10.13, but (sadly) still not work as expected

Are you saying a different set of drivers from the ones released on 9/27? If so please post a link if you can. I'm curious to see it.

Also I could be wrong but I haven't seen anything to suggest that Apple's Supplemental Update had any bearing on eGPU stuff. I believe it included the following things:

  • macOS installer improvements
  • security patches
  • a fix for cursor problems in Adobe InDesign (not tied to eGPUs).

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I have no link it auto-updated with Nvidia tool, but if you use the egpu enabler script I noticed that it downloads the new one

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