How to Use NVIDIA Cards with your Mac eGPU (Easiest Method)

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Fr34k, a crafty developer over on eGPU.io, has created a super easy to use script that will enable NVIDIA GPU support on any Mac running High Sierra. So really quickly in this video, I’ll show you how to use it to get NVIDIA cards working in your Mac eGPU.

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BOOREDATWORK’S GAMING ON AN i9 MACBOOK PRO –

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11 Comments

  1. This is better then Apple eGPU $600 and be stuck with for life no thanks, I think I will use Razer, thanks for the video sir

  2. Great video and this is genius!

    But does this process in anyway deactivate the native GPU that comes with the macbook pro?
    By how much does it improve rendering and export of footage using premier Pro and is there a safe mode or ability to just reset and maybe start over in case a Newby is unable to accurately enter the codes/keys/patches?

  3. Or you could just build a pc and buy a separate laptop for the price of a new mac

  4. Nice tool, really To follow tutorial, not many steps.
    Video liked as always mate

  5. What do these scripts actually do…. Just enable green team drivers or what.!?

  6. Dont make these type of videos
    As apple has recently striked many channels recently for doing these type of things

  7. BTW, how the performance was improved in rendering and that stuff?

  8. i have the sonnet egpu and gtx1050 for some reason nothing works , i wanted it for 3d rendering in blender on a mac mini

  9. Is the NVIDIA card recognized by bootcamp? And is it absolutely necessary to have an external monitor?

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