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  1. In this thread we can talk about any subject related to AMD 3970x Proxmox VE guide published here:
  2. Preface: Inspired by the lack of patches for this new ThreadRipper CPU series , I have started to find a way to have "the fast Amd hack ever". Hard task was to setup a pretty bare machine inside an OSX linux vm. Many solutions were evaluated to reach this important goal. Ubuntu, CentOS, UnRaid and so on Tested many VM and found many interesting stuff on the net. Kholia's or foxlet's GitHub guide for example or nicksherlock's guide more Proxmox like. With these guide is possible to start our job and to have a working OSX..but I need more! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I want to use my single Nvidia Gpu on it and for it I need a different approach. Single GPU usually is a pain because when we passthrough* it to the guess PC..we will loose it. So, we have to use another PC to connect in it or a simple Android or iOS tablet (now I am use my iPhone for this task ๐Ÿ™‚ ) So, after some days of brainstorming with @tomnic we choose to start with Proxmox VE. It seemed the most flexible linux distro to reach my goal. macOS High Sierra and Nvidia web driver installed with no compromise. Proxmox Ve allows to build a bare metal system with Gpu passthrough, and, most important thing it has a web interface to control guest PC * Passthrough is a technique to "pass" hardware to a virtual machine loosing only a minimal part of hardware performance More difficult and critical task is passthrough our hardware to VM in a way which will allow me to have a pretty similar performance as a real hack and overall to have GPU at its best in this system. Prequisites: A minimal linux experience (I have had no idea before about linux and this was the main difficulty for me) To know what to search usefull for my need! A OSX, linux or windows system to collect some files (I have used used linux and OSX, with latest one preferred. System configured is in my signature, summarized here: MSI Trx40 10G Pro AMD 3970x Threadripper 32 cores / 64 threads (this guide is also useful for 3960x and maybe for 3990x (capping cores not supported by OSX kernel) 1Tb Nvme Sabrent and so on... Let's start! Mandatory Elements: 0) Proxmox VE (Proxmox Ve's wiki link) 1) a working OSX. Linux, Windows ( in this guide we use OSX High Sierra 10.13.6 2) download Vm_assistant's script, an exclusive script by macOS86.it and @Gengik84 VM assistant From this link a simple guide: Promox VE installation procedure: In this guide I will not do a detailed guide to install this linux release, you can find useful information on: link to Proxmox link to iso installer Use your favorite Iso installer to produce a bootable USB pen drive (8gb or more is fine) In this guide I have used Balena Etcher: link Balena Etcher Warning for initial installation part! * Due a problem with new TRX40 motherboard , ProxMox 6.1 and lower will hang on early booting stage. To avoid this you have to modify grub.cfg file in this way: find this line: linux /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.10-1-pve root=/dev/mapper/pve-root ro quiet with this linux /boot/vmlinuz-5.3.10-1-pve root=/dev/mapper/pve-root ro quiet mce=off adding mce=off allows us to start this exciting journey.... Alternatively you can modify this line directly on boot menu selection before selecting your choice (press E and add mce=off as shown before) thanks @KTC for pointing me in the right direction * this problem could be resolved with a future Proxmox update SOLVED in Proxmox 6.1-3 and greater step 1: boot from your ProxMox Ve USB pen drive, you will have: select Install Proxmox VE and then follow indication you can see below. Note Fill your network data with your (setup should do it for you except for Domain and your email) Installation is done! ๐Ÿ˜› Reboot and choose your usb pen drive and boot from it. In a few second you will see: Now pay attention..if you have not modified grub.cfg...you MUST do it now pressing E on keyboard and adding manually mce=off as previously shown. You have also to remember to do it permanently when we start in Proxmox VE first time. At login user is root password (your previous choice during Proxmox installation) now it is possible to be a bit worried..if you are (as I was) not confident with linux command)..but I will try to stay more simple I can. Start to find googling how to read or to modify some files in linux (text configuration file I mean). I have used nano command..you can also use vim or similar command. Now, take note of link you can see in this picture: (yours could be different) and the magic starts : )
  3. NVIDIA ID: 10DE GPU ID compatibili serie 10xx PASCAL (MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Nvidia Web Drivers) 1B02 GTX Titan Xp (GP 102-450 Pascal core) 1B80 GTX 1080 1B81 GTX 1070 1B83 GTX 1060 1C82 GTX 1050ti 1D01 GT 1030 GPU ID compatibili serie 9xx MAXWELL (MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Nvidia Web Drivers) 1402 GTX 950 1401 GTX 960 13C2 GTX 970 13C0 GTX 980 17C2 GTX TITAN X GPU ID "Legacy" ancora compatibili serie 6xx e 7xx KEPLER e KEPLER 2.0 GK110-301-B1 (Kepler) GK104-225-A2 (Kepler) GK104-325-A2 (Kepler) GK104-425-A2 (Kepler) GK106-400-A1 (Kepler) GK208-203-B1 (Kepler 2.0) GPU ID compatibili famiglia KEPLER (tutte le versioni di MacOS) 1185 GeForce GTX 660 (GK104-200-A2) 1189 GeForce GTX 670 (GK104-325-A2) 1180 GeForce GTX 680 (GK104-400-A2) 1187 GeForce GTX 760 (GK104-225-A2) 1184 GeForce GTX 770 (GK104-425-A2) 1004 GeForce GTX 780 (GK110-301-B1) 1005 GeForce GTX Titan (GK110-400-A1) 1001 GeForce GTX Titan Z (GK110-350-B1) GPU ID compatibili famiglia KEPLER 2.0 (tutte le versioni di MacOS) 128B GeForce GT 710 2GB (GK208-203-B1) 1288 GeForce GT 720 1/2GB (GK208-203-B1) 1287 GeForce GT 730 4GB (GK208-203-B1)
  4. foskvs

    nvidia WebDriver

    Version 387.


    Versione dei web driver per le emergenze e che รจ possibile installare un po' ovunque. Se invece servono un po' tutte le varie release per i diversi macOS --> MACVIDCARDS
  5. 11 downloads

    Script tramite il quale รจ possibile sbloccare l'installazione di qualsiasi release di webdriver nVidia
  6. salve a tutti ho problemi con HDMI audio su Hackintosh HighSierra con scheda Video Nvidia 1050ti 4g allego efi EFI copia i5 8400 gtx 1050ti 8gb ram high sierra ACPI.zip Mac.ioreg
  7. Mocca55

    Nvidia GT530

    The Nvidia GeForce GT530 works OOB with Sierra and EL Capitan. Greetings Mocca55
  8. The Nvidia GeForce 310 works fine with High Sierra 10.13.6 with Inject Nvidia in the Config.plist Greetings Mocca55
  9. The Nvidia Quadro FX1800 works fine with High Sierra 10.13.6 with Inject Nvidia in the Config.plist. Greetings Mocca55
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