We would like to warn all non-standard Apple Nvidia GPU users, flashed cards or not, to refrain from installing the latest Apple security update until Nvidia releases a new version of their Web Driver.
The new security update is disabling the current version of Nvidia’s Mac Web Driver, if you’re card is flashed this will mean no GPU acceleration, if your card is un-flashed, this will mean you wont be able to boot into your system without another flashed/Apple GPU.
Some cards affected are:
- Nvidia GTX TITAN
- Nvidia GTX TITAN Black
- Nvidia GTX 980
- Nvidia GTX 970
- Nvidia GTX 780
- Nvidia GTX 770
Nvidia should release a new update today, or in the next few days at the latest.
- Nvidia Web Driver fix for latest Apple Security Update 2015-002: GTX 980, GTX 970, GTX 780, GTX TITAN & GTX TITAN Black issues fixed
- Nvidia Web Drivers for OS X 10.10.5 (14F1021) & OS X 10.11.1 Updated: New GTX 9XX & TITAN X drivers released
- Nvidia Web Drivers Now Available for OS X 10.10.5: GTX 970, 980, 980 Ti & TITAN X now compatible with 10.10.5
- Updating to OS X 10.11 with Flashed Nvidia GPUs in a Mac Pro: Detailed update instructions
- Complete List of Nvidia OS X Drivers for GTX 960, 970, 980, 980Ti & TITAN X: New web page added to site
- How to Install a Standard PC Nvidia GTX GPU in a Mac Pro: Using an unflashed GTX TITAN X, 980 Ti, 980, 970 or 960 in a Mac Pro