Make the Most of Your Mac: New Driver Delivers Big Performance Gains

Welcome to the fast track.

Our new driver for the Mac Pro offers up to 80 percent improved performance for Macs with Kepler GPUs.

And, for the first time, our driver includes beta support for MacBook Pros and iMacs with Kepler GPUs, as well as beta support for those using Maxwell GPUs in older Mac Pro systems.

We lead the industry with our driver support. Just as for Windows and Linux users, our goal for those with Macs is to provide drivers that elicit the best performance our NVIDIA GPUs have to offer.

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Our latest Mac driver can offer a quick performance boost [1]
PC users have long relied on us for direct access to the latest drivers for their NVIDIA GPUs, so they can unlock these benefits – such as improved performance – without delay.

With our new driver, you can enjoy a major performance boost on a host of key apps, like Apple’s Final Cut Pro, as well as games, like Tomb Raider, Formula 1 2013 and Batman: Arkham City.

If you’re running an older Mac Pro that lets you swap in the latest GPU, you can make the most of our Maxwell architecture. Just update your driver, then add a new Maxwell GPUs.

Find more info, including a list of supported Macs, at our driver download page.


[1] All tests were run on a Mac Book Pro, 2.8GHz i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB PCIe SSD, and GTX 750M 2GB. Baseline graphics driver version 10.10.3. New NVIDIA graphics driver version 346.02.02f03.  Tomb Raider tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 0x anti-aliasing and quality set to low.  Formula 1 2013 tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 2x anti-aliasing and default graphics settings. Final Cut Pro X – Title Render was tested using a ProRes 422 1440x1080p30 project.

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Make the Most of Your Mac: New Driver Delivers Big Performance Gains

Welcome to the fast track.

Our new driver for the Mac Pro offers up to 80 percent improved performance for Macs with Kepler GPUs.

And, for the first time, our driver includes beta support for MacBook Pros and iMacs with Kepler GPUs, as well as beta support for those using Maxwell GPUs in older Mac Pro systems.

We lead the industry with our driver support. Just as for Windows and Linux users, our goal for those with Macs is to provide drivers that elicit the best performance our NVIDIA GPUs have to offer.

MacDriverImage
Our latest Mac driver can offer a quick performance boost [1]
PC users have long relied on us for direct access to the latest drivers for their NVIDIA GPUs, so they can unlock these benefits – such as improved performance – without delay.

With our new driver, you can enjoy a major performance boost on a host of key apps, like Apple’s Final Cut Pro, as well as games, like Tomb Raider, Formula 1 2013 and Batman: Arkham City.

If you’re running an older Mac Pro that lets you swap in the latest GPU, you can make the most of our Maxwell architecture. Just update your driver, then add a new Maxwell GPUs.

Find more info, including a list of supported Macs, at our driver download page.


[1] All tests were run on a Mac Book Pro, 2.8GHz i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB PCIe SSD, and GTX 750M 2GB. Baseline graphics driver version 10.10.3. New NVIDIA graphics driver version 346.02.02f03.  Tomb Raider tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 0x anti-aliasing and quality set to low.  Formula 1 2013 tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 2x anti-aliasing and default graphics settings. Final Cut Pro X – Title Render was tested using a ProRes 422 1440x1080p30 project.

The post Make the Most of Your Mac: New Driver Delivers Big Performance Gains appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog.

Make the Most of Your Mac: New Driver Delivers Big Performance Gains

Welcome to the fast track.

Our new driver for the Mac Pro offers up to 80 percent improved performance for Macs with Kepler GPUs.

And, for the first time, our driver includes beta support for MacBook Pros and iMacs with Kepler GPUs, as well as beta support for those using Maxwell GPUs in older Mac Pro systems.

We lead the industry with our driver support. Just as for Windows and Linux users, our goal for those with Macs is to provide drivers that elicit the best performance our NVIDIA GPUs have to offer.

MacDriverImage
Our latest Mac driver can offer a quick performance boost [1]
PC users have long relied on us for direct access to the latest drivers for their NVIDIA GPUs, so they can unlock these benefits – such as improved performance – without delay.

With our new driver, you can enjoy a major performance boost on a host of key apps, like Apple’s Final Cut Pro, as well as games, like Tomb Raider, Formula 1 2013 and Batman: Arkham City.

If you’re running an older Mac Pro that lets you swap in the latest GPU, you can make the most of our Maxwell architecture. Just update your driver, then add a new Maxwell GPUs.

Find more info, including a list of supported Macs, at our driver download page.


[1] All tests were run on a Mac Book Pro, 2.8GHz i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB PCIe SSD, and GTX 750M 2GB. Baseline graphics driver version 10.10.3. New NVIDIA graphics driver version 346.02.02f03.  Tomb Raider tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 0x anti-aliasing and quality set to low.  Formula 1 2013 tests used the built-in benchmark at 1440×900 with 2x anti-aliasing and default graphics settings. Final Cut Pro X – Title Render was tested using a ProRes 422 1440x1080p30 project.

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