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GTX 1050 not detected in Sierra, Display 3MB

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GTX 1050 not detected in Sierra, Display 3MB

Hey everyone,

I've just installed SierraZone onto my PC and the installation is pretty much flawless (sound and network working) apart from my graphics card cannot be detected.  Even after installing the correct nvidia drivers and setting up the correct parameters in clover configurator, still no luck for me. About Mac shows display 3mb and no graphics acceleration (a lot of screen glitches and choppiness). I'm really hopeful that someone here can help fix this problem. I already attach some screenshot from my system. Let me know if i need to provide more information. 

Thanks

Specs:

Dell Precision T1600

Intel Core i3 2100

Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB

4GB DDR3

 

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Niresh    2,309

You should update your macOS to 10.12.5 and then update Web driver, Pascal series support starts from 10.12.5 *(If i am correct)

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Sorry for the late reply,

 

Thank you for your suggestion  @Niresh and @neverwannaknow!

Now my graphics card worked fine and shows 2GB of memory j6rCK56.png

But now I have occasional random crashes showing some words on the screen and then it goes to reboot. I guess that is kernel panic? but I cannot find the log everywhere. is it located in the console here below? because there's no recent ones after the crash happened.SpUdvKN.png

I have tried reinstalling OS X a couple of times but it still happen even when it is fresh install. how I can diagnose this problem? Thanks

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What system definition have you used? I think iMac 12,1 or 12,2 should be best for your cpu and motherboard. Let us know if that helps. 

On 27-6-2017 at 5:43 PM, mattsebastian said:

Intel Core i3 2100

 

I don't know if chaining the sysdef makes a difference regarding system stability, but still🤔

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