Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers
Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers
387.10.10.10.40.130

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Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers free download for Mac

Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers

387.10.10.10.40.130
30 July 2019

NVIDIA Drivers for GeForce and Quadro video cards.

Overview

The Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers include the new NVIDIA Driver Manager preference pane, as well as an optional menu bar item for quick access to the preference pane and basic functions. The preference pane can be accessed normally through the System Preferences.

Note: If your Mac Pro model allows you to upgrade your graphics card, NVIDIA provides various models designed to fulfill different types of requirements: GeForce GTX 680 / GTX 285 / GT 120 / 8800 GT and Quadro K5000 / 4000 / FX 4800 / FX 5600.

Once the graphics card is in place, you should install the Nvidia Quadro & GeForce Driver software to take advantage of everything it has to offer. However, you can also use it with the default OS X Graphics Driver.

Effortless to install software package designed for NVIDIA graphics cards used to upgrade Mac Pro computers

The Nvidia Quadro & GeForce Driver package comes with its own installer that will determine if the software is compatible with your current architecture. If all conditions are met, all you have to do is follow the on screen instructions.

Besides the actual driver, the installer also places an optional menu in your status bar designed to provide quick access to frequently used functions, and a System Preferences pane that includes different customization options.

Customize your graphics card behavior through an user friendly preferences pane

Right off the bat, the Nvidia Quadro & GeForce Driver pane enables you to quickly decide which driver you want to employ: the default OS X Graphics Driver, or the NVIDIA Web Graphics Driver.

Moreover, if your graphics card model is supported, you get to easily enable the Error Correction Codes (ECC). Last but not least, you can check if there are any software updates, so you will always have access to the most recent driver software.

NVIDIA vetted driver developed for graphics cards compatible with Mac Pro computers

Even if you can employ the default OS X Graphics Driver, installing the Nvidia Quadro & GeForce Driver is recommended if you want to take full advantage of all the cards capabilities. Noteworthy is that, if you encounter any issue, you can clear your Mac’s NVRAM and the system will reboot and restore the original drivers.

What's new in Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers

Version 387.10.10.10.40.130:
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9 Quadro & GeForce OS X Drivers Reviews

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evilinstone
19 September 2013

Most helpful

just found http://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-313.01.03f01-driver.html
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Version 8.17.74
Kobalt
17 May 2016
The latest version compatible with today's OSX 10.10.5 security update is here http://us.download.nvidia.com/Mac/Quadro_Certified/346.02.03f07/WebDriver-346.02.03f07.pkg
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Version 10.1.43
wintermute
12 March 2015
A more up-to-date listing of Nvidia Drivers for Mac is here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/301416-nvidia-web-driver-updates-for-yosemite/
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Version 10.1.43
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wintermute
wintermute
12 March 2015
...By the way, the latest OS X 10.10.2 security update breaks the Nvidia drivers for users using non-Apple Nvidia cards, such as many users of old Mac Pro "cheese-grater" machines.
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Hayo
24 October 2014
2 days ago it would really have helped me to have the latest version here for 10.9.5. For anyone else: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/77751/en-us Rob
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Version 8.27.26
umaromc
22 October 2014
Updated for Yosemite (will NOT install in Yosemite Beta, run GM/Final installer from MAS!) http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/78853/en-us (CUDA update listed on page)
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Version 8.27.26
Neal
04 July 2014
Thank you nVidia. Apple dev's write rubbish drivers. They can' t even keep Steve Jobs' promise of OSX being the best OS for OpenGL.
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Version 8.27.26
Mysticalos
04 July 2014
Probably want to give the relevant driver version. 8.27.26 is near pointless. What matters is the R334.x.x info as that's nvidia's versioning.
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Version 8.27.26
Mcr
20 September 2013
From the same nvidia link mentioned by @Evilinstone: MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS for Driver Release 313.01.03f01 Model identifier should be MacPro3,1 (2008), MacPro4,1 (2009), MacPro5,1 (2010) or later Mac OS X v10.8.5 (12F37) So it would seem these aren't intended as general drivers for any/all macs, just those models.
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Version 8.17.74
evilinstone
19 September 2013
just found http://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-313.01.03f01-driver.html
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Version 8.17.74
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umaromc
umaromc
20 September 2013
That's the same as 8.17.74 If you've the CUDA drivers also installed it will display, next to "GPU Driver Version," 8.17.74 (313.01.03f01)
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Jess-MacUpdate
Jess-MacUpdate
20 September 2013
We realize there's something of a discrepancy in all these numbers: the download shows "313.01.03f01," the plug-ins themselves show "8.17.74," and the control panel and preference pane show "1.0." So, how do we list this thing? We felt that it was best to indicate the actual release level of the drivers themselves. Besides, "313.01.03f01" was found nowhere except in the name of the download. Go figure....
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umaromc
umaromc
20 September 2013
In the Preference Pane/NVIDIA Driver Manager, under the Updates tab, I see the 313.01.03f01 version number. I do see that the 1.0 is listed in the Get Info, but I don't think they've ever changed that. Confusing.
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Mcr
19 September 2013
Hmmm...no notes, not sure whether to try to install this..anyone? Is this just CUDA drivers, or actually replacements for built in OS X drivers? Why wouldn't they be included as part of a OS X point release update, or show up under Software update? I would gladly install this if it allowed me to dynamically enable/disable monitors in a multi monitor setup. for those of you who don't know what I mean, right now, if you have multiple monitors physically connected, but sometimes only want output to one monitor (i.e. forget extended desktop), the only way to do this is disconnect the cable. Simply turning off power to the 2nd monitor doesn't disable output to it. The mouse cursor can still 'drift' over onto the other display and windows can open that you can't even see. There are third party tools that get around this, but I get the feeling they are kind of 'haxie's
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Version 8.17.74
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Adreitz
Adreitz
20 September 2013
These are actual graphics card drivers. CUDA is altogether separate. I have them installed just for the sake of a higher version number, but I haven't seen any appreciable performance or reliability difference. I'm using a flashed GTX 570.
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Mcr
Mcr
20 September 2013
Thanks Adreitz! Could you tell me if the Driver Pref pane provides any functionality to manage multiple monitors, particularly a way to disable or turn off output to a monitor?
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