Originally Posted by Descadent
woah. hows the performance with that card on mac. I thought there wasn't driver support? I don't keep up with apple.
With Mountain Lion, they added support for NVIDIA 6xx series GPU's. On the Mac Pro, the 660 Ti, 670 and 680 work just fine. The only slight downside with a PC card is that there is no boot screen with an Apple logo, so the monitor turns on when it's at the login window.
For acceleration in Adobe programs, Final Cut Pro, DaVinci etc. you have to download the CUDA driver from the NVIDIA website. It's a simple install like any other mac app. I use this machine for photo and video work. I have two video cards in it currently, the Apple branded GT120 and a REFERENCE GTX 670. When I'm working with DaVinci, I hook up my monitor to the GT120 so it acts like a GUI Card and lets the GTX 670 do all the live video processing.
Aside from when I'm using DaVinci, I use the GTX 670 as the daily driver.Edited by mikeseth - 2/10/13 at 8:42am