NVIDIA® CUDA Toolkit 11.0 no longer supports development or running applications on macOS. While there are no tools which use macOS as a target environment, NVIDIA is making macOS host versions of these tools that you can launch profiling and debugging sessions on supported target platforms.
Download English (US), CUDA Application Support: In order to run Mac OS X Applications that leverage the CUDA architecture of the NVIDIA GPU, including Adobe Premier Pro CS5, you will need to download a runtime CUDA driver.
You may download all these tools here. Note that the Nsight tools provide the ability to download these macOS host versions on their respective product pages.
Please visit each tool's overview page for more information about the tool and its supported target platforms.
The macOS host tools provided are:
You should see the following output:
Honeyminer software is written in the United States, compiled completely in-house, code-signed by DigiCert, and fully audited for security compliance.After Honeyminer is installed, you can turn it on and off as you please. Bitcoin miners for mac. Your computer should run perfectly normal with it on, the one exception would be if you were playing a graphics-intensive video game, you may want to pause Honeyminer as the same graphics card is used to mine.
If you are logged in as a Guest or Standard User, you cannot install the driver. Some organizations do not allow users to regulate what they install and manipulate system and application settings. Contact your system admin for help with installing the driver in such a situation.
macOS 10.13.6 (most recent version of High Sierra)
macOS 10.14 (Mojave) and later does not currently support CUDA so do not upgrade beyond macOS 10.13.6 if CUDA support is required.
|Premiere Pro version|
Premiere Pro version 13.1.x or earlier.
Starting with Premiere Pro 14.0, CUDA is no longer supported. If you have an Apple supplied NVIDIA GPU, you can use the Metal Renderer. For more information, see Changes to GPU and DV/HDV support in Premiere Pro on macOS.
|GPU||Current NVIDIA GPU with at least 4 GB of memory|
|Display driver||NVIDIA display driver version 3220.127.116.11.40.105 or late|
Close all running Adobe applications before proceeding.
You must update the NVIDIA display driver before updating CUDA. Check your macOS build number and download the corresponding driver, using the following table.
|macOS build numbers||Driver versions|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G8030)||318.104.22.168.40.130|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G7024)||322.214.171.124.40.128|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G6030)||3126.96.36.199.40.127|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G6029)||3188.8.131.52.40.123|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G5019)||3184.108.40.206.40.122|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G4015)||3220.127.116.11.40.113|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G3025)||318.104.22.168.40.108|
|macOS 10.13.6 High Sierra (17G65)||322.214.171.124.40.105|
Open the downloaded PKG file to begin installation.
Restart your machine when installation is complete, even if the setup does not prompt you to do so.
After the display driver is updated, use download the qualified CUDA installer DMG from this location.
Open the downloaded DMG and double click the CUDADriver.pkg file to begin installation.
When installation completes, restart your machine even if the setup does not prompt you to do so.