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Topic locked. Oct , OSX All VBox guests broke because of 3D acceleration: The VB frame became disconnected from the window's content, a rather strange effect.
I run macOS The one application that can read out all these sensors is TechTool Pro. Please let us know if you find something In these instances you fix the problems by disabling hardware acceleration and WebGL. If all else fails, you can manually specify routes between the host and guest using macvtap and ip , or set up a macvlan. Android Studio. It's possible that you will first get asked to join a Wi-Fi network if the diagnostic image can't be pulled from the machine itself, but it should join known networks automatically.
Apparently this is a Known Problem for a while. The fix is to disable 3D acceleration. Which brings me to my observation: Does 3D acceleration actually make any difference?
My experience says "No. How would I get a more objective reading on the usefulness of 3D Acceleration?
Yes, I was referring to Metal compute acceleration, apologies if that wasn't clear. Below that in brackets then it says No compatible GPU.
I have a Macbook 12" here which is upgraded to High Sierra so I downloaded the 1. This obviously should not be the case since the imac has a way more powerful dedicated graphics processor than the Macbook Well I was able to answer that question myself as the other apps I was waiting on for High Sierra support are now updated.
So, having just updated the imac to High Sierra, the option to enable 'Metal compute acceleration' is still not available. Re-testing the lighting filter on the same image as before and the lowly Macbook 12 is still miles smoother and faster at applying this filter. Is this feature really just for integrated GPU?
I also have similar questions. I'm Mac Pro , High Sierra.
The graphics chip is nvidia GTX This chip is compatible with metal1. Other applications also recognize metal. I don't know whether "Metal1 correspondence" automatically evolves to "Metal2". This is an imagination. Or, because metal uses natural hardware acceleration, it is judged that there is no need to select it, and the hardware acceleration item is grayed out?
But when I select OpenGL, it remains grayed out and don't change. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Hardware acceleration uses your graphics card, or GPU, to load and view media for PCs running Windows operating systems only, Linux and Mac OS X users. Hello and thank you for this wonderful product, I hope it continues to be a roaring success for you all. I have not upgraded to High Sierra yet as.
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