NVIDIA CUDA computing platform will no longer support macOS

Apple’s long-term partnership with Nvidia may be over in the near future, with N Card saying in a recent release note that the new CUDA 10.2 is the last version to support the development and running of CUDA applications on macOS. This means that future CUDA drivers will no longer support Apple devices.

Why from now on Apple and NVIDIA this time is to cool off, because CUDA is the N card unique computing platform, can make better use of the N card functions, play to maximize. For example, it can provide better performance for Adobe Premiere and After Effects, and, of course, more importantly, on-game performance.

Fortunately, the latest MacBook Pro is 16 inches tall, and the new AMD 7nm graphics card stands out.

And AMD’s performance over the past two years has been impressive.

NVIDIA CUDA computing platform will no longer support macOS

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