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  1. I guess, the problem is with Nvidia's drivers for the mac. I have made extensive tests on the same rig with OS X and Windows 10. In the Valley benchmark I got 200% on Windows 10 compared to OS X. Around 4020. Cheers Philipp
  2. Thank you @NickPick528! I am using a MacPro 2012 with 2 x 3.46 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon, 64 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 with latest OS X 10.12.5 and latest Nvidia Drivers. I power the GTX1080ti with an external PSU (bequiet P11 750W). The card definitely gets enough power. And cooling shouldn't be an issue either. Nvidia is not officially supporting the 1080ti with its Mac Web Drivers: It is not listed under supported products. The support staff of Nvidia just stubbornly says that this card in not supported on Macs and that I should contact Apple about it. It's unreal.
  3. Hi yall, I still get bad results with the GTX1080ti (Asus founders edition): Any ideas on this? The card should receive enough power. The 8- and 6-pin PCIe power cables are connected to an external RM650x (jumping the green wire on the mb-cable). Cheers Philipp
  4. Hi, I have the same issue. Got an Asus GTX1080ti with 11GB VRAM and it's performing very badly in the test: Cheers Philipp