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Can I use MATLAB with an NVIDIA GPU on macOS 10.14 Mojave and newer?
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MathWorks Support Team on 24 Mar 2021
Edited: MathWorks Support Team on 24 Mar 2021
MATLAB requires that an NVIDIA-supplied graphics driver be installed on your Mac in order to take full advantage of an NVIDIA GPU. NVIDIA has not released an Apple-approved graphics driver for macOS Mojave. For more information, please see this official statement from NVIDIA on NVIDIA's developer forums.
The impact on MATLAB is as follows:
You can use MATLAB with an NVIDIA GPU on macOS Mojave and newer, however, graphics performance is degraded when compared to running MATLAB on previous releases of macOS.
NVIDIA-specific functionality such as CUDA is not available which means GPU Arrays, provided by Parallel Computing Toolbox and used by many products, will not work.
The following products have features that make use of CUDA functionality and these features will be impacted by the lack of an NVIDIA-supplied graphics driver:
More Answers (3)
victor chen on 1 Aug 2021
where I can get the newest version GPU PROCESSOR IN COMPUTER, like APPLE PRO?
OR best for you recommanded !
many thanks indeed
Felix-A. Lebel on 20 Mar 2022
Considering how performant apple made system on a chip architecture (M1) has become, is mathworks considering the possibility of using the new possibilities of this hardware to the benefit of its users? It is a shame that we cannot take full advantage of the hardware due to dispute between Nvidia and apple. Politics should not get in the way of science.