If you want to do this and use your very nice GPU, you will need to go back to High Sierra. macOS 10.13.6Steppenwolf wrote: ↑Tue May 21, 2019 5:38 amDear MikeB,
I am ready for it.
Please think, that I am not that programmer expert. I have Mojave 10.14.5 and a macbook pro (mid 2014) with no CUDA Driver.
Is there already one for Mojave?
If you need further Information...
Let us now start step by step with a detailed Instruction....
https://www.nvidia.com/object/macosx-cu ... river.html - to use Lc0 without the full face of your GPU will be very frustrating and you would have CPU mode only which is hideously slow with Lc0 and I cannot in good conscious take you down that route for you to get 10 or 15 nodes per second ( not sure what the number is , but it will be below 100 for sure). One can say Apple and LcO do not really play nice with each other. Dowgrading your OS is not fun either and usually not recommended. Your best bet is to pick up a used Macbook Pro - your exact model for $699 from here
https://ipowerresale.com/product/15-mac ... 14-cto-bc/? and under software options , choose macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Never upgrade the OS in this machine until you know the cuda driver for Mojave is available.