GeForce Mac OS X Driver Release 19.5.8 19.5.8f03

Version: 19.5.8f03
Release Date: 2010.06.18
Operating System: Mac OSX SnowLeopard 10.6.8
Language: English (U.S.)
File Size: 20.7 MB

Release Highlights

CUDA Application Support:
In order to run Mac OS X Applications that leverage the CUDA architecture of the NVIDIA GPU, including Adobe Premier Pro CS5, you will need to download a runtime CUDA driver. To run CUDA applications with Mac OS X v10.6.x Snow Leopard please download and install the CUDA 3.1 driver for MAC located here.

New in Release 19.5.8f03:
  • Improved OpenGL performance for Geforce GTX 285 under certain conditions
  • Improved compatibility with recent Mac OS X Software Updates.
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  • Supported Language
    • Chinese(simplified)
    • Chinese (traditional)
    • English
    • French
    • German
    • Italian
    • Japanese
    • Korean
    • Russian
    • Spanish

Supported products

GeForce 200 series:
GTX 285

Additional information

To download and install the drivers, follow the steps below:
STEP 1: Review the NVIDIA Software License. Check terms and conditions checkbox to allow driver download.

You will need to accept this license prior to downloading any files.

STEP 2: Download the Driver File

Download - RetailMac19.5.8f03.dmg

STEP 3: Install
If your web browser is set to ‘Open “safe” files after downloading’ (the default setting for Apple’s Safari browser) the installer package will automatically launch as soon as it finishes downloading. If the file does not automatically launch, double-click the driver package icon. Once launched, it will guide you through the installation process.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Operating System
    • Mac OS X v10.6.4
  • Processor
    • Intel Xeon® processor or higher
  • RAM
    • 2GB recommended
  • System Interface
    • Dual slot with one (1) open PCI Express x16 slot
    • 2 6-Pin PCI Express Power connector cables (included with graphics card in retail package)
  • Mac Pro Requirements: To find out if you are running the correct Mac Pro requirements, go to About This Mac to find out what system you are running. You can find this by doing the following:
    • Go to About This Mac
    • Click on the More Info button
    • Select Hardware
    • The model identifier should be Mac Pro 3,1 or 4,1 , or later
      (NOTE : Mac Pro 1,1 or 2,1 is not compatible)