Lots of folks freaking out about Mojave and Metal. Early adopters are being forced to watch the new "Dancing Poo Emoji" wriggle his way into their hearts from a stuttering, un-acclerated screen.
Who is already enjoying this little stinker in full 3d glory? Folks with the few Metal cards that got included in the OS before apple jammed their head into the sand in 2012. As i live in a temperate location and on the roof, i can't have those little heat engines from AMD in my place. This leaves me with Nvidia.
i'm about to go toss in a 470/480/570/580 to verify that those work. But most folks are sticking with GTX680 as it is on 'the list'. no Web driver needed, and metal support to run Mojave. It "just works".
but the good news is you don't have to limit yourself to this specific card. in the same family (and using same driver files in OSX) are other cards from Kepler family. Apple also includes the Quadr0 K5000 on their VERY short list. So we are too. Starting in next few days you will see K5000 available from us. We may do some other Quadro cards while we are at it.
But forgotten here is that a GTX780 can run rings around either of those two. The 3g version is popular but 6G version far more useful, and is supported. The creme de la creme of Kepler was Titan. But hard for most to tell a Kepler Titan (supported) compared to Titan Black (which was NOT supported in the OS last I checked, and is confusingly, not black but silver like the one that IS supported )
but frequently overlooked are the entry level Kepler cards. Specifically, the GT630 and GT640. These cards have boot screens on any port up to 2560x1600 and will do full 4K 60p once desktop is reached. and they DON'T REQUIRE Web Driver.
SO, whenever there is an os update or Web Driver delay, these cards all keep working. A GT630/640 thus becomes a good basic card for these machines. A fitting replacement for the GT120, which is now a lovely grey paper weight.