Amd Driver For Mac Os X

Installed Sapphire RadeonHD 7950 Mac Edition in MacPro 5,1 2010 running El Capitan.


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There is a drivers disk enclosed, but of course it would be dated by now, since it's no longer produced.


Does the card require newer driver updates for El Capitan?

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Card boots and appears to run fine, although PhotoShop CC 2015 states 'Photoshop has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has temporarily disabled enhancement which use the graphics hardwire... check the manufacturers' website for the latest software'. Checking Photoshop's prefs, it has Performance / Use Graphics Processor checked OFF (which is where the Graphics Processor to Accelerate Computation and OpenCL settings are)

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I see threads from 2014 about OpenCL compatibility with the 7950, but those are dated and reference Lion and Mavericks.


Anyone have recent experience with the 7950 and MacPro5,1 in this regard?

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