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But, in the past couple of years, Apple has started to recognise that Macs need a bit of a graphics boost in order to tackle tasks such as virtual reality and augmented reality.Apple has also announced a gaming subscription service that's due to arrive later this year - which suggests that it's finally waking up to the Mac games scene at last - and there are rumours that it's developing a VR headset that will require plenty of 3D graphics power to run properly.If you're concerned about the updates available for your particular card, (especially if it is not original to the Mac you're using,) it behooves you to visit the manufacturer's respective web sites to check.You mentioned NVIDIA: here's the link to the drivers available for download.
My expectations revolve around whether Nvidia releases graphic driver updates for Mac and how to check for pending updates. Apple makes its own drivers & they are included in the OS updates.Looks like plenty of options for many operating systems.(Mac OS X NVIDIA drivers are only available for Quadro-series boards, tho'.) It looks like Apple doesn't really bother to update the graphics driver...Link to Open GL support by Mac model have their own release for certain Mac GPUs - this is the current driver as of December 2015 However, they are predominantly for the Quadro series of aftermarket cards rather than default cards supplied by Apple.
There is also support for some cards which have been legacied by Apple - namely the Ge Force 680, 285, 120 & 8800 There is mention of beta support for some recent mobile cards, presumably as Apple are dropping legacy support on these in favour of AMD in the current lineup.On a Mid 2014 Mac Book Pro, running High Sierra, System Report tells me that the driver was last changed in October (so less than a month ago from when I'm writing this, roughly coinciding with the release of 10.13.1).