Question: Frozen GPU on late 2013 Mac Pro under High Sierra
Has ANYONE on this list successfully installed High Sierra 10.13.2 on a late 2013 Mac Pro with D300 graphics cards? I'm becoming convinced that Apple has introduced a bug in the graphics driver as part of the enhancement to allow external GPUs on the latest iMacs. If I do a clean install from an external bootable drive (completely wiping my internal disk), install no additional software, no additional extensions, make only one change to the system preferences (I set the displays to not sleep), and launch no applications - my GPUs lock up after anywhere from an hour to a day. I come back and the screen saver is frozen. The system is still running - I can ping it. If I make additional changes to the System Prefs to allow ssh (remote terminal login) or file sharing, I can login and see the files on my network. Apple has replaced the A GPU twice and the B GPU once with no change.
If I boot into Safe mode so the GPUs are disabled, the system will run with no problems.
Any thoughts anyone?
Mac Pro, macOS High Sierra (10.13.2), Late 2013 Mac Pro, 64 GB, 1TB, D300