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Default NVIDIA GeForce 302.71 - 05-30-2012, 14:22 | posts: 114

NVIDIA GeForce 302.71 Mobile -Windows 8 preview


Windows 8 64bit
DriverVer = 05/21/2012, 9.18.13.0271
Driver 302.71 is r302_00-98

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/top...oshiba-mobile/
http://www.laptopvideo2go.com/drivers/win8x64/302.71


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Default 05-30-2012, 14:25 | posts: 12,151 | Location: England

Interesting. Newer than the v301.42 WHQL drivers I believe. Will obviously need a modded INF to install on desktop cards though.

Wonder if this will contain the v-sync stutter bug fix? Seems unlikely but it is one reason to try them I guess if you're a GTX 6x0 card owner.

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For Windows 8 only?
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 14:31 | posts: 114

Also, (came with Geforce 302.71)

NVIDIA PhysX v9.12.0507

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/top...hysx-v9120507/

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Default 05-30-2012, 14:43 | posts: 12,151 | Location: England

Waiting to hear some feedback from GTX 680 owners who've installed these, although I may try them myself later on. If they don't contain the Bully/F1 2010 fixes though (the v302.59 drivers didn't either) then I'll roll back to v301.42.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 15:13 | posts: 2,082

It's tempting, but I only like to get my drivers when released on nv's page.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 15:20 | posts: 8,075 | Location: Urban`Jungle

Thanks, will try later


edit: it supports WIN7 too

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The very latest driver on this planet is a mobile driver and from Toshiba, miracles do happen.

Includes new PhysX driver v9.12.0507, will upload seperately

Modded INF made to support all known GPU's and supports Windows 8, Windows 7 and Vista 64bit only

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Default 05-30-2012, 15:46 | posts: 196 | Location: Russia

Nice driver!! I`m on w8 CP, works great!! and regfix pcie 3.0 works now for me!
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 15:52 | posts: 59 | Location: Luxemburg

I have for the moment only tried Darksiders, because it is not a demanding Game, an the vsync Bug with my gtx680 seems to be fixed :-)
   
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U serious? Could you download the Mass Effect 3 demo and see FPS curve with afterbruner? I'm not at home and can't test atm.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 16:05 | posts: 8,075 | Location: Urban`Jungle

Well these are still CUDA 4.2.1...


But the good news is they're from a new r302 branch > 302.71: r302_00-98 <


Idk, i hope there is no P-state bug with adaptive applications (firefox), so far so good.


edit: just make sure to manually delete Display.update/display.optimus folder, because it won't work.. It installs it correctly, etc., but when you try to run via nvcpl its missing (in other words useless).

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Default 05-30-2012, 16:19 | posts: 59 | Location: Luxemburg

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U serious? Could you download the Mass Effect 3 demo and see FPS curve with afterbruner? I'm not at home and can't test atm.
Sorry not the Time to do that, but the Games:

StarCraft 2
Kingdoms Of Amalur
Lego Batman
and as told befor Darksider

seem to not having the vsync Bug, so I think the fix is includes in this Drivers.

Everything test seems to work a lot smoother than with the 301.42
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 16:22 | posts: 671

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U serious? Could you download the Mass Effect 3 demo and see FPS curve with afterbruner? I'm not at home and can't test atm.
let us know the results of that.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 16:31 | posts: 442

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edit: just make sure to manually delete Display.update/display.optimus folder, because it won't work.. It installs it correctly, etc., but when you try to run via nvcpl its missing (in other words useless).
Is this all I have to do in order to install normally on a GTX680 desktop system? Going to try them out tonight.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 16:36 | posts: 12,151 | Location: England

I'm dubious that these drivers contain the v-sync stutter bug fix myself as ManuelG (NVIDIA forum) has said they won't be out until late June. Why would they turn up in a notebook driver of all things?

I mean I accept it is possible but I suspect it's placebo myself. Will try them out for myself later as I can see these 60-58 fps and 60-55 fps drops in a number of my games and Assassin's Creed II stutters noticeably while turning the camera. Also, Diablo III has obvious stuttering, made worst by server latency.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 16:41 | posts: 671

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I'm dubious that these drivers contain the v-sync stutter bug fix myself as ManuelG (NVIDIA forum) has said they won't be out until late June. Why would they turn up in a notebook driver of all things?

I mean I accept it is possible but I suspect it's placebo myself. Will try them out for myself later as I can see these 60-58 fps and 60-55 fps drops in a number of my games and Assassin's Creed II stutters noticeably while turning the camera. Also, Diablo III has obvious stuttering, made worst by server latency.
He's talking about an official Nvidia release, these are leaked. Drivers will be submitted for WHQL testing weeks before we see them. There is a definite possibility the vsync fix is in the 302 branch and we just happened to get lucky with these leaking while a 302 branch driver is probably out to MS for WHQL certification.
   
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Default 05-30-2012, 17:24 | posts: 8,075 | Location: Urban`Jungle

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Is this all I have to do in order to install normally on a GTX680 desktop system? Going to try them out tonight.
Yes and replace that INF from laptop2go link

edit: P-states are ok, no full3d clock bug by adaptive applications like with leaked 302.59.

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He's talking about an official Nvidia release, these are leaked. Drivers will be submitted for WHQL testing weeks before we see them. There is a definite possibility the vsync fix is in the 302 branch and we just happened to get lucky with these leaking while a 302 branch driver is probably out to MS for WHQL certification.
The 302.71 drivers are certified though for notebooks so that would mean they'd be several weeks old (from submission). I suspect that ManuelG would have mentioned something if a driver set with the fix was undergoing certification. In all likelihood - in my opinion - these do not contain the fix at all but it's possible that game optimisations in this branch may have reduced the stutter unintentionally to less obvious levels. Maybe.

I'm currently deciding whether to try these or not later but if I do then I'll certainly post my findings as I know exactly what to look for.
   
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Where can I find the newest HD Audio driver as a standalone? It wasn't included with this package.

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The 302.71 drivers are certified though for notebooks so that would mean they'd be several weeks old (from submission).
Look at the driver date, they're about 9 days old. I don't know what you mean by "certified", but they aren't signed by Microsoft (no WHQL).
   
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seem to not having the vsync Bug, so I think the fix is includes in this Drivers.

Everything test seems to work a lot smoother than with the 301.42


PLACEBO
   
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Look at the driver date, they're about 9 days old. I don't know what you mean by "certified", but they aren't signed by Microsoft (no WHQL).
http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/top...oshiba-mobile/

WHQL Cert is checked there - I dont know if the driver actually is or not but yeah.
   
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WHQL Cert is checked there - I dont know if the driver actually is or not but yeah.
The security catalog is provided by Nvidia, so they're not WHQL. Doesn't much matter though does it, most of us could care less about a driver being WHQL certified.
   
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The security catalog is provided by Nvidia, so they're not WHQL. Doesn't much matter though does it, most of us could care less about a driver being WHQL certified.
I don't know how to tell if a driver is WHQL or not, I don't pay much attention to that stuff. But what I do know and like Darren said, if the driver is indeed WHQL (which it may not be) it takes several weeks for that process to occur, at least it has in the past.
   
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if the driver is indeed WHQL (which it may not be) it takes several weeks for that process to occur, at least it has in the past.
We'd rather install the driver today than wait three weeks for it.
   
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BF3 crashes with these if i go to the video settings menu
   
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