It doesn't mention this in the driver notes.
Damn I feel stupid now.
Going to upgrade to an Ampere later this year.
I'm on the newest insider build (20152). Hardware accelerated GPU scheduling is not available with this driver.
I always thought Ultra low latency mode only works when Vsync is enabled.
If you want a console like experience but with the highest graphics settings consider this:
Refresh Rate 60
Enable G-Sync in the NVCPL...
Performance is really bad for a game with such visuals, although there is very high detail in the maps and geometry.
Benchmarks with anything...
On my setup, dual monitor, both @ 144hz, one is 1440p the other 1080p.
My GPU stays in P0.
When I lower the frequency, it does down throttle to...
Having issues with this driver.
G-sync randomly stops working in windowed fullscreen.
After disabling and re enabling in the NVCP, it...
Is it possible to set the new, low latency mode, through Nvidia Inspector, I have the Orbmu2k version, and I can only change this setting through...
It's an overlay just like Reshade, and should work on almost any game.
Maybe Nvidia gets paid for making games supported, just as adding them to...
I got this working again on "unsupported" games.
Rename the exe of the game you want Freestyle to work with.
Use one that is from a supported...
I'm sorry, but I found it out, was the BIOS, the newest one has this issue.
Downgraded to F4 now it's good.
I have issues with my memory when I use the XMP profile for DDR4 @ 3200 mhz.
Even when I manually setup the memory. With all the timings filled...
So I narrowed it down. Somehow if I change anything under the chipset tab in the BIOS. The problem returns.
These are the LAN controller and...
So, removed the SATA HDDs, no difference.
Put the NVMe SSD in a different slot, no difference.
Now I loaded optimized defaults, and now it...
Yes I updated the BIOS.
I also contacted Gigabyte, they actually say it's normal, but it could be caused by UEFI or legacy installation of...
Erp is off.
And I have looked up those Haswell Ready PSUs, this has to do with C7 states.
Which I also disabled.
The problem that could...
So checked memory training, but that only made the boot before POST longer.
Also I don't have any peripherals connected.
I have seen that setting in the BIOS.
The system is stable, so I might have a look there.
I just installed a new GA-Z270X mobo (Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7)
But when I reboot the whole system shuts down for 2 seconds, and then reboots...
This driver still stutters in Diablo 3.
Reverting to 376.33, fixed those issues.