267.24 beta geforce drivers

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by far-cough, Mar 1, 2011.

  1. cricket bones

    cricket bones Master Guru

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    The Heaven Benchmark 2.5 was released yesterday, I think.
     
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    Edit : Hmm, any HTTP instead of Torrent ?
     
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  3. Bobnar

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    OH goodie.

    Will need to do some more tests.
     
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    Why is more then 1 MB/s not fast enough??


    Here is the link of Heaven Benchmark 2.5:

    http://unigine.com/download/
     

  5. Darren Hodgson

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    The per-game profile ambient occlusion bug is back after been fixed for a few months... saw artifacts with AO enabled in both BioShock DX10 and World in Conflict's performance benchmark with it forced to Quality in the driver. Disable it and everything is fine.
     
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    It is just possible I do not have a Torrent Client installed on my Win 7 HDD :banana: !

    I actually could find the link myself but I did STATE I needed HTTP ! :bang:
     
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    driver 267.26 Heaven Benchmark 2.5: min 8.2 max 58 avg 27.7 4xaa 1920X1080

    driver 267.26 Heaven Benchmark 2.1: min 15 max 60 avg 31 4xaa 1920X1080

    here is my comparison of version 2.1 to the new version 2.5
     
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    Ok but I'd like to know what parts of IQ you're not satisfied with? Is it color, textures or something else? (Not sure I want to know or I may start seeing things I didn't before :p)
     
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    I haven't seen real color differences but I also calibrate my screen regularly.
    The changes and differences are mostly textures, depending on the driver they look just right, blurry or start to flicker.
     

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    Nice driver for me. Just Cause 2- The Dark Tower looks now better like in 258.96. So no isues. :D
     
  12. Darren Hodgson

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    I apologise if I'm behind with discussions but if you need proof that these v267.24 (+ fixed v267.31) drivers are not from the same branch set as the v267.26 ones, exclusively for the 560 Ti then just run the World in Conflict performance benchmark with Ambient Occlusion forced in the driver's game profile. With the v267.24/v267.31 drivers there is a bug which resullts in visual artifacts such as weird stretching-to-infinity polygons that don't occur with the v267.26 drivers when installed with a modded INF from the v267.24 set. I've just tried it on my PC.

    So for now I'm going to keep the v267.26 drivers set all the new ones are non-WHQL certified anyway and these at least mean I don't have to disable forced Ambient Occlusion in the driver profiles.
     
  13. Pvfc-Epic

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    the 267.26 drivers were horrible on my system but the 267.24 are pretty much perfect in all games ,, not sure AA is working right though having it on or off has never bothered me before
     
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    anyone over here still using an 8800gts 512?
    what driver has suited you best???
    for some reason this one performance dropped and lost about 200 points in 3dmark06
     
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    when i was running 8800 sli i found 260.99 the best by quite abit.
     

  16. HaZe303

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    Went back from 267.31 to 267.26, I feel (cant prove) that these are better (.26).

    Ps. Reporting here, because 267.26 do not have a own thread?
     
  17. Infinity7_00

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    Yeah, it's odd that a real 267.26 thread didn't happen, just a thread with someone asking for a 267.26 modded inf. If you start a 267.26 thread I won't complain but we might have a new driver later today anyway, I dunno. I agree with you though that the 267.26 have a better "feel" and in my Black Ops run-around-Nuketown-by-myself test it was the first time in 4 previous driver tests that the fps were all higher for my GTX295 in Windows 7 64-bit. I changed to a new video card yesterday though. 267.26 still a great driver for my GTX580.
     
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  20. Darren Hodgson

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    Well as I've already said the 267.26 drivers have working forced profile ambient occlusion so that's one good reason for me to use these over the 267.24/267.31 ones, where is broken (again!).
     

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