358.78 gameworks vr

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Tweaky81, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. CrazyT666

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    [ironic]Well oh yeah... couldn't be measure tolerances eh?[/ironic Off]

    tbh even on the same driver i have more variation in benchmarks than this!
     
  2. iSimilaXi

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    yeah, you're right about the minor difference
    but tbh for me .70 is prob more 'stable' version on my pc
    havent got these freezes on CSGO before .78 :/
     
  3. CrazyT666

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    well, you didn't said a word about it in the post ;)
     
  4. FarEast

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    terrible driver for my card..back to 358.59
     

  5. RzrTrek

    RzrTrek Ancient Guru

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    I get 7 more points in 3DMark 11 with 358.78 over 358.59.
     
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  6. CK the Greek

    CK the Greek Maha Guru

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    And you want a cookie ? No offence but posts like this make me wonder if they are for real or ironic.

    Sharing how stable a driver is and how better or worse comparing to previous one is what we need, not something like this.
     
  7. RzrTrek

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    I don't know whether your comment was aimed at my statement or not, but regardless of that, every possible boost (no matter how small) is welcome.
     
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  8. dsbig

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    I want a cookie :(
     
  9. antonyfrn

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    Noticed with the last few drivers issues with NNEDI3 when using madvr but no issues in MPDN using NNEDI3.
     
  10. CPC_RedDawn

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    Past few driver releases I have had crashes to desktop in Witcher 3. Just randomly closes the game down and goes to desktop. No freezing, no glitching, nothing. One second playing, the next second bam game closes and I am on desktop.

    Maybe its something to do with the game? Not sure, I checked Event Viewer and no events were logged at the times of the weird crashes...
     

  11. kilyan

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    No smoothness with these ,back to 358.70 and all fine
     
  12. Nastya

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    Yeah, right.
     
  13. Bobnar

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    No issues here with TW3 version 1.10/1.11 using 358.50/.59/.70 or these with stock oc on 980ti. Did the random closing only start with 358.xx?


    "No smoothness" in what?
     
  14. kilyan

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    I have to use more DPI on mouse ,to reach same movement smoothness as before
     
  15. CK the Greek

    CK the Greek Maha Guru

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    I respect that, however run it again 3-4 times and most importantly run some games and then compare with previous driver(s).
    Judging and sharing that you have few points on a benchmark is not wise at all and can't be taken seriously, at least this is my opinion, sorry if you don't agree on this but we don't have to.
     

  16. dr_rus

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    What's your mouse DPI has to do with video driver?
     
  17. Dark_Diver

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    On this 358.78 exit from 3D game = reboot. If I switch to desktop and kill game from task manager than I have BSOD "Video Memory Management Internal".
    On 358.59 I had BSOD "Video Memory Management Internal" right after exit from games. On earlier drivers I hadn't such issues.
    May be something happens with Windows, will try earlier drivers later.
     
  18. sapo_joe

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    I'll test these... I hope I don't get any more "Driver Stopped Responding" errors with these.


    edit: testing for a few hours, so far, so good! :nerd:
     
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  19. RzrTrek

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    You're absolutely right about that, no hard feelings, in fact, it has been running as good (except for the higher 3DMark 11 scores) as 358.59 without those nasty 2D-clocks locking up in older games and requiring you to restart your computer.
     
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    So far so good, these drivers finally fix the screen flickering in chrome and on the desktop. games are unaffected and work as good as always.
     

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