Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by cryohellinc, Jun 5, 2018.
Depends on a game you're using but generally it doesn't right now, only 16:9 resolutions.
Installed the GTX version for Win10. Just noticed that the GSYNC option is missing from NVidia Control Panel. Any clues about why?
My goal was to enable the GSync Compatible mode (I have a freesync monitor).
btw, thanks for the packages.
What monitor do you have and how are you connecting your card to your monitor?
Thanks! So unless RTX features are used, it doesn't matter which version is installed.
Are you using Display Port cable?
It's a LG 34UC79G connected using DP 1.2.
I found my problem: GSYNC was disabled on the monitor settings for some reason. It's working now.
"Clearly, money isn't an issue here, in that case why not get a Solid 1440p monitor?"
I`m waiting for the ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ to be released.
35-inch UWQHD (3440 x 1440) ROG Swift PG35VQ Gaming Monitor - 35 inch, Ultra-WQHD, HDR, 21:9 Curved, 200Hz, G-SYNC™
This should solve my DLSS issue ;p But boyos is Asus taking their freaking time releasing this monitor. Prolly won`t see a release till Summer.
I've read the first post in this thread and I've understood what to remove from the installation kit and "This simple process will keep your system free of unnecessary Nvidia driver bloatware."
Ok but why ? for free space ? what harm can that bloatware have ? I'm mean is something measurable ? I'm really trying to understand this so don't jump on my head and tell me to read something elsewhere please just explain.
It has been answered a dozen times already - clean drivers exclude bloatware such as telemetry, unnecessary data collection services, gfe services, auto-update services e.t.c.
Clean drivers include only the bare minimum core features, necessary to run the driver. Hence there are GTX/RTX versions.
Regarding how impactful they are on your system - depends on the system. I follow a simple logic - less is more. I don't like trash on my PC, and I like to keep it clean.
In order to measure it, run benchmarks of your choice before/after and compare the values. But don't expect it to give you +100 fps more out of the blue.
Just wanted to say THANKS for this
Thanks for the driver,i'm moving to red team ,keep up good work sir
can we please get the clean version of the latest 419.35.... please!
It will be released later on Today. Yesterday had no time at all.
And I was so excited to try them out that I had to install the dirty version yesterday I feel filthy ;D
Well, there is a guide in the OP on how you can do it yourself. The whole process is really simple.
In any case, later on, today expect a clean version.
- First post updated with Clean 419.35 WHQL - Desktop/Notebook Versions
419.17 - r419_12-3
419.35 - r419-29_2
419.17 moved into Archive.
- First post updated with Clean 419.67 WHQL - Desktop/Notebook Versions
419.35 - r419-29_2
419.67 - r419-50_5
419.35 moved into Archive.
Thanks again Cryo!
Forgive my ignorance, but what exactly are these "clean" drivers?
Read the first post.