Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by cryohellinc, Jun 5, 2018.
cryohellinc, bad news, nvidia stuffed up again.
The packages have been reuploaded with the wrong names.
The DCH package is what should be the standard package, so if you made your Clean build off the Standard link in the last 12 hours you might have a busted release
How i know this is that the 'new' standard upload is 1.2MB's smaller than the original, includes the NVPCF folder and is lacking several exe's and infs that are also missing from previous DCH releases.
This is the file that should be the standard package. https://international.download.nvid...ook-win10-64bit-international-dch-whql.hf.exe
Thanks for the heads up, will take a look at it once home!
You took the context wrong. Its a matter of fact if he wants current gaming and dx12 onwards, staying on 7 is gonna leave him behind. I'm far from a consumerist.
-Updated first post with correct Win 10 x64 hotfix driver. (Nvidia messed up with the folders)
Thanks for pointing it out again, please let me know if all works.
in the last few hours, nvidia have fixed the file names.
Current cleaned hotfix for Win 10 x64, is correct in any case.
Will there be a clean version of the 416.81 driver?
You know there will, just give Cryohellinc some time.
Just came home, working on it.
- First post updated with Clean 416.81 WHQL x64 for Win 10/8.1/8/7
416.34 - r416_27-3
416.81 - r416_69-7
Will test some games later, however, so far noticed a severe Gsync stutter in Spotify (stutter+mouse lag within boundaries of Spotify window). Haven't had that with .34 or hotfix.
should gsync even be enabled on spotify? also is this an exe app or a UWP app?
.exe version. I'm using Gsync for Fullscreen and Windowed.
This stutter is an old problem, that was never really properly fixed. But previous hotfix driver (or multiple drivers) I haven't experienced it.
Other than that, haven't noticed anything so far.
hmm, ok it looks like it uses the same platform as discord and such which is supposed to have Gsync disabled (Electron framework?)
Correction: it uses the Chromium Embedded Framework, Gsync should definitely be set to Force Off in a profile for it!
Done that, however previously there was no need for such a let's call it "tweak". Oddly enough that's the only thing that "lags", all else works fine as previously.
Gsync windowed also wasn't previously working right
Thanks for your effort