Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by AaD-Marine, Jan 27, 2016.
Thanks for the easy fix... Set it to "0"...
And no benchmarks or what so ever info from you...
You don't read any of the previous posts, do you? smh
I don't want to waste $500 on a new GPU for Team Fortres 2 (DX9) and Squad (DX12) when I already have a fully functional graphics card.
Just install 361.75 and check with DXdiag and it's not WHQL ? :3eyes:
Is WHQL, u did something wrong. Also these days WHQL means NOTHING.
It's WHQL, something is up on your side.
I get that too (not that it matters) as described earlier in this thread...
not WHQL here too, ddu before install
WHQL is not exist ever since Microsoft & Nvidia didn't hire any beta tester.
we're the consumers that paid them to test this driver.
nvlddmkm set 0 & reboot
Playing Rise of the Tomb Raider right now with this drivers, everything maxed out @1440p and using smaa 1x, SLI scalling is poor and in most situations gpu usage is around 70%~ and without any overclock, tried to reduce individual settings one by one and none helped on this, as it is I get minimum around 60fps and top around 110fps. CPU load is around 35% with all cores being used evenly.
Vsync off got me more 5fps~ and the game is much more responsive.
It is one of the best looking pc games imo, it's amazing !
Are you running Windows 10 Pro Build 14251 recently ?
I am running Build 14251, Have some apps borked.
Driver installed without issues here. No USB icon in tray, and the drivers feel a bit smoother to me. The Debug mode is checked and greyed out not sure why though?
Will run some tests over the next couple of days.
Just fresh on NVIDIA installed driver no crashes so far so that is an good thing
I haven't read the recent post but I have a HUGE bug to report.
This driver screwed up 4 of my USB 3 ports, my phone/keyboard and other devices would show power but couldn't be read.
Plugged it all into my USB 3.1 port and it all worked perfectly, uninstall this driver and bag all working perfectly again.
There's something with the "safely remove hardware" issue that screws up all hardware related to it.
guess my system was being strange.
I really doubt Nvidia would devote the resources to create a WDDM 2.0 and DX12 driver, as well as a Vulkan driver, if they were planning on moving it to legacy just 6-12 months afterwards
I don't. It's a question of numbers. They support three architectures, after Pascal release Fermi will have to go. DX12 support has nothing to do with how long an arch will be supported as legacy support means that they'll release new drivers for the arch in a much slower fashion (once per year) and the GPUs on it will still be able to work in current OSes and games. Thus building DX12 driver makes a lot of sense as they're making sure that Fermi will go into legacy mode being DX12 compatible.
We wouldn't be blowing it out of proportion if nVidia had something annoying in every driver since like...6 months back at least. I personally dont understand why a company as big as nVidia wants to roll out mediocre drivers time after time. Why not want to release something which is better than OK? Like something good or even great?
At least the drivers work but it would be nice to rejoice over excellent drivers, dont you agree
Oh and one more thing - this driver did add SLI support for Tomb Raider. Do people report proper scaling? Nope! And this is why I gave up on SLI...
Had two crashes in BF4 with these and ARK. Never had a crash before with any other drivers with my card. No overclock. Going back to any other driver and no problems.