Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 2, 2016.
lol, did he just copy paste the same changelog that was in the original 1st beta 14.
Thank you Unwinder.
I can't seem to be getting OSD to show in Ashes of Singularity. Neither DX11 or 12 works for me. DX11 did work on previous version I had. Rest of the games I've had time to test works just fine, including 3dmark TimeSpy.
Thank you Unwinder....return of old Nvidia bug with 144Hz on last releases of drivers? With last AB I upgraded to 374.70 also...
Updating: Yes Unwinder, I tested and this is not a problem of last AB or PrecisionX but an old bug's return of nvidia drivers after 368.81 and 144hz monitors :bang:
With 368.81 all is ok and frequencies go to idle power saving 240/800MHz.
There is another problem also. With 368.81 and Sli, amount of vram displayed in OSD is correct. With "Anniversary" drivers this amount is bugged and restart AB/precisionX or Sli dont help.
Why it downloads dx9 on a win10 System?
Is it required ?
Quantum break don't work with this its not show up the dx12 OSD,
now the voltage control unlocked for me anyone can confirm work with gtx1060?
Using a bit of logic and seeing that it is bugged in any tools, you can easily understand that it is driver issue and it should be addressed from driver side.
Ashes of Singularity have a setting in video options to enable third party overlays support. It is disabled by default.
UWP is not supported and it was mentioned a few times in this thread. Don't be lazy and read the previous posts before posting!
Of course it is required.
I don't know what is "1st beta 14" and what did I copy paste.
Doh, had it on before. Dunno what turned it off, some update perhaps. Thanks anyway, works great now.
It is getting turned off if AoS crash, seem to be their safety feature.
When will it have Explicit MultiGPU support? I have a dual-GPU, so I can't disable Explicit MultiGPU for ROTTR unless I tick off exclusive fullscreen. I've tried for ages to find a way to monitor my FPS while using DX12, but it's no use.
Yes....problem is windows anniversary + last releases of driver.
And now I discovered that the cause of frequencies problem is......gsync. :3eyes:
With gsync activated both card go down to idle "power saving" frequencies.
With gsync deactivated and 144Hz, first card go to 1050/8000MHz.
With 372.70 also. Strange situation
No promises on that, probably never. And seriously, is it so hard to read the thread before posting?
Great job, thank you!
There is a serious issue with his new ab, its suddenly acted my vga like when memory or gpu is burned down picture crash etc.. when I deleted msi ab, now everything works normally. i wait for a better stable version., And no i didn't OC my vga.
I had that warning too first time I installed it, I've just let it restart and didn't see it again. No tweaking in AV - using nod9 security.