Game Ready Driver 461.92 download & discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Dan Longman, Mar 16, 2021.

  1. PittyH

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    I mean seriously, how can you frack up display port to hdmi 2.1 limit to 600hmz and not call that a major driver bug.

    effectively limiting display port output to hdmi to 60hz.

    Why?? They do it on purpose I swear, it was to push everyone onto 30xx cards.


    SIGH.... Back to 456.71...

    Wed Oct 07, 2020 since I've been able to use a new driver. 6 months.
     
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    [Vulkan][Red Dead Redemption 2]: The game may display pixelated black dots or artifacts on characters’ skin.

    um, I thought it was fixed in prev 461.81 (no), so can anyone tell if horse's mane is back with this one? or should I sit still on 461.01
     
  3. cucaulay malkin

    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    add pascal
     
  4. Glottiz

    Glottiz Master Guru

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    This seems to have fixed stuttering I had in games on 3080 when Windows overlays appear (volume control, xbox achievements, start menu, etc.).
     

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    nevermind....
     
  6. SyntaX

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    What Refreshrate and GPU ? No Problems here.
     
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    At first I was unabel to launch Valorant while Running MSI Afterburner, turning it off fixed it, but I was stil unable to launch Apex Legends, had to rollback. Games were not launching at all ,or crashing while launching. Everything fine with 461.40 tho
     
  8. Baldassano

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    Damn. When i had my lockups on all the 461's it would literally stop the game, cold for a solid 10-20 seconds.. then magically wake up and catch back up, sometimes causing me to lose connection to the server because it would time out. It would also pause a solid 10 seconds just trying to open Chrome. Everything else was fine (Lol).. Now the only thing i did different on This install, DDU Etc, was tell DDU to remove Phys-X, usually i just let it be.. Doubt that has anything to do with it but anything's possible i guess.
     
  9. cucaulay malkin

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  10. Archvile82

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    Looks like the browser lockups are back with this driver. Last couple seems ok for me to re-enable HWA but these locked up in like an hour. Disabled the option again and all seems fine, could ofc be the windows update that may have upset something. I provided feedback.
     

  11. SyntaX

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    also 165Hz here, idles perfectly on my System. Maybe some Background Apps triggering it ?
     
  12. cucaulay malkin

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    it does go down to 405mhz,just wakes up much more frequently than before.
     
  13. SyntaX

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    139Mhz here, scrolling here up and down with chrome with no change.
    Unbenannt.jpg
     
  14. cucaulay malkin

    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    g-sync ?
    module or no module ?


    dunno,it's the first driver in years that wakes up memory so frequently.
    I kinda noticed some slight buzz in idle,didn't think much of it.then I was watching a jayz2cents video and his card was visibly spinning up and down in idle,I thought
    "haha your card is boosting
    ...wait a minute......."
     
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  15. SyntaX

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    native g-sync with module
     

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    He's running multiple monitors. It's called out in the driver release notes this can cause higher idle clock states.
     
  17. Baldassano

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    I may have spoken too soon also.. 2x now opening up chrome, Hard system lockup for a solid 10 seconds. I took some extensions off ( i dont have many, but cisco and a camera extension) to see if they can be the cause, other then that vanilla chrome. No lockup in Games so far which is obv more important to me, but i will report my findings as the night goes on
     
  18. Archvile82

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    Just turn off hardware acceleration in the browser. I been on my PC all evening, not a single crash using the browser since turning it off. Games run well with this driver too.
     
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    The cumulative preview update has fixed a case of flickering in applications when MPO's are active, as well as an external handle leak, a dwm memory leak, and the recent printer crashes.
     
  20. Baldassano

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    While that is a potential workaround, we should not have to disable hardware acceleration at all.. The issue is why is it doing it.. also explain this one to me.. This was with Chrome Closed.. Look at the GPU, its going BatSh*t.. What i saw is the "Desktop Window Manager" spiking to 100% and Back down to Zero over and over and over.. Until i end task on it and it stopped its madness.. Something is a miss here..
     

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