Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Vidik, Aug 20, 2019.
no issues for me in BFV but I use DX11 and I don't have GFE installed.
Okays! what Card to you have?
It's in my sig, MSI 970 gaming.
Edit, I run BFV future frame rendering on, (I am testing ultra lowlatency setting in global NVCP).
I run BFV with frame cap to 61 with no Vsync. That gives me a steady 60 fps, flat line (meaning I cap to lowest fps).
Those settings "feel" best to me on my old HW (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I find BFx series is more stable and runs smoother with a frame cap.
nice card! thx for the tip
okay i run mine at DX12 4k and FFR Off in NV control panel
it only happens when loading a new map things freeze and CPU going highwire 100%
then it happens, Getting CTD in game, i restart and everything is fine! fps is around 60s
the driver feels a lot better than previous driver / drivers
So its hard to really pin point the cause!
the invisible cursor during recording whit Experience
seems to be a bug whit the latest update!
according to ppl on Nvidia forums
436.15 should be going up now.
Control game ready driver.
EDIT: That's not a URL.
EDIT: PDF quotes. I don't know if the full driver page is up yet but once it is a new thread can begin as per usual routine.
Driver itself should start appearing now as well if the full page isn't already available.
I forgot a very important reason too I frame cap and that is CPU%, I see even high-end 8700k/9900k's hitting CPU% 100.
When that happens for me the game is not playable/enjoyable, after about mid 90's my mouse acts up and things aren't smooth.
Frame cap solves this, will also help for stability too IMO.
Tried this driver for a little while, but it's not smooth, i seems to be getting microstutters.
Back on 431.68 and it's smooth again.
Thank you Manuel. Just tested Mortal Kombat 11 with the new 436.15 driver and the flickering issue is still there all over the place. The only driver we get waaaay less flickering issue is the windows insider one, 435.27 (3.6.2019). I think you guys can't take this issue from nvidia open issues.
its not an "nvidia" open issue.
@TheDeeGee I definitely get more stuttering/hitching if I enable the different Low-Lag modes if I uncap the framerate. Doesn't happen for all games, but is pretty common in my experience so far (8700K + 1080 Ti).
Question for Gsync Compatible (FreeSync) users: do you also find this driver tends to lose timings / mess up sync?
Seems to happen regardless of Low Latency setting and not necessarily in all games but I never had this issue prior.
Except maybe with first release driver that had Gsync Compatible.