Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Vidik, Aug 20, 2019.
Yeah sometimes your bs is too much.. 20h1 exclusive and what not, end of the year bla bla.. I rest my case.
yeah! agree with u =)
11% uplift in FH4 for me.
This is not the 435 branch that 435.27 was based off, nor the branch that the optix 435 driver was based off, these will get bumped.
Remember how 418 got bumped to 425? its that situation again.
These are r435_95-4
435.27 was r435_00-25
435.80 was r435_00-124
So it is a "magic driver" after all, sweet!
it comes with WDDM 2.6
Looks like a "hardware review site" optimised driver. Still, good work if there's improved performance. Happy for you RTX owners.
No, this is R435 branch (read PDF), maybe next driver will be in R435_00 (master branch)
Anyway, main feature is low-latenty and u said what is for 20h1
Do i have to quote ManuelG who said the latency stuff was rebranched? (or more accurately, "we decided not to do that in this branch"
The 20h1 driver and the optix driver were both split off from 435.00 and will follow their own path of development, eventually things will return to the master.
I got around 15% more performance in Apex Legends, with 1080 Ti.
The question I would like to answer is: will this new driver bring improvements to VR? Anyone have any idea?
I cannot uncheck installing GFE.. dont want this garbage on my PC.. (?)
DCH drivers dont have GFE included or im forced to install this?
Yeah same, select "GeForce Drivers Only" at the license page, GeForce experience is checked and greyed out so you can't uncheck it during custom install.
What is this BS, Nvidia?
Edit: also the Nvidia control panel has nuked itself and won't launch. Great.
You mean the installer doesn't allow in the advanced config to uncheck it?
I used slimmed utility and no issues with just core drivers, used NVcleanstall.exe, probably any slimmer utility will work fine.
Nothing changed. After the extract it still asks you if you want GFE or not.
Except it's greyed out and you cannot uncheck it.
If I choose install driver without it it still installs Geforce experience haha
no it doesn't.