Geforce 301.34 driver (GTX 690)

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by TechFreaK, May 3, 2012.

  1. HairyUK

    HairyUK Master Guru

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    Same here, so far so good , hope other games work as well now. :)
     
  2. Veteran

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    Donwloading these now for the 690 tomorrow will start some thorough testing with this card and keep a record of benchies and future drivers.
     
  3. HairyUK

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    Jealous of your card Veteran :)
     
  4. F3ckB9LL

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    Hi all nice driver, BUT, I had a strange issue :3eyes:, and I hardly figured out, what was going on.
    These driver restart my computer when I hit shutdown , not a big issue m'kay .. but fairly annoying :p
    Dunno if any1 got that too , but everything was working great on my comp, until I upgraded to 301.34 :p


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    Thanks to him too
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2012

  5. dsbig

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    I dont have these power problems, everythings working great
     
  6. GrandMax

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    Sounds rather improbable. You updated windows, messed with the registry or something else. I bet 5$ that this has absolutely nothing to do with the driver.
     
  7. F3ckB9LL

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    I didn't update anything or registry editing or something else ...

    But i keep watching for something else :/

    Maybe flushing and going back to 301.24 will send me teh answer ^^

    Great driver btw :p
     
  8. tyRant.594

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    can you just install these to work for the 680? I hear people are modifying inf file? what do you need in order to do that? Sorry I have never had to do that before. Thanks guys.
     
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    Bad driver for the 690,machine does not power off properly with them and i had a bsod with them which is rare for myself,im gonna try previous driver released before these.
     
  10. F3ckB9LL

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    found something updating bios fixed the shutdown pb here ^^
     

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    What bios are you using?Im using a downgraded bios 1504 as its the best for high overclocks on this motherboard for stability.

    This driver sucks for the 690,other users on other forums with same card have same issues also.
     
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    Damn, FXAA makes your games hella blurry.
     
  13. CPC_RedDawn

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    Only happens with some games for me, mainly older ones like COD4 and CSS. But newer games it doesn't. Although most newer games have FXAA built in anyway such as BF3, Batman:AC, Skyrim, etc, etc.

    This driver is ok for me, not really much difference over the last couple. Just that the IQ in this seems a little low compared to previous versions. But that could just be me, I aint been on my PC much lately as Ive just started a new job and working 48hours a week gives me no time at all to do much.
     
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    Ah yea, might be a source engine thing too then. I tested it with l4d2 and it looked horribly washed out. And it was confirmed by the Steam overlay which showed blurry text.
    Anyways I've still got the slowdown bug with these drivers, so I'm reverting to the latest (old !) WHQL :\
     
  15. F3ckB9LL

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    I'm sorry but i spoke i little bit faster , i'm using 2101 actually ( OC to 4.2 without any issue ), but the problem is still here .. and I think it's just random , I don't really mind because I mostly use hibernate with my system , I just wait for other beta ... :pc1:

    ps: just like this tread ( http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=229262 ), I think those beta driver are in certain condition bugged :/

    EDIT : OK found something .. :p

     
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    UT3 engine looks blurry too with FXAA compared to regular MSAA.
    Tried to add some sparse grid on transparency, but that is just as bad.
     
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    It's been quite a while since we've had a new driver for the 600 series,
    Time for another, hopefully with some bug fixes (stutter)
     
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    These drivers are soooooooooo solid on my SLI.
     

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