GeForce 344.75 WHQL Driver Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyris, Nov 18, 2014.

  1. SpecChum

    SpecChum Master Guru

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    I feel sure I've already asked this but can't find the post. Sorry.

    Anyway, I can't get adaptive vsync to stick. I set it and it just keeps reverting to application controlled. It's happened on .48, .60 and .75

    Is this just me?
     
  2. squalles

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  3. moab600

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    Yep but there r two sites that claim opposite. Nvidia way ahead their. Something wierd going on that for sure
     
  4. -Tj-

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    Frostbyte uses direct compute for certain things and 7970 "can" be faster then a 780 there, check gpu openCL super pi benchmark.. And nvidia still at openCL 1.1 and this can be slower too.. OpenCL1.2 is already supported 100% with r343+, but dunno why they dont upgrade to 1.2 yet..
     

  5. moab600

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    Don't think it the case TJ, either someone is lying in benchmarks or seriously nvidia released the wrong driver with the right notes.

    NVIDIA hasn't made any comment yet.
     
  6. Flakman

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    Same issue with PhysX here, I also got this with the 344.48 drivers.

    Download the PhysX stand alone package, use it to first uninstall PysX, then reinstall PhysX with it. and it will work.
     
  7. M3TALG3AR3X

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    So, reading all posts, worth the upgrade from 344.11?
     
  8. johnmambo

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    This driver is still bad for Far Cry 4 and even made Dragon Age Inquisition run worse than the previous. Game ready ? Yeah, rite. Rolled back to 344.48 here, at least with them Dragon Age Inquisition runs flawlessly, Far Cry 4 at this moment is a mess no matter what.
     
  9. Memorian

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    The driver seems to be fine for me.
     
  10. Grendel_66

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    Have the same thing happening w/ AA transparency -- keeps reverting to Off in all my profiles.
     

  11. -Tj-

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    Speaking of performance, I noticed COD Ghosts runs worse with 4xmsaa vs older 344.48 or icafe 344.47, before min ~60-65fps, now ~ 40-50fps similar places

    - Whiteout
    - StoneHeaven (especially here)

    Have to lower to 2xMSAA to get the same performance back.
     
  12. bjoswald

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  13. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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  14. Smiley_ie

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    Driver seems good to me Vegas Video no crash's & Arma 3 very smooth playing CTI 40 players holding 60fps.
    Arma 3 guys check files & do a clean install of driver.
     
  15. bjoswald

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    Thank you for the swift response. Looking forward to the fix!
     

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    Could you write some more details, what exactly did you compare (Ingame-Settings) ? Are you sure that it's not about the latest game-patch?
     
  17. Chert

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    All game settings were the same as the previous driver. Already installed the latest patch while using the older driver. Lost 10-15 fps in multiplayer with the new driver.
     
  18. Chert

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    I actually did a clean install of the driver and used DDU.

    What do you mean by check files? All files and game settings were the same as the previous driver. I lost 10-15 fps in multiplayer just by installing this new driver.

    I'm thinking of reverting back to 334.65 but MFAA works great with BF4.
     
  19. bigfutus

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    I am currently back on 344.60, because my old system SSD died and i rolled back to sunday image backup, but Vsync is sticking for me on adaptive.

    Edit: on .75 as well.
     
    Last edited: Nov 21, 2014
  20. Smiley_ie

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    Arma 3 right-click on the game and select Properties from the steam menu.
    Select the Local files tab and click the Verify integrity of game cache button.
     

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