GeForce 344.75 WHQL Driver Download & Discussion

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

  1. 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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    Im back to 344.60 with custom r344_32 branch, dont like newer R343_00 branch e.g. 344.65 or 344.75..
     
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    Yes but new branch
     
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    Nvidia Optimus on Win 10 anyone?
     
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    How would I go about adding the gtx 750 to the inf so I could try out the driver from the newer branch(344.80)?
     
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    GTX 750 is not listed? The hotfix driver supports the same graphics card as the R344.75.

    Driver with NVCUVID Support added to the OP..
     
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    I'm at work, I just assumed 344.80 was only 9x0 specific. Will you be modding 344.80, Cyris? I will check this out after I get home. Thanks dave6479 for posting the link to the latest driver.

    Edit:Thanks for the link in the OP, Cyris. I will be installing Windows 8.1+Update x64 tonight or tomorrow. Is there anything different that I have to do to install drivers? I'm switching from Winblows 7 SP1 x64.
     
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    No, nothing has changed. Just disable driver signing at the start or as usual just install the certificate (be performed only once)
     
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    thanks Cyris

    I will try these hotfix ones to check performance of the "newer" branch, I had absolutely 0 issues with 344.75 though.
     
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    From F8 menu or within Windows 8.1?
     
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    Seems ok so far on windows 8.1. Though on windows 7 im getting frequent black screens for a couple of seconds and sometime what i can only describe as being similar to static interference on a tv with poor reception, little white lines flickering across the screen when loading up games.

    Would be awesome if Nvidia could include a driver roll back feature in the setup so should issues arise, the need to uninstall restart and install could be avoided.

    Edit: Disregard whats in bold. The issue seems to be my monitor. Reverted back to 314.14 and the issue still persists.
     
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    using adaptive v sync, plus windowed mode in-game, fc4 framerate skyrockets with both cards at max usage, absolutely zero screen tearing at all.
    i'm addicted to the flying suit, this is prolly my fav game ever.
    Ubi nailed it big time.
     

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    I'm getting Nvidia driver has crashed and stopped errors, it has happened 3 times while tabbed out of a game and browsing the web.
     
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    This is in relation to the strange Far Cry 4 issues people seem to be having with this and the other driver versions.

    I was going through my old video of the strange light lines, this was take prior to crossing over the bridge into Pagan's territory. Notice the shadows are there and don't disappear when you get near them.
    http://youtu.be/HYC-14eS7SA

    The other video with the shadows disappearing is taken after you cross the bridge into Pagan's territory, notice the strange light ray's aren't there anymore but the shadows are acting strangely.
    http://youtu.be/3Nk-qy02ON8

    So how could it be a driver issue if on 2 sections of the map (which you need to progress further into the story to access) you get different issues, you'd think it would be a global graphic bug.
     
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    NVIDIA need seriously new driver to address FC4 poor performance and Dragon Age as well, in both games nvidia so far behind AMD, mainly Keplers.

    Heck 280X faster than GTX780, and way faster than 770, big lols. i hope nvidia will do something bout it.
     
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    Too behind...
     

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