Geforce 347.09 WHQL Driver

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by jwb1, Dec 17, 2014.

  1. Some Dillweed

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    So, I know this driver lets you set "full range RGB" as the signal for HDMI, but you still have to do the EDID override to get a proper 4:4:4 chroma signal (depending on the TV you have?). Is that something Nvidia could even fix on their end, though? They'd probably have to provide an option during installation to ask if you want the card to ignore the audio portion of your TV's signal or something, I guess. Oh well. I'll just have to accept that I need to edit the drivers whenever a new one is released, as long as I have an Nvidia card.

    Woe is me.
     
  2. X7007

    X7007 Ancient Guru

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    Anyone who use 344.75, do you have GPU Scaling from the scaling options ? or only display
     
  3. darrenj

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    ditto
     
  4. CalinTM

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  5. X7007

    X7007 Ancient Guru

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    Laptop ?
     
  6. CalinTM

    CalinTM Ancient Guru

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    No sig rig. Had gpu only for a looong time no matter the driver, i guess its the windows 8 thing.
     
  7. dave6479

    dave6479 Master Guru

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    GPU only for me also but I'm sure its because of my Asus Swift monitor, my previous monitor the Dell U2711 gave me Display and GPU scaling as options for drivers up to 347.09.
     
  8. ReTiCuLe

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    My mouse felt smoother with these. The FPS were a bit higher in some maps in Battlefield 4 (Bf4). The constant slowdowns in FPS really turned me off though. Both Beta and WHQL. Hope it's fixed next release. Unless someone can share information how to address that issue ?
     
  9. lmimmfn

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    Finally, going to be an update for it breaking VR
     
  10. jonaand

    jonaand Member Guru

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    same problem with mouse for me. so i decided turn back 344.75; but is true with this beta i had more fps
     

  11. dsbig

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    anyway to undo applying optimizations in geforce program.

    I accidentally hit the optimize all button.


    or do I have just go through each game and change settings to my liking again.?:bang:
     
  12. Extraordinary

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    Are you asking if there is going to be, or saying that there is going to be?

    I'm thinking about returning to this driver even though some Rift stuff doesn't work, miss the new features since going back to .65
     
  13. sykozis

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    I believe once you hit apply, you have to go back into each game and change the settings back on your own. I don't recall there being an "undo" button.
     
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    I really wish they would add a per profile lock button there.
     
  15. sykozis

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    I refuse to use the software, so it doesn't really affect me, but it would make sense to institute such a feature to prevent people from unintentionally "optimizing" (read: screwing up settings of) games.

    If they would make it easier to manipulate settings from within the "GeForce Experience" app, I'd consider using it. As it stands, you're stuck with a slider and presets associated with each slider position. This method sucks.....

    Unfortunately, I don't have to worry about the app for a few more days. I've got an MSI GTX970 GAMING 4G coming but it'll be a few days before it gets here. I'm expecting Friday at the earliest and Tuesday at the latest.
     

  16. Vidik

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    Just got another nvlddmkm error resulting in system crash.. Hopefully we'll get new driver once GTX960 NDA lifts on 15th.
     
  17. -Tj-

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    OC'ed or stock gpu boost?
     
  18. Vidik

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    Factory OC but it was stable even OCd to 1500MHz core without touching voltage or power limit. Not a single crash in Shadow of Mordor after 43 hours of playing it. Usually hangs in firefox.
     
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    Is there a way to save Surround profiles, so when I switch back and forth between single and surround mode, I don't have to set it back up from scratch each time?
     
  20. qqiiipp

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    Strange issue I found with those drivers, not sure if this apply to older drivers but still, here's the issue that I found.
    If I use nvidia inspector to limit my fps to 60 and run the heaven benchmark the fps will sometimes drop below 60 to 30 and get back to 60 shortly after, it appears completely at random.
    However, If I don't use the fps limiter, the fps rarely ever drops below 70-75ish and everything runs a lot smoother.
    Heaven benchmark 1080p, everything on default except tessellation is put to extreme, GTX 970 strix.
    Please test this and see if the same happens to you as well, if it's a driver issue for sure or just something among the lines of the inspector itself.
     

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