Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by jwb1, Dec 17, 2014.
Where are you finding these settings?
EDIT: They're not visible for me. I'm using DVI-D on QNIX 27".
Where did you read that ?
I dont use 3D vision but thanks for explaining though.
Adjust desktop colors settings in NVIDIA control panel
The settings are available only for HDMI connection.
lol what? this read as review by an nvidia employee
I never had clock switching on my 7970
very good driver for my 980's pleasantly smoother gameplay in dragon age inquisition and lords of the fallen
I use 3dplay software with PowerDVD 13 Ultra to watch 3D. I enable stereoscopic 3D in NVidia control panel.
Hehe, I always forget it's confusing if I don't mention 'stereoscopic' or 'Vision'
I will give you a few titles it happened in. Unreal Tournament 1999, Unreal Tournament 2004, Return To Castle Wolfenstein, Jedi Academy, and Battlefield 2. These, as well as many other old games had this issue. I got tired of having to disable powerplay all the time to get solid clocks. On my R9 280X, powerplay would cause the clocks to change non stop. The core would shift from 300 to 500 to 1100, and the memory clock would shift from 150 to 1500 constantly. When this happened, it caused annoying hitching. I am not experiencing any of that with the GTX 970 G1. I am certainly not an Nvidia employee. I am not a fanboy of either company either. It is just a better experience with this card, without question.
Exactly! All these years I thought my second screen just had terrible black levels...
Primary and third screen are connected by DVI so those never had those issues.
I know, the 3D is doing something, but it's not doing it correctly, last time I tried reinstalling everything but eventually it was just pressing CTRL + T , I think.
It was working perfect till I installed the new drivers, so I think I'll try to reinstall PowerDVD 14.
You both tried PowerDVD 14 ?? or 13
Biggest gripe i had with the new drivers were blue screens we will see if this new branch solves it.
I figured out that a lot of those were not caused by NVIDIA driver either but v13 and v12 of intel RST drivers. For some odd reason new ones absolutely trash HDD performance going so far too cause insane amount of lag while accessing items eventually resulting in blue screens (that say something about BAD POOL).
Anyways switching bac to older ones - v11.2, fixed all the issues
(Thats Intel RST AHCI & RAID driver v188.8.131.526)
Looking good so far on 980 SLI. Noticeable improvement in COD:AW (a solid 10fps). @ManuelG is Nvidia aware of the widescreen/surround bug with COD:AW? Still an issue with these.. thank you
Marketing bull****. The recom. req. doesnt say anything about needed vram, only min. req. Theres also no AMD equivalent in CPU or GPU.
The min. req. on Steam e.g.
Same here, no different, so nothing for Kepler i guess.
Increased my FPS in BF4, and stable so far.
More testing needed but based on what I see, will keep.
Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes – 60FPS On Medium/High Settings With GTX660, First Direct Feed Shots
I believe that ''4GB'' was a mistake as there is no GTX650 with 4GB Vram.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Graphics & Performance Guide
Texture Quality | VRAM Usage (1920x1080)
Extra High ----------2270MB
High --------------- 2250MB
On max settings:
Resolution (DSR) | VRAM Usage
Well that sucks, everyone unaware will continue to use Limited range, possibly even content creators.
Honestly the whole limited and full thing is vastly overblown. Calibrated correctly they look much the same though obvious I prefer Full for its extra levels.
It does not look the same on any display that supports full RGB. Maybe your display, as rare as that is, might only support limited RGB range. It literally has less color, darker colors really suffer the worst. Look at a black image and switch back and forth, the difference should be alarming.
Limited RGB really only existed at all for video, especially for TV to make it easier to transmit data. Why nvidia ever had RGB set to limited on some monitors is beyond me, and why it's still defaulted to that is stupid.