Geforce 347.09 WHQL Driver

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

  1. pharma

    pharma Maha Guru

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    These are really good drivers. After initial install noticed colors alittle washed out after applying 0-255 full, so applied Digital Vibrance slider a very small amount from the default values and now colors really rock!
     
  2. xankazo

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    Great! Downloading now!
     
  3. ScoobyDooby

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    TY for your feedback.

    I had a chance to test them last night, particularly with DAI.

    On my Windows 7 partition, I noticed that the performance did not change at all between 344.75 and these new ones.

    I then went and updated on the Windows 8.1 side.

    I noticed that the framerate in some areas didn't really improve at all, however the gameplay does seem smoother overall, so that it itself is an improvement.

    I will also test some benchies, but overall they appear to be a bit better..
     
  4. Barry J

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    I use a projector HDMI 1.4 3D optoma GT750XL
     

  5. KorbenD

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    I have, with the Rift DK2.

    It seems to work fine, but I don't have any basis for comparison with older versions of the driver. I installed 347.09 while E:D was downloading and never ran it with any other version of the drivers.
     
  6. sourkimchi

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    I gained almost 200 points in firestrike!
     
  7. Reddoguk

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    Wow did you just go FULL MACKINTOSH.

    Get a grip, wishing for people to burn in hell is childish and stupid.

    Thank You nVidia for the great driver, seems to be working fine with all my games. Slight increase in smoothness and FPS.
     
  8. Cyberdyne

    Cyberdyne Ancient Guru

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    Not true. Only certain monitors from certain companies. In the past NVidia has blamed monitor companies for having some improper code sent though HDMI making it unable to identify the monitor correctly, I guess NVidia set the fall back setting to be limited RGB in cases where it cannot determine what range the monitor is capable of. My monitor on HDMI has always been in full RGB even before the fix, and it is defaulted to full after the fix.

    The fix made from the community simply changed the registry to force full RGB. And rather then truly fixing the problem (obviously full RGB is detected correctly on these troublesome monitors for intel and AMD) they built in the option to force it yourself.
    Technically the problem is still there, when the driver cannot detect the RGB range it still defaults to limited, which is why I said it's stupid. It can detect the RGB range on the majority of monitors over HDMI, like in my case.
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2014
  9. pedigrew

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  10. NeoandGeo

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    Anyone on an 860m having trouble overclocking after upgrading to these drivers? My MSI Afterburner sliders will never stick at any setting other than "+0". Tried reinstalling MSI Afterburner and a clean install of these drivers with no luck.
     

  11. -Tj-

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    so you're complaining because they're 0.2 - 0.9 fps slower in generic benchmark? :D
     
  12. SplashDown

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    I gained 140 points on 3DMark myself with same card .... and gained +26 on my overclock to 1306 and stable, memory stayed same and stable. Benches don't mean chit to me, but haven't had chance to play a game with yet. That's where I'll find out if keeper.
     
  13. pedigrew

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    sure, that's why i'm complaining, mine kepler is performing worse with latest drivers not only in generic benchmarks (i guess they're made for performance testing), but in my gaming experience aswell, as i can see only improvements for ACU players, another ubishhpoft title that im not gonna buy and i dont care.
    Also the r9 280x is kicking 770 a$$ in latest games, which is very interesting. I'm being forced to buy the maxwell, nothing to complain about that.
     
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    Even in 2014, playing benchmarks is still a thing. It was stupid then, it's stupid now and will be stupid as long as planet Earth orbits around sun.
     
  15. James D

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    Could anyone give working link on notebook version? Nvidia's links tells me File not found.
     

  16. mackintosh

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    Oh yes, poor poor nvidia. I am so sorry I hurt their feelings. I can only hope they will find some solace and consolation in those thousands of dollars I have spent on their products over the years.
     
  17. UZ7

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    They're probably reuploading it or changing servers, it gave me a download link but on download it comes at 0kb. I would wait a few hours or so :p
     
  18. Sempaii

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    Funny to read all of this tread, then thinking did you guys miss "BETA" part of file name. ;-)
     
  19. residentour

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    The Full RGB option is going to default limited everytime I reboot. Is it normal?
     
  20. -Tj-

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    In which games does it run worse, name some titles?

    Im using them and so far I played only L4D2 & FC4,

    FC4 1.5patch jitters (HBAO+ and probably NV Godrays issue, SSBC is ok'ish) ubishat yes, L4D2 was ok.

    I did ran Re5 variable benchmark DX9 mode @ 720p and no AA, to see if there is any driver overhead speedups, but nothing really.. Actually I lost 3-4fps there.. Avg 398fps, usually R343 402-404fps avg., but that didnt stop me from going back just yet.

    Let nv know where its buggy and they can fix it, its beta for a reason now :)
     

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