Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyris, Feb 27, 2015.
any performance gains for GTX 600 series cards ?
I did quick test with those 347.71 driver and lost 300 points in 3Dmark11 and feel little bit sluggish, so, I went back to 347.52 X-G.
I've noticed performance improved on Dying Light, with a few more graphical glitches though, but I think I can yes to that question.
Dying Light crashed within 10 minutes of installing this driver and had logged over 70 hrs without a crash with 347.52. I had bumped the video card overclock by 13mhz at the same time though, so am testing to see if that or the driver is the cause.
I was able to create 2 custom resolutions in nvidia control panel. I had to set it to 60.01Hz for them to work. Win7 sp1 x64.
Works fine here, as its always done for me since release on my AOC G-Sync.
Yep DSR works for me with my swifty iv I disable SLI, but that kinda defeats the point if I cant use SLI, iv had this with every driver to date.
With G-Sync enable doesn't work. DSR work at 60hz SLI but not at 120hz and higher . :3eyes:
trying to delete the driver download but it wont let me? Says the file is open in windows explorer close the file and try again, however it is not open. I even rebooted the PC and even went into the safe mode same error.
Still get odd flash in Windows and in games, the screen will go black for a few seconds. No driver crash is reported. This started happening after the 347.52 drivers and also this version.
Good driver for my games but dsr still not working with sli + gsync enabled no biggie though I'm happy with native 1440p @ 120hz
Will this work with the GTX770M in my laptop?
yes, I saw the 770M in the .inf before I installed. switched back to 347.26 though, much smoother @ 59.94-60fps with vsync and triple buffering on.
Makes no sense. Only your average fps is higher than mine.
Both my min and max are higher and my min is quite a lot higher too at 15fps more.
The scoring seems off in this program to me.
Just noticed 6 core Intel CPU, that is probably why. But in that case your min and max should be higher too as you have more CPU grunt to keep those 780's fed.
Valley does seem to like more CPU cores/threads.
PS Vally likes Kepler GK110 more then Maxwell, because of higher vram bandwidth.
1x 780gtx vs 1x 970gtx and Maxwell can lag behind a little.. :nerd:
yeah definitely. my maxwell lagged due to 2gb ram 110.7gps/128bit
My stupid cards keep clocking up recently, haven't installed anything and enabling then disabling kboost fixes it.
Basically voltage maxes out, core clock maxes out, memory clock sticks to 3004MHz no matter what. Any ideas? I haven't changed anything and it just started doing it out of the blue. Dunno if it's a driver issue or what.
Win 7 no aero.
The average FPS is the most important indicator in this test, as in any game. And in this test it (min/max) is completely random. Check this out:
And yes 4770 < 3930
Reboot PC, then you can delete the file.
Also run CCleaner, Nvidia drives likes to leave behind 500+MB of crap after a driver install.
This could be the shadowplay bug, where clocks will stick to either base clocks or boost clocks.
Try and see if you have it enabled, if so turn it off.
If you don't have it on, try and uninstall Geforce experience... again if you have that installed too.
He already said that he rebooted.