Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by stasio, Aug 31, 2015.
Not one single issue with Windows 10. Not one.
I really havent had issues with windows 10 it self.
sometimes I have issues with drivers, or programs.
but devs are being some what good in providing support and fixing things.
This driver is making my rig crash upon waking up the monitors...
Yeah, I agree. I've updated three machines to Win10 already and most of the issues I've had were quickly fixable. Both machines with NV cards in them work flawlessly. The only issue I'm currently unable to fix relates to Intel's iGPU driver for Ivy Bridge HD 4000 graphics - the latest version of the driver seems to be a bit buggy for now.
Hooray! So it's not just me.
same, pc turns on from sleep and monitors only show black screen, had to force a shutdown on power button..
If you want to play games like F.E.A.R. Doom 3, quake 4 and the like I'd suggest building a dedicated retro rig.
I've just completed building one and it's fantastic.
Got a 7950GT with an E8600 and a sound Blaster Audigy RX for the EAX effects on windows XP. All the great games from that era run without a hitch at 60+FPS.
Modern drivers and OSs just aren't designed to run games like those.
F1 2015 isn´t running any well with these... some times runs smoothly, sometimes I restart a race and my fps dip to 45, restart again and 38fps... other day I saw as low as 9fps. Then when not getting slow fps, it chugs along after one or two laps, like suffering spasmodic variations that compromise fluidity.
Went back to 353.49 and the only problem that persists is the sporadic CTD with the same video memory error message:
Well I wouldn't normally complain except it only got broken about 2 drivers back!
Also, the PhysX memory underclock thing is happening when I play Killing Floor 2 with the new effects. I thought they fixed this a couple of drivers ago?
I have being getting this with the last 2 drivers i thought it was Windows 10 ?
I'm using 355.84 now and they're totally fine, no stutter or any weird clock issues while idle or gaming. I hope the new driver use this branch.
Well I've used Win 10 since it launched and never had this issue until recently, so I dunno! Could be Win 10 updates, could be driver updates.
Has anybody else noticed the driver causing full clocks even when just on desktop? This was fixed in 355.80 but broke again in the previous driver before that.
nice driver, in The Witcher 3 +7fps
max settings, res 1680x1050 - stable 40fps
Holy ****, CoD Adwanced Warfare eat 4900 VRAM at 4k DSR and i got horrible freezes. (No SSAA)/ and 3700 VRAM in 1080P.
Didn't play after upgrading to Win. 10. But 4GB was enought for 4K DSR earlier in Win 8. Now after launching i was shocked how game runs.
Also u can check GAMEGPU tests for proof.
Is this some kind of joke??? Or Nvidia want to promote their new 6GB videocards?
Same here. Most of the issues people are having seem to be user error.
Been using Win 10 since the proper release. This is an install of Windows that I have used since Vista...upgrading every time. Initially built the pc in the beginning of 2007 or so, upgrading parts when I could.
Everything works fine.
Same here bruh, MS and these guys must get their stuff right. It's as if they are mis-coding somewhere
Uhm..you are not using Kepler bruh but I believe that is Maxwell 1st GEN
Same here mane, I'll say this again MS and NV are seriously acting like small time amateurs. Cookies are just being rushed out the oven half baked