Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by maur0, Feb 15, 2016.
Imo it looks kinda sad not funny..
I have an issue with this driver, Power Reading in MSI Afterburner is bugged as you can see in my pic:
No issues with older drivers.
working fine here, maybe you should update to latest afterburner
What does GPU-Z show ?
I assume you rebooted system .
I did, but i restarted the game and its working now.
Weird because its not the first time that happened with this driver.
I'm playing Dungeon Defenders 2.
Single GTX970 with 144hz monitor using DP the card will not clock down unless I use 120Hz refresh rate.
Will this driver fix? Can't check until I get home from work.
The release notes only mentioned fixing this in SLi.
yeah integrated can be disable on yr bios. don't install any Intel HD & Iris Graphics Drivers
No, my CPU (6 core Sandy Bridge E) doesn't have integrated graphics and my mainboard chipset (X79) also doesn't support integrated graphics, ergo I don't have any such drivers installed and this doesn't cause the problem.
I'm getting the crashes mostly when doing the Heroic on Ilum with these drivers, it seems.
The thing I noticed in 361.91 is that driver is more conservative with clocks than previous. It does downclock whenever it can(like in loading screens in BF4) and the like instances. And that results in a tad lower temps.
Also, this driver tends to crash with high oc rather than artifacting(gta v).
i thought u're using i7-3930K. i don't have TDR issue for quite some time.
Ok. Just downloaded and installed these drivers, put my monitor into 144hz and immediately the clocks go up on the card.
About 900 on the core and 3500 memory.
Back to 120hz on the monitor and back to normal.
Using Display Port. Will try with HDMI later.
i7-3930K is SandyBridge-E like Cave Waverider said. SB-E (and IB-E) CPUs have no integrated video core.
I've noticed that if you start AB after you've launched the game, some things can go wrong with the readings or OSD. Always best to start AB first, then any game you want to run.
Meanwhile....You have nothing better to do than to quote posts you don't like in a forum.
Same performance as the 361.75's here. No issues to report.
you will probably find that with HDMI connection your card/s will clock down as mine do with HDMI , but this doesn't happen when connected with displayport @ 144hz . only @ 120hz and below do they behave as they should
I did use the HDMI 2.0 connection for a few days , but i just couldn't get the same picture quality/colour as i do with the disport-port cable , HDMI the colors looked over Saturated , even when i use limited output dynamic range , maybe i need more time to configure the setting , but couldn't be bothered.
So i will stick to 120hz on the desktop , but i can still use 144hz in-game by setting prefered refresh rate to highest available in NCP 3d setting ..
New driver runs fine on my end.
Thanks. 120hz is probably a better rate for my card in crysis3 anyway ***128522;. I like things to just work though.
20 FPS now in Guild Wars 2 with this driver. Something's screwed. Either on nVidia's or ANet's side.
Witcher 3 is fine, Dying Light is fine.
Power readings are fine here. Afterburner 4.1.0.