Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by WhiteLightning, Oct 23, 2016.
The last driver has also been removed from Nvidia's site. Good call.
Well it is sort of broken as it takes 2-3 second to apply a change
The video corruption is still happening for me with this hotfix release (GTX 960 Strix). 375.57 started that. I ran DDU and updated, and it still happens. It isn't from an addon in chrome. Embedded video on youtube and probably anywhere will have this. The top half of videos is black and moshed looking for 2-5 seconds and goes away. :\ Good job nvidia, breaking something else..
No, it's not.
What about modern apps like mail, fixed too?
They should. It can't scale with high DPI monitors.
Well, I don't use it so I don't have account set up but at least it does start and ask me to add one.
As a side note: I noticed that Google finally added VP9 acceleration support in Chrome. Works great now, even 60 fps VP9 videos.
That's likely related to Chrome 54 update which they just released.
Does anyone else get gifs and video corruption on chrome? I haven't tried another browser yet. But since the 375 drivers, it's been this way.
Yeah im getting this to on Chrome with the last few drivers.
No Video Corruption here in Chrome.
So it's definitely the driver causing it. It's not that bad, but it's annoying when it does happen.
Doesn't happen for me, so it's not the Driver.
Haha I love this :banana::banana::banana:
I never used chrome before always Firefox but i switched about a month ago and i have only experienced this problem since using Chrome, Nvidia ? I think its Chrome java/Flash ?
My Chrome works fine with 375.63 on Windows 10.
Must be Plugins people use.
uffff, UK link is sooo slow.. 300kb/s, German also..
Ok, US is somewhat fast with 3MB/s..
EDIT: anyway, yes modern MS apps are fixed as well - mail. All is good now:nerd:
they also dowgraded the gfe version on geforce.com
yesterday i downloaded and installed 22.214.171.124 now it's 126.96.36.199 again hmm
edit: they actually offer one version on
and another on http://www.geforce.com
No corruption in Chrome here. But I'm using 55beta.
they didn't fix the 144hz flickering issue...I had flickering on desktop right after installing previous and newest driver...The only way to solve it is to switch betweeen 120hz and reapply 144hz, or start a game (i have no flickering while gaming). All this with msi gtx 1080 gaming X and rog sfift PG278q 144hz monitor...With my other rig with a gtx 980ti and another 144hz gsync monitor (benq) no problem at all...So i'm supposing it's a specific problem between gtx 1080 and those driver..Anyone has more explanations about what's happening?