Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by skizzo, Nov 15, 2016.
And 9 out of 10 times, people pull random numbers from their ass to fit their narrative.
Why are some people able to run DisHonored 2 without any issues?
Each PC is different. No matter how wide-spread an issue is, there are those that it won't affect.
Like the 1080 memory clock issue with these drivers. There are people who aren't having it.
Yes, then why are we sitting here, with numpties saying "IT WORKS FOR ME, MUST BE USER ERROR", which is the most useless statement on earth? The drivers are horrible for me, I say so, because that's a subjective matter, someone gets their panties in a bunch because it works for them ON COMPLETELY DIFFERENT HARDWARE. It's mind numbingly stupid.
Each PC is different, yes. There's thousands of hardware and software combinations, so a driver may work for one person and be a horror show for the next -- Without it being user error.
The lengths people will go to in order to defend this stuff, geez. You'd think they got a monthly loyalty cheque from Nvidia.
New hotfix drivers now available:
Manual , it fixed the issue, but I have stuttering in Shadow Warrior 2 every time I move the mouse, .
Mem clock fixed works 5200 mhz now , Inno 3D 1080GTX. not moving the mouse there is no freezes. the FPS is 130+ without moving the mouse. moving the mouse drops the Fps to 30+ with freeze every time I move the mouse.
EDIT : Nvm , You must restart computer after installing drivers ... always even if windows doesn't say so.
For non-pascal cards are these generally regarded as good or should I just stay on .70 as they are working fine for me and I am not playing any of the new games mentioned.
STAY!! Every driver since .70 has offered no improvement to any of the other games plus have brought on memory issues. If you dont have any of the new games the new drivers support, there really isnt anything your missing but other issues.
Will do. Thanks!
I wonder why Nvidia leave the Quadro version of these up. They are every bit as borked on the 600 I have in the small PC as the Geforce drivers are.
Maybe because its not affected by Quadro? So far its only a isolated case with custom OC GP104 gpus.
Well, on my Quadro 600 those drivers randomly crash. And once they do, they don't stop and crash every 10 seconds. Reboot as the only solution. Or rolling back to the previous set, which ist fine.