GeForce 375.86 WHQL driver Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by skizzo, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. ppk94

    ppk94 New Member

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    Too bad Surround issue with HB Bridge on GTX1080 not solved!!!

    Damned we were so many hoping that Nvidia wiill finally be able to solved the GTX1080 SLI issue with 3 monitors in Surround after they told us they can fix it, but NADA!

    So many having the problem that I also start to believe that all GTX1080 are defective due to bad design and cannot be used with HB Bridge in SLI when 3 monitors are connected to be used in Surround...

    e.g. forums.geforce.com/default/topic/955043/nvidia-surround/3monitors-surround-two-gtx-1080-sli-with-hb-bridge-system-crash/1/

    :wanker:
     
  2. pimpernell

    pimpernell Master Guru

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    Works fine here; evga 1080 ftw, windows version 14393.447 1607
     
  3. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    Well, no further ideas then.
     
  4. zig11727

    zig11727 Member Guru

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    Does not work here
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    GigaByte Extreme Gaming 1080 Bios 86.04.17.00.A3
    Memory clock stuck @810 MHz
    Rollback to 375.76 all is fine.
     

  5. KayserKay

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    Mr. Trump, please...

    Make NVIDIA Great Again!
     
  6. Eesi

    Eesi Active Member

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    Just to let you know... I've been using inno bios on my kfa ref 1080 and had Mem issues with this driver. So i flashed back the original bios and the Mem stuck problems were gone. Seems to me like it is not relatet to micron, but maybe Mem Speed / Timing etc...
     
  7. khanmein

    khanmein Ancient Guru

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    Trump should make AMD great again cos NV is becoming lackluster!
     
  8. khanmein

    khanmein Ancient Guru

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    seriously it related to memory clock cos NV tried their best to solve the issue (maybe related to flickering, ghosting or artifacts) but ended up the memory clock stucked at 810 MHz.

    https://www.google.com/#q=micron+row+hammer

    memory clock is important as u can see the FPS is drastically reduced & caused shuttering.

    any GTX 1080 here w/o any issue? as for GTX 1070 got samsung & micron so partially.

    micron is sensitive! don't play play..
     
  9. NeoandGeo

    NeoandGeo Master Guru

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    I'm in the Release Preview ring for Windows 10 on the latest update, with a 1080FTW on t4 Strix BIOS I do not experience the issue. Have we seen any common theme for those who are affected? I did an express update to the latest driver through GFE while MSI Afterburner was running, if that matters at all.
     
  10. Party Poison

    Party Poison Ancient Guru

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    It is. I ran it on another rig i have here with the latest drivers But Without the bf1 patch. No flicker at all.
     

  11. raken

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    No problem with 1050 Ti. Don't have BF1 but memory is ok gaming. Tried using DDU after previous GFE install and fresh drivers from Nvidia but still ok.
     
  12. skizzo

    skizzo Active Member

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  13. WhiteLightning

    WhiteLightning Don Illuminati Staff Member

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    Ok i confirm it, i confirm it :D
     
  14. squalles

    squalles Master Guru

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    i hope any day nvidia introduce frame limiter option by driver in your own control panel... will be a good thing to all

    use fast sync with frame limiter are amazing... you have reduced inputlag without screen tearing and making your card working only with needed power and temperature

    but i personally donĀ“t like need use third party softwares to do it
     
  15. AsiJu

    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    I once tried fast sync+rtss framerate limiter (tried capped to 59 and 60) in The Division but the motion was very jerky or jittery. Ordinary vsync was much better.

    Gonna try in QB though.
     

  16. JAMVA

    JAMVA Master Guru

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    I can definately confirm that the issue only affects cards with a factory memory overclock :infinity:

    I was using the infamous MSI review bios :nerd: , flashed back to retail bios and it is fixed , review bios overclocks the memory a tiny bit while the retail is reference memory clocks.

    Retail bios and no problem with memory speed :banana: :-

    [​IMG]
     
  17. edilsonj

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    Palit GTX 1060 with no issues, but no factory's overclocking.
     
  18. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    Wow that was fast posting here. Quick request for users who ran into the memory stuck at 810MHz bug. Since this seems to affect some factory overclocked cards, can you use a tool like MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision and lower the clock speeds of the card to NVIDIA reference clock speeds and let me know if the memory clock issue goes away? You can find the reference clock speeds of each card below:

    GeForce GTX 1080
    Core Clock 1607MHz
    Boost Clock 1734MHz
    Memory Clock 10Gbps

    GeForce GTX 1070
    Core Clock 1506MHz
    Boost Clock 1683MHz
    Memory Clock 8Gbps

    GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
    Core Clock 1506MHz
    Boost Clock 1708MHz
    Memory Clock 8Gbps

    GeForce GTX 1060 3GB
    Core Clock 1506
    Boost Clock 1708
    Memory Clock 8 Gbps

    This will likely not work so not saying this is a solution. Just curious.
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2016
  19. WhiteLightning

    WhiteLightning Don Illuminati Staff Member

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    yeah everyone is F5-ing on Nvidia's forum ManuelG :D
     
  20. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    Well by The division try higher fps cap or without fps cap. Maybe also try driver fps limiter (v2) instead of RTSS.

    Or maybe it just doesn't like fastSync, I use it mostly where normal vsync doesn't feel right and/or I can have higher fps.
     

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