Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by RealNC, Jul 4, 2017.
If the driver is bad, NVIDIA will remove immediately without any hassle.
I'm not sure your definitions of bad coincide.
I never had stuttering but from one driver way back on GTX 680 SLI. New tech new features. They certainly had their glitches. I rarely hear about it at all anymore. Anyway, this set is solid after 2 weeks of no pc. Had my Hero VII die on me after 3 years. Lost the whole top half of the board, would not power fans, detect cpu, or ram. Was sad as temps were always normal and no burn marks. All my other hardware works. Made no sense to me at all. Went through all the trouble shooting you could think of. Got a new psu just in case.
Can't look into bugs if you do not provide any system details
I know this isn't a bug report, but I feel for you ManuelG. People just talk crap without explaining their situation. Most of it is user error, while some of it is legitimate issues. No way of knowing with people having bad attitudes towards others.
Just recently I ran into the most weird string of issues with multiple devices...and life, and let me tell you it all hit me all at once. Instead of flipping out on others I just sorta kept to myself, talking things out to myself, until I figured it all out. All this while listening to minor "horror" stories from others that people explode into wars for no reason.
Sometimes life can get frustrating but one thing I will not do is walk up to someone and give them crap over issues. It's been done to me and it's not appreciative. I could not take myself down to a level like that.
Driver are working great, as per the last dozen releases or so.
Still can't play Mass Effect Andromeda without a memory crash.
Never had Mass Effect Andromeda crash with any NVIDIA driver, it's just a shame a game which promised so much gives very little.
No worries, it's nothing to spent precious life on.
A single GPU only dipping to 55fps at 4k 8xmsaa...how are you getting that? I got my card overclocked to 2ghz with +400 on the memory and I get less than that sometimes with even 2xmsaa at 4k. I ended up lowering to a custom resolution. Also why do you need 8xmsaa at 4k? 2-4x would be plenty at that resolution.
Has anyone else ran into these issues? https://forums.geforce.com/default/...experience-update-3-7-0-81-feedback-thread/6/
GeForce Experience Share button settings are busted with 384.76 and 384.80. Cannot get it to work to pop up the hud. Both 184.108.40.206.
382.53 has 3.6.0 but automatically updates to 220.127.116.11 and Share settings works.
All clean installs.
If you install an older version with .74 and .80 it updates and you then get this: #84 https://forums.geforce.com/default/...-7-0-81-feedback-thread/post/5182009/#5182009
I think these may have solved my screen going blank for a few seconds problem ( once I set my screen id). Win7
I can no longer find this set of drivers on the Nvidia website. I grabbed them two days ago from the beta drivers download page. Did they retire them?
here it is
can anyone play HDR games on samsung ks8500 tv w/ this driver?
somehow i can't but i am using a very long hdmi cable which worked 100% when i got it
edit : nvm fixed it
my call of duty infinite warfare still stuttering same as all the previous driver 384.76 384.80
and this is also 384.94 but it was running fine on 382.53 is this problem only for me on
driver stuttering on 384.76 384.80 384.94 plz help i have asus gtx 1060 6gb rog strix
Can anyone share a comparison between 382.05 and 384.76?
thx in advance