Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by robalm, Aug 1, 2017.
SLI is dead for AMD soon so forgets about SLI anymore.
Yeah, both SLI and CF are basically dead at this point. Too much resources required to support a feature which less than 1% of user base even have.
Monitor doesn't appear able to enter sleep mode, will have to revert to previous driver.
Edit: Turns out a USB device I had plugged in was preventing sleep.
Aside from the same driver crashes I've experienced with previous sets, everything works as it should.
I have stuttering, lagging etc in BO3, whatever the drivers, whetever if I disable SLI or not.
The first match I play is generally ok (Eveything maxed out), smooth and 200fps (2560x1440).
Then, during the second starts to freezes, stutters and fps decrease by 20% to 30%.
Then the game is weird and run bad...
And textures becomes bad.
Vram usage decreases also...
I have reformatted the pc, etc...everything is "ok" on my pc, except this game.
I have tried a lot of drivers, all tips on the net, etc...
Could you send me by PM alll your game settings and your complete rig ?
For those of you with 1080 TIs and Windows 10, which driver are you currently on? I'd like to update to 384 or this 385 beta and would like to know which works best in general. Thanks
Hm. Well, i run specperfview 12 with the previous WHQL drivers and these ones.
Even though i have a 1070, i gained a couple of fps here and there in the tests.
A couple of tests had just 0.5 fps difference so it could be just in the error margin (though the tests run a couple of times and are averaged.)
And in some cases gained 4-5 fps.
Well in my case in not going to consider amd anymore, most because of the waiting, they took 9 months after maxwell release to throw some of their previous cards rebranded and give us hbm that nobody gave a ****, now more than 1 year after pascal just to throw a single gpu to compete with the 1080, and they announced that they even had ready a 1080ti competitor, so im glad i bought this 1080ti, i was really tired of waiting. And i never will go back to amd.
And somehow amd fanboys think they are ahead of nvidia thanks to some good marketing, but as an ex AMD consumer with a neutral point of view i don't see that tbh.
Guess I'll give these a try, maybe they'll fix an issue I am having in Playerunknown Battleground.
I set my monitor to 63hz and these settings;
I think "Order Independant Transparency" is one of the problematic graphical settings in this game, although, I think there are still some bugs with performance anyway. I've also had all of the settings maxed-out and haven't had any problems, except for OIT. I also set anisotropic filtering to at least 4x in Nvidia control panel. YMMV.
Giving this set a try...
they just unloked things on drivers wierd nvidia you are acting wierd?Just kiding no problems for me exept on doom but i can live with that.So far fast and keepers for now.
Performance in Andromeda and Fallout 4 seems the same, but the clock bug is back. Won't boost to the max and stays high in idle. Won't even bother to roll back.
No issues with this driver
*-* solid 60fps in ARK
Does this fix the "bottom half of the monitor flickering frequently" issue on the latest drivers? I had this problem since 384.76.
I'm on 382.53 with GTX 970 right now.
Never say never !
You sure are "neutral" /s
Installed them yesterday, nothing unusual yet by daily usage. Will try some game later at night.. too hot atm lol almost 40c.. dont want sauna in room xD
Is there any way to test these results on other cars that are 10xx series and 9xx series? Just curious.
Try google search. I believe I saw someone running the SpecViewPerf 12.1 test using a different card with old driver than new driver, but the results were not dramatic.
Not true at all.
Tons of SLI and CF users out there.
You can't go by steam survey or something. Not all users even let steam gather their info.
You don't need a lot of "resources" to support SLI or CF. If you can afford another card to match then that is the only "resource".
You can run SLI or CF with an i5 and be just fine. No bottlenecks.
That's like a local news station taking a poll and claiming 100 people participating is the whole country.
You can't just take a survey and think a handful is everyone.
Give us your statistics then.
SLI/ CF is on decline, and I personally used SLI for two generations. Far too many issues, and less and less support for it. It is dying out.