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Geforce 435.27

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by peppercute, May 30, 2019.

  1. SyntaX

    SyntaX Member Guru

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    With G-Sync enabled Fullscreen Youtube Videos in Firefox are stuttering. Hope for next release that they fixed this.
     
  2. SplashDown

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    I just have regular monitor, but I use You-Tube TV and every version of Firefox it stuttered, in window and fullscreen till I gave up and used chrome now it is stutter free. I tried everything to fix and kept hoping a update would fix it so I stopped using firefox about a month ago. My setup anyway...
     
  3. Chastity

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    You can fix that by setting a game profile for the browser, and set it to disable GSync.
     
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  4. eGGroLLiO

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    Unless I am wrong I don't think you can turn off g-sync as a per profile setting? Do you know of a way to do this?
     

  5. BuildeR2

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    I've been using Firefox since the start and have never had any issues with videos and stuttering, until Win 10 1903 and any 430.xx driver. Really sucks and makes it hard to watch racing, with the cars literally jumping around on screen. I'm hoping that much like Intel a week ago, Nvidia will release their first *actual support for 1903* type of driver soon.
     
  6. SyntaX

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    its possible with NvidiaProfileInspector, but thats only a workaraound. Iam back to 430.86
     
  7. Cyberdyne

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    You can turn off Gsync just in the regular NVCP per profile. Just open the profile and get it to Fixed rather than Gsync.
     
  8. SyntaX

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    But after that g-sync gets not automatically activated anymore, that setting is buggy since years. you have to reenable g-sync after using fixed refreshrate.
    By setting G-sync "disallow" with NvidiaProfileInspector it works like it should. i reported this to nvidia multiple times...
     
  9. -Tj-

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    Nvidia, what's the hold up with official r435 release?

    AMD now made it official "anti-lag", etc..but by Nvidia it's just some beta code.
     
  10. eGGroLLiO

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    It might be that color profile switching issue. It's still there for me. Once I exit a game it does not restore the profile I have selected in color management.
     

  11. Cyberdyne

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    I'm not exactly itching for anti lag either. Just a new option that changes two others for you. Good for general public in terms of clarity, but doesn't do anything for us here.
     
  12. Astyanax

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    all mainstream web browsers already have gsync preffed off.

    waterfox and palemoon do not though.
     
  13. rasfire

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    I'm on this driver since yesterday, after reading this topic about it. (I was on the 430's) One important thing i've noticed on my 1080ti, is the big difference in image quality. Big big Improvement :)
     
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    I'm not experiencing this here. I've set a profile for MPC-BE to use "Fixed refresh" without issue, and my games enable GSync w/o issue.
     
  15. SyntaX

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    Tested it, and it looks its working now.
     

  16. -Tj-

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    So I've tried them too and they feel smoother compared to 431.18beta, performance also tiny bit better by min fps.
    Played only Destiny2 for 1-2hrs.
     
  17. GIBF4

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    Interesting reading. I thought the same. Actually image quality of 435.27 "seems" better even with lower settings.
     
  18. VisitorX

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    is there no Physyx this time with this driver ?
     
  19. peppercute

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    u can just copy PhysX folder frome previos driver set and install this one
     
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