Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 28, 2020.
Probably cause that "little kid's game" is 1 of the most popular games in the world?
Scrolling on facebook then flashing webpage using Microsoft edge browser gives error (display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered) same issue with 456.38. No such problems with driver version 452.22.
Pretty underwhelming list of fixes, but at least the EventLog bug was fixed I guess.
Not sure why nvtopps still has to be active every second on GPUs that don't support automatic tuning, that is assuming it's the only thing it's responsible for.
But..... who still use microsoft edge / explorer in 2020 ? mostly use chrome
Seems that a new driver helped alot of people with CTD with Ampere cards
@Hilbert Hagedoorn I do wonder if there is some performance regression with this CTD fix? It seems like you would want to lower boosts or add some levels of boosting to more slowly ramp up to reduce the large current demands. Anyhow I think its worth testing a couple games to see if there is a performance regression.
Is the DCH control panel more up to date than the standard control panel or do the version numbers not correspond to the same thing between the two? I have been using standard drivers but if the DCH control panel is more up to date then I would not have a problem moving to the DCH drivers.
DCH Control Panel has version 8.1.958.0, dunno about Standard
We just fixed this issue. Fix should be in next driver.
crap I can't stand fortnite, But to question why they added new tech to one of the biggest games on the planet just shows a purposeful ignorance and a shite attempt to be edgy.
Call of Duty will require the game update. Then you can enable Reflex from the in game settings.
Is the valve index HDCP error fixed? It’s not listed in the Known Issues anymore.
Anyone know if the Divinity Original Sin 2 issue with HAGS is fixed?
Right back to Fallout 4 CTD's during game loading. Sigh.
Reverting back to 446.14... those are the latest that work for me and don't have problems with HDR and madVR.
During installation of both the 456.38 and 456.55 driver my monitor (Acer XV273K) loses signal from the GTX 1080 ("no signal"). The monitor is connected via 2 displayport cables for the 144Hz mode. Anybody heard about this problem or knows a solution? Would be grateful for any help...
EDIT. I did use the latest DDU before installing any new drivers
Any guess/idea for when that one is coming out? Like, in a week, two weeks, three+... I might just hold out for it then if it's sooner rather then later, to save me from constant drivers updating.
@ManuelG - any word on a fix for 30 series getting stuck in 3d clocks at idle regardless of power settings?
It's all ok, here