GeForce 456.55 WHQL driver download & discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. Astug

    Astug Active Member

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    Would like to know this aswell. As I understand it, this was fixed in a previous driver but wasn't merged in 456.38. Hopefully it's in now.
     
  2. windrunnerxj

    windrunnerxj Master Guru

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    This is probably something that GFE should fix but I thought I'd retest a bug with control panel sharpening not being visible on GFE screenshots because a new GFE beta was released since previously reported.
    Bug is still present, unfortunately.
    456.55 and beta GFE 3.20.5.48 (previously tested 452.06 and GFE 3.20.4.14).
     
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  3. toyo

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    Not fixed here.
     
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    Hey Manuel, is there an ETA on when this will come to Apex?
    Cheers!
     

  5. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    What graphics card do you have?
     
  6. stevencrider

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    Just installed 456.55 and it doesn't fix the sudden Code 43 on my Lenovo Ideapad 700 GTX 950m that I received when installing 456.38. No amount of clean installs, removing, reinstalling older versions, etc, have fixed the problem. I've followed all the suggested procedures and nothing has worked, including going back to the installer provided by Lenovo (385.54). I refuse to believe that the moment I installed 456.38 suddenly caused a hardware problem with the 950m on my Lenovo Ideapad 700 laptop. That said, just to say again, I've followed all the suggested paths to fix over the past week and nothing has worked. Nor has this 456.55 update.

    Edit: Corrected version number from Lenovo from 585.54 to 385.54
     
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  7. Ohmer

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    As with 456.38, Adaptive Sync will not "stick" with this driver after a reboot. It still works, but I have to toggle the "Enable settings for the selected display model" check box in NVCP after each reboot. It then functions perfectly until the next reboot.
    Even though my monitor is not "Certified" it has always worked perfectly up to and including 452.22. I only have 1 display - LG 38WK95C-W FreeSync Monitor - DDU Safe mode used - Full driver package installation (minus GFE).

    @ManuelG I've just submitted a feedback form.
     
  8. bluedevil

    bluedevil Master Guru

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    Call of duty Warzone uses 1.2gb of shared gpu memory (RAM) but only 1.9 gb out of the 6gb Gddr my rtx 2060 has at the menu.
    In-game still 1.2gb of shared gpu memory(RAM) and 2.8gb Gddr out of 6gb . Every setting is on low or disabled. I have Nvidia highlights disabled in-game and no geforce experience installed .
    Why is it using 1.2gb of shared gpu memory when my gpu has plenty of memory of its own?
    This seems excessive as I only have 8 gb of RAM.
    Is this driver related or bad game code?
    Is there any way to lower or disable gpu shared memory?
     
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  9. SSD

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    Yes, pretty much what I have experienced since the previous drivers came out, 456.38, my LG FreeSync monitor just doesn't work anymore, works randomly for a few minutes and then have to disable/reenable FreeSync... Reverted to 452.06 and everything works normally, with the exception of the Image Sharpening which does not work with Geforce Experience.
     
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  10. undorich

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    what about the tech putting data straight into vram instead of system ram ? only thin air ?
     

  11. SSD

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    That works only with 3000 generation cards if I'm not mistaken...
     
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    I'd imagine my monitor is fairly uncommon (38" Ultrawide) so good to know I'm not the only one here having this issue, if you know what i mean =). Reverted to 452.22 once again. Thanks for confirming it!
     
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    8.1.940.0 for the standard
     
  14. SSD

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    No, my monitor is just a garden variety 34 inch ultrawide LG.
     
  15. Kanuki

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    Updated to 465.55 but still having completely crash and freeze up issue.

    The only working workaround for now is to down clock by 50MHz.
     

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    Not sure if this is driver related but after updating the latest version of Modern Warfare, the round ends, the scoreboard shows up and it freezes and quits to desktop.
     
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    @ManuelG I wounder why the library _nvtopps.dll is loaded on Pascal GPUs and keep logging fail to load if Pascal GPUs don't support it? I hope NVIDIA will remove it from the INF for Pascal GPU unless you plan to support Pascal GPUs
     
  19. Hardc0rHamburger

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    I believe it. Ever since the 456 drivers, my 1080ti locked overclock keeps getting bumped up by itself. at 2025 mhz the card is stable as soon as it gets a load at 2037 it crashes. The crashes on the 30 series are probably related to the bugged boosting.
     
  20. Alien_Zero

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    Anyone tried these with Warzone, I can't play any game with the season 6 released today, game freeze then a crash with an error code.
     

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