GeForce 466.11 WHQL driver download & discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 14, 2021.

  1. flow

    flow Maha Guru

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    Agreed, overall smooth in games on my system. 3Dmark scores slightly higher also, compared to older drivers.
     
  2. vf

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    Freeze? No. It'll stick to an fps number when exiting a game. As there is nothing to detect. Therefor you have to toggle it. Once toggled on the desktop, it goes to N/A but when a game fires up the fps meter ticks away the way it's supposed to be. But sadly there is a lot of ALT+R on this now when exiting to the desktop unlike previous versions. Realistically it should really switch to N/A when no 3D is running. Or vanish completely the way it was supposed to be. 2D, nothing on the screen. 3D it activates.

    It would completely disappear when not in 3D with past versions.
     
  3. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    The remaining changes we are working on are some MPO related optimizations. This should be in the next driver branch. For now, you can just disable MPO which should solve this issue:

    https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5157/
     
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  4. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    And you are not using any Freestyle filters?
     

  5. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    Any chance you could share a GPUView trace of the micro-stutter with the latest driver?
    http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3507
     
  6. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    No i don't use filters, also i think it's the game but i'm not totally sure because it works with DX12 whenever it doesn't crash
     
  7. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    Which MSI notebook do you own?
     
  8. yosef019

    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    hello manual G any updates for rtx voice for gtx cards its cuts off my voice when high noice in background. And some times its not mute background noise (after drives updates (need to confirm that))?
     
  9. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    im so glad this forum has that feature.

    Is your dragon center version up to date?
    Latest release is 16th April, 2.0.108.0
     
  10. kaibosh

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    I enjoy vicious banter, but let's stay on topic. These drivers are 'fine', I haven't noticed anything really. This release is a little underwhelming, not sure why they bothered.
     

  11. xvt

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    Possible bug here:
    Have one G-Sync compatible monitor and a non VRR TV.
    I use the usual setup:
    • NVCP VSync on
    • NVCP G-Sync on / Monitor FreeSync on
    • NVCP Max Frame Rate disabled
    • RTSS framerate cap 3 frames below refresh
    • I also have NVCP Low Latency Mode off
    Of the few games I play on the TV, I have set their respective RTSS profiles to cap framerate to (refresh rate - 0.01).
    It's worked just fine except for this driver.
    It seems the NVCP Max Frame Rate setting enables itself whenever VSync is on.
    So, running a game on the TV caps the framerate to 58 fps, never reaching my RTSS cap and hence stuttering every now and then because of the missing frames.
    I can bypass the behavior by simply setting the game's NVCP profile to something higher than 60 so the RTSS profile takes over.

    So in summary, enabling VSync engages NVCP Max Frame Rate, even if Low Latency Mode is not enabled.
    I know this is intended behavior on G-Sync displays, but only if Low Latency Mode is set to Ultra.

    Edit: Solved! Resetting the Max Frame Rate value to Off (after changing it from its default of 58 fps) and restarting the PC restored previous behavior.
     
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  12. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    not a bug, thats been gsync+vsync behavior for 2 years now.
     
  13. toyota

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    What kind of ridiculous reply is that? Of course they are not "intentionally" making it slower. The POINT is that the whitelist means very little as some of those game are actually SLOWER with it enabled when reviewers actually bother to test it out. In fact a couple of the games from the list were significantly slower.
     
  14. DannyD

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    Folks, can i run my gpu 24/7 with an average hotspot of 72C?
     
  15. toyota

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    good lord you are an ignorant clown.
     
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    Anybody notice any weird graphical glitching at all since installing this driver?
    It rarely happens, but had it in Valorant, Apex, and Warzone.
    very rare but does happen. Only started with this driver install.
     
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    AsiJu Ancient Guru

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    Auto-capping with Vsync+Gsync should only kick in if ULLM is enabled, no?
     
  18. Hunti2k

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    Hi @ManuelG thanks for reply. I own a
    MSI GE76 Raider 10UH-288 with a RTX 3080 16GB.

    Any idea if this could be a bug on Nvidia driver site? As I said, until 461.40 everything runs perfect in Discrete GPU mode.
     
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    yip, newest Dragon Center installed, but normally I switch GPU mode through BIOS, so independent from Dragon Center
     
  20. d5aqoep

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    With this terrible driver, I am now unable to play Forza Horizon 4 on Ultra 4K 120 hz settings on my RTX 3080. Previous driver there was no drop in frames. Smooth constant 120fps on Ultra Dynamic Optimisation. I keep BAR on.
     

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