Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 14, 2021.
They run ok in Destiny2, actually much better then earlier 465.89, I had some stability issues with those. This 466.11 is the best so far.
For telling the truth?
Sure, even better that way I won't have to reply to blind fanboism or ignorance.
Just for the record, I'll add you to my ignore list too and the other 2 neophytes that are in the same trash bin with you, they know who they are.
PS. Thanks for reminding me about that forum function.
I really wish they added an option to export and import profiles via the control panel.
Hm it appears there is a regression for me. I got the RTX blackscreen during just browsing and listening to Spotify (Firefox, HW-accelerated, sound from GPU via HDMI) again which they had fixed 2 or 3 versions back. This time i got an eventlog "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
HAGS is off in Windows, REBAR is off in BIOS
Sorry, it’s not a driver problem
Working perfectly here in a vast number of games, new and old. Nice solid set for me so far but as always if I come across any issues I'll report back.
Whoops, when installing 465.89 again, when the display shut off for the driver replacement, the PC did not like it:
Did a DDU cleanup and reinstalled 465.89 afterwards
Driver has been working great for me - No issues.
Same here, got one yesterday browsing with Edge (also had Anydesk running in the backround), was wandering if it was just me.
So far no problems on my 3070 with bar enabled globally.
These are all good for me, no issues, installed them over the top of the last lot
Those games perform fine, the issue is with the systems.
This only occurs when installing with GFE in a handful of user cases.
Assuming GFE = Geforce Experience
I am always using NVSlimmer and removing everything but Core, Display, Audio, Physx. I haven't had GFE on this machine for years.
i'd like to see the bsod dump file then, quite unusual to experience a kernel exception without something third party modifying the drivers memory.
Not sure if that 1 person would be sufficient. Hardware Unboxed shows a fps loss in Division 2 for instance, whereas I have a gain of roughly 5 fps. Mileage may very from hardware setup to hardware setup to some degree.
I do think an "easier" toggle in the driver menu would be nice though.
Maybe fine but still worse with ReBar on than off which is a driver issues when you start looking at them other cards that get increased performance in the same games when ReBar is enabled, that even on the same systems that you think got an issue or several.
If you compare it with Windows 10, I would certainly prefer two releases per year. One with new features and the second, purely bug fixing. I'd prefer same thing with Nvidia Drivers but the release schedule accordingly faster.
P.S. Out of topic, I flashed my Z390 for Resizable Bar, Nvidia Drivers included but I'm pretty sure I won't ever see Zotac releasing BIOS while they could easily do so. Obviously the ultimate move to upgrade. But hard to find the reason since the card provides me with my Monitor's 75Hz easily and mostly running at 1200Mhz only in order to achieve it. The last good purchase I made at 210€ before the Hardware madness. If things have stayed the same, I could see my self getting a 3060Ti for 340-350€. Summers Night Dreams... Especially when I see 1660 Super new costing 550-600€.
Everyone just revert to 456.89 driver, this one is crap.
Speak for yourself.