Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by valorex, Apr 29, 2021.
I get random freezes when playing YouTube videos that freeze Chrome for like 1 minute or more
Strange shadows appearing and dissapearing when i move my mouse back and fort, RDR2, 466.11 . And now i begin to afraid to use this driver, 1060 6gb. Don't know which driver to use anymore.
thats because you're using a rx 570 with nvidia drivers.
That may be the case. I see a similar problem with the RTX 3090 and these drivers, though, although the freezes are much shorter than what DM85 described.
All games which are implementing DLSS since the end of 2020 are using DLSS 2.1 SDK.
What features they are choosing to implement is down to game developers.
You can implement DLSS 2.1 in a way which won't be any different from 2.0.
But if a game supports Ultra Performance preset then it is using 2.1.
This doesn't mean that it is using the rest of 2.1 features though.
No issues with these for me (so far), only popped them on for Exodus Enhanced next week.
Some manufacturers slap on the G-Sync compatible label without even asking Nvidia, even seen some remove it from their product page a while after.
Can't really blame Nvidia for not adding G-Sync compatibility in their drivers for those displays.
I don't have an 8k TV, but I had a cable issue with hdmi a while back and it was the last thing I would have thought was the problem.
What api you're running the game on? What monitor do you use?
No issues here, but not as smooth and strong as 465.89, there are some fps drops and little bit stuttering, i'll see, if not i'll revert to 465.89
I always end up going back to the 457.51's
Its not the cable Ive tried 2 of these Ultra high speed ones. Massive cables.
The driver before the last one was fine. Scaling worked and the TV res was the correctly recommended res of 8k
Ive been sending my crash dumps and BSODs to Manual Guzman because I get crashes when I start some games for the first time with the new TV whenever the side monitor is connected
Its still an issue 2 months later and nvidia really havent done much testing at 8k for quality control as support isnt great on the 3090 despite them doing all the promo on the video of launch of Doom Eternal in 8k which is nice but yea. Broken on desktop
You don't understand.
It's not about AOC "label" but about official Nvidia g-sync compatible certificate:
Don't worry lads I suppose more from dev dept had to be moved to counting cash .
Someone has to count those record sales (while none in shops) to miners.
That's interesting. I don't see the Gigabyte KD25F on their Gsync Compatible list. So it needs a certificate?
Dude you should be writing Nvidia a thank you letter for supporting a freesync monitor on Nvidia drivers. Your 144Hz refresh and AMD FreeSync Premium adaptive sync technology monitor may be added one day but it makes no real world difference whatsoever. Stop with the sillyness ,does Nvidia have you that brainwashed that you think it needs to be on the Nvidia list today,that is some next level stuff.
No you don't get it.
If AOC 24G2W1G4 isn't on the list but promoted as such by AOC it is as I wrote.
Nividia only certifies monitors that:
1. Have been applied to be certified by the manufacturer
2. Pass all internal testing for the certificate
The G4 panel obviously differs slightly from the G8, enough to make it fail.
Anyway, why care if a FreeSync monitor didn't make it to that list when it can be forced via NVCPL?
Anyhow, how does the driver work out for you?
Runs fine on my end, no issues so far.
I do have random bsods when shutting down Windows with this version.
Notebook with a GTX 1660 Ti Max-q
Working fine, no problems.
Have not experienced any issues yet!