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GeForce Driver 180.60 BETA @ CUDA

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by justinkw1, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. HaZe303

    HaZe303 Ancient Guru

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    That is just the Cuda SDK tools, you dont need that, its for the software/game developers to help them include CUDA in their software or something. So just leave that alone, you do not need it.
     
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    Beautiful! Thanks!
     
  3. ElementalDragon

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    the second bit you would need though.... the PhysX drivers.
     
  4. Burnt_Ram

    Burnt_Ram Ancient Guru

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    im currently on 180.48. i was planning on trying out 180.70, but now after reading this thread it seems people like .60 better than .70?
     

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    Question , and please do not bite off my head I am simply asking.

    I realize that this driver , 180.60 , does not include the Physx driver in the install package so that does not need to be repeated for an answer to this question:

    When I remove the Nvidia Video drivers , if I DO NOT remove the Physx first , the driver uninstaller does NOT remove them for me , SO my question is if I don't remove the Physx driver that installed with the 180.48 but DO remove the 180.48 driver can I just them simply install the 180.60 driver and still have Physx without installing the Physx driver posted by AmigaWolf (BTW thank you for the link sir:)) if in fact the other Physx drivers from the 180.48 drivers is still installed?

    thanks and sorry if this has been asked I didn't see it anywhere.
     
  6. AmigaWolf

    AmigaWolf Master Guru

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    Yes you only have to remove the Geforce 180.48 driver and not the Physx driver.
     
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  7. KillerC

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    Good deal , thank you.

    off to do some testing today!!

    got 13,335 on 3DMark 06 Advanced with the 180.48 , now I want to see what the .60 can do!!
     
  8. AmigaWolf

    AmigaWolf Master Guru

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    I have tested the drivers in 3DMark.



    3DMark06

    Score: 16207
    SM2.0: 6303
    HDR/SM3.0: 7900
    CPU: 4340



    3DMark Vantage + PhysX 8.10.13

    P13012
    GPU: 10928
    CPU: 30407


    This are one of the best drivers so far.
     
  9. Burnt_Ram

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    i have to say. thois morning i tried both .70 and .60, and the IQ is better with the .60's and the little micro stutters i had with the .70's is gone. so, 180.60 works best for me.
     
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    i want ure avitar lol

    and ye theas are great for me also
     

  11. Burnt_Ram

    Burnt_Ram Ancient Guru

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    my avatar? do you know who she is?
     
  12. Venomsword

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    I shall answer: Nicole Avery "Nikki" Cox
     
  13. Burnt_Ram

    Burnt_Ram Ancient Guru

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    you are correct! she's such a babe. sorry guys, i'll get back on topic now :)
     
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    I'm sticking with the 180.60.
    I barely have problems with any kind of drivers and the 180.60 aren't either.
    Haven't heard to much good news about 180.70 yet so sticking with these until new drivers come out.
     
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    I have problems with 180.60 it says nvlddmkm stopped working when i wanne play a game.Im going to uninstall it in safe mode and try it again
     

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    Great drivers for me. Getting considerably less micro stutters in Fallout 3. Was able to keep my higher clocks from the 180.48 drivers. Sticking with these.
     
  17. Freakazoid81

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    hmmm?

    hmm, i might say, that micro stuttering is a sli related prob, if u think, i runs smoother, u should bench the game (fraps, whatever). on single-setup, u probably can see some stuttering @ 30 fps (frame drops). But again, this isn't micro stuttering...

    if u want to know, how micro stuttering feels, u should download this tool (german site, but u can find the download button ( functions only on single-card-setup)): http://www.computerbase.de/downloads/software/systemprogramme/grafikkarten/mikroruckler-tester_single-gpu/
     
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    No, in the case of Fallout3 there is a problem with micro-stuttering if you disable vsync with many drivers atm. I've had to run vsync enabled since the game came out with every nvidia driver version so far, will check these...
     
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    I still wish nvidia would sort out the bug where the "Show only programs installed on this computer" shows nothing.
    It seems ages ago that it worked and you didn't have to wade through the list of all the profiles to find the one you wanted.
     
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    i changed "max pre-rendered frames " from 3 t0 2 ,forced vscyn off in nv control panel and my anoying micro stutter went away
     

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