GeForce Driver 368.69 Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Extraordinary, Jul 6, 2016.

  1. XcroN

    XcroN Master Guru

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    Thanks for the heads up.
     
  2. Nastya

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    Took me way too long to find the ignore function on this board.
     
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    I see what you did there, sir, not cool.
     
  4. dr_rus

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    What's not cool is to ask that question again and again when there's no indication anywhere that anything has changed regarding this in this driver. The driver itself is a minor bump of the same R367 branch so even an undocumented changes of such scale are extremely unlikely. The brain is given us for a reason.
     

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    thanks you for the tip ^^
     
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    Any fix for Total war warhammer graphics bugs??
     
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    I really don't understand why you have to treat people like that.
     
  8. Witcher29

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    Hopefully this driver wil fix the micrsoft edge TDR while watching movies or videos when SLI is enabled
     
  9. ElectronSpider

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    Edit: Oops, I posted in wrong thread. Please ignore in this thread.

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    I tested the 368.39 drivers on my rig using Windows 10 64 bit Pro. The only issue I am having is I get flickering icons on windows when I resize the window, which I do not remember getting. Otherwise, no other issues I have run into. Here is a heavily compressed video of the symptom:

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  10. robertmor52

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    tested...not solved!!:bang:
     

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    Welcome to neogaf... oh wait...
     
  12. Darren Hodgson

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    I'm confused... the v368.69 release notes make absolutely NO mention of the MFAA bug, which can cause annoying issues with the non-gaming components of Windows if it is enabled in the Global profile, in either the Fixed or Outstanding Issues section. This is a pretty serious bug IMO and even if it isn't fixed in this release, something I am not expecting after what ManuelG posted a week or so back, then it should be mentioned SOMEWHERE. I certainly was not the only person affected by this issue. I would have at least expected NVIDIA to acknowledge the issue exists/existed! :3eyes:
     
  13. Denial

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    Nvidia's driver notes/changelog has been bad since forever. They fix stuff all the time that's not listed and they acknowledge bugs all the time that are not listed. They might as well not even have a changelog section, it's usually worthless.
     
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    sacrilegious! (I do the same every time)

    Let's hope these drivers are as sexy as the version number.

    I agree, they need better release notes. Just lie and say its a performance
    driver, and I will be happy regardless. Placebo effect in full effect!
     

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    Because people are stupid.
     
  17. AsiJu

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    So far so good with these drivers (DOOM, Dying Light, CoJ: Gunslinger).

    Off topic:

    notice the resemblance:
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    That was fast, Doom Vulkan must be on the horizon.

    I hope Vulkan is the power boost it's claiming it is.
     
  19. SHOCKTRUPPEN

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  20. AntiSnipe

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    Holy crap! The image quality is....never mind.

    Joking aside, the bloat is seriously getting ridiculous. These are so huge they won't even fit on a CD when extracted out of the installer package. I install nothing but the driver and Physx and it is taking up over 640 MB just in the "C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation" folder alone. I imagine 4 times that spread out in system folders + Vulkan, GFE, etc. if installed.

    It's a video card driver, not a @#$% ***@$ing Adobe photo/video editing suite.
     

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