Geforce driver 390.65 WHQL Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by skizzo, Jan 8, 2018.

  1. Chastity

    Chastity Maha Guru

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    OS level mitigations are disabled using VMWare solution, because the microcode is not detected when OS kernel boots. So you should not have a performance difference because mitigations are not in place.
     
  2. Rapyer

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    yea i spoke to soon. stutter is still there ingame in pubg. wasnt that evident on spawn island, but when more and more textures and people nearby, it starts to stutter when looking around
     
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  3. dr_rus

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    Chipset has plenty of device drivers on it. It's just that it usually doesn't make any difference whether you use the Windows default ones or install them from chipset manufacturer.
     
  4. Chastity

    Chastity Maha Guru

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    Load lag?
     

  5. Rapyer

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    negative. i rolled back to 388.13 and stuttering when looking around is gone. its worse with filters applied as well. i can run reshade with no stutter or without noticable performance issues on 7700k with 1080ti with 3400mhz ram
     
  6. Dragondale13

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    So far so good, performance looks like it's sticking.Will continue monitoring to know for sure.
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  7. Xul Aethyr

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    when i have a slightly unstable overclock performance slowly gets worse, happens with any driver, only a reboot fixes it (restarting driver doesnt help)
     
  8. Rapyer

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    ok i finally isolated it.

    it was the latest geforce overlay that is causing the stutter. 3.12

    filter on or off, replays on or off, instant replay on or off.

    uninstalled it completely (not just turned it off) and it's now stutter free
     
  9. Archvile82

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    Unfortunately that's how it is with HDR on the LG range. Only way around it is if the game supports it is use internal resolutions scaling. So set the game display res to 4k and reduce internal render scaling to 50% for 1440p for example.

    Thankfully most games that support hdr support this.

    Also a little tip, if you got a 6 series LG make sure you re select the input after launching a hdr game or you will get banding. If the tv re-initilizes hdr after adjusting brightness controls in game repeat the process (re7 does this for example).

    On a side note I definitely seen worse performance on some games on my 4790k and 1080ti since the security patch roll out. Star wars BF2 is the worse offender. But I also have some games that appear to run a bit better too so I'm confused lol.

    With regards to the driver, it's been okay so far. Only bug I found is the HDMI sound is re-enabled on reboot.
     
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  10. evgenim

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    "390.65, that includes a security patch for one of three recently disclosed chip vulnerabilities that are collectively known as Spectre and Meltdown".
    All problems because of a patch and the situation will continue to available now. Worst driver ever.
     

  11. tensai28

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    I've opted out on the bios update for my motherboard. It seems very buggy and absolutely kills performance. I'm overclocked to 4.6ghz and performance dropped to worse than it was on stock. I don't think it's because of the microcode. I'm using a 6600k and a Asus z170a.
     
  12. Martigen

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    The microcode is the bios update - intel releases microcode updates to OEMs and they include them in BIOS updates, to be applied during POST. They're not permanent, the microcode is applied each time the machine is turned on. Under Linux you can do this in software with the kernel itself during runtime (and so, can optionally load it without updating the BIOS, or not load the microcode at all).
     
  13. Blackfyre

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    Can confirm this issue after more hours on PUBG, there's lag spikes (not net, graphic stutter) that occur spontaneously (only on Erangel I believe) and just go away. Going to roll back to test if it disappears.

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    Rolled back to previous driver and issue seems to be resolved, but only tested with 2 games (they were long games though, top 5 in both). To be absolutely sure, we'll probably need to test much more than just 2 games.
     
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  14. X7007

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    Ye the problem with HDR that I have the C6 series and I wanted to play HDR + 3D super depth reshade , doing so internal resolution scaling disables the 3D depth buffer making 3D absolute in the game.... so I am STUCK ....................... Crappy 1080p resolution or 4K 15-30 Fps ...... wtff

    Also I have AMD 1950x , so I won't see performance reduction would I ?

    For example my friend AMD Vega card can do 2560x1440 properly . it just bloody NVidia who can't.
     
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    After some more testing I came to conclusion that the driver produce easily noticeable regular stutter after each display mode (e.g. resolution) change. This stutter is easily noticeable in any browser, when using smooth scrolling or watching a YouTube video. It's also happening in pretty much any game running on any API. Restarting Windows fixes the stutter but it's a bit too heavy of a fix. Will probably downgrade to 388.xx till the next release.

    Stutter looks like this (see frametime graph):

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    Two hitches followed by a longer pause and then two hitches again. It repeats until the OS is rebooted.
     
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  16. X7007

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    Nvidia drivers are just getting worse and worse. and windows Wddm 2.3 doesn't help
     
  17. Flakman

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    @dr_rus Which of the 388.xx drivers did you revert to?

    Thank you.
     
  18. Flakman

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    Well this driver has been ugly "Clean install with DDU". I now have stutters and pauses in games. I also have stutters in game menus, and the most irritating thing has been on system shut down I get the message that Nvfbcpluginwindow is still running and needs to close before windows 10 can shut down. I takes about 90 sec for it to close.

    Rolled back to 388.xx drivers and stutters/hangs are gone. but the Nvfbcpluginwindow message is still there on shut down.
     
  19. ocsystem

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    windows 10 is causing this. try win8 you will be sorted
     
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    Why is Geforce Experience not installed on Win 8.1? *sigh*
     

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