Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by skizzo, Jan 8, 2018.
AMD like to playing fishing rod games while NVIDIA is playing kite.
Green flickering bug is still present with DX12.... Tested it a few minutes ago..
Yeah just tested myself and they're still there...
Switched to borderless and the flicker is way less frequent, almost absent.
Can't say I'm surprised. Another boring driver that does nothing for performance. At least the security fix is in it.
These drivers do fix a long standing HDR issue (not turning off after movie playback) on win7x64 machines. Just a pity it took them so long to do it.
i got fps drops in BF1.. sandly
no performance degrading here but the same performance with this drivers like others drivers before. This drivers have maximum performance for most games cause there is no driver overhead. What security fix, for the intel and AMD cpu's en soc?
No perf. boost here either
Actually Unigine superposition lost 80-90points, FFXIV StormBlood lost 200-300points and RE6 bench lost 300-400 points. Its the only three things I tested so far..
Comparison please. Unless it's the game acting stupid which I'm pretty aware that it does perform bad for a lot of people.
AMD and their bloated driver code full of headroom for improvements... Makes sense doesn't it?
I don't think we can expect that to come from NVIDIA as much. Last time they claimed a performance increase was I think back 2015 - With the introduction of Shader Cache as a bonus.
Is the new folder necessary? I always delete all folders except "Display.Driver", "NVI2" and "PhysX" because I have no use for anything else packed with drivers.
Yay, videocards save the world from Spectre!
Getting proper support for that via drivers would be nice.
No, I deleted that as well, no issues.
Looks like extra stuff for telemetry crash reporting.
Yeah seems so. I deleted it as well and all's good.
it should solve by using nvidia colors instead of default, i had same issue in full screen even not in dx 12, and i solved like this
Why do they still insist of having the 3d vision drivers as default? Never install them but i never knew anyone that had had those 3d vision glasses either. (and they are outdated now anyway).
Test RE6 again. (With Fullscreen Optimizations disabled, test loses up to 300 points without it checked.)
Within the margin of error.
Those two tests were 6 months apart
Since these drivers should be optimized for fortnite, those people playing it may say if they got improvement or not
It would be nice if we can control gamma, contrast, digital vibrance, sharpness (?) with an NVIDIA in-game overlay similar to what AMD is offering. Right now I'm using 3rd party software to apply custom settings when the game is launched.