Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Galdere, Sep 14, 2010.
i think this game use cpu more and there no aa
i dont know how add a.anl. x16 to games
upgrate your psu first...
Yosef, you should learn to use multiquote...
he needed to boost his post count lol
whats a power supluy?
Judging from he's spelling i'm guessing he's just facerolling over he's keyboard to spell out random stuff.
Yeah, I've noticed that these drivers are slower in Dragon Age compared to the 259.32 drivers I was on previously.
The 259.32 are the fastest drivers on my rig so far, so try those.. The 260xx drivers still need some performance tweaks before they're up to snuff.
Hopefully another release will be available soon..
Yeah! Thanx a lot! Very professional diagnosis! Even without knowlege about error reports, my hardware or anything else that might have to do with it!
Great job! :nerd::nerd::nerd:
Ehhh... and NO! My PSU's got nothing to do with it!
Cheers and bye!
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EDIT: I better put something constructive as well I guess..@Bigtime: Everest & Nvidia Inspector show GPU usage, I know you prob don't care but there you go...
lol might be nothing wrong with these drivers for me afterall....
1 hdd started acting weird either its die'ng or cable got damaged so i replaced cable for now.
hoping this was also the cause off call of duty modern warfare 2 locking up ^^
This forum is world wide web, means that many members use English as their second or third language.
Also this is not some writers society, so spelling errors or sentence composition shouldn't be attacked as many of you like to do.
Back to topic, 500W PSU should be enough for RocMarcs hardware configuration.
I suspect registry errors (conflicting keys). Reinstalling chipset drivers, DX libraries and video driver might solve occasional blue screen problem.
His spelling wasn't really the issue..
That's an incredible diagnosis considering you don't even know which stop errors he's getting. Very impressive.
Thanks but plain logic point that after BIOS passed, next is OS - devices listing and drivers load.
Occasional errors point that registry sometimes can not "override" conflicting key.
Yeah I agree, but you still need the stop code otherwise you may as well reinstall the OS...could be anything...
It'd be easy to work out if it's driver related just boot into safe mode.
Sure but my guess was based on quite limited info. (I like to shoot from the hip)
I do not know how much specific member know, but I expect at least basic level of troubleshooting.
Yeah I hear ya
The reason he mentioned it is because your PSU must be right on the line with a CPU OC of 3.2 from factory 2.6 and the minimum Required PSU wattage for your 275 being 550 watts
http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=896-P3-1170-AR&family=GeForce 200 Series Family
with a 12V rail of 40Amp,and your PSU only putting out 500Watts
+3.3V@28A, +5V@30A, +12V1@22A, +12V2@22A, -12V@0.6A, +5VSB@3A
You might be pushing that PSU to much(considering possible PSU degradation) and it might be adding to your problem. Just saying he does have a possible point