Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by peppercute, Feb 26, 2018.
I have MPC-HC (64-bit) 1.7.15 and the newest lav/madvr. CUVID. Win 10...everything is fine.
I'm using Potplayer and I also noticed with this driver that launching a video takes a wee bit too long. Reversed back to 390.77 and everything's fine.
I think that the issue is only with EVR, those using madvr are fine.
Any VLC users having issues?
I had terrible shadow flickers and FPS drops with 390.77 in Homefront Revolution, i suppose that nobody plays that mess of a game anymore, to check that?
KCD seems to be running better than with 390.77. Less stutters, overall smoother experience.
Also seems shadows retain their quality now, previous 390.77 and 388.31 gave sometimes very rough character shadows.
Haven't tested anything else though.
This driver is excellent for AC Origins. Smoothest driver by far I've ever tried for this game.
Was really hoping for a proper kingdom come deliverance sli profile
Yeah it's weird it's still missing. KCD supports SLI and it can be enabled manually.
Can confirm the micro freeze when starting a vid with MPC-HC using EVR CP.
Works fine using madvr/haali for example.
smooth drivers, runs fine with vlc too, as per a users issue.
Seem to work fine just like all the other drivers.
Hard lock with display signal loss after starting The Division benchmark in DX12+Gameworks. Pretty awful driver so far.
GPU Boost doesn't seem to be working well for me.
All benchmarks are fine so far so at least there's no performance loss.
Stuttering when monitoring power is still a thing... Back to 388.
"Booting from a cold boot results in black screen on a multi-monitor system. "
cant agree on this, this problem still happens for me.
I got an hdmi monitor + display port monitor + dvi monitor and now i cant recognize the dvi monitor - wtf?
Strange thing is installer of this bundle have not found previously installed driver (which was 390.65).
May be Windows 10 silently updated from 390.65 to 390.77, I have not check the version before installing this new one.