GeForce Game Ready Driver 358.91 WHQL

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by maur0, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Titan Black SLI, Windows 10 TH2] When a game is launched with in-game settings preset set to Ultra, it crashes with the operating system warning Close the programs to prevent information loss
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    NVIDIA recommends that this configuration be used with at least 12 GB of system memory.
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    Wonder if that's something with the memory management changes in the new version of Win10?
    (That seems to be only triggered if you have a lot of VRAM.)
     
  2. EL1TE

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    Glad to hear, still this should be set by default in the SLI profile.

    I'll wait a few more days before purchasing the game, FO3 was amazing but the frustration i got due to random crashes that made me do the same thing over and over made me cautious about Bethesda games, well even the first game i bought them had them (Morrowind).

    I'm reading the game forums on Steam, i suppose i'l wait for a few patches and proper SLI profile, also why isn't there a discounted bundle with the season pass, sigh. :bang:
     
  3. ShadowDuke

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    ..you serious..!? You revert back cos you lost TWENTY FIVE points in 3DMark? Wow.. :stewpid:
     
  4. petervandamned

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    good to see quickly new drivers here
     

  5. Robbo9999

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    The problem is that if every new driver keeps losing 25pts, then you end up with a pretty big decrease in performance. I think it's wise to keep track of performance scores (both gaming & synthetic) for different drivers - that way you can be sure you're not using a driver that is sacrificing performance. In fairness to NVidia, they don't normally create drivers which have significantly lower performance from one driver to the next, but worthwhile keeping track nonetheless!
     
  6. dr_rus

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    3DMark performance means nothing for general games performance.
     
  7. dreamlord

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    they don't show up on geforce.com.
     
  8. fagoatse

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    yep, much better IQ with these drivers.
     
  9. Asgardi

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  10. cookieboyeli

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    LOL every time! :roll:
     

  11. Glottiz

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    ever since 358.87 drivers, my idle temps increased by about 10C which is caused by increased power usage at idle from 8% to 14%. if i revert back to 358.50 everything is back to normal. my card is MSI GAMING 6G 980Ti and OS is windows7 if it makes any difference. anyone else have this?

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  12. Robbo9999

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    Hence why I also said "game benchmarks" in my post. However, I have noticed when NVidia releases drivers with 'general' peformance improvements (they don't come along very often!), then those performance improvements are also seen in 3DMark - so 3DMark is not useless in my eyes.
     
  13. And what? Mr 970 over smoked :puke2:

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  14. PurSpyk!!

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    Nice a Fallout 4 game ready driver, and no Sli profile for the game. The profile is in the drivers, but there are no sli flags set.
     
  15. jim2point0

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    Wat? Did you run it more than once? That is way less than my normal amount of fluctuation from one run to the next. It's such a small amount....

    Do you run the benchmark a few times after reverting as well?

    I just... this post.... confuses me.
     

  16. WhiskeyOmega

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    Ive had a go with a few SLI flags but the best ive got is a good 20fps boost 70% each gpu but the faces flicker. I can't find specific fallout 4 sli flags in the SLI Compatibly bits
     
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    k-lite codec pack is still buggy with Nvidia cuvid
     
  18. squalles

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    normal here in mine zotac gtx 670 amp edition... idle is always 35/37c
     
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    Have fixed the problem?

    Have fixed the problem?

    Nvidia looking into problem high IDLE power usage vs high refreshrate
     
  20. signex

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    I went from 70+ fps in Fallout 4 to 40-62fps jumps all over the place.

    Could very well be my tweak though, uGridsToLoads=5 > 7 i'll revert that back and see if that was causing it.

    If not it's the drivers.
     

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