Geforce Game Ready Driver 441.12 - Download and Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Tadeo, Nov 4, 2019.

  1. Goutan

    Goutan Master Guru

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    I've noticed this too and it's awesome that I can finally stop running Rivatuner if this is a permanent addition. It just seems odd that it's 138 instead of 142.
     
  2. Astyanax

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    no they aren't, you're clearly one of the many unaware of the effect of the intel mitigations applied.
     
  3. jura11

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    I have disabled all Intel mitigation etc,I use GPUs for rendering not CPU

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
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  4. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    You cannot disable all the spectre migitations since spectre v3
     

  5. AuerX

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    This thread just used up a frack ton of of tinfoil.

    So far 441.12 is doing me well.
     
  6. jorimt

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    Because I think it's less of a directly intended FPS limit, and more a side effect of that combo's functionality.

    As I mentioned in my previous post, G-SYNC + Fast Sync did the exact same thing; both it and G-SYNC + V-SYNC + NULL "auto-cap" to 138 FPS @144Hz, but inexplicably, 224 FPS @240Hz, 59 FPS @60Hz, and so on.

    Why? I never figured that out. All I know is that with G-SYNC + Fast Sync, in my original tests, Fast Sync remained active at that upper limit (causing recurring stutter and more input lag over an in-game FPS limit), even with the "auto-cap," so I've never recommended it when using G-SYNC.

    As for any possible differences between it and "Ultra" in regards to the "auto-capping," I haven't tested it, so, again, I have no way of guaranteeing it's as effective as using an FPS limiter with G-SYNC for the direct purpose of avoiding V-SYNC input lag and staying within the G-SYNC range.

    Until more is tested on this from an input lag/performance standpoint (I hear Battle(non)sense has a video coming out soon), use it as a substitute for an FPS limiter at your own risk (as you or anyone else is obviously free to do).
     
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  7. vdelvec

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    441.12 is one of the best drivers for my 2080Ti, 1080Ti, Titan X (Pascal), and my TITAN RTX. No performance loss here AT ALL.
     
  8. -Tj-

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    lets see



    btw, sharpen and ignore film grain sharpen slider, about this ignore so I should use higher then?
    I used 0.30 and it looked less sharp then 0.20.

    I had to lower main sharpen to 0.05 by normal DSR not to get it oversharpen, if I also used low ignore sharpen, it would looks razor sharp with grain filtering.
     
  9. RavenMaster

    RavenMaster Maha Guru

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    This driver feels way more stable compared to 441.08. I haven't had a single crash yet and I gamed for 3 hours straight. Mouse cursor appears to have less of a ghosting effect too.
     
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  11. WillG

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    Still have some minor corruption with these (even after DDU fresh install
    Playing NBA 2K19 and , in game, when the camera flashes occur (really bright most of screen) there is a glitch in centre of screen - but the flashes are really quick themselves, and therefore, the corruption is quick too.
    It looked like some random characters and numbers in the centre of screen during camera flash - saw a '9' in there.
    Hopefully NVIDIA can sort this out. Don't want corruption occuring at all, especially during RDR2 playthrough. . .
     
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    Pity, means i can stay on my 431.60 as i still play gta every now and then but for rdr2 im waiting on the first sale.
    Hopy they fix this one day, or ill just stop playing gta.
     
  13. Minotaur

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    With the exact same version of Windows? Because if not, there have been many ups and downs with performance depending on the version. The latest 19013 fast track release is gold, not so much with past releases and that's including general public branch releases.
     
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  14. jura11

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    You are still keeping forgetting I use GPUs for rendering mate and I don't use CPU for rendering at all

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
  15. Dean_Demon

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    That's how it should be, anything else is just poor judgement.
     
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    This drivers is a must for BFV, no crashes, stable overclock without weird textures or artifacting, and nice FPS and framerate.
     
  17. dz07

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    Nope. 1060 6GB STRIX here with FX8320 @ 4.2ghz . Clean install to test this theory out. No gimping done by Nvidia. I TESTED the SAME environment , same movement, 3 runs per driver. Will test out the new 441.12 later too.

    I thought i could trust you. You failed me.

    Results
    /////////441.08 prerendered to Ultra (1) good experience ////////////////////////
    05-11-2019, 11:51:40 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 8889 frames rendered in 60.953 s
    Average framerate : 145.8 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 100.7 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 195.9 FPS
    1% low framerate : 88.4 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 77.6 FPS
    05-11-2019, 11:55:38 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 8810 frames rendered in 60.609 s
    Average framerate : 145.3 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 104.4 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 210.3 FPS
    1% low framerate : 93.8 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 84.6 FPS
    05-11-2019, 11:59:01 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 9000 frames rendered in 61.110 s
    Average framerate : 147.2 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 103.3 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 200.5 FPS
    1% low framerate : 94.5 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 76.4 FPS

    /////////398.36 Prerendered to 1 laggy stuttery mess ////////////////////////

    05-11-2019, 12:39:09 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 6482 frames rendered in 61.219 s
    Average framerate : 105.8 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 0.5 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 156.1 FPS
    1% low framerate : 0.5 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 0.5 FPS
    05-11-2019, 12:45:32 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 6949 frames rendered in 60.844 s
    Average framerate : 114.2 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 31.7 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 156.1 FPS
    1% low framerate : 1.5 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 1.5 FPS
    05-11-2019, 12:49:44 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 6897 frames rendered in 60.516 s
    Average framerate : 113.9 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 0.6 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 166.8 FPS
    1% low framerate : 0.6 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 0.6 FPS
    05-11-2019, 12:53:27 R5Apex.exe benchmark completed, 6649 frames rendered in 59.266 s
    Average framerate : 112.1 FPS
    Minimum framerate : 79.8 FPS
    Maximum framerate : 153.8 FPS
    1% low framerate : 78.9 FPS
    0.1% low framerate : 25.7 FPS
     
  18. sniperbr0

    sniperbr0 Maha Guru

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    Are you using Windows 7 and/or Gsync ?
     
  19. Outcasst

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    Crashing all over the place with these drivers in RDR2.

    Might be the GTA V bug or a problem with the game. Not sure yet.
     
  20. jbscotchman

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    These drivers don't show up on Geforce.com when I select a 1660ti. If I choose a 2000 model then they show up. Interesting.

    Edit: Nevermind, it's been updated now.
     

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