Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Dec 10, 2019.
I know Weird, isnt'it? Must be the whole driver package with its tweaks done right.
What issues !!!
From what i've seen reported:
Refresh rates missing
Vsync settings missing
Low Latency reverted to Pre-rendered Frames
PhysX panel missing
Gsync settings missing
Cases of it not working period.
Never had any of those issues using the DCH drivers.
I will have to rollback but not for 3fps because it's destroying my files..since I switched to this I keep getting blue screens like 5 a day I removed all overclocks etc..doesn't change
driver problem blue screen and now it's corrupting my os drive...great
thanks for DDU
what realtek driver is installed?
6.0.8750.1 can it be related ?
I think the drivers just made apparent an unstability I already had...oh well not going to bother, my TRX40 motherboard should arrive this week or next week and then I'll start with a brand new win10 install
its possible, the 184.108.40.20646 driver from asus made made someone elses system crash with 44x drivers.
Neither have i, DCH drivers all be fine for me.
Could try rolling back to the drivers you had on before, or just reconnecting your Onkyo, see if Windows re-picks it up.
realtek driver cause alot bad thing, I still remember have nothing but 5 years worth system hardlocks do Realtek driver when ever HW acceleration in anything in conjunction with Audio stuff like Chat servers running.
5 years down the road and 6 realtek drivers later the issue was fixed. and people where swearing up and down to that the issue lay with the nvidia drivers. nvidia drivers had nothing to do issue. Cause I could use any nvidia driver and still have the issue and soon as realtek drivers were taking out equation(uninstalled) no more hard locks, atlest till they managed to fix there drivers.
From that day forwards I refused to change and or update audio drivers from realtek I still use those same Realtek drivers to this day, just modified with Live DTS and DD enabled.
all good here
Did you get this working properly? I have a similar setup with a DENON AVR to a 7.1 setup. I ended up using the iGPU HDMI output for audio only as when I connected anything to the HDMI output on my 1080Ti, borderless windowed G Sync would not work. Windows detects the 'ghost screen' on the AVR if I set the desktop display mode to Extend.
1080Ti DP --> G Sync Monitor
Intel iGPU HDMI --> DENON AVR (no monitor attached)
Both G Sync and audio work fine.
I'm not sure why anyone would see any difference. The DCH control panel is identical to the one with the Game Ready and Studio Driver down to the crap UI scaling. I've used both and there's zero difference.
What you're listing as 'DCH' specific issues read more like generic install issues.
You have other problems if you're getting blue screens and corrupt files. Maybe check your PSU.
there are a number of cases where the store is serving people older DCH cpls, cases where specific language sets don't have the full set of settings / not on par with the english pack (and using the language setting reg trick may not work with the dch cpl) and a few other things that just go wrong with having a cpl updated seperately from driver.
anyone remember that guy who was adamant nvidia's driver was deleting his C drive?
Wait Nvidia own DCH drivers dont even come with control panel? and one has to use MS store to have honor of having a nvidia control panel?
If that is true that reason enough for me to never use DCH drivers cause I will never use the MS store I haven't used it to download anything since I started using windows 10 and I wont start now. Now if Nvidia drivers that are500+at this point actual have CP in it that ok, but if dont I will remain using standard right up to point Nvidia no longer released standard drivers.
I am not gona be forced in using MS store to get Control panel that should be included with the drivers. if that ever happens I will use Nvidia profile inspector only.
NVM apparnt MS requires the control panel to go threw there store?? what kind bs is that? and after reading this https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/nvidia-control-panel/9nf8h0h7wmlt?rtc=1&activetab=pivot:reviewstab
There will be no way in hell I never install DCH drivers unless Nvidia is allowed to include the control panel to there OWN drovers in there OWN installer
I think some of this was due to MS pushing an older driver version through WSUS. I've been on DCH for a long time but was pushed 432.00 on 12/11, which was one day after I installed 441.66. I only noticed because I went into NVCPL system information for something and saw I had an older driver installed for no apparent reason.
Don't tell me you actually trust those reviews?
I switched to DCH on purpose a few days ago with DDU so that Nvidia would screw something with the forced DCH upgrade.
Zero issues, control panel was installed automatically after the main driver package.
How did you get NVCP, from the MS store?
If DCH drivers don't come with CP windows update should provide it, the last way would be to MS store.
I could imagine times were you update drivers but you're on an older version of CP.
Also note, you should not have to use DDU to install drivers. I never have.
windows update is not a qualified provider for DCHA support applications.