GeForce Graphics Drivers 441.66 WHQL - Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. Mufflore

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    A new breed of alien not often seen on earth because they mostly live in stars and need compression suits to leave.
    Apparently the suits are rather expensive, about 1/2 a moon each.
     
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    Eh, just needed to restart after that Rockstar launcher DL. No idea why they don't just restart me themselves after an issue installing.
     
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    Went back to 41. as these give me weird textures in some games - ring of elysium, warthunder. 1060 gtx here.
     
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    I have a crash in RDR2 with these drivers and the previous one i didn't have with the 430.86. Its reproductible on two differents PC, one with a 2080ti and the other one with a 1080ti.
    It happens only :
    - in DX12 only (i cannot use Vulkan, gave me a lot of stuttering)
    - at night only
    - in St-Louis, just in front of the saloon (the doyle bar)
    - especially when a tram is driving in the street
    It gave me artifcats and and the game crash with the "GFX_State_Error". It's the only place i have this problem.
     

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    diagnose your stuttering and fix it, dx12 is the bastard child that gets no support.
     
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    i went back to .41, this version causes black screen and system hanged.
     
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    Same here..
     
  8. bernek

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    I had similar issues with some kind of stuttering (it was actually very visible like image was moving a few centimeters in the wrong direction and had some black block flashing rapidly).
    The fix was a fresh install of Windows for me sadly.

    It was partially fixed disabling GPU scalling and GSYNC and/or changing resolution in game. Once playing with all these settings (including turning Vsync on/off in game) I managed to make it go away but it returned after few restarts (of system). So I completly reinstalled the OS and they were gone.
     
  9. -Tj-

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    Speaking of black flashes while streaming, e.g. Forza4

    Destiny2 has it similar, seeing it since I bought it a good year ago.

    by each new section of the map it micro stutters and sometimes blinks black for a split second. The game is on fast SSD so streaming shouldn't be a problem. When it moved to Steam it ran ok for the first and second time, then it returned and it's like that since then.. Some drivers have it less then others, but it's not completely fixed by any of them.
     
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    Suddenly stuttering returned and I made it go away in a silly manner but worked. Disabled GPU scaling completely and used Display Scaling ... I think these issues are tied to gsync/scaling and sorts. If in a game I switch resolutions around and I enable disable gsync/vsync sometimes it fixes it. Either way disabling GPU scaling completely fixed the issue so far.
     

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    I see, well i dont use freesync, just driver fastsync and lowlatency -on.

    edit:
    I just checked and it's already set to display scaling. I don't use driver downsamping it's a bit buggy in this game, only internal at 130%.



    Maybe i need to try the opposite? lol :D I will do that now..

    edit: nah no difference for me..
     
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  12. PurSpyk!!

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    If I enable the new Image sharpening option globally, how do I prevent it from being used on the desktop and non gaming applications, or do I have to enable it manually for each game?
     
  13. EdKiefer

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    I never noticed any change on the desktop, but you can configure any program to be disabled in the program tab.
    I guess you would need to add explorer.exe to list and disable it if sharping was effected there.
     
  14. PurSpyk!!

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    Odd if I have sharpening enabled, it even affects my Windows 10 logon screen.
     
  15. kx11

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    so a new driver should be out shortly ?
     

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    Yeah, it's better to use it on a per-game basis rather than global.
    Not sure why you'd want it on global anyway, other than to have a custom GPU scaling but reading news about the upcoming CES drivers that won't be necessary anymore, since GPU scaling for sharpening will be a separate option not tied to the global sharpening setting.
     
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    The next official driver is Nvidia. This week this driver will be 445 or not?
     
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    it'll be 442.lolwhoknows.
     
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    it'll be 446 driver.
     

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