GeForce Hotfix Driver Version 451.85

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  1. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    They're ok in Destiny2.. as overall.. didnt play that blind well @ Dreaming city yet.

    But why oh why cant nv somehow enhance cache preloading so it preloads more and doesn't stream stutter by new parts of the level??


    Is bungie too conservative or nvidia driver? I see the game uses max 3GB vram..
     
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    COD and Destiny 2 perfectly smooth for me. I reinstalled windows for 2004. People need to realize sometimes you need to do this for major windows updates as they can introduce various problems. Besides the bluetooth issues on the valve index this has been the best gaming performance for windows in a long time.
     
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    Actually I'd like to know this too. I know nv driver stores its shader cache under... ProgramData?

    But as far as I know that's for DX11 only, DX12 and Vulkan games are different.
    IDK about OGL games.

    Also Steam has its own cache for OGL and optionally Vulkan?

    Who the frack knows anymore...
     
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    never had this weird issue before... Fresh format of win10 2004, installed this driver and using msi afterburner, I cant use the slider for increased power limit. Slider is completely shaded out. Install 451.48's and I can now increase power limit again.. WTF! Anyone else with this issue.
     

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    The issue is indeed Windows 10 build 2004. Theres a known issue confirmed by Microsoft with that build that causes the display drivers to randomly crash when under any stress. Thats where the stuttering happens. Rolling back to 1909 is their official suggestion to fix the issue for now. In terms of the stuttering caused by the driver on 1909, I havent been able to test 451.85 yet. But I hope it fixes it because CoD would freeze for a good second or two while playing.
     
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    [Shadow of the Tomb Raider][DirectX 12]: The game may crash when launched with Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling enabled.

    Still got this issue, then with DX11 I get poor frames, .48 were the same, although DX11 was better
     
  7. anxious_f0x

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    I think it’s just a Bungie thing honestly, even the Halo Master Chief Collection games have a bit of stutter when loading new areas on PC.

    It’s a problem with a lot of modern games, streaming is based on the expectation that a HDD is installed, so no matter the speed of the storage stutter occurs.

    Hopefully this all changes when the new consoles arrive.
     
  8. Archvile82

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    I still get random slow down where the game literally stalls for a few seconds then goes back to normal.

    I only saw it once after playing multiple games.

    I checked event viewer and noticed windows defender had been active around this time, the same before.

    Any ideas what might be going on ? It started doing this back in April and I only been using official release builds of windows 10
     
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    I'm having issues with CEMU saying that I don't have the correct vulkan extension... any ideas?
     
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    2080 S, W10 2004, V-Sync + G-Sync + HAGS + Game Mode enabled. No such issues, so yes, could be display specific.
     

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    Don't have COD or Destiny 2, but have to agree, gaming on WIN10 2004 has been the best since 1607 Anni Update.
     
  12. Astyanax

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    its only present in the vulkan branch until atleast september / 455.xx
     
  13. Astyanax

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    Nvidia has a DX cache in programdata\nvidia corporation\nv_cache
    an OGL cache in AppData\Local\NVIDIA\Glcache (games and chromium embedded can make this native to or in their own appdata location)
    Windows has a cache you can clear with diskcleanup in admin mode.
    Games have caches they maintain either in their own directory or in appdata or my documents (pcgamingwiki can help here)
    Pipeline caches for vulkan are usually stored where the game puts its settings and save data


    I get that stutter too and as far as i can tell its not shaders, its the world itself, bungie uses a weird chunk mechanism that they should pre-emptively begin streaming in before you cross into it.
     
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    Do I need to clear the driver cache from time to time? or with a fresh install? if necessary, could I clarify how to do it correctly?
     
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    the nv_cache and glcache is supposed to be self cleaning, and shaders made with a prior driver will not be used by a newer one.
     

  16. Astyanax

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    You installed a driver with msiab open, don't do this.

    There is no such known issue, it would be listed on the 20h1 dashboard if there were.

    Don't take things posted at MS Answers as credible information.

    stop looking at the driver, start looking at your computer.
     
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    no, i did not. Clearly a bug in this driver.
     
  18. Astyanax

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    You clearly did, there are no issues with this driver and msiab on anybody elses system but yours.
     
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    Have a similar issue if not the same one. Just seem to freeze split-second and then continues as normal, audio doesn’t break up either. With online games it doesn’t seem to cause any lag spike for re-syncing, it’s just the GPU that freezes for a moment.

    Tried AGESA ComboPiV2 1.0.0.2, newest chipset driver as well as this hotfix but it continues to show up at random.

    Maybe Microsoft reintroduced the standby ram bug, might have to test that. Reinstalling and going back to 1909 might not be a bad idea, 2004 can be a bit finicky for some setups it seems.
     
  20. Astyanax

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    Standby list?

    Does this appear in MSIAB/GPUZ graphs as a momentary 0% reading?

    is this with HAGS on with 2 monitors active?

    https://forms.gle/kJ9Bqcaicvjb82SdA
    https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/ans...e-log-for-gpuview-to-troubleshoot-performance

    if with hags
    File feedback at: https://aka.ms/submitgameperformancefeedback
     
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