GeForce/ION Driver v267.46 BETA

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Igoruha, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. Infinity7_00

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    I am not eager to uninstall the 270.32's to test these. I like em too much. Maybe I'll get around to it later. Dunno.
     
  2. bliss007

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    Install over the top then you can roll back from device manager !
     
  3. TheHunter

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    hm maybe im gonna try these later,

    well i always returned to 263.15tesla (r260_27-168) and really these are one of the best drivers from all 26x.xx, except for scaling bug - it stays caped to my monitors build-in scaling, but yea that doesn't bother me i use this option by default :nerd:
     
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    Where is it that you see the r260_27-168?
     

  5. abeztoz

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    great drivers
     
  6. TheHunter

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    with nv inspector

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  7. HaZe303

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    Crysis 2 MP Hardcore mode.

    This is with my 5870, it doesnt show the fps counter but you can see that its running just fine on 60fps with vsync. Im playing with a controller because its on my HTPC that im playing. Its hardcore mode, why does nvidia has such huge issues with the game then? Cmon nVidia.

    Uploading gameplay from DA2 now, will show you guys soon how good it runs on my pc with "less" power.
     
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  8. Infinity7_00

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    Bioware QA dept presumably said the game was good to go for NVidia cards. Come on Bioware!
     
  9. HaZe303

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    Here is Dragon Age 2 with my hd5870, all settings at max, dx11 very high, extra stuff enabled, 4xAA 8xAF, res@1360x768(hdtv). Running at very good frames, why doesnt my nvidia card have even close to this performance?

    Dragon AGe 2
     
  10. Han2K

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    Its just lack of support from Bioware. They priorized X360 version (Ati gpu). They are partners and both Canadians. Anyway, Bioware said they are working a fix for nvidia cards and told us "to stay dx9 for the moment". :3eyes:
     

  11. Redemption80

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    I wouldn't recommend this, Nvidia have been advising recently that rolling back doesn't remove the old ones properly.

    Tried these out, and performance seems good with Crysis 2 MP, rarely goes under 50fps, Bulletstorm performance feels better too.

    A shame these don't fix the Dragon Age 2 issues, but it is a AMD sponsored game, rather than any sort of Xbox or Canadian loyalty, as AMD aren't Canadian.
     
  12. bliss007

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    Nvidia have told peeps to install over the top for YEARS (think after Detonators, but could have included them) but to disable AV during install !

    And Nvidia again since this new installer type of driver have told peeps to install over the top, no clue if you still disable AV as it does not state.

    I go with Nvidia's advise TBH!
     
  13. Redemption80

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    It is Nvidia's advice, its something i recently spotted in the release notes.

    http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/266.58/266.58_Win7_WinVista_Desktop_Release_Notes.pdf
    Page 29

    I don't know if something has changed, and its something i've done in the past with no issues, just thought its something people should know in case they run into a problem.
     
  14. bliss007

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    Me too that is new to me and may be down to some bug but I have a Sony FW900 CRT and I need to set a lot of stuff up inc custom RES+HZ since XP as way Windows works and MS botched up the good way it worked in Win 9x.

    I can not be bothered to do all that to find the new driver is bad then have to totally redo an older driver so "Roll Back" saves my ass.
     
  15. HaZe303

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    It was a rhetorical question. But thx anyways. ;)
     

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    yey hope better iq and fps in crysis 2 MP demo, even on my ageing card :banana:
     
  17. Saifz

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    went back to 270.05 these drivers r stuttery and shows a ton of artifacts in moh
     
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    great driver for me :) i will stay on this for now
     
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    This driver stutter as hell in Battleforge (as all 266 and 267 series). Went back to 270.32.
     
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    I find what is happening is that for some reason the drivers are switching back to P2 and P1 clock rates instead of P3 ( P3 max clocks, P2 405MHzcore 810MHz shader 2000MHz memory and P1 405MHz core 810MHz shader 324MHz memory) during heavy loads. I run afterburner with the OSD showing the clocks and I have found this happening in Dragon Age 2, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit and the Crysis 2 demo. I went into Nvidia Inspector and ran custom clocks for all but P0 power savings settings and the in-game performance went from 20fps to 60fps (vsync on) on High DX11 mode. Nvidia really needs to address this issue. BTW I am running 2 GTX480's in SLI. I don't know if this had already been discussed but try NVIDIA Inspector and see if that helps. They even let you customize clock settings in a little desktop shortcut so it's quite convenient.
     

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