Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by HARDRESET, Aug 30, 2019.
Anybody test this driver with SLI? The two previous drivers (the new official ones with low-latency and the sharpen freestyle filter) broke my SLI performance on Witcher 3 and Shadow of War
ahh no way to tell which driver version fixes got carried over so no idea if its worth to install..
Broken HDR and broken G-Sync
can you install this on normal build or this is just for 20H1?, asking because i'm so confortable with current drivers that kinda lazy to reinstall again if something goes wrong with this one.
i installed on win 10 v1903. BFV runs great.
It was a big jump in numbers. That doesnt mean its for a beter i wil test this ones. Thanks for the driver.
Damn i dont find an inf to my gt mx 110 2 gb ddr5. I wil pass this ones.
And this one is full of unremovable telemetry isn't it?
Ups i didnt resist lost 3fps in ac odyssie. But they perform very well under vulkan if some of you want more vulkan performance then this drivers are very good. Tested on gtx 1060. And sorry for my bad english.
Few hundred points higher with 440.23
440.23 best driver so far vs the 300 series for me.
Yes i was abit afraid of instal these over 390.45 that i had couse of assassin creed. I was at 58 on avarage now i have 55. Shadow of tomb raider also 55 fps on high. Now where they shine its on vulkan games. I played wolfnestein 2,rage 2,doom 2016. And smooth stable fps. Keepers for now. And thanks for the driver. And my bad english.
BFV performance is up again here, it's a big boost Using these as they came on 18970, on a fresh install with only MS's device drivers (it feels weird, but wtf it's working?!).
the performance is good but i'm misssing the image sharpening feature.
Did I miss something?
What previous versions has that option been in?
Install the latest verison of GFE if you want the sharpening.
I have it but it doesn't appear.
I'm testing. Works on Windows 10 1903.
Works on Windows 10 LTSC 1809 too. HDMI audio needs manual install via old school "have disk"
Alt-F3, assuming you installed GFE.