Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Alberto_It, Mar 3, 2022.
Is the horse dead yet?
I wouldn't bet on it.
there just came music into my head...
Just beat it (beat it), beat it (beat it)
Open up your mouth and re-heat it!
This is just getting redonkulous.
What's the expiration date for them current drivers anyway? I smell somethin fishy here, wait it's my card
this lag that is dwm is actually a cpu mining thing, they need to mine a little longer it seems. xD
That strange moment when your audio card is getting more driver uptdates than your videocard...
Its only been a month.
it's a race to see if we get a new GeForce driver or the AMD fTPM bios fix first
Hey when are we getting a new driver from nvidia?
On rtx 4000 series release date
I'm from the time we had leaked nVidia drivers for our TnT 2 cards twice a week, sometimes even more....
Oh I miss those days...
I don't miss the TnT cards
Is the longest time nvidia took to release the new drivers? No hotfix driver every few days feels strange.
Actually I'd be happier if they released a driver every month or so, rather than an official release plus multiple hotfixes. Rushing doesn't bring anything good.
Drivers, the dreaded drug, never enough, never fast enough, more more more
You Sir are an evil cat...
An I know what I am talking about. I have three cats and one horse (not dead)
We will probably get a mess of drivers back to back; exclusive 3090 ti driver followed by driver for the masses, then hot fix driver, then fairway driver, student driver, Minnie Driver……
And then the whingers can whinge some more
Probably nVidia has to restructure Access rights, they have to define hard cuts inside of the Network Structure, and they needed to find the weak spots (how was the attack possible? how can our network be hardened?). There are even a lot worse things thinkable which I don't want to mention. All this is A LOT of pretty hard and boring work. And this also means that your deployment ways won't work as before. So in the first few months everything is slowed down. The deployment to QS, the Testing, the communication, the identification routines - I guess pretty much everything and every process is different then it was before.
So a delay of about a month is quite nothing. And even if a driver release was ready, it didn't make much sense as far as we know there will be a 3090 TI which needs drivers, too. So they better hold back everything, do some more testing and get a driver out that adresses the 3090 TI also. That is what I would do and I guess that is what nVidia will do.
So please stay calm, get them their things sorted and wait a few more days or weeks (whenever the release of a 3090 TI will be). This is no big issue. I mean we haven't a situation where our GPUs aren't working or something. And be realistic, there won't be a wonder driver that speeds up your Hardware about 20%. So there is absolutly no need to hurry.