Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by powerspec, Aug 3, 2009.
EVGA Precision and Speedfan
but it fixed itself after a 2nd restart
I see so many reports of more fps with this beta driver, but I guess that's because of lack of physx driver (and consequently, physx support in games).
A vga in a game without physx doesn't have to renderize bullets, decals and bananas flying. This explains more points in 3dMark Vantage.
Or I am wrong?
Try restart your PC.
can you reupload it to megaupload or rapidshare?
Anyone tried alt tabbing with World of Wacraft with these ? Does it take 20 sec to get back in to the game after tabbing out ? or did they finaly manage to fix it
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What do most people here use for reading GPU temps anyway, i've tryed Nvidia system tools, EVGA Precision and RivaTuner, and Riva reports my card as being 10c lower than the other two say.
Arraso, not sure that would be the case, as alot of people do what i do, and either leave PhysX as it is, or re-install it seperately when using beta drivers without it.
profils for 3d vision?
profiles for 3d vision? o
config for sli and 3dvision?
donwload and test
Seems like clocking down with RT works with this set.
Cause now fps is slightly lower and temperatures are a lot lower then what I had with any previous set of 18x 19x drivers.
As example gave 186.18 me temps from 60-72C while playing w. cards set too 450/1600
This set dumps it down 50-60C with the same speeds set.
Why I downclock?
Cause there is no need to run the cards at max if they can can provide 60fps at lower speeds in a game.
Umm i think u are .. Vantage scores higher with physx enabled gpu's .. and most games wont notice the performance drop if physx is enabled at driver level unless the game uses physx itself ..
Also drivers do come every now and then with really good performance boost ...
i have a suggestion.
instead of reading so many pages to figure out whether or not to give it a try..why dont we come out with a poll when posting these threads and keep it simple to
1- good drivers
2- no difference
or on a scale 1-5 whether to recommend them or not and then ppl can look at that get a good gist of it without reading all these pages and also unnecessary comments.
I suggested something similar with the 190.38 driver post krazyq, so yeah i think its a good idea
Though i try every driver anyway, can't help it lol.
I was more wanting to know what the average % would be, people with no problems are less likely to post than ones who are having problems, but they are more likely to use the poll though.
I use Everest.
I have a question for those who claim 190.56 gives higher frame rate or that are overall better than 190.38 / 190.40 -
How do those drivers compare to 182.50 in your cases - better ? worse ?
What an great ideea.
No problem with this driver all work great on win 7 64bit.Games tested gta4,grid,crysis all runs good.
My fallout 3 is still broken on the 190.xx drivers, including this one. Sort of sucks...
tbh 182.50 ggave me lower fps in some games. It all depends on ure hardware.
thanks, we shud start with the next drivers that get released...shouldn't be too long now!
thanks, should start doing that with the poll so it sticks in the front page
1,2 & 3 aren't enough.
I'd go for about a 2.5 here, seems fine for gaming (Left4Dead, KillingFloor, UT3, TF2) and I don't pay a ton of attention to FPS in any of the games I play right now as none typically get under 100FS in normal gameplay with settings maxed out (ie, I am more interested in a smooth experience at my chosen settings).
I am noticing in general usage some applications are not redrawing properly when given focus again (brought to the 'foreground'). 2D screenbuffer problem perhaps? OpenGL 3.2 demos are fun to run though...
I'll probably stick with these until something newer comes out unless I experience lockups.