Nvidia 435.80 pre-release driver

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Krzyslaw, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. Chastity

    Chastity Ancient Guru

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    I'll try it in the morning with my laptop and see if the temps get nutsy.
     
  2. AQUILES

    AQUILES Master Guru

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    I've been testing them for a while and so far I haven't noticed anything strange with the temperatures, both CPU and cards.
    I also take this opportunity to comment that I have not been affected latencies while playing, although I have only tried GoW4.
     
  3. endbase

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    Also not having this on my system temp are normal I'm on RTX fyi
     
  4. Mico

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    On my poor old i7 4770 rolling back to 431.60 made a huge difference. On this driver temps were hovering over 70 even under low cpu usage. Now they are back to normal values (50c idle, 64-66 under normal load, 70-74 under full load). Possibly an issue with my config.
     

  5. endbase

    endbase Master Guru

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    Here on idle

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  6. big ROBOT bill

    big ROBOT bill Ancient Guru

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    These seem great for me in BFV so far and there are new options in the panel, there's a DSR Factors option
     
  7. -Tj-

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    Dsr factor and smoothing has been in driver for years now :)

    With fast sync.

    900 series "is incompatible" with free sync.
     
  8. fr3quency

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    If you are asking this then this driver is not for you. Do not install it.
     
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  9. EdKiefer

    EdKiefer Ancient Guru

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    Really? I would have thought if it supports G sync it would support free sync now(compatible G-sync or whatever that is called).
     
  10. Passus

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    No temp increases here but FIFA 19 froze after 2 pro clubs games

    never seen that before
     

  11. Chastity

    Chastity Ancient Guru

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    He's commenting that Maxwell didn't get the GSync Compatible love.
     
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  12. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    Yes, this is a WHQL driver.
     
  13. zbaic

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    any perf increases anywhere?
     
  14. BoxChevy

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    These are by far the best drivers I have had to date on my strix 1080ti. My 3 biggest games that I play AC ody, squad, and insurgency sandstorm are hit and miss big time when it comes to frametimes. These drivers with windows 18362.267 are butter smooth. I dont know if I have higher framerates as I game mostly at 1440p 60hz so with vsync a 1080ti has no problemo here but the frametimes are great which is alot more important to me. Im finally enjoying my new 3600 and tridentZ at 3800cl16 with zero issues. It took awhile but windows and nvidia are finally getting back to great performance.
     
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  15. Ohmer

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    Cleaned STD driver first, then DDU, and can confirm all is silky smooth so far with limited testing. Win 10 VRR setting works as it did with 435.27 on my setup. Temps, idling, under load etc. everything looks perfectly normal.

    As far as I can see no change in performance, but wasn't really expecting any. Thumbs up. (2700X / 1080Ti / 1903_18362.267 / FreeSync UW)

    edit: Thanks @endbase for the upload. :)
     
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  16. fr3quency

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    I uninstalled my previous drivers using DDU and installed the new ones. The temps are normal. But I do not have Variable Refresh Rate, it's strange. I am running a GTX 1660.
    My monitor has freesync but I haven't enabled it and I am connected through HDMI. I don't know what HDMI cable I use tbh.

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  17. big ROBOT bill

    big ROBOT bill Ancient Guru

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    I haven't noticed this setting before
    DSR settings
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  18. Mico

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    Your comments made me beat my lazyness and after months i made a win clean install.
    All fine with temps now and the driver is awesome! Silky smooth with all of my games (like @BostChevy i use 60hz vsync so frametimes are quite important to me).
    Thanks all for giving a shake to my lazy ass :p
     
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  19. Ohmer

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    I'm pretty sure that NVidia VRR on Freesync monitors requires DisplayPort 1.2 or higher. HDMI is unsupported unfortunately. Your GPU is supported and has DP, so check your monitor inputs. You may just need to get a new cable, and then enable it on the monitor to try it out.
     
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  20. AsiJu

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    Yes GSync Compatible works only with DisplayPort, not HDMI.

    So @fr3quency you must use DisplayPort for VRR or Gsync.
     
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