Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Krzyslaw, Aug 1, 2019.
lol i know beacuse i downloaded this driver from nvidia
While 435.27 fixed The Devision 2 DX12 crashes totally for me, this driver makes the game crash every <5 minutes.
It's a shame as the game felt more fluent with this new driver. DX11 is no option either as fps are much lower.
Had to roll back to 435.27 :-(
435 doesn't fix the crashes, it just never had them in the first place being forked earlier on a 41x base.
Yeah same here some problems are hard to trace back to the OS that is running tho so people blame it on the driver ez
no, there are faults in this driver
At this rate, by the time it gets released officially it'll be 435.358
That's one guys random report. I think he has a system issue given all the other MAJOR graphical glitches his image showed.
i trust this guy to make good bug reports, lol.
i suppose i could install the set and verify, i have the games he listed, but since it looks like colour compression bugs, i'd need to put a maxwell or later in that system.
I would assume a 20H1 Win10 insider driver but if it's distributed outside the Insider and Windows Update source it could have other things in it, hard to say until there's some info on what the branch jump entails and what is merged in from earlier drivers and what is missing although from the reports in this thread there's some info at least.
Pre-release so I would say pre-beta or possibly earlier and expect issues compared to even some other leaked drivers though I am curious what NVIDIA might be working on but without documentation or NVIDIA staff posting on what the driver actually includes or what it's for that's probably going to be very limited and who knows when the 435.xx drivers might be ready for a general release compared to the current 431.xx ones.
Probably fun to use and test for those interested in that but for general use I would probably be using the latest stable or hotfix drivers for stability and to minimize any bugs or unexpected behavior although if it's available to the public without major hoops it's probably also not completely experimental either.
EDIT: But yeah until there's some official info on 435 it's going to remain unknown what these really do and contain although some bits can probably be gleaned or checked via various tools or such.
its an optix development driver.
Literally said right here
"OptiX SDK 6.5 and 7.0 require NVIDIA Driver 435 to be installed on the developement system. The OptiX runtime is included with the driver and therefore require this new version to function."
Every Release is now certified, so you can install it the normal way on Win10.
even beta drivers have to be signed now.
Pre Release Driver, read the first post. How they can release different test Drivers through Windows Update? Vulkan test Drivers are also released seperaretly.
it beta for Optix
its possible oficialy downoaded from NV if you registered in dev
as i say before its supose more Studio Driver than GAme Ready
i try this because i curious about
for normal use i dont recomended this driver , but i am nobody
Which Windows version was it, 1903?
I'll stick with 435.27 driver, I like that improved latency setting.
Other games work ok too, tested a bunch now.
The only issues so far were
-daying light DSR glitch, renders at downsampled resolution but doesn't scale properly.
-mortal kombat 11 dsr doesn't work at all, doesn't display it ingame
-also occasional black square flash, saw it one time in character selection menu, when it switched to 3d render and only by Sonya so far.
It's idle latency is a bit so so balanced power plan (seen it 1200us idle desktop just winamp open), but it doesn't go too crazy or caused sound issues like earlier 1903 releases.
Yes. I already had it patched with .264+ update when I tested the difference, default perf. vs lowest possible.