Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Krzyslaw, Aug 1, 2019.
to use this or 435.27? I want the lag input reduction
Only 435.27 has that option. I'm using it now for over a month and I didn't notice any real issues with them @ win 19h1
turn off threaded optimization and set prerender frames to 1,
there, now you've got input lag reduction.
You will likely want the new driver.
Can you share more details?
EDIT: Nevermind I see your feedback.
Need more details for the other issues but as for the Forza Horizon 4 bug, we should have a fix in the next driver as we are currently in the process of testing the fix.
Only bug I had with these and the 435.27 was YouTube videos was stuttering like hell in fullscreen. Someone had the same problem and said to disable some settings in firefox config, but that made my cpu go grazy.
Has anyone else had this problem. I have G-Sync monitor btw.
In this new driver branch we are allowing the operating system to make variable refresh rate requests. Unfortunately the OS is calling for variable refresh rate for Firefox which leads to the stutter. We should have a workaround for the next driver.
Ok. Thanks for the fast reply. Currently using the latest Studio drivers and have no problems.
Had to abandon this driver, as it seems after the 18362.295 CU, my gaming became a stutter mess when moving the camera. Cleaned it out and installed 431.70, everything working as it should. Using DCH build.
Need more details.
Would setting the Fire Fox profile sync setting be a work around?
If you want to stick with this driver until the next driver is released, you can either use a different browser or if you wish to continue using Firefox, you may disable G-SYNC from the NVIDIA Control Panel.
And here on my new laptop from asus with the gt mx 110 2 ddr5. The mouse lag exiting a game its very bad and i got saints row 4 freezing on me. If i keep finding more problems i will revert
Monitor: Samsung UE510, GSync enabled
Laptop: 7700HQ / GTX1070 DDR4-2666 16GB
Issues: When moving, there was load lag for new areas, causing pauses in display until resources were loaded. Also, when camera was being rotated, there was hitching, and not smooth. RTSS showed latency spikes when occuring.
Issues reproducible on every play attempt, even after reboots.
VRR enabled in Windows Settings.
Went back to 431.70, and same area played perfectly smooth, and no loading issues.
Hope so couse they are not bad but the my mouse lag its anoying.
should quit looking at drivers to fix mouse lag, need to go indepth with your system and find the real cause.