Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by michaelj, Jan 15, 2020.
What are the rest of your specs, CPU, RAM etc...?
RTX 2080 XC ULTRA
DDR4 / 32GB
2x 960 EVO NVMe 250GB
Cooler Master V750
Fractal Design Define R6
Operating System: OS:
Windows 10 Pro 2004 -Build 19041.21
Try this with game mode off
was already disabled
But shouldn't make any difference if on or off, game mode only priority CPU Cores for gaming, dedicated resources function has been removed a while ago from windows Builds.
i leave "game mode" off for streaming w/ OBS
Sharpening is very bugy with 450.12, sometimes it works and sometimes not, need to restart my games until Sharpening works again.
and if i set Sharpening Globally the Control Panels resets my Digital Vibrance settings
Similar bug i had with nvidias first DCH Drivers where the Control Panel not saving my Settings.
Other than that 450.12 is stable just like Official Drivers.
@Andre Souza bumping for that Cabinet package.
I like the stability and performance of these drivers, but the resets of the control panel and the sometimes not working sharpening makes me want to remove them.
Resets in control panel? Tell me more, my colours reset (contrast and digital vibrance ) after I exit full screen from a game and it also happened with previous 445 insider drivers. No idea if I managed to fix it coz it hasn't done it for some hours but truly really annoying.
It reset all options to default values, including sharpening and digital vibrance.
It is also true that in several applications sharpening does not work, even if it is turned back on.
After testing 450.12, 442.01 driver is the best on Windows 10 20H1 latest build. i get random black screen when using shift + tab to go to desktop on 450.12 only, can't wait for WDDM 2.7 driver.
I have not experienced the higher idle clocks, my 1080ti still downclocks to 139mhz just fine.
With HS enabled?
Keep in mind, HS only works after PC Restart after enabling for the first time.
also here it downclocks correctly. i have found no problems so far.
sems to be only on Turing then ( GPU hardware schedule on )
after disabling GPU clocks are back to normal
i wonder now if HS only works on Turing GPUs currently.
I am not sure about it's absolute lowest clocks but my RTX2060 clocks down to 300/405 (GPU/RAM) with this driver installed and HS enabled.
And I have an observation: I don't know what change (OS, driver, etc) caused this but my mouse cursor is now always affected by the VGA 1DLUT (white point and tone response calibration). The cursor used to bypass this for power saving reasons (the framebuffer is not updated for cursor movements but handled separately and that LUT processing is only applied to the framebuffer).
I am not complaining since I always considered this a fairly stupid optimization for desktop computers (and the workaround - if you were annoyed by this - used to cause other issues, like invisible cursors in games, etc). I am just making a note and I am curious what caused this (is the cursor movement now part of the framebuffer updates yet again or did it get some special treatment to have the correct color?).
are you reading with GPU-z oder MSI Afterburner?
MSI afterburner shows sometimes wrong Clocks with 450.12 in build 2004
MSI AB 4.6.1 But my clocks do get stuck at constant 1365/8000 after I open GPU-Z 2.28 and do not return to normal when I close it. During this high clock time, AB reports the same high clocks. This looks more like a GPU-Z issue to me.
Unfortunately still same issue for streaming on my end - single pc setup. Unwatchable. Frames skipped to the point the output isn't even playing on twitch.
thats normal if you have HS enable, MSI Reports wrong idle clocks with 450.12.
hwinfo/aida reporting same high clocks
even if i have nothing opened my GPU fans are beginning to spinning <55°C because with HS On my GPU is 30°C hotter in idle
I need to do Custom Fan curve with HS On, fan on/off is pain in my ears