nVidia Forceware 195.39 Beta

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by TeethDestroyer, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Viper666

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    only tested Stalker CoP, Borderlands, Sims 3 and they work just fine... i do see a few more fps in Stalker. Glad they took out that "nvlddmkm", used to get random BSODs after exiting games.
     
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  3. Squall Leonhart

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    Image Quality is entirely subjective to your ability with the LOD slider.
     
  4. Squall Leonhart

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    Rivatuner still crashes.
     

  5. bolden

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    not bad drivers, 60HZ windows 7 is fixed, seems stable, they don't use nvlddmkm.dll in this driver set. 2d mode clocks works well and downclock fine after exiting games/furmark/occt.

    NFS:Shift will have slow down after the first race, FPS get capped at 40FPS, doesn't happen in windowed mode, this issue can be fixed by setting the shadows to medium instead of high.
     
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  6. Squall Leonhart

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    There was nothing to fix.... and no its not.
    Still seeing 59hz here, and having ZERO problems with it.
     
  7. bolden

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    till 191.07, I was stuck with 59Hz and it was causing some issue with PES2010, FPS would drop to 30 and ghosting appears, also Wait For Vsync is greyed in game settings, after installing this driver, NV CP shows 60HZ, and the game is steady 60FPS, also the Wait For Vsync is not greyed anymore. This is the only game I had issue with and it is known it will cause problems if refresh rate is less than 60
     
  8. oatey4519

    oatey4519 Member Guru

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    Given up on these..
    Looked and played fine & better.
    But got P'd off with BSOD and errors with nvlddmkm.dll whilst folding.

    Gone back to .07's
     
  9. happy

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    right i just tried these, they make my overclock unstable, anyone else have the same issue?
     
  10. El_Presidente

    El_Presidente Member Guru

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    No go here. I have very pad performance with these drivers, its like other card isnt working at all. Eaven if i force alternate rendering 2. Back to 191.07.
    Oh yeah, i have Vista 64.
     

  11. Cyber-Mav

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    no problems with my overclock with these drivers, i guess your overclock was unstable to begin with. how did you test your oc for stability? i use OCCT gpu test and let it run in full screen for few hours. guaranteed proper reliability then. altough ur max stable clock wont be as high if tested with occt but atleast u dont get these stability issues.
     
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    heh, no, really cant quarantee stable oc with occt, its only to be sure u can take the heat

    heat <> stable
     
  13. IDSG89

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    i have a problem, this drivers install fine an runs games good, but doesnt install the opencl mode, i tried to unistall it, reboot in safe mode run driversweeper, reboot again in windows and install it, but nothing works, latest version of everst (5.30) doesnt show that opencl is intalled and dolphin emulator crash with the opencl version, what can i do? thanks
     
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    i can CONFIRM that...

    it´s 60hz for me too now!!
    before it was 59..now its 60hz all the time, it doesnt change back , it stays on 60 and that is what it also shows in dxdiag...

    so nvidia did something to it..cause i had that prob too before that it always revertet back to 59hz...

    greetz^^
     
  15. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    Sorry for going off topic a little but I'm running the 191.07 drivers with PES 2010. Like you, the V-Sync option is greyed out so I forced it via the game profile and it seems to work well. However, I've noticed that the game itself runs flawlessly at 60 fps but replays and cutscenes drop down to 30 fps. I've also noticed some minor ghosting too.

    Are you saying that the lack of 60 Hz is the cause of those?
     

  16. sk8zophrenia

    sk8zophrenia Ancient Guru

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    i have the same prob with pes 2009 & 2010 demo.. the screen tearing was so unbearable i feel like wanna bust into tears. force vsync, triple buffer dont help either. the wait for vsync in the setting also greyed out like urs. its all started with that driver u mentioned with locked (bugged?) refresh rate at 59Hz.

    i just tested nfs shift, previous driver was fine, this driver now gives shadow glitches.
     
  17. happy

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    i test my clocks, via 3dmark and atitool, always used same method for all my cards
     
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    Your overclock clearly wasn't stable to begin with.
     
  19. Squall Leonhart

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    Triplebuffering can'tb e forced on Direct3D games, via the driver. it has to intercept and relay the required function to directx, like how d3d override does it.

    i still get 59/60 on my screen and won't remain on 60.... Vsync works on everything i've tried.
     
  20. sk8zophrenia

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    force vsync works for other games, but not for PES 2009 and 2010 Demo, i wonder why. hopefully this will not happen with the full version PES 2010 game when its out.
     

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