nVidia Forceware 195.39 Beta

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

  1. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    P.S. Does anyone think it odd that NVIDIA are not offering the newer 9.09.0914 PhysX drivers as a separate download from their website? The latest set according to them are the older 9.09.0814 ones. :?
     
  2. Nightmare

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    So far these drivers are excellent for Borderlands, especially those running SLI setups on Windows XP. My drivers would crash and artifact whenever the Guardian Angel appeared and the dialogue ended. These drivers seemed to have fixed that, and also gave a decent boost with SLI enabled.

    Going to test on the Left 4 Dead 2 Demo shortly, as well as try them out on my Windows 7 64-bit dual boot. Will report back with any findings. Definitely keepers for now though.
     
  3. SuperBill

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    Fallout 3 still stutters, just so everyone knows ....

    The Engineers over at Nvidia must be locked inside a room with no phone, Internet, or outside access whatsoever :bang:

    .... that or *gasp* the problem really DOES rely on Bethesda to correct (i.e. Nvidia fixed or added some feature that inadvertently borked Fallout 3 through no fault of their own).
     
  4. TheHunter

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    well from the release notes there is nothing shocking, don't know where they pulled those 200 fixes lol.. anyways gonna test them now.

    edit: only one driver now

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  5. TheAgeOfMen

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    They dont show up for me @ w7 64 :bang:
     
  6. bokah

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    scaling from 4/3 to 16/10 works just as it works with 191.56
     
  7. TheHunter

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    gta4 is smooth only a small hick up here and there, i think its ok for now allot better than with 191.07.
     
  8. Darren Hodgson

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    @TheHunter - There's a newer PhysX driver by the way, 9.09.0914, that now has 32-bit and 64-bit support. It's been out a couple of months now but, oddly, NVIDIA aren't including it with their newer graphics drivers. Dunno why.
     
  9. TheHunter

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    i know :) but it gave me problems in win7, and i had some stability issues with few games.. i had to completely remove all of it and reinstall the old version.

    I think it was because it made a new folder in program files and the older physx was still in its original older, i didnt try just this latest without any other though.
     
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    2nd gpu is stuck on 3d
     

  11. Darren Hodgson

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    Strange. When I did an upgrade of PhysX 9.09.0814 to 9.09.0914 without uninstalling (I never do... hey, I'm lazy, OK!), it removed the old AEGIA folder and created a new PhysX one inside the existing NVIDIA Corporation folder. I haven't noticed any issues with this newer version under Windows 7 either.
     
  12. impi

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    Unigine Benchmark is broken with these drivers for me.

    Each time it switches the Camera, i got a ~10sec loading and then moving extremly fast into the next scene... the loading times are longer than the szene itself!

    Really strange, but games seems so run fine
     
  13. Death_LV

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    hmmm with this driver all games for me runs with 30fps :bang: where is the probleem i don't now.
     
  14. paradox

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    same here. will test some games....
     
  15. MisterGeese

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    3dmark06 is down with thes drivers. Refuse to load after futuremark boot screen.:3eyes:
     

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    Will install these for the SLI Dragon Age improvements. Can't wait for my PC Collectors Edition to arrive next week!
     
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    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=298828
     
  18. El_Presidente

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    Same here. I all so notest that first GPU runs all most 20 degrees hotter than second. Strange. I think ill go back to 191.07.
     
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    thanks for the up! i'm gonne be testing these ...
     
  20. Bobnar

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    How are single gpu temps with these ? The past 191.** drivers have increased temps anywhere from 6-10 degrees for me compared to 186.91 which in turn forces me to overclock less.
     

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