Nvidia Game Ready Driver 456.38 - Download and Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, Sep 17, 2020.

  1. ManuelG

    ManuelG NVIDIA Rep

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    Can you fill out the driver feedback form below please so I can look into this?

    https://forms.gle/kJ9Bqcaicvjb82SdA
     
  2. mikolaj612

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    Maybe you already know that mate - but if you really need to know what is going on with this process getting abnormally usage of your network you can try to use GlassWire app.
    I'm using it to control what is using my network bandwith and theoretically what is going on with my apps.
    Very useful stuff for MS Store with broken progress bar, you will get much more information than MS Task Manager could provide.

    You'll also see where that process is going to send it's packets, so you might ask someone at NVHQ where that data are stored/used/or why that process is trying to do.
     
  3. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    It's disk IO, not Network IO, the rpcrt ports are message bus / internal communications via the remote procedure call host.
     
  4. mikolaj612

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    Done, thank you for sharing this link with me ;)
     
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  5. mikolaj612

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    Then WPT is a solution to handle it, or at least gathering more info for anyone to see.
    But for network issues GlassWire could be helpful.

    On my system NV Container is barelly using 0.1% of my CPU every one second (or something close to that value), mostly due to Optimus enabled notebook - I also enabled icon which is telling me when dGPU is used, so nothing terrible is happening on my system.
    Also I didn't notice any disk usage - I've got clean version installed with Optimus support, no GFE.
     
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  6. skacikpl

    skacikpl Master Guru

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    Seems the performance overlay started randomly crapping out on me

    Also started having issues with Ghost Recon Breakpoint (Vulkan renderer, not sure about DX11) where according to perf overlay GPU usage spikes to constant 99-100% (usually tops at around 96-98%) and framerate drops to 10-15 FPS. Seems to randomly trigger when going out of menus back to the game so i don't know whether it's the game, vulkan version or the new driver.
     

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  7. YWAGMOTH

    YWAGMOTH Master Guru

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    Horrible driver for rtx 2070 super and warzone.
    Game with 144hz refresh rate feels like 15fps and some jelly effects.

    Going back to preview one solved the problem.

    I Guess were in the 3000 series only driver time.
     
  8. Jeremy M

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    Works fine on my 2060 gained 10fps in every game I play and improved graphics
     
  9. endbase

    endbase Master Guru

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    Some weird stuff on this driver rolled back to previous one all good
     
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  10. Dro1d01

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    Problem is file - NvTopps.

    Fix - block NVIDIA Display Container LS service
    reboot in safe mode, find the file (NvTopps) in Windows folder and delete it.
    Enable Display Container service and reboot

    It will no longer load the processor and disk.
    Since then everything works fine.
     
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  11. fleggy

    fleggy Member Guru

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    Reboot to safe mode is not needed. Simply stop the service, rename the DLL, start the service.
     
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  12. Amaze

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  13. Setnom

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    I can't seem to find that file. Is it in C:\Windows ? And is it called nvtopps.dll?

    You guys have GFE installed? I don't, maybe that's why I can't seem to find it?
     
  14. fleggy

    fleggy Member Guru

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    GFE not installed. The file is in C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NvToops. I have nothing else in this folder.
     
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  15. enkoo1

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    Is this disk/CPU problem also happening if you don't have Geforce Experience installed?
     

  16. Setnom

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    Apparently yes, I didn't install GFE and have this problem.

    Weird, I don't have that folder there. It's in C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation\nvtopps

    But I don't have a dll there, just an nvtopps.db3 and nvtopps.log .
     
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  17. Maximus344

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    nvtopps dll is at this folder C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_edf184f24a37bacd\Display.NvContainer\plugins\Session disable first NVIDIA Display Container LS at services to delete it
     
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  18. Setnom

    Setnom New Member

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    Can confirm this fixed it. Mine is called _nvtopps.dll (has an _ at the beginning)

    "NVIDIA Container" service no longer consumes unusual resources, just like the Windows 10 "Service Host: Windows Event Log".
     
  19. mikolaj612

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    If you open .db file in that folder you will quickly see that it has something to do with new OC scanner and some portion of telemetry.
     
  20. CYP3ORG

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    It seems that this "fix" might be the culprit:
    • [Notebook]: When a game is played on the primary display and a YouTube video is played onthe extended display, viudeo playback is sluggish and stutters. [200586262]
     

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