Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, Sep 17, 2020.
I am on 19041.508 and I have the issue.
are you sure?, its the same constant IO as screenshoted? if its just periodic spikes to anything under 100KB/s its not the issue.
BTW OS is 2004 latest patch, so .508.
132 KB, constantly https://i.imgur.com/wXHYter.png
Yeah, hit refresh and see if you can catch it increasing
Have you hostfile blocked any nvidia domains?
Not blocking anything, just basically normal OS with normal clean installed driver, didn't mod anything in either.
No, it's empty: https://i.imgur.com/HU45fGb.png
There something else going on, I run this driver with min modules installed with NVcleanstall and my NVcontainer.exe doesn't even have a cpu value listed, so its very low usage and nothing in event viewer with Nvidia.
Unless it is because my card is so old (GTX970), nothing new in drivers are being used
if you removed nvtopps with slimmer, thats why you don't see it.
You've got some changes periodically that i do not see with refreshes.
ntoskrnl.exe|SeCreateClientSecurityEx! and RPCRT4.dll server calls.
Do you have Core Isolation enabled?
I downloaded Process Monitor as well and I'm seeing no I/O activity whatsoever by NVDisplay.Container. Tried both clean and normal driver.
I also encountered an issue with control panel on DCH driver (screenshot has been posted few pages back), layout is little broken, however I'm still able to use NVCP.
Also automatic OC via NVAPI currently does not support mobile platform (GFE telling me that my hardware is unsupported), MSI Afterburner (newest beta) is gaving me an error everytime I run OC scanner. Older version was fine.
Newest GFE beta also had issue with my CPU (i7 9750h) - everytime I enable overlay CPU usage is a random value which would not be refreshed, every other metrics are fine and refreshed with proper manner.
Wow thank you all for the prompt submissions. I'll file a bug and have our team look into this.
Memory Integrity is off and I use Kaspersky IS, I assume that's the setting you're interested in. I also have VMware Pro 16 installed.
in list at top it's just <0.01 cpu uasge, same with
less than 0.01 usage in PE.
what happens if you grant the display container full access in kasperskies firewall?
Same for me
Was that the screenshot i posted?
For best monitoring (IMO) please use Windows Performance Recoder (and later Analyzer) you can dump whole memory of each process to look at it - very good and useful tool, also quite simple to learn.
Those dumps could also be sended over to someone to look at - preferably someone at NVHQ
I fixed my issues few times with that tools, very useful for unusually high cpu usage from certain services/drivers.
Nothing, it already has full access for everything from Nvidia automatically, I think it sets mainstream signed apps to the Trusted group auomatically.
I did however paused KIS fully and the CPU usage pattern continues.
ok, well nvidia will figure it out,
i'm not sure if manuel wanted a app dump for it, you can create that from task manager.
this has be stumped though, and I hate that.
Once, few months back I used Windows Performance Tools to solve my annoying issue.
My CPU usage was abnormally high and my laptop could no idle anymore (C3 state at best) with CPU temps arround ~ 50C, where those should be 10C less.
So I quickly found that every second NV driver is doing something - cyclically every second, no more or less.
Issue was related to MSI Afterburner monitoring, which is monitoring hardware with 1000ms polling rate.
Due to optimus in my notebook monitoring is sometimes done by the driver itself (probably when dGPU is in idle state) which will cause high CPU usage.
However when I switch do dGPU or it is used by some simple process even in the background (like Epic Games Store) the issue will be gone, because it will switch to diode sensor instead of relaying on driver
This is why I recommend WPT because with some knowledge, time and effort you can try to solve even uncommon issues.
Also it's a very good tool to solve DPC latency issues on your system.