Nvidia GeForce 285.67 WHQL Notebook/Desktop

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by LathspeLL, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. Blood487

    Blood487 Master Guru

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    Tried with BF3 Multiplayer with the system listed on the left.

    Less stuttering, slightly better framerates but it's still unplayable for me.

    In some instances the stuttering is worse than before....But only in rare cases.

    Still better than the 285.62 driver though.
     
  2. jvmagni

    jvmagni Master Guru

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    Are you guys installing those w\o removing the old one?

    I don't have stutter anymore... I disabled HT and turn off the NVCPL from startup with windows...:banana:
     
  3. xankazo

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    Gonna try this one, since the 185.62 was awful for me. :)
     
  4. Penal Stingray

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    These are smooth indeed! on BF3 well smoother than the 285.62 whql Keepers For now!
     

  5. Rolacka

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    Agreed! These are very nice for BF3 :)
     
  6. Quad4Life

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    well, after more testing.. these are indeed better then .62's, but they still have the gpu drop @ 0% every now and then which causes major stuttering on bf3. ,, especially after extended periods of gaming.. with everything on ultra and 4x AA on.
     
  7. Spec84

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    Modded INF for Win 7 x64 can you upload ???
     
  8. FrenchKiss

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    I second that, link to inf seems to be down.
     
  9. HaZe303

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    These are great on BF3 for me...
     
  10. TheHunter

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  11. Morpheus85

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  12. Spec84

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    THX Hunter :D
     
  13. jeffy

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    Thanks for the link, Hunter!
     
  14. PirateNeilsouth

    PirateNeilsouth Ancient Guru

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    I didn't even need an Inf file ....
     
  15. yosef019

    yosef019 Ancient Guru

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    hunter can you post performance betwen .62 and this drivers
     

  16. BamBoozleD

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    Used it for about 2 hours in bf3, ran the game Preset Ultra @ 1080p in full 64 player big maps didnt seem to have vram memory stutters as it did with .62's. With the .62's, I had to settle with 2xmsaa due to vram limit, with these I was able play just fine. When it did peak vram limits, didnt seem to bother my gameplay much so it is an improvement. I tend to switch my aa back and fort depending on map. Big maps like kharg island was very playable. Going to try new betas now though! Cheers.
     
  17. jeffy

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    These drivers run the smoothest for me and I've tried all the other ones except the new .79's. Can anyone comment on the performance of those vs. these?
     

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