NVIDIA GeForce 301.24 Beta Drivers

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by DeusEXMachina, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. FortAwesome

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    Max Pre-rendered frames: 0
    V-sync: forced on
    Triple-buffering via d3d overrider
    FPS max = 58
     
  2. Anthrax27

    Anthrax27 Member Guru

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    Wow that fixed it for me thanks :D
     
  3. korn666

    korn666 Master Guru

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    thanks for the tips buddy!
     
  4. FortAwesome

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    you're welcome!
    I read that triple buffering doesn't play nice with pre-rendered frames so that's why I made max pre-rendered frames 0; also capped FPS @ 58 on my 60hz monitor to help with mouse lag. :nerd:
     

  5. cyberfredxxx

    cyberfredxxx Member Guru

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    no sli profile for the last ridge racer
    and no improve in this driver for this game :/
    (the game stutter in full screen , must be play in windows mode :/ )
     
  6. macdaddy

    macdaddy Ancient Guru

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    ^^ nothing wrong here with ridge racer
     
  7. Boblebad

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    Tried these and I found it unbearable to play swtor. Setting anything above "very low" on the Shader-settings (ingame) gave me severe FPS-issues.
    I uninstalled the drivers, reverted back to 296.10 and the game is running smoothly as ever with everything on max settings again.

    I didn't really try any other games.
     
  8. sanpats

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    That's weird. I've been playing SWTOR almost a week with this driver and it's working fine. FXAA is nice for the game and Adaptive V-Sync help reduce unnecessary load that come from the game unoptimized code. I play everything high except AA and V-Sync which I force from NVCP.

    Mine is mobile-GPU though, GTX 570M o/c to the clock speed much above desktop GTX 460 stock.
     
  9. Axaion

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    How the hell? the lowest max prerendered i can set my GTX 560 Ti to with this driver is 1.
     
  10. IcE

    IcE Don Snow Staff Member

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    Nvidia inspector reports "Let the application decide" as "0" when that's not possible anymore. Nvidia removed the zero option.
     

  11. Axaion

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    My point exactly, which sucks :|
     
  12. IcE

    IcE Don Snow Staff Member

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    Not really, zero was never really intended to be used. Pick between 2 and three, that gives the smoothest experience at least in my testing.
     
  13. Axaion

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    I have never ever had problem with setting it on 0.
     
  14. Radical_53

    Radical_53 Ancient Guru

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    And it adds a noticable input lag. I can still choose zero (couldn't do this with the previous .10 set also) and I usually pick 0 or 1, depending on the game. The faster it is the more I lean towards 0.
     
  15. Axaion

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    now im just unsure if it was with this driver or the .10 set i couldent use 0.. im fairly sure its both though..
     

  16. Radical_53

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    It works for me on this set and the previous set (.10) had zero as its default value (couldn't choose it manually, Inspector reported default as zero though).
     
  17. phawkins633

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    pink dots

    I have a 560ti..never overclocked...system not overclocked...296.10 and above have pink dot problem....that's pretty much it...it seems while Nvidia is striving to squeeze another 5% speed, it has cranked some cards just too high...I mean the last time I saw this was with the 8800gts 320 when everything from driver tweaks to baking in the oven were used to try and fix this....although driver related, it still smacks of being hap hazard....and on Nvidia's own forum they say they are having trouble replicating this problem...that's heard to believe considering the number of cases that are popping up all over the web...c'mon Nvidia...some of us still use older (non 6xxx) cards....
     
  18. Wrigleyvillain

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    My 480 loves these. BF3 and Skyrim, mainly.
     
  19. BarryB

    BarryB Maha Guru

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    Still no go for me? It seems AA is causing the problems, tried BF3 and the same stuttering happens as in Skyrim, turn off AA and they're fine? Why?
     
  20. PirateNeilsouth

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    Yep it's happened to a few people!
     

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