Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by DeusEXMachina, Apr 9, 2012.
i'm not. i said it could be one of the causes, or exacerbate the problem.
so nobody know if these install in windows 8 CP ?
I guess not, there is no info about Windows 8 in it.
i may try it tbh as 295.73 install and work without issue
will report shortly.
Well your right and wrong, you wont get tearing with normal vsync period, FPS is capped at your refresh rate i.e 60hz/fps and when it drops below the rate will be halved i.e 30fps then you see some stuttering because of low fps, not tearing.
Adaptive vsync is the same as above only when your fps drops below your refresh rate then vsync is turned off, so you get tearing but your fps doesnt drop to half of the refresh rate, i.e 59, 58, 57fps instead of dropping straight to 30.
Also depends on the monitor as some sync with the gpu fine and no need for vsync, i used to be in this situation untill my first GTX card (275 i think) then i always need vsync.
hope that wasnt too patronizing
well installs fine on windows 8 CP will run a few games and see how they run
Driver running ok here on my gtx 580, no issues with gpu clock getting stuck in 2d.
Was that with this driver, or the previous 301.10's.
Previous sorry, wrong thread
Will test this one but have had bad vibes with the 300's so far
Thank you mate.
Let me know how you come out.
looks alright on my rig thanks nvidia
Okay people, can someone else try whether or not you performance sucks when you enable 8xMSAA in Mass Effect 3? This driver has new AA flag for ME3.
Sure it's logic fail?
^^^hows this driver on your card man?
with new flag it does suck.
whats wrong with the old one
Dunno, haven't put it back in yet. Considering doing it just to test this driver but I figure 1 hardware change for this week is enough after playing musical system configs last week...lol
These drivers work fine on my system, never have any drivers issues anyway, why is that?
Have you stability tested?