Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by boerenlater, May 17, 2012.
something in your system need your gpu... :banana:c1::banana:
There's apparently a v302.11 beta driver available but only for Linux at the moment.
It contains fixes for DisplayPort among other things so hopefully this driver will be released for desktops and notebooks too. I've read that some new drivers are due this week, hopefully today, but we'll see. These will NOT have the v-sync stutter bug fix though, they'll be in the next drivers released in June according to ManuelG on the NVIDIA forum.
Yes, the 120hz 1680x1050 panel, which dosent have any issues if i use inspector.. even on 51mhz clocks on the card for the core
**** you nvidia you :banana:, give me back my idle clocks on 120hz, it worked on 275.33, but after that, you effed up!
Guessing the fix for that will come out with the V-sync fix.
It's due in June alas, not the driver that is coming this month/this week. However, I'm dubious as to whether NVIDIA will have fixed it completely but as long as it is significantly reduced then I can live with it (59-60 fps is better than 56-60 fps for example). Hopefully, they have fixed it for good though. Fingers crossed!
And hopefully they have fixed it for the 5xx series of GPU's... so far they only mention Kepler... it happens on 570's and 580's too.
According to ManuelG the issue only occurs on the 600 series cards and so that is where they've apparently focused their efforts; being new hardware and all that. However, that doesn't mean the 500 series cards won't be fixed as well if the cause of the issue is the same for both.
Pirateneilsouth is a big poster over at Ocuk with over 12000 posts going by the name Neil79.
any1 with a 590 tried that one .?
Doubt that the 600 issue acknowledged by Nvidia,
has anything to do with someone stuttering on Fermi.
As one guy said:
PC really is a minefield for these.
X3354 on 3dmarks here , I was at X3302 or X3320 before ( 301.40 )
Lets try sum bf3 and anno to see but for now these drivers works great ^^
edit 1 : ok for naw , best driver so far :banana:
There is a registry hack that allows PCIE-3.0 to work on my Sabertooth X79.
I tried it and it works on my 2 GTX680's.
this does not come with physics?
Developer drivers don't come with PhysX System Software, if devs use PhysX it would be with the SDK.
your core clock is at 50 mhz when your doing what? My core clock is always at 50mhz when im just browsing the web and not gaming.
Don't hate me. Hate the game. LOL
BTW, maybe there's something using your GPU, even Aero or a video program, and it's not downclocking. My system is up since monday and I didn't experience the bug.
These are keepers for me, I don't really care for the latest WHQL ones, which are older. These are better here.
Up and downclocking is working fine on my gtx580 with these.
So if I install these and the previous driver had physics will this version retain the physics software from the previous?
Yes, it does.
Sweet. When i get around LXDE i'll try them.