Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by AndyB, Dec 4, 2012.
Shadow flickering was visible only with SLi setup. Going to give these a spin.
I thought people were complaining of snow flickering with SLI. Separate issue, or the same?
No English only release? Thought the US site hosted English only and UK hosted International, same for the 310.54 driver that only had an International release?
I tried replacing "international" with "english" in download link, didn't work.
So, if you don't play those few games listed....any reason at all to bother installing these?
US site has been hosting international version for a while now.
With 310.70 BF3 still crashes. Just message changed.
I think not, but who knows
I wonder if the lod/clamping issues are sorted.
This error is similar to TDR. Try removing all overclocks.
i still can't get any drivers since the last whql drivers to install on win8 x64. They all crash during install and give me a blue screen saying oops something went wrong. very frustrating. even tried with advanced options to disable driver signing
That error seems like you need to up the voltage on your card. Even though it doesn't do anything by changing the value on 6xx series cards, it helped Ghost Recon when it gave that error.
Submit the crash dumps to nvidia. Disabling driver signing enforcement is unnecessary with unmodified Nvidia drivers (because they are indeed signed).
Tested on default clocks.
PS: 306.23 works fine with addition 100 Mhz to Core Clock.
Alright then perhaps Nvidia still has some work to do. I've seen so many people complaining of the same error ever since BF3 was released.
ManuelG or AndyB please take a look at this:
Using this SLI profile from Maldo makes Far Cry 3 work MUCH better than your official profile, do something and fix it, it's sad a home user makes a better fix for SLI than Nvidia it's self.
Something isn't right on your side I guess. I did install all drivers since WHQL one on Windows 8 Pro x64 without a single problem.
Bf3 or ac3 still crashing is more likely your psu and factory overclocked cards.
Before I blamed nvidia only, but looos like, while they are squezing every drop of performance from your card, even minor inconsistence from your psu crashes the drivers.
Overvolting your card helps a lot, this one itself leads to psu.
BF3 doesnt feel smooth, like it did with the 306.79 drivers.
Yeah same here I've installed the recent beta versions successfully on Windows XP, 7, and 8.
BF3 Coop mission (chopper level) crashed after exit TDR and it reset my gpu to stock clocks. Weird stuff, I didnt have that before xD