Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by stasio, May 23, 2013.
sweet... thanks Stasio!
Same BO2 issue. Has something to do with shadows, since turning them off cures the problem for me.
Manuel said they weren't able to get the fix into the WHQL in time, next beta should have it.
Wow, these driver seem like a mess of late. Thanks for the heads up gurus.
Well no help for low SLI use with Call of Juarez Gunslinger. Still secon card runs only 2%.
Must have missed that post, thanks! Also the issue for me only happens when I enable 4x SGSSAA in Inspector. If I leave the profile at default and mess with only in game settings I have no issues, which explains why it might have been hard for them to replicate.
Just WHQL certificate.
Its the same as 320.14! If you do the same bench over and over again you sure will see different results.
Same with Trine 2. Didn't make it into whqls.
I thought my driver experience with AMD was bad.
It happens on my config even though I don't mess with inspector
The latest Beta drivers work fine for me, but these seem to break SLI for me.
Its not the same, but really close.
btw 320.00 were a mess, 320.14 is much better.
Im going to test these now, tnx.
This are really good on BF3,smooth.
these drivers case a strange graphics glitch in EVE: Online when the games Shader Quality is set to High, low and medium are unaffected.
one side the screen is red, and it like transitions from red to blue which is on the right side of the screen.
no lock ups or BSOD yet on my PC.
You can update the package yourself. if you've renamed the file do this:
1. Rename PhysX installation package to, PhysX_9.13.0325_SystemSoftware
2. Extract Drivers to folder
3. Browse to PhysX folder
4. Place PhysX_9.13.0325_SystemSoftware inside, deleting the previous version
5. Open PhysX.nvi in Notepad++ Notepad++ Download
6. Add these lines:
Under Strings Values add:
<string name="version" value="9.13.0325"/>
Under manifest add
<file name="PhysXExt.dll"/><file name="PhysX.nvi"/><file name="PhysX_9.13.0325_SystemSoftware.msi"/></manifest>
7. Run Installer and it should detect the new version
I had 320.14 but result was same :bang:
BSOD also here, code 126 "unrecoverable hardware failure". Have been having this issue with all the R320 line, back to 314.22 for me.
Is anyone else having problems with the installer not exiting because of GF Experience included with these drivers? I can run GF Experience so I know it is installed but the installer shows the full green bar but never quits. If I try to close the window manually I'm told that the installer cannot be stopped at this point. I had this exact same issue with both the standalone GF Experience v1.1 and v1.5.
Of course, if I restart my PC then the installer is closed but I'm puzzled as to why the previous driver installers have worked fine but the GF Experience one doesn't.
That is likely because the incorrect executable is being used from the default profiles. Use NVIDIA Inspector to add the correct one from the game folder manually.
It seems that NVIDIA are a bit slow to update their profiles with the correct executables - Ghost Recon: Future Soldier also had the wrong one - which is odd because you'd think their NVIDIA Update software would make it very easy to keep the profiles bang up to date. :3eyes:
Anyone wanna confirm th e following for me im at work atm
I'm gonna try get my stable gaming OC up a bit with these.