Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyris, Aug 30, 2013.
Hi there! Have you by chance tried disabling "internal cpu pll overvoltage" in bios?
I havent touched it, and im not sure what that would have to do with my graphics card either?
If you haven't touched it then it's on auto I'm assuming.It's only really needed for high OCs on the cpu for instance 4.7ghz and up.Some people are able to keep it off up to 4.9ghz but the avg is 4.7ghz.Try disabling it and see if it helps.It may not work for you but it won't kill anything if you disable it.
Disabled it, seriously doubt its going to have any effect however.
From what i got on it, it just lets you oc higher on the cpu, shouldent have any effect on the GPU
I completely agree that it should'nt, but now that you've disabled it, run some games and see if it helped the situation.I'm jus tryin to help out.
Odly enough it hasent stalled my system yet, as i said before, it only happens when idle. when actually gaming it has never ****ed up the system
Are you joking me little kid?? LMAO even the worst beta drivers for nvidia are 10x better then certified AMD drivers.... Wait no AMD drivers are certified... AMD driver support is like trying to ask you grandma who has alzheimer what her name is.. baaa derpa derp Get lost clown, AMD is a joke...
After i read this the words "Dump" "Idiot" and "Retard" have a complete new meaning.
For the uninitiated, would this be worth trying to solve the BSOD issues I get with my GTX 760?
This is a different branch from 326.80. 326.41 which are 325-00. This is 326-01.
Aaand i got a system freeze on idle again, was worth a shot.
Rome 2. CTD when loading maps
I have a auto hdmi switch and today when I turned my reciever on and the hdmi switch disconnected my monitor(which it always does), some reason it cause the pc to bsod and reboot.
Settings help maybe?
I HAVE ONE GTX 480 CARD AND GET 80-100 FPS, I use let the phyx settings pick the best card setting, my global settings are this:a/off- a/f: application controlled- fxxaff -antialiasing gamman antialising: application controlled -transparencyff - cuda gpus:all -pre rendered frames:3 - single displaymode- powermanagement:adaptive -texture anistropicff -text filter lod bias:allow -texture filtering:high quality-texture filter trilenear: on -Threaded optimization:auto- triple buffff- -Vertical syncff
My rig is an amd quad core running at 2.8GHZ 8gigs ram with a gtx 480 card running driver 326.80 using msi afterburner. Hope this helps in some way.:bang:
No BSOD either!
I Oc'ed a bit and this driver almost killed my card - saw small squares in desktop (then it happened in FireFox too, stock clock)., I uninstalled and reinstalled default win and still, then I took out gpu for few min and plugged to dvi instead of hdmi. Im now at default win 320.14 and so far so good..
heh this started in Rift, at first smooth gaming then bam weird fps drop and soon after that low 3d clock,.. I rebooted and applied a little higher oc and then it all began..
Lucky its still alive, lol i can't afford new gpu atm
I think i'll try latest 320 quadros, now im kinda scarred of this r325/r326 lol
been working fine since installing and no I did not test with bf3, I'm not going to download and install that poop again. :3eyes:
Only problem was with the flickering lights issue with splinter cell blacklist.
Cliver Barkers Jericho still doesn't work for me, it just crashes after the cut scene. That has been driving me :bang:
I highly doubt that it was the driver that was about to kill your 570.
Best driver I have used, in a very long time, No Problems, and no Complaints, It is a Keeper here, I will not be rolling back, my SLI 690GTX's love it
Can you tell us the GPU usage in BF3? And just GPU usage in general?