Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by RPGgamesplayer, Nov 25, 2013.
If you live inside the EU I will gladly send you my old GTX580 as a new year gift
dont know what happened.
I was watching a stre.am.ing HD video and the monitor went black and then came back.
windows didnt catch the problem, so there is no error in the event logs.
Nope, this is workaround, many people report that they found out the temperature increased while browsing, compare to 314.22.
I also tested 314.22 and same thing, tried silent mode (bios gpu switch) and it didnt help.. ah well..
Actually I am.. And For real? I would be very grateful. :cheers:
I'll Pm you
Tried this driver for a little while but just gave me one too many hassles (some games didn't like it, Shadowplay started recording in half-resolution again in some games). Ended up going back to the WHQL 331.82 drivers.
I'm having good luck with these drivers with my setup. The overclock that worked with 314.22 works fine with these.
BF4 runs smooth from a hardware perspective, but the game itself is unpredictable.
Bake the GPU.
I thought about it, but idk.. I would have to take cooler off etc and it looks a bit difficult, never done such stuff before.
Also i dont have any good thermal paste atm.
I opened a ticked by MSI, but i think i wont have any luck there.. When i checked my product warranty registration it looked like it already expired.
Bad luck for your videocard but you do permantly overclock to damage your card - it fails be 3 years. But please do not overclock after upgrade to old or new GPU.
My GTX 480 is still working...
But... my CRT 21" Samsung 1100P+ was (maybe yes abnormally) died (I can't appear LED green light). lool - I "temped" Sasmung CRT 957MB 19". But I wait to get Sony CRT 21" G500.
I didn't OC it 24/7 only when I needed to and besides your oven gpu is build like a tank and that will not die so easily..
ok. ah... ADDED: please do DISABLE triple buffering! Therefore, TB enabled permantly may cause VRAM damaged.
I dont have the gpu inside the case anymore and tripe buffer can damage vram, yeah sure I heard this myth from you before and no its not true.
Anyway lets continue with driver discussion, Im done talking about my issue.
lol you are funny best post of the year "handclap"
I still have a living 480 and 2 580.
If a driver broke my gpu *cough, I know I wouldn't want another of the same brand, tj should switch teams imo and have a card of the brand he obviously prefers.
The driver dont broke his gpu. Its not the driver cause its 1 card and not 10-000 cards.
but your GTX 480 and 2x580's have unplugged after upgrade to new videocards. My GTX 480 is always plugging.
I dont prefer anything, I just buy the best gpu money can buy and last time it was a custom 570gtx, I wasnt impressed with AMD 6000 series back then. I will see when I get some extra money, not going to be soon though.
1 580 is in my kids rig the other 2 are collecting dust.
in windows 8.1
sometime when I start playing a video,media player classic,netflix app or anykind of video that does decoding. my screen goes black for split second and goes backs to normal.
I think its the nvidia drivers fault.
also got two bsod today that was around 5 hours apart.