Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by RPGgamesplayer, Nov 25, 2013.
What does that have to with the beta driver?
Better ask SLI that question
And no idea, something about trolling and stuff :grin:
You guys....poor ric....and this driver did not kill my card
my random bsod that I thought where caused my the drivers went away after I download clock my memory to autodetect settings
my board memory profile dont work correct.
Where did you get random BSOD, by logon or during gaming? And how did you downclock, apply lower OC at startup?
Well I just reinstalled the gpu back in, Im gonna try 331.82, atm at basic win driver.
I will try downclock to 1900mhz (default 2000mhz), then I really give up.
during gaming and web browsing and watching video in mediaplayer classic while web browsing it would bsod
my memory is 1600mhz memory rated at 1.65, but even with loose timings it still bsod. so I dont think my board and processor likes it. this has been an on going fight with it. modded bios update made it better. but not 100%.
so I just let the board run in auto detect and it runs at 1333mhz and no bsod at all.
You should check you SPD memory settings in the BIOS.
It should give you the exact timings for your RAM.
Perhaps your RAM doesn't support more then 1333mhz?
Try disable triple buffering (NV control panel and D3DOverrider) to remove freeze/BSoD and to back to stock GPU (reference version or OC version)? - If you can't fix your issue then you may get RMA.
ah system memory, nvm then.
My ram is stable, thanks anyway.
yeah sorry I didnt explained it better in my other post.
My first crash in years with nvidia. Is it a driver crash?
and what does it contain in that dump file?
I think no one can really tell just by looking at this WER-xxxx.sysdata.xml file name..
I have a small issue. When I choice HL2, or Shadow Warrior profile, it returns back to first in the list. I can change them with Inspector, but not within nVidia CP. Anyone have any idea what is going on?
You have to enable XMP to set frequency higher than 1333 MHz. XMP profile contains informations about frequency and timings.
I would say yes and no,
2133mhz ram for example, JEDC? doesnt know what timings to chose at manual forced 2133mhz, XMP auto detects it since its programmed for that speed.
In my case XMP off it defaults to 1333mhz 1.5v, xmp enabled 2133mhz 1.65v.
JEDEC is a standard, a norm, nothing else. What you mean is SPD timings.
XMP profiles make it easier but everything can still be set manually. On some platforms it may need an overclocked CPU but here, that's not the case (afaik).
its about time for a driver nvidia.
this beta is **** and previous whql is **** too
Cuase i found the same problem at geforce forum with olde drivers.
What do you think what it can be ?