Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyris, Jan 27, 2014.
What? Srsly? You have adaptive Power Management... by any chance? Or prefer maximum?
tested everything...... rolling back, all fine!
BTW. it doesn't downclock anything as i monitor my GPU load & clocks on my 2. screen GPU load goes down to 0 percent for that time
very good drivers for fifa14 + sweetFX
only other game played aswell is gta san andreas i know its an old game but it runs better in win 8.1 than it ever has in xp, vista or win 7 lol no texture flashes and even with 10x draw distance hehe
gonna try farcry 3 and battlefield 3 but up to now they run well so doubt i'll see anything that bothers me
got the PhysX installer, thanks very much.
First I had that massive stutter/freeze problem too, with the first install of the Quadro driver. It appeared only in BF4, other games I tried (like AC2) worked fine.
Then I did a clean re-install of the driver and Battlefield worked as intended. Great.
Now, today, I tried CoD:Ghosts... and guess what? The same second-long stutter/freeze now happens here. Unbelievable.
guess this branch is bugged as f... well i can deal with the "old ones"
or he needs to install them again.
recently I've corrupted a driver or two also.
-Tj- spotted it first a while back.
Did a clean install by myself before.... didn't fixed it at all, just roll back to the whql fixed it...
Never before had those troubles with beta's
Might be true, yes. I can't say why I run into this here and there. It's not a big issue atm, as the two to three games I'm playing work well, but it's still weird.
I can confirm but let's try this :
***Edit: Still broken..
Great drivers. Very smooth in AC IV with PhysX on high, smoother than the previous PhysX driver.
Only games I tested so far are BL2 and AC IV, and both tested great..
I get green picture with latest madVR v0.87.4 + MPC-HC +NNEDI3 anything over 128 neurons massive frame drops.
Would a display driver update cause GPU-Z to crash?
I only ran GPU-Z the other week with the v332.93 drivers and now v0.7.6, v0.7.5 and v0.7.3 all crash with the follow Event log error:
Faulting application name: GPU-Z ASUS ROG v0.7.6.exe, version: 0.7.6.0, time stamp: 0x52e64e55
Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 6.3.9600.16408, time stamp: 0x523d45fa
Exception code: 0xc0000374
Fault offset: 0x000e2fd8
Faulting process ID: 0x2348
Faulting application start time: 0x01cf1b9e5d18e510
Faulting application path: H:\Downloads\GPU-Z ASUS ROG v0.7.6.exe
Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll
Report ID: 9cdde770-8791-11e3-80f8-6c71d9497605
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID:
I just opened GPU-Z with these drivers and I had no issues.. The only issues I've ever had with GPU-Z, is when I had MSI Afterburner running at the same time..
Well I have EVGA Precision X running with Windows and it has never caused problems with GPU-Z before. However, I closed it and RTSS and GPU-Z still crashes with the same error. I've not installed anything new on my PC except for the Windows Updates earlier on this month and today's new driver.
Working fine for my setup in the games i play BF4, AC IV Black Flag, Dead Island Epidemic, Even picked up a few more points in 3DMark11 332.21>20428 334.67>20560.
Will try 3dvision in Black Flag for a laugh later today
Ummmm... The people who have 3d vision would like to see this level of updates with every release. They release **** ALL 3dVision related fixes so please stop crying about Nvidia supporting a product they sell even if it's only for 5% of people.
I agree mate, i was at the point of selling my 3dvision2 kit and putting the cash towards a higher res screen...
It did boost my 3DMark scores. So far so good.
Well, they didn't do anything to fix the driver ambient occlusion... Quick Mass Effect test.