Nvidia GeForce 335.23 WHQL - Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Cyris, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. GhostXL

    GhostXL Ancient Guru

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    Need a driver with Titanfall SLI profile then I'll be happy.
     
  2. Astug

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    This is exactly why I disconnect my wifi when my PC reboots after using DDU to remove the previous driver. To make sure Windows doesn't install anything driver related before I can install the new drivers manually.

    Though, to avoid this in the future, how does one disable the automatic driver update in Win 8.1?
     
  3. shortcircuit

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    Very bad!

    I get exactly the same problem as with the 334.89 drivers: Installation hangs with black screen, and then hangs just leaving the option to reset. After that the only way to get my system running again correctly is to start in save-mode and to uninstall the drivers and to go back to the 332.21 driver. I didn't complain with the 334.89, my hope was that the next WHQL driver would work for sure... but NOT.

    I had until recent a GTX560 and was pinned to the 314.20 drivers. After upgrading (NOT because of the drivers :3eyes:) to a GTX770 (EVGA model 02G-P4-2773-KR), drivers up to version 332.21 did (and do!) work without problems.

    But the latest two versions do behave very strange, totally different from the former "bad" drivers... they seem not to install correctly. It doesn't matter, if i install normally (regular windows) or in save mode, or if i uninstall drivers first or overwrite, the system after restart (or reset:bang:) of the computer shows heavy corruption in desktop, is very slow or hangs, Even shutdown screen is corrupted.

    My windows is Win7 32BIT, updated to latest state, and as said, older drivers install without problem. The GTX560 problem was different, drivers installed ok, but then there was that Firefox hanging stuff etc... the known GTX560 thingy.
     
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  4. Flakman

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    Remember, windows can install from it's driver store on your pc. If you remove a driver it automatically will install what it has in there, if auto driver update is enabled.

    Procedure below.

    http://superuser.com/questions/665158/can-i-prevent-a-driver-from-being-installed-with-windows-8-1
     
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  5. ruiner13

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    The reason I can't use it is because I have a 144Hz BenQ display. Blizzard implemented their vsync to be fixed at 60Hz, so I'm losing a lot of my refresh rate if I use the in-game setting.
     
  6. GatitoMimosin

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    Hey!!!! Nvidia guys!! This driver vhql also not work fine with last version of bluestack, screen in black in all apps!!!! Grrrrrrrrrrrrr
    nvidia guys your drivers not suporrt more bluestack???
    Last driver suport bluestack is 332.59
    return to 332.59 grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
     
  7. Phroster

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    Seems the updated D3 SLI profile also does something for single cards,
    the new patch already improved performance, but it seems even better with this driver.
     
  8. RPGgamesplayer

    RPGgamesplayer Maha Guru

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    i find these to run smoother with smiler fps to older drivers but overall fluid performance and smoothness
     
  9. Phroster

    Phroster Master Guru

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    You can also use RadeonPro, even if you a Nvidia card, you can force vsync through that.

    And it worked in D3, but it did not give better performance.

    Forcing vsync through the NVCPL still doesn't work.

    You could try another tweak for D3, but this might give different results depending on your system.
    I used the " bcdedit /set useplatformclock true "
    To enforce HPET on my system, it seems D3 likes HPET better then TSC.
    If it doesn't work, then use "bcdedit /deletevalue useplatformclock".

    Sorry got a bit off topic.
     
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  10. xankazo

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    Nice! I'll get to it when I get back home.
     

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    The Lite driver includes a proper SLI profile for Titanfall?
     
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    Does SLI work in Need for Speed Rivals?
     
  13. Shady757

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    Haha, asking the co-coder to use DDU. That was the first thing I did when this occurred, didn't fix it. As for the OC, I haven't tried that yet, as it completely slipped my mind since it was 3am when I was playing.
     
  14. SSJBillClinton

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    Oh I had no idea hahaha!
     
  15. D4rKy21

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    Is the Advance PhysX slowdown bug also fixed with this driver with Metro: Last Light ?
     

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    D3 seems smooth a silk now. Granted, I have to turn on every option in the NVCP and max out every setting to even remotely tax my system... but it is now a smooth 120fps with no stuttering that I've seen so far.
     
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    TitanFall no longer seems to be crashing or having huge stutters, but still getting a VERY noticeable microstutter, once again something I didn't have in the beta.
     
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    Seems to be working fine on my lowly laptop.
     
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    I vote for the post of the year lol !
     

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