Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kens30, Sep 19, 2014.
I enabled the DSR from inspector but it does not change anything, am i missing something? does AA most be forced in NV panel as well?
There are no games supported yet (a german online newspaper wrote that)
oh i though u can force it on any game, ok then.
Ok anybody test GTX 680 in SLI? I need to know how are running in BF4 at 2560x1440 the perf was horrible can't sustain 60fps without huge fps drops with previous drivers.
This driver solved some of the weird issues I was getting with GSync. Also fixed the judder and stutter I had with BF4 and GSync.
Funny thing is they don't mention the new AA, removal of dynamic tiling, virtual reality pre-rendered frames. Gotta love complete changelogs.
Here is the RGB range fix utility http://blog.metaclassofnil.com/?p=83
I can confirm this is how you get the new feature working. Works in CSGO and DOTA 2 sofar.
Valley in DX11, Ultra, 2560x1440, no AA.
780 GTX SLI @ 150% power limit / 1202 core / 6610 ram
5960X @ 4.4 /16GB Crucial DDR4 @ 2400
340.52 NVIDIA driver
FPS: 112.9 (min 29.7, max 190.8)
344.11 NVIDIA driver
FPS: 126.3 (min 24.3, max 218.4)
Agreed on Watch Dogs, it's now 100% perfectly playable. Too bad they didn't push this out back when I still cared about that game. Oh well, might get back to it one day if I'm all out of games to play.
With these finally solved stuttering in f1 2013 of last 340.52
no installing problems with 670 sli
No idea, this is what Infinity7 said:
I asked him to provide pictures but he hasn't replied yet.
I've not had chance to test these drivers properly yet as I only got to install them before leaving for work. However, I'm interested to know if these new drivers definitely fix the issue with Dead Rising 3 crashing every 15 minutes or thereabouts on Windows 8/8.1? I had to use the much older v337.88 drivers to be able to play that game without it crashing.
Getting the exact same issue when trying to launch Skyrim.
After clicking OK 6-7 times then the game starts as normal.
OS is Windows 8.1 x64 bit and using GTX 670 2GB.
I unchecked 3D Vision drivers and used clean installation option when installing via GFE.
Ignore the rig specs on my profile: It's out of date.
They fixed it for me still have to run at 720 but holds 60fps
Where did you even find the flag for this in NI?
I will try the game tonight then ahead of my GTX 980 arriving tomorrow. I can get around 45 fps on average currently at 1920x1200 with maxed out settings and Full rendering so hopefully the new card can push it closer to my ideal 60!
it in the inspector.
Prepar3D tessellation is finally fixed, but no profile update for this application.
Come on nV throw us a bone.
I know that.. "NI" = Nvidia Inspector
I'm asking where at.. What pulldown / section did you see it listed?