Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kens30, Sep 19, 2014.
It seems my 3d mark Fire Strike score went up from 11601 to 12682. Interesting.
_GLOBAL_DRIVER_PROFILE (Base Profile) go to other at the bottom
So I've tried COD Ghosts which stutters a lot even with gsync and these drivers have improved performance and smoothness. I was even able to use 2xtrssaa and still ran pretty smooth.
I had a few stutter issues but no where near the older drivers. Going to try BF4 and see how it goes.
I have a Samsung 4k display u28d590d and work ok for me.
note : I use display port.
Nothing down there related to DSR at all. I have no idea what you're looking at but there is nothing labeled "DSR" or "Dynamic Super Resolution" in the other section. Is there some new version of Inspector I don't know about beyond 184.108.40.206?
BTW.. There is no such thing as a "DSR compatible game".. It works with new and old games according to all the literature.
We’re excited to have DSR available on GeForce GPUs. This brand new technology has been initially focused on Maxwell GPUs and will be available on Kepler GPUs as soon as testing completes. Look for this support in an upcoming Game Ready driver.
Thanks Manuel for getting the elephant out of the room that DSR will eventually be passed down to Kepler.. One less thing to speculate about.
Great news ManuelG
what new feature? That dynamic reso thingy?
Yes, the DX11 optimization in this driver is incredible. Plus, no more microstuttering.
Although some DX9 titles could use better optimization, like Borderlands 2. Seriously, how the hell does this game have such a massive frame drop even with PhysX off? Makes no sense :bang:
i notice mouse feels less laggy somewhat, very impressive and I've not even gamed /benched yet.
No DSR for Fermi? Not that they don't have the juice, but since they can downsample anyway (some configurations with some games at 1800p run fine) , not having DSR for them feels stupid.
I think because Fermi can't do 4k reso.
Not 100% sure on this one though.
Well, 4xSSAA is still better.
I can still play some older titles downsampled from 4k with my 580.
it's called NVIDIA upscaling.
Just by updating, i got a problem with the video player (media player classic)
Win 8.1 64bits
change your renderer in the options
What a load of BS. I have 780Ti SLI in two-way SLI, and I can't capture in 4K, or even 1440p. Freaking great.
I'm using Dxtory without issues so it's not that big of a problem, but it is pretty insulting to only add the much-needed feature to newer cards, when older ones are just as powerful.
These drivers are amazing for BF4, even better than 337.50. Super smooth and great SLI scaling!