Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kosta20071, Mar 8, 2016.
Plenty of TDRs with this version. I upgraded from 362.00 and never had a TDR with that version.
Please narrow it down.
Are you able to reliably reproduce?
Does it occur in 3D mode? If so, what game? is physX supported? if so, try changing physX processor to CPU.
Does it occur while browsing? What browser? Is hardware acceleration enabled? If so, try to disable it.
Is anything overclocked? If so, undo the overclock.
Does it occur with a specific program?
Find .DMP file and email to nVidia driverfeedback to review.
This guy knows what he says.
It's just random since installing the new drivers. I have only played Diablo 3 since installing and it didn't happen while playing. It happened while just in windows 10 64bit. No specific program caused it. And nothing is overclocked. It's definitely just the crappy driver. No issues with the previous version.
Guys, I keep my GPU at 1450MHz (1500 is the maximum i reached for benchmarking), and until now I had no issues at all, no artifacts and no crashes, it was 100% stable. I could say my OC was pretty conservative, I always kept an eye on temps, which were totally within the range, and there is no overvolting applied. After updating to these drivers the card didn't work properly anymore, even at stock speeds. I am no fool and i know what to do when OC'ing. On the other hand, I really don't know what happened but it looks weird that after only three months the card's already dead, or close to that. Never had such an experience.
I heard Nvidia is revising their control panel in one of their next drivers like AMD did it with crimson.
Where? What else are they bringing with next driver set?
German forum. A user asked if nvidia plans to revise the control panel with more functions etc. and Blaire (AMD employee) answered "let yourself be surprised". I think thats proof enough
That's not proof at all. It's more of an acknowledgement that he doesn't know.
I wouldn't expect NV to do anything with CPL at the moment as their main driver workforce is likely being tasked with DX12, Vulkan and Pascal drivers development. Not the best time to spread out resources on a new CPL.
but i don't face any TDR anymore. other that got TDR can try since no harm.
What can they add to CP?
They better work on performance improvements, although 362.00 excels at it.
Better descriptions for some of the 3D settings, there is still some uncertainty whether their only work on OpenGL or global, maybe bring back the old updater and add Shadowplay to it instead of GFE.
I think the interface is fine as it is, everything has it owns category and its easy to use but it could be faster, it still freezes for a few seconds when trying to change settings.
Also make so that Shadowplay can work without an internet connection, I don't even know why internet is a requirement for it to work.
My issue is different , my clock randomly when the computer is idle the max clock is 658.5 mhz and I need to use Nvidia Inspector overclocking just clicking APPLY clocks without actual overclock.
Which driver fix the issue ?
Asus 970 have new bios might you have to update it
Theses have a mouse glitch for me with ie 11.0.10240 (win 10) when accessing the favorites pane. I Modded the inf and installed Quadro 364.51 and no such glitch. Does anyone else have this glitch with these GeForce driver?
These have worked perfectly fine for me. Still have a 680 GTX. Not saying everyone having problems are imagining things, but I read a lot of silly stuff in tech forums.
Great driver for me, plays fine. And my DVD rips that I watch look very good to. Alot of times, some that play good look crappy with my video files, but this 1 is nice.
Had to roll back to 362.00 since the Netflix app would seemingly, randomly hard lock my system when streaming Netflix. Not even an error log in Windows.
I seem to be getting screen tearing when scrolling through my games library in steam with these drivers. Is anyone else getting the same thing?