Nvidia GeForce 364.72 WHQL driver download & discussion

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  1. Shayne

    Shayne Master Guru

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    Try EVGA LED Controller (6 megs) works on my 970 to shut bright white light off. Does not uninstall when you upgrade drivers and you can avoid installing a big blotted hunk of.

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  2. Lucifer

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    yeah, especially in SoM. Wonder what's wrong with that.
     
  3. HeavyHemi

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    Or you can run it directly. It's installed with every driver: You can run it directly from C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\YourDriverVersion\YourOsVerision \International\LEDVisualizer\NvLedVisualizer.exe
     
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    agree...
     

  5. Netherwind

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    Placebo maybe but Division feels a lot smoother (G-sync) and the average FPS seems higher and more even.
     
  6. dr_rus

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    Then maybe both of you should try just install the new drivers on top of the previous ones? Takes about a minute, no reboot required, you can still do stuff while the driver updates itself. I know, a novel feature, has been with us only since WinVista launch.

    Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 364.72
    [SLI, Tom Clancy's The Division] Frequent freezes and pauses as well as low GPU usage result in low FPS. [1744361]
     
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    I came to post the same thing. I have issues with MPC-HC and this driver and I don't use h/w acceleration for playback. I didn't have issues with .51 so I've reverted to it.
     
  8. Keesberenburg

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    Division All settings to the max at 1080p

    364.51

    avg fps 57,5
    avg cpu 44
    avg gpu 96

    364.72

    avg fps 71,5
    avg cpu 51
    avg gpu 98
     
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    Divison becnhmark doesnt say anything at all..if you did the ingame bench..
     
  10. Keesberenburg

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    Why, is it broken?
     

  11. -Tj-

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    But that boost looks nice non the less.
     
  12. Shayne

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    I do not extract there but understand. Someone mentioned that to him also.

    He was noting that he installs GE just for his cards LED and repeated this post a number of times. There are a number of option without install GE every time or even anything within the NV driver pack. Thank you but the evga flavor shuts the led off also and does not uninstall with DDU.

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    I get sometimes black screen with this driver when playing BlackOps 3. Previous driver worked fine without any problems. So back to 364.51.
     
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    Well I've tested The Division in SLI with these drivers and it's finally playable and I get a lot more FPS than single card the way it should be, no stuttering like before. Win 10 x64 2x 770 .
     
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    Wow, that's a lot. Can anyone confirm this? I mean, with a single card, not SLI config as SLI changes are mentioned in the release notes.
     

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    Very bad screen tearing when scrolling in firefox/chrome. Also dying light the following has worse pop-in compared to 362.00 drivers.

    BTW I am on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit and have Asus GTX 970.
     
  17. AsiJu

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    ^ no such issue here on Firefox, Win10 x64 Home.

    Make sure you have the newest version of Firefox.
     
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    No tearing in either Firefox or Chrome. If you didn't perform a restart after driver install do it now. If it doesn't help then check if you have h/w acceleration enabled in both browsers.
     
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    Forgot to mention that I don't run SLI right now, just single GPU.
     
  20. -Tj-

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    About popin

    Find dyinglight config.scr (one of two dyinglight folders in my documents) and open it with word pad or similar editor

    Change view distance and set both to at least 3.00.

    Ive set mine to 3.60 its the "limit" for my i7 to keep above 60fps and have very detailed distant view.

    Ps. Set it to readonly after..
     

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