Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by JAMVA, Feb 14, 2017.
Did driver removal with DDU V184.108.40.206 and clean install with no problems.
do you guys think the frametime/latency is ok in this one ?!
vsync is enabled btw
980TI physx issue
Thanks for the heads up on the physx issue for 980ti. I only could find reference to older post (2015 and older) and thought it was a gpuz bug.
These new ones defaulted physx to cpu on my install just checked.
Yes 1000 ms / 60 fps = 16.7 ms per frame
16.7ms = 60Hz
If you want less latency, you'd have to go 120/144Hz
You have a TXP to play at 60FPS??? Ahem, that is beside the point. Are you at 4k? Are you using an HDMI cable? Do you get any stutter even while using Vsync? If everything is just right you should be able to sit at 60.0 instead of 59.8 with Vsync.
I dunno, I've been watching at it for five minutes now and nothing's moving in it - seems to be a clear driver latency issue.
There are few benches which do use, but mostly you will need to compile own one
At moment LuxMark or LuxRender still is on OpenCL 1.2 or earlier and not sure when they release new suite
You can try this
Plus there few others like Phoronix Test Suite and few others which you can find over GPUOpen
Hope this helps
i don't know how the game locked 60hz when i set vsync on !!
i'll try again
HA ! :infinity:
i enabled dx12 +Async and it's gone , i get 120hz refresh rate
Interesting. I'll keep that in mind for later.
This driver in bulletstorm has black squares in place of blood.
And the black shadows are corrupted.
After update this driver, R6 Siege start crashing. Reinstall with DDU doesnt help me.
In logs i see "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." Great Nvidia! Very nice!
I play too R6S and dont have any crash, u use any type of overlay? like Rivatuner or EVGA Precision? Try to disable them before start the game.
And my friends of Guru`s 3D forum, i have tested this new driver, and as aways i created subs in english to help u, follow the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcoGm9V-ckE
Nope, i dont use any overlay. Thx for the video, but i still have crash on 368.69 too...eh. :cry:
I seem to have much smoother and higher frame rates in Rainbow Six Siege with this driver set compared to the previous two WHQL sets. Very happy with nVidia at the moment. Especially since my friends all have AMD and get the infinite loading screen which I have never experienced.
@pato9 this driver performance is better for pascal users but i think 368.69 is more suitable for maxwell users & so far this driver should equivalent with 368.69 too.
Probably none at all, but I just want a driver to run without issues, not really worth bothering with the 10 minute process for no gain and a potential bug introduced. Never change a running system unless you can get something out of it:
That's why I bought two :banana:
There are always bugs in every driver you use. What matter is how relevant these bugs to things you do.