Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by zandathrax, Jun 9, 2017.
Oops my bad.
i use a ICC profile for my monitor and don't have that option. I install using this method https://pcmonitors.info/articles/using-icc-profiles-in-windows/ . The ICC profile is always shown as the default profile in colour management and never changes am i missing something here ?
This is also what I do along with an icc profile provided by tft. No option like that here either.
These things are running BF1 really well. They're smoother than the last set and minimum fps looks like it's higher. I am pleased.
Edit: Never mind.,.....i was wrong
well i don't have it , and i have a custom icc profile .....
Dolby Vision is broken in this driver, black screen but turns on Dolby Vision Signal, rollback to .13
@archie123 Click Advanced > Change system defaults... > "Color Management - System Defaults" > 'choose the ICC profile you desire' > click Advanced > Reload current calibration
P.S. Tick 'Use Window display calibration'
This language does not exist on this (fresh clean) install.
Indeed, what I mean is just pick any profile you want.
Yes thats how i installed my current profile but for the life of me its now showing under display ha ha , reload current calibrations is greyed out?
edit nvm , followed your link found out how there still not showing in display though
Any idea if HDR fixed in ME:A
@archie123 That's weird. My procedure is installed the graphics driver then straightaway reboot without editing anything. After that, I'll install my Dell monitor driver & visit "Color Management" to add my custom ICC profiles as default.
Last 4 drivers bug. Windows 7 64-bit, right click desktop, context control panel crash. Control panel inaccessible. Back to 378.92.
I too beboot before making any changes even if it is not totally necessary. I usually don't have problems. With all the new tech in things there are bound to be a few now and then.
I for one am glad Nvidia has telemetry even if I disable it. They needed it. Users needed it even if they don't want it. It was obvious from reading theses forums all the time.
I'm definitely not having these issues.
So far driver seems like all the rest with my current large crop of games I'm playing. Good. No problems. Install is going perfectly.
WIN7x64 Pro + GTX 950 here and not having that problem either. I've been staying on 376.60 for a good while now just because of the telemetry and driver bloat nonsense. Figured I'd give this set a run. So far no problems.
You can delete all that bloat and telemetry before installing the driver
Just leave these
Like it or not Telemetry is needed for GPUs. Being against it is senseless because all you have to do is go to services to turn it off. Not accusing you of anything for sure, but the uproar over this feature is completely ridiculous.
People whine and bitch to the moon and treat the driver team like **** and Nvidia goes **** it we are tired of working with nothing to find something we are putting in a bit of telemetry to make drivers better people cry and go OMG my privacy even though the damn switch to turn it off is a second away LOL.
There is no bloat at all. I literally install Driver, Sound, and Physx cleanly every time without problems. But that does not mean we should not be vigilant. Of course we should be. The minute Nvidia tries to pull some **** like forcing Experience is the minute we riot. :eatme::chainsaw2:
went from 144 to 140 fps in PUBG load screen (Game is capped at 144). General fps dropped around 3% too
not a good driver.
Back to 382.33 These messed with firefox, I mean it was painfully slow. Even when trying to delete an email it took forever to complete. Only think I did was update to these so switched back and all good again. Nice and snappy.