Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by zandathrax, Jun 9, 2017.
Lots of Win10 1703 fixes in the new cumulative update, including this one:
Odd, didn't get that one yet, will have to manually download it seems. Thanks for the heads up!
Wake me up when wolfenstein or metro exodus is released then i instal a new driver, for now i stick for what i have
Cumulative updates rolls out in stages, some get them early, some as late as a week after release date. I've got it on my home machine yesterday but there's nothing yet for my office PC for example.
This option appears only if u have two or more color profiles.
Post deleted as it was in the wrong thread! Sorry! :bang:
Seeing a weird bug with this driver, not sure if it is specific to this driver though.
I've just picked up an x34a monitor and I enabled the on screen fps counter, which is built into the monitor. Which works as it should, and displays the fps, regardless of being in a game or on the desktop.
When i open up Nvidia control panel and disable Gsync for any application, and I mean any, then hit apply, the fps box instantly greys out, theres no fps number, just an empty box in the corner. I tried restarting my pc and its still displayed no number.
First I was trying to disable Gsync for Jriver media player, then I tried a game, same thing for both game profiles.
The only way to get the fps number to return to the box, is to re enable gsync for the application which I disabled it for.
Anybody else seeing this?
Update : I found this (blame Win 10 creators)
Monitor can only count fps when Gsync is active because without Gsync any monitor only knows the fps of its refresh rate.
anyone notice there is no longer option for Single display performance mode?