Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Alberto, Jun 29, 2017.
We are working with the developer to bring SLI support
What monitor make and model do you have?
Sorry for missing your question. Starting with 384.76, all GeForce cards based on Pascal, Maxwell, Kepler and Fermi will support DirectX 12. See my comment at for certain apps that will not work:
Same here but using DVI with two Acer K242HQL monitors.
Well, yes, in some cases it may be a driver or game issue which will prevent some DX12 game to work on a Fermi card. But in case of WHTW specifically it is the FL12_0 system requirement, as the game's DX12 renderer doesn't work on Keplers or GCN1 cards either.
Whilst my SLI slows windows right down to freeze sometimes.
Even with SLI off these drivers and alot of previous ones since 382.05. My screen just crashes and the only way to fix is to hard reboot.
One day after installing this driver I had a random crash during boot (fast boot), the screen went black and the system rebooted and started normally, the only error I saw in the event viewer was:
"Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
First time I have problems after updating.
I went back to 382.53 and everything is OK.
Sorry for bad english.
New Serious Sam3 Fusion update feels a bit choppy in Vulkan mode, especially with vsync on (stutter fps drops, also triple buffer gets greyed out), all ok in DX11 mode.
It says Vulkan support is in beta, but maybe it needs driver tweaks too? It looked like streaming fps drops when running across the map,
384.76 is fine for me tested on BF1 , BDO , PUBG no stutter at all .
Firestrike : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/21008144? my best . @2025/1389
Freaking terrible driver. Firefox is flickering black(much worst then the previous drivers) and game crashed hard crashed today to a black screen.
I was being deceived lol!!
So I just had another crash to desktop playing WD2.But I'd thought it was the CPU vcore before as it took a lil longer to crash this time around.Saw moaka's post of Firestrike with this driver and thought hmm haven't tried Firestrike since installing this driver so gave it a whirl and it crashed during graphics test 2.
Rebooted and tried again same result.Tried TimeSpy and it passed, tried Firestrike again it failed same spot.Lowered gpu oc from 2100mhz to 2050mhz and it passed twice lol!! Can't trust a TimeSpy lol!!
This is also true for me. Firefox was giving me blackscreens and several games were crashing that had never crashed before. Even got my first BSOD since installing Win10 at launch using these drivers. I've since gone back to 382.53 and things seem back to normal so far.
I'd been having trouble with several synthetic apps and games with these drivers and in my troubleshooting I removed all OC's. Same crashes still happened and I got tired of troubleshooting for zero gain, so I'm back on 382.53 and enjoying the normalness again.
If it happens again then I'll have no choice, gaming is smooth otherwise.
Yep, same here on my QNIX 1440p monitor overclocked to 96Hz (using DVI-D). Went back down to 382.53 where it's fine.
Same here. I have two monitors, one 170 Hz (oc), one 144 Hz - also random flickers
I open the gpu-z and i found that this flickering exists when vram goes from 1753 mhz(7012mhz effective) to 405 mhz (1620mhz effective).
Also diablo 3 has this problem because with vsync vram changes speed.
With older drivers the vram speed is always 7012 mhz , only the core speed changes.
No issue with D3.
Did you try setting Power Management Mode to Prefer Maximum Performance in Nvidia Control panel/Nvidia Inspector (for affected games or globally)?
I installed the 384.76 drivers for my GT 1030 on Windows 7 x64 and my monitor was flashing on/off. I used DDU to uninstall in Safe Mode and installed previous 382.53 and same thing.
no flashing in safe mode.
I upgraded from older AMD GPU and had removed all drivers with DDU when I installed the GT 1030 originally. had no issues until now.
about every 7-8 seconds monitor flashes off then on.
I see a quick flash of a DOS box just before the monitor starts flashing. I have disabled all I can think of at startup and no luck yet.
EDIT: I started the 4K TV that is plugged into the HDMI out and no more flickering on the monitor using DVI out. still not sure why this happens?
my call of duty infinite warfare still stuttering same as all the previous driver 384.76 384.80
and this is also 384.94 but it was running fine on 382.53 is this problem only for me on
driver stuttering on 384.76 384.80 384.94 plz help i have asus gtx 1060 6gb rog strix