Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by khanmein, Oct 12, 2018.
GF 411.70 is "my system" best driver ,most stable for window 1809 .
Shader model 6.3 adds support for DirectX12 Raytracing (DXR)
DX12 VS DX11 in"my system " gaming experience is the same
and at 4k game setting ,
/ FIRESTRIKE ULTRA
REALLY THE SAME.
Try the quadro drivers that just came out. Not sure what they changed but I get my best scores yet on my 2080ti.
Will do , which one please , like this one R415 U1 (416.30) , post so.
Yes that's the one.
I've got flickering/artifacting in Wticher 3 with:
On GTX 1080.
Just installed 399.24-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql and it's fixed.
I guess owners of Pascal GPU's are to throw away their GPU's and buy IT JUST WORKS MIRACLE CARDS from Nvidia.
I guess Pascal gimping down performance has begun with 4xx.xx driver family.
GG Nvidia KEEP THEM COMING!
On "my system" the 411.70 is the most sable . 416.16 was a nightmare , so far 416.34 ,well the jury is still out .
399.24 on my system was OK.
Nvidia Control Panel *Not Responding
Can set a Custom Resolution; unable to apply one; as below:
Last good driver 411.70-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql with GTX 1080 Ti
Windows 10 Pro 64bit Version 1803 OS build 17134.345
Why always this discussion. I don't understand that... You always have fluctuations in performance with new drivers, especially when a new GPU generation is released because driver programming is compicated... Also jayztwocents and linus talked about this topic. In long term view it´s simply not true.
Both LTT & JTC or others can't be trusted which included GN as well. This has happened in every industry, if the newer product is released, the older products will be gimped, if not who going to buy the new stuff. I hope you don't be blindfolded or watching too much without making any common sense.
I treated those videos as entertainment or learned something from them, but at the end of the day, they're just doing legit business to feed their family so I don't blame them. Honesty is the best policy, but this doesn't mean you'll be rich or successful so you feel me?
Try the quadro drivers. Best so far. I'd expect the improvements to be implemented into the next driver but until then, give the quadro driver a try if you don't want to wait.
That´s defenetly true, but the most discussions to this topic going way to far in my opinion. Thinking about Intel meltdown scandal, when performance gimping for older products is such a "big problem", why is "nobody" talking (trade press, etc.) about it? Nvidia can´t "buy" everyone.. You know what i mean? But i exactly can understand your position...
What you said is true also, but YouTubers didn't mention a single crap related to G-Sync as well.
What do you mean with "single related crap to g-sync". That it is broken in borderless mode with the last couple of drivers?
Witcher 3 flickering is supposedly fixed in the next upcoming driver.
playing sniper elite 4 on upscaled mode with gfe, i get a hard lock, screen goes black and my second monitor wallpaper goes a purpley black colour. Not sure if its the game or the driver / new upscaling method?
Because I installed all drivers mentioned in my previous post last night and only 399.24-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql works properly.
I don't need any TechTube Jesus Nvidia paid reviewer to tell me that there are no issues when I can observed them quite clearly on my own.
I don't care what Nvidia or said shill TechTubers think that's their own prerogative, I am simply sharing this with the consumers (you guys) so that you don't accidental freak out thinking that your GPU's (hardware) are going bad.
I thought my GPU or memory is physically degrading seeing artifacts/flickering in Witcher 3 and Rise of The Tomb Raider.
It is only realistic to expect them to boost performance on their IT JUST WORKS cards with every subsequent driver release and not further optimize the Pascal Architecture performance.
Unfortunately for Pascal owners, this comes at a cost since their new IT JUST WORKS architecture drivers are degrading performance on the previous generation cards.
Lastly, planned obsolescence is an integral part of all technology on the market today, how else would you go out and buy IT JUST WORKS cards and finance Jensen Huang's new Mansion, Yacht or an Oldsmobile collection?
Planned Obsolescence happens anyway regardless of any driver gimping that may or may not happen, by virtue of the fact that games become more & more demanding over the years and due to the previous architecture being slower than the latest - they don't need to gimp drivers of old cards in order to create obsolescence, nor to stimulate the demand for new cards. It's been proven in many places that driver gimping of previous architecture doesn't happen. If they were to gimp drivers of the previous architecture it would only sway customers away from NVidia rather than towards. I suppose it's possible that newly released games don't get as much driver attention/optimisation on previous gen cards (and we can't really ever prove/know that because no comparisons), but they don't gimp gaming performance on titles that have already been released during that older generation's reign.