Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Alberto, Nov 26, 2018.
No issues here.
can anyone tell me how this compare to last drivers on gtx1080 for BF5?
No issues here apart from the false Memory data rate being 60785360 Gbps....
It seems these drivers are having trouble with color Space and always display as RGB Full for me, which my TV doesn't like very much. Switching to limited in the Nvidia control panel doesn't seem to do anything. 416.xx drivers don't have this problem.
These drivers seems better in Shadow of the Tomb Raider. With previous one, I couldn't play in dx12 no matter the settings. With these, I played for over 30 minutes, and had no issues.
Cleared up the flickering on my monitors that was driving me insane trying to fix...
Every time I get a new GPU, I get a little issue like that that makes me think hardware is defective, it's so annoying! Last time with the 1080Ti it was VR getting a microstuttering issue, GTX680 vsync didn't work properly...
Driver is very good! It finally fix "2423614-GK104/GM107/GK110: HDMI at 4K@60hz may show green screen. 4K@30Hz ok." I can now use my 750Ti PCs on 4k monitors.
For my system ,Performance is equal to 416.94 ,with no issue's.
417.01 says NGX 1.2.5 ... my current driver 416.64 says NGX 1.3.0
NGX is just for RTX stuff, right?
Yeah, NGX is for Turing. How did you check the version?
It tells you when you press custom driver install, in the list of components. I'm sure there's another way to check, but that's what I noticed.
Memory is properly reported on my end
Nice and best driver for me! Excellent color for HDR content ( samsung Qled 7Fam), nice performance on SOTTR, Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
I installed this driver last night and straight away noticed that after restarting my PC, as I always do after installing new drivers, that many websites were failing to load in Edge, including Guru3D.com. At first I thought it was my Internet connection playing up but the speed test shows the correct up and down speeds (35 / 420 Mbps). I then tried Chrome and Firefox and they both work fine so the issue is specific to Edge.
I have just read through the v417.01 Driver thread over on the GeForce.com forum and it seems that others are reporting the same issue and that reverting to the previous v416.94 driver fixes it. How does this kind of thing even crop up in a display driver? How can it prevent websites from loading in Edge only?
I also have the misreported memory data rate bug as well under NVIDIA control panel > System Information > Display which shows a long string of numbers, sometimes with a minus sign in front, and different figures each time I check!
PC: i7-4770K, 16 GB, GTX 1080 Ti, Windows 10 Pro v1809 Build 17763.165
Does it mean that color was different with other driver?
Interesting thing i noticed - in all previous drivers the color scheme default was set to limited and i had to select nvidia color setting->full
but with this the default is already Full...
Yes, with or without hdr. Much better.
I have Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18282
I was about to skip this driver but it sounds tempting. Also, reddit kids are claiming that while average framerates are lower, low frametimes got better. Maybe somebody could evaluate?
Are these drivers any good for battlefield 5 ?