Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Rich_Guy, Jan 6, 2020.
I was expecting to see the driver 445-446 branches and not 441 old branches driver I am disappointed.
No WDDM 2.7 I suppose?
Hardware accelerated GPU scheduling seems to have improved frametimes somewhat, I hope we get a new WDDM 2.7 driver soon.
I'm really looking forward to see the latency results for NVIDIA'a control panel Frame Limiter...This being the only new feature that could affect my games in a positive way.
Same. I'm interested to see if it's better or at least equal to RTSS framelimiter.
"Max Frame Rate: Cap Frame Rates, Save Power, and More"
Saving Power: Enable Max Frame Rate (NVIDIA Control Panel > 3D Settings > Max Frame Rate) and set your power management mode to “Optimal Power”(NVIDIA Control Panel > 3D Settings > Power Management Mode). While in this mode, GPU frequency is reduced and uses less power. For laptop users, Max Frame Rate also works alongside with Battery Boost and Whisper Mode. If either of these modes are enabled at the same time as Max Frame Rate, the NVIDIA Control Panel will cap the framerate to the lowest of the limits.
Reducing System Latency: Enable Max Frame Rate and set your power management mode to “Prefer maximum performance” to reduce latency. While in this mode, the GPU is kept at higher frequencies to process frames as quickly as possible. To maximize latency reduction in GPU bound scenarios where FPS is consistent, set Max Frame Rate to a framerate slightly below the average FPS and turn Low Latency Mode to Ultra.
Staying in VRR Range: Set the Max Frame Rate slightly below the maximum refresh rate of your display to stay within the Variable Refresh Rate range - providing a no-tear, low system latency experience! For the smoothest, no tear experience, set the low latency mode to Ultra and turn VSYNC on.
in march when it starts being pushed via WU.
NvBackend folder. This new!
2004 if it comes out in May or June, then the driver 445-446 will come out officially.
wow really it them how many years to specify max framerate in the nvcp?
it probably the same the one we have acces to in nvidia profile inspector
Not new, been there for many versions.
Seems like there is no Standard version driver anymore?
I wonder if this drivers frame rate limiter is any different from what we already had available in inspector. If it's the same, rtss should remain the better option.
Just tried the frame limiter, it doesn't work in CSGO, rtss does.
It seems to be the same as we had before with inspector.
This means that depending on the settings it has more latency than rtss, and it's not synched to the screen refresh rate like for example scanline sync in rtss.
Nvidia limiter + fast vsync is juddery
"Reducing System Latency: Enable Max Frame Rate and set your power management mode to “Prefer maximum performance” to reduce latency. While in this mode, the GPU is kept at higher frequencies to process frames as quickly as possible. To maximize latency reduction in GPU bound scenarios where FPS is consistent, set Max Frame Rate to a framerate slightly below the average FPS and turn Low Latency Mode to Ultra."
I love how vague they are: "to reduce latency"
Did they fix devil may cry and re2 remake bug with this?
I'm using the 445 insider driver that seems to be working pretty well. The features listed as new in 441.87 are included already in the 445 build?