NVIDIA GeForce 441.87 WHQL: Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Rich_Guy, Jan 6, 2020.

  1. vestibule

    vestibule Master Guru

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    I find these drivers to be excellent. Well pleased with image quality and performance. I wont be changing these drivers anytime soon. :) Yay.
     
  2. Cyberdyne

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    Real latency testing or statements like "i feel this way"?
     
  3. Astyanax

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    reddit isn't the best place to reference for factual testimony.
     
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  4. Nastya

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    Merely providing a counterpoint to above claim "it seems to be the same".
    Without detailed testing, everything will be anecdotal. Waiting for a Battlenonsense video.
     
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  5. squalles

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    You need check on beta and archieved drivers to select standard version to download
     
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    Interesting, I got the download from geforce.com and it converted me to DCH. Was surprised when saw the Win10 popup about the nvidia control panel being installed. Things seem fine so far. lol
     
  8. n3v3rm1nd

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    Only NVIDA could make the fps limiter so annoying to set up. First the limiter, then set high performance and then ULL.

    Edit: Just tested it out. The tearline at 60hz is OOF, much better on RTSS.

    Latency wise I have no idea. I'm super sensitive to input lag but I can't figure it out if it's better or worse. Gotta wait for someone to test it with external tools.

    I would really like some hardware level implementation of a frame limiter that is fast and easy to setup as RTSS can create issues and is blocked by FIveM btw, so this is an alternative as I don't have to use the old one for it.
     
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  9. HeavyHemi

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    They either have separate settings or you'd need another control applet with the combined settings similar to Sharpening/Scaling.
     
  10. squalles

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    Working fine on cs go here
     

  11. n3v3rm1nd

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    Okay so I did a couple back to back tests and I can literally not say which is best. My gut sometimes says the NVIDIA one feels better.Can slightly higher delay feel better as me interpreting it as smoother?.

    I think I'm going to use it for a couple of days and hope NVIDIA can further improve it. Driver limiter on par or better than RTSS? Would be nice. No more fiddling when a game doesn't get captured by OBS and me having to add system dlls (which works really good) to delay injection as there is no global toggle for that.
     
  12. Cave Waverider

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    Not likely. The 441.87 drivers are newer.
     
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    Same here. Ran a quick test at an arbitrary FPS limit, on a timedemo, and it limited just fine.
     
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    Does any difference energy settings or latency settings when i use vsync off with frame limit? Because latency settings are pre render frames and it only works with vsync on right? And energy? Well, i never feel any difference about energy settings in smootherness or anything else
     
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    It is a misconception that the new Latency Ultra setting in CP is just pre-rendered frames re-worded.
     

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    Both pre-rendered frames and the new ultra low latency work with vsync off. That's what he's asking.
     
  17. Shakey_Jake33

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    Glad to see the fps limiter. I'm constantly faffing around with ini files in some older games to get them to just lock to my refresh.
     
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    But about re engine its the bug solved?
     
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    they still haven't been able to reproduce it.
     
  20. Cyberdyne

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    "Can't reproduce the issue" is company speak for "not sure this issue actually exists".
     
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