Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kx11, May 27, 2020.
For me its stuck at 1350mhz idle with these drivers. 2080ti
Same here but with 1185Mhz on a 2070S, bit of a bummer but otherwise a really smooth feeling driver.
Do you have a VR headset?
Will probably be even better with a VR headset that has eye tracking, so that the highest amount of SS is applied to where you look instead of lens center.
I switched back to 450.99 and the 2080ti idle´s at 300mhz again. I guess there will be a hotfix any day
No problems with idle clock speeds here. Will do some testing though on some specific games and see how the driver performs!
I was looking forward to new drivers but apparently control panel sharpening is still broken on these...
Can't remember the last time I had to skip so many drivers but oh well, another skip.
no high idle clocks here, all seems well and stable here so far .
What apps do you have running in the background? How many monitors are connected to your graphics card?
Only one monitor (lg38gl950g). I turned off: msi afterburner, razer app, iCUE, anti malware, samsumg magican, discord, world of warcraft app. It was still the same.
No problem with 450.99 tho.
Yep same here. Stuck on 1350 on my 2080. Usually it's above 1500...defo needs a hotfix here.
Stable with clocks here too.
MSI Afterburner and Corsair iCUE running here. Only one display.
From the "What's new":
Our Game Ready Driver also provides support for Microsoft's release of the Windows 10 May 2020 update, which is now starting to roll out to users. The new Windows update brings a wide variety of new features, ranging from the GPU temperature being shown in Task Manager, to the introduction of the new DirectX 12 Ultimate graphics API.
Without WDDM 2.7, nVidia's above statement is a complete lie, as this driver does NOT provide support for build 2004, but the other way around: Windows' build 2004 brings support for old drivers.
So yes, Pinstripe's question is 100% justified.
FYI, Intel's current official stable driver has been WDDM 2.7 complaint for some time now.
Stable here, mem clocks normal... have adaptive set in CP, not performance.
So, nvidia sharpening never going back to how it was? Still broken. Last version where it worked correctly and in all games was in 442.74. Haven't tested the insider ones though. Loved using sharpening on older games.
No issues while playing a little Red Dead 2, Control, or GTA V.
No issues to report here, GPUz shows idle clock speed of 135mhz.
I only tested WoW Classic so far and all seems good.
No idle issues here with my 2080Ti.. drops to 330Mhz at idle which I believe is the expected idle for a 144Hz also running Dual-Monitor. But I did have to reboot once to get sound working again using HDMI out for audio.
Maybe @ManuelG will tell us why WDDM 2.7 isn't included?