NVIDIA GeForce 451.48 WHQL Drivers: Download & Discussion

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  1. NEP6XSBW

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    None yet. I wouldn't be surprised to see Control being one of the first to support it, though. They are usually on the cutting edge.
     
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  2. FranciscoCL

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    Hello. Does anyone know if these new drivers give the option of 10bit output via HDMI?
     
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  4. Terepin

    Terepin Master Guru

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    Or you can kill it in Task Manager and thus restarting it.
     

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    Any benches comparing hardware scheduling on vs off?
     
  6. Terepin

    Terepin Master Guru

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    The screen tearing in apps that aren't GPU accelerated (such as Windows Explorer) is still there.
     
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    Tested Detroit and Jedi: Fallen Order with this driver, and both games run great. Fallen Order does feel a bit smoother and more responsive with HAGS enabled.
     
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    It's a way the best whql Nvidia driver since a long time, a little bit better than 451.22 in performance, still didn't bench HAGS, and more games, i'll report when it's done :)
     
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    Should we use DDU before installing these or can we install on top of 451.22?
     
  10. windrunnerxj

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    Is Geforce Experience dead or something?
     

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    i recommend ddu first always fam
     
  12. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    The only issue I experienced in the games I tested with the previous stable and excellent v451.22 developer driver was Divinity Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition running at 10 fps (although, oddly, the Classic version ran fine on the same driver) so it is great news that it is fixed already.

    What is a bit concerning though is the number of unresolved issues, some of which go back months such as the Forza Motorsport 7 graphical bug with kerbs. That has been listed as a bug for many months now so I am surprised it hasn't been fixed yet.
     
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    NiColaoS Master Guru

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    Yesterday I bought an MSI M/B Z390 Tomahawk ( special offer only 130€ from 190€ while in my country hardware is exceptionally expensive ) along with 2 970 EVO Plus SSDs. Did a clean install of Windows 2004. Previous driver was working great but hadn't had support for Hardware Scheduling and generally the new features.

    Let's hope they're gonna be stable. If I need to disable anything related, like Game Mode or something, please, let me know. Thank you in advance.

    P.S. 1: And I'm pretty sure this supports WDDM 2,7, right?

    P.S. 2: I guess the DDU utility at this instance is mandatory in my opinion, especially for those who haven't had 450.xxx.

    The last week Nvidia Control Panel got 2 updates within Windows Store. From 9.1.956.0 to 9.1.957.0 and now 9.1.958.0. Nevertheless, I encountered no problem anyway.

    Out of curiosity, ASRock M/B? Mine couldn't shut down properly. After the command, fans will still working etc. Searched on the web and many have such problems with cheap ASRock M/Bs.

    For you information, when you will enable Hardware Scheduling, you're gonna need restart in order to start working.
     
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  14. Terepin

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    Right.
     
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    Yeah
     

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    It does.


    edit: you guys are fast
     
  17. ManuelG

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    No. Pascal and higher.
     
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    anyone registered any performance increase with that acceleration on?
     
  19. BetA

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    just a quick question from an curious User here...

    What is teh technical reason that the "Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling" only works with Pascal and higher and not Maxwell for example..
    Im just interessted in the techical side of things and hope this can be answered :)

    Best Regards
     
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    You can also create shortcuts on your desktop for shutdown or restart. Quicker than accessing start menu for that. Type location/path of new shortcut as follows:

    Shutdown: C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s -t 00
    Restart: C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -r -t 00
     

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