NVIDIA GeForce 451.48 WHQL Drivers: Download & Discussion

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  1. Himitsu

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    For some reason as soon as I installed the driver I could see 2 options under windows graphics elements, I don`t know their names in english but something like hardware acceleration and something about refresh rating. Now, after a reboot, there is only the hardware thing... Anyone with that problem?
     
  2. X7007

    X7007 Ancient Guru

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    NV HDR mode doesn't work. it doesn't show HDR mode, it only Enters HDR but colors are still SDR with Potplayer+Madvr. I enabled Hardware GPU Scheduling.

    Windows HDR works correctly..... Another bug again Nvidia......


    BUG : NV HDR Doesn't work, Colors are incorrect even though it Enters HDR mode.
    Workaround : OS HDR works correctly showing right colors

    Please Release HOTFIX
     
  3. NiColaoS

    NiColaoS Master Guru

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  4. cyberfredxxx

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    hi guys , I ve just installed the driver on my rig ( Win 10 2004 uptodate , 2080) and it seems gpu hardware scheduling is not enabled :( ( we can see this under gpu-z , advanced tab , WDDM) , any ideas ? my WDDM is 2.7 under gpu-z
     

  5. NiColaoS

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    It might be that with WDDM2,7 it's working more efficiently, not more powerful. Time will tell.
     
  6. squalles

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    Zero difference on f1 2019 in dx12
     
  7. windrunnerxj

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    It's disabled by default, you have to enabled it manually in display settings -> graphics settings.
     
  8. cyberfredxxx

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  9. windrunnerxj

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    Were Developer Settings in Control Panel (DCH) enabled by default for anyone else in this driver or DDU failed to clean up the system properly?
     
  10. acbluflame

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    So I tried the dev drivers (450.99 & 451.22), then ran DDU, then back to official (446.14) a week or so ago, then installed these and my HAGS setting was already enabled. I don't know if HAGS is actually on, or the setting is 'on' but lying to me in windows settings & GPU-Z...
     

  11. PhazDelta

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    Good driver damn it RDR2 Vulkan Api hardware-accelerated scheduling ON

    New driver
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    Old driver
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  12. Im_Special

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    Wow initial benches seem like these are a keeper! Might even say good job Nvidia.
     
  13. peteli

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    HDR works fine, it's just madvr that doesn't know what to do with how Nvidia changed the HDR code in the drivers. If it's like the 451.22, NVHDR activates the Windows HDR option instead of running its own code.
     
  14. skoprowski

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    Not sure if this is a placebo or not but installed these new drivers and turned on GPU scheduling and Modern Warfare is running the smoothest it has ever been on the PC. Seemed to dramatically decrease PC controller input lag and got a slight framerate boost too.
     
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  15. jbscotchman

    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    Nice! Bada bing bada boom, installed and running smooth.
     

  16. NiColaoS

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    Guys, sorry for the noobish question, what do you mean when you say HAGS?

    Are you talking about the Hardware Scheduling or something else?
     
  17. Herochild

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    Do game ready drivers also include the fixes and optimizations from studio drivers? Since it would be a little silly to have to swap drivers depending on if you were doing image editing or playing a game, I would assume they do, but confirmation would be nice.
     
  18. acbluflame

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    Yep: Hardware-Accelerated GPU Scheduling
     
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  19. CapKrunch

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    Yes HAGS = Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling
     
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  20. ManuelG

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    Can you share more details?
     

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