Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by EdKiefer, Dec 2, 2020.
I think Cyberpunk 2077 is the most hyped game of this decade let alone this year.
Additionally, Nvidia claims its feature will work equally well with Intel and AMD processors and can use the PCIe 3.0 bus, while AMD has already said that its solution requires an AMD Ryzen 5000 series processor, X570 motherboard, and Radeon RX 6000 GPU to work.
Why Ampere only? Because if this is Nvidia supporting re-sizable BAR, or even something similar, I don't think Ampere has such special hw so that pre-Ampere GPUs could not be supported.
And I am not asking because I am desperate for few fps in selected games. Is just that Nvidia has not been artificially limiting anything for quite some time.
Might need a BIOS upgrade which would complicate pre-Ampere support.
Yeah and I think people are delusional by sayings its graphics are great. They looked good many years ago when first showing off the game but at this point that level of graphics is not very impressive. In fact the character models look very outdated with janky looking arms, expressionless faces, poor lip syncing and flat out garbage animations.
no issues here, at least for what i play, everything is working as intended or at least i hope so.
Do you have a Riser cable?
I'm not too deep into this. So I can't say for sure. But it feels like...
Has anybody else problems with GeForce Experience? It says it can't find any Game Settings. It worked on the previous .30.
It isn't that important. As GeForce Experience isn't that usefull in my eyes. I just wanted to mention it.
Nvidia drivers have caused BSODs before with Youtube. nutjobs were telling me it was my power supply when it happened to me in the past but going back to previous driver fixed it and then going back to that driver caused it again. even using DDU did not help with that driver at the time. and I do not use a riser card or have anything out of the ordinary about my pc. the few BSODs I have ever had on Windows 10 were all the fault of Nvidia drivers.
YT bsods are also commonly caused by bad risers too.
It won't be Ampere only.
WOW! Have not seen dr_rus` posts for a long time...
It'll definitely be RTX only
No, I dont have a riser.
Where did these claims come from? All you can find on the internet is that it's in development for Ampere.
enable kernel dumps and reproduce it, then upload it compressed (7z) to google drive, mail a link to ManuelG at firstname.lastname@example.org
also save a dispdiag.exe dump and send that too.
@ManuelG As I don't see other ways to ask for methodology of this, I am sorry to ping you here in this thread, but highly appreciate any replies. In this database: https://github.com/NVIDIA/Reflex-Latency-Analyzer-Mouse-Database/ you guys report the input lag tests that have been done with Nvidia Reflex in your lab. But it sadly does not tell anything about firmware implementations. E.g. could any company that reports the values to Nvidia Reflex using the firmware, manipulate the data?
What about Nvidia Smart Access Memory? https://www.tweaktown.com/news/7623...memory-like-amds-new-rdna-2-coming/index.html
Are you asking why it is taking so long?
If so I am pretty sure Nvidia might do checks on most popular apps/games to make sure there no regression in performance with larger memory access. Maybe they can tune each app, not sure about that, but that is my guess, it will come.
I'm running a 3080. But got HAGS on and no problems strangely.
I dont see the reason of this driver, if Cyberpunk Ready Driver its coming soon btw.
[NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPU]: Blue-screen crash may occur upon waking from sleep.
That would be considered a major bug and needs to be fixed ASAP.