Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 10, 2021.
It's weird, although I already tried the DDU in safe mode and nothing. I also tested the 471.41 driver and neither Cuda nor OpenCL detected me, only the Gpu Caps View detected PhysX. It will be a bug in windows 11 I guess.
Any plans for an FP16 fix on Ampere cards? Apparently FSR has to fallback to the slower FP32 mode on Nvidia.
EFT is definitely slower with these drivers, frame times are erratic frequently.
Tarkov has always had its issues but never had frame drops like this all the time.
i've seen gpu-z screenshots on w11 that have all these working, might be some misversioned nvcuda dll in a place it shouldn't be (or something).
try disabling the cuda gpu setting and turning it back on in nvcp.
SO, at moment i should use 471.68 (because windows 11) and disable MPO/FSO/vsync/gsync if i want low latency, right?
PS: any way i can get TRUE full screen exclusive mode for dx11?
Ampere can run FSR in both FP16 and FP32 modes but has issues with shader corruption in FP16 mode in some games using DirectX 11.
Slide 28 clarifies FSR support for FP16 and FP32 across GPU generations https://i.imgur.com/HeVatjd.jpeg
May be worth submitting feedback to Nvidia using the official form at https://forms.gle/kJ9Bqcaicvjb82SdA and include a list of games impacted.
EDIT: links corrected
nvidia is already aware of this
Good to hear. thanks for the heads up
Shouldn't disabling FSO give you true fullscreen?
Exclusive fullscreen doesnt exist in Windows 10 as far as I'm aware.
It pretends to but its not real.
I know because of FSO its not really FULLSCREEN fullscreen but I always thought disabling fullscreen optimization made the game in question exclusive fullscreen.Wish there was global way to properly disable it :/
Yeah. It isn't possible for all games, however.
Exactly, man. this is what I have been looking for a long time
I also want a global toggle option for it but I don't think microsoft is gonna bother.
Don't know if it affects a 1080 ti but renamed topps and have not touched mpo. Driver has been fine in various games I've played, image quality is crisp, no major frametime issues and everything seems tikety boo. Just on a windows 10 install, with Ryzen balanced power plan. Have to set maximum performance via NVCP or Inspector in some games but that's pretty standard tbh.Happy that the Batman issue has been fixed
@ManuelG Is Nvidia aware that DLSS versions after 2.2.6 (that was shipped with Rainbow Six Siege) show severely more smearing/trailing artifacts than the aforementioned single version?
This is strafing sidewards in Doom Eternal with DLSS Quality 2.2.6:
This is Quality with any version after 2.2.6 (e.g. most recent 2.2.16):
Whatever has been changed after 2.2.6 that makes the smearing once again similarly bad as with 2.1 versions, it should really be changed back. It seems to apply to any game, not just Doom Eternal. The smearing is by far more distracting than any minor temporal instability ever could be.
Since i can't rely on Steam users to be competent, can someone with a 16/20 series Turing gpu, test Batman:AK to see if it crashes either due to
Geforce Experience interaction
Third party tool interaction
Low Memory (8GB or less) scenario.
If no one replies by the time i can reinstall it, Ill let you know.
RTX 2060 0c'd 175 core/1000 mem
Ok going to be a min, its 65GB and im on a 30mbps dsl lol, I am installing Blessed Unleashed atm.
Working just fine here: https://i.imgur.com/im0AjiB.gif