NVIDIA GeForce 512.59 WHQL driver download & Discussion

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  1. ibizadr

    ibizadr Member Guru

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    One friend have crashes when drop from plane in warzone. He updates gpu driver and windows 11 last update. This problem was related to gpu driver or windows update? Anyone experienced this?
     
  2. dexterav

    dexterav Member Guru

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    try older drivers...
     
  3. Memorian

    Memorian Ancient Guru

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    Warzone is fine here, latest drivers + Win11(latest CU). Maybe he has HAGS enabled ?
     
  4. MaXeLL

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    Yeah you're right! :D if i had known that i would have done it :confused:

    On topic, for me everything works fine, the driver seams stable, I tried it with The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe and Forza Horizon 4/5, all smooth.
     

  5. PetritH

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    Wait... you have HAGS disabled?
     
  6. n\/Cl34r

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    It ran perfectly fine earlier today for several hours, then i got several nvlddmkm crashes when i was trying to launch games just now, then really scary "my 3080 better not by dying right now" heavy DLAA artifacts in a DX12 game. HAGS and rebar on. Reverted to 512.15, games dont instantly die anymore
     
  7. Stevebutabi

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    Does HAGS actually do anything positive now?
     
  8. Sylencer

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    HAGS made my desktop and in general performance feel a lot quicker and responsive. Yet, I face the issue that the bottom of my screen on 2/3 of my screens are tearing on the same place when scrolling (on documents or in any web browser). It even is on recordings to test if my display was dying. Haven't had the time to turn off HAGS, but I will soon and check if the issue still persists.
     
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  9. aufkrawall2

    aufkrawall2 Ancient Guru

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    No new issues so far with this driver here, HAGS "tearing" issue is gone for me since Windows 11.
     
  10. AuerX

    AuerX Master Guru

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    Ran a bit of No Man's Sky, Hardspace Shipbreaker, Amid Evil, Overwatch and some target practice in KovaaK's.

    No issues whatsoever.
     
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  11. Stevebutabi

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    I turned it off when I installed windows 11 and noticed it was on by default back in October. I should probably try it again and see what it does for my system now.

    No problems with these drivers also.
     
  12. XantaX

    XantaX Master Guru

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    I had never issues with HAGS enabled on Windows 11 and also on 22H2, I never seen tearing
     
  13. AdamNortonUK

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    Those having issues with DDU in safe mode with it flickering is because explorer keeps crashing, I have had the issue for numerous drivers, sometimes it's fine, sometimes it's not, but that is what is happening, it's a windows issue and not a NVidia or DDU issue.

    I've managed to fix it sometimes by ending the explorer in Task Manager but you have to be quick to end the task before it crashes and restarts itself which is quite tricky to do.

    You can also get around it by using the arrow keys to quickly select the GPU and then NVIDIA in DDU but again its tricky as you have only has less than a second to do either method.
     
  14. Cave Waverider

    Cave Waverider Ancient Guru

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    Uninstall the buggy 2022-04 Cumulative Windows Update KB5012643 and you should be good.
     
  15. BlackNova92

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    actually curious if rebar made a difference, also if it's not fully supported for titles like overwatch, kind of want to test that at some point.
     

  16. Memorian

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    Yes, no point in using it since it only cause issues.
     
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  17. aufkrawall2

    aufkrawall2 Ancient Guru

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    I think it shouldn't.
     
  18. XantaX

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    Patience MS comes with a fix very soon they admitted the bug.
    The DDU v18.0.5.0 release makes no difference.

    Using the arrow keys quickly makes it a sort of game in safe mode Imo LOL
     
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    It's already fixed through KIR: Windows 11 known issues and notifications | Microsoft Docs (Known Issue Rollback)
     
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  20. TheDeeGee

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    472.84 still seems to be the smoothest for Unreal Engine, atleast on my GTX 1070.
     
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