Nvidia GeForce Beta 275.27

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by basco, May 17, 2011.

  1. Kinleyb

    Kinleyb Master Guru

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    Best Drivers to date for 580 SLI! All games look amazing and Performance is Great! Thumbs up Nvidia!:thumbup:
     
  2. TheHunter

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    hehe tnx u 2:), it should be here tomorrow 4pm or on friday morning ^^

    @ Aveon
    cool, yea i remember you had some issues with SplinterCell good to hear it finally works for you too :nerd:
     
  3. Shadowboricua

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    At max settings:

    Before 275.27
    FPS: 47.5

    After 275.27
    FPS: 47.5

    Unchanged.

    Have not done other benchmarks. However, I think that Bad Company 2 does feel very smooth now. Not a big difference. Will report when I run more benchmarks.
     
  4. maleficarus™

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    Runs smoother for me too. Other drivers I was getting imput lag, these drivers fixed that...
     

  5. tvavra

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    Can someone try this driver in call of duty 2? I have steady 250fps(for mp) but the screen is little lagy and it looks like 30hz refresh rate. With 270.73 is everthing fine
     
  6. floop

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    Anyone else notice weird flickering shadows in DA2 with these drivers?
    I went back to 270.61 and the problem goes away. Weird..
     
  7. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    Install MSI Afterburner and use a custom fan profile. I'm using it for my GTX 580 and my temperatures during Witcher 2 haven't exceeded 72 C with 99% GPU usage. I have the fan profile set to 40% until the card hits 40 C then it increases 1% for each 1 C rise in temperature. Even at 70% speed the fan on my card is fairly inaudible over the low-level noise of my case fans.
     
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  8. eddieveenstra

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    Guess you don't know about Sandy Bridge and the overclockability of it. They can be overclocked that far with stock cooling (in some cases).
     
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    anyways.......
     
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    Hey, thanks... Thought I was the only one. Hope this gets fixed in the next release. Other than this issue, it's great for other games?
     
  12. maleficarus™

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    5GHz? not likely, 4 to 4.5? sure, I myself am 4GHz. I don't care if god himself blessed the chip, 2GHz over stock clocks is not a breeze and certianly not 100% stable 24/7...
     
  13. krazyq

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    hey my 3dmark06, vantage and 7 stopped working all of a sudden, getting system info error,
    not sure if this driver install did this, not sure how it would but anyone have any idea why?
     
  14. Mufflore

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    5GHz and higher is easy with some chips.
    You could research things before posting y'know.
    Jealous much?
     
  15. Dublin_Gunner

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    I havent had that happen but that is a futuremark component. Reinstall should fix it or apply the latest patches for each again.
     

  16. NiColaoS

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    Can you please show me a screenshot of the diagram you use, like this: [​IMG]

    If I press "user defined" and let it as is, would be ok? I'm not familiar at all with that function and want to be careful.
     
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  17. TheHunter

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    this..

    btw Maleficarus he has a "golden" chip i saw his benchmarks and OC capabilities, if yours cant handle it doesn't mean others suck too..

    dont judge the book by its cover. :nerd:


    anyway lets stay on topic.
     
  18. Mkilbride

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    So, should I download these drivers over 270.61 TESLA driver?
     
  19. TheHunter

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    If all games run fine then stick with it, i had to test these because all 270.xx drivers had bugged AA with RE5, anything over 2xaa made blurred image, now its finally fixed with these and on top of that they have the same smoothness as Tesla.
     
  20. KingCobra

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    Well I installed this on 3 systems. One with 8800gtx's in sli, one with 460se's in sli, and one with a 560ti. Whats odd is the one with the old 8800's seemed to have had the most improvement. Might have something to do with the dual core running that system but it is definitely smoother than it was. The other two are running great as well although I didn't see any huge jumps in framerates. Also just purchased the Witcher2 and will test it later on all the systems above and report back.
     

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