Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by basco, May 17, 2011.
I saw that in inspector. Does anyone know what it does?
Imo that predefined FXAA uses some kind nv based optimization tweaks - usually uglier quality to speed things up; while Toggle FXAA uses basic technique that isn't so "optimized".
As for latency;
DPC is fine by my 250gts but yea it doesn't have idle states..
Good luck with that. And then you'll be whinging even more about the stutter in ATI cards. I'd moved over to ATI and had a HD5970 and after having it for a year couldn't wait to get rid of it, mainly due to the drivers. There was enough micro and macro stutter to cause an earthquake.
These drivers have been the best yet and are bloody brilliant compared to ATI's incompetent rubbish.
My latency hovers around 75-84 with these drivers, with Google Chrome open and listening to a podcast with WMP and Tweetdeck in the background.
Chris, I don't think you've tried doing a Google search for "ATI microstutter" and seen all the results that come up.
Try setting to 4x AA and also try 8x AA (set in game menu, not Nvidia Control Panel) to see if that improves it any.
You can try running NVidia Inspector in the background while you test and it has an icon in the upper left which will show you a performance monitor and one of the things it shows is a GPU-usage graph so leave it running in the background then when you drop out of the game go look at the graph really quick and see if the chart for your GPU-usage is spikey or flatlined and you'll probably see that either 4x AA or 8x AA gives you the best GPU-usage during gameplay.
Also put multithreadeddevice setting at 0 and in NVidia Control Panel put Threaded Optimization on Auto or Off.
Let him troll and find out how n00b AMD devs are. ^^
The 197.45 are still the best drivers for my gts 250
I keep getting "nvidia installer failed" after everytime I try and reinstall the 275.27 win7 64 drivers.
I've tried driver sweeper, safe mode. the works
I reinstalled the 270.61 drivers and they installed without a hiccup.
Win 7 64
580 3GB SLI
seems like FXAA works on Crysis2.
tested with 2 X SGSSAA. I may be wrong tho.
-These drives are beta
-AMD has worse stutter and drivers
-BlackOps is a horrid port
Have fun with that.
Samething happen to me try lowering your refresh rate before installing when i use 120hz it happens to me
Maybe a little late. But for Dual Core users, the pdf says in CPU limited cases So, if you have anything below a HD5850/GTX460 1Gb, it shouldnt do too much for you (unless it is a multiple GPU build). Since i do have a clearly CPU limited build (cuz im THAT special ) i'll test these drivers when i can
Could you please run that benchmark at 1152x864 or 1024x768? With sugar on top?
I have a question for all GTX590 users. When the cards came out i was a bit disappointed by the overall performance although i still love the card. As the drivers moved along did you guys/ladies see the improvements ?
My games feel smoother with this set of drivers. (Crysis 2, BFBC2, MOH, Brink )
hello new to forumz here
this driver is bad for GTA4 Multiplayer alot of starts and stops and banding on the reflections. every other games works fine bf2, bf2142, bfbc2, farcry 2,ut3,ut2004 and crysis
back to 266.77
FXAA will be fully supported in Battlefield: 3
I wonder if it will be supported in BC2
I've asked @repi from DICE, will post his answer asap.