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Nvidia GeForce Beta 275.27

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

  1. Infinity7_00

    Infinity7_00 Banned

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    Driver comparison testing
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    NVidia Control Panel Settings:
    Max Pre-rendered frames 3
    Single display performance mode
    Power Management Prefer Maximum Performance
    Texture Filtering High Quality
    Threaded Optimization On
    Vsync Off


    Heaven Benchmark 2.5 with DirectX 9
    16x Anistropic
    Ambient Occlusion disabled

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    Scores-MinFPS-AvgFPS-MaxFPS
    2792 - 59.4 - 110.8 - 213.9 - Tesla 270.61 no AA 1st run
    2790 - 59.4 - 110.8 - 214.3 - Tesla 270.61 no AA 2nd run
    2784 - 59.6 - 110.9 - 214.7 - GeForce 270.61 no AA 1st run
    2798 - 59.6 - 111.1 - 214.6 - GeForce 270.61 no AA 2nd run
    2793 - 59.5 - 110.9 - 214.4 - Quadro 270.73 no AA 1st run
    2792 - 59.4 - 110.9 - 211.1 - Quadro 270.73 no AA 2nd run
    2829 - 60.1 - 112.3 - 214.1 - GeForce 275.27 no AA 1st run
    2820 - 59.8 - 111.9 - 215.9 - GeForce 275.27 no AA 2nd run
    2825 - 59.9 - 112.1 - 216.3 - GeForce 275.27 no AA 3rd run


    2222 - 46.4 - 88.2 - 183.3 - Tesla 270.61 4x AA 1st run
    2216 - 45.0 - 88.0 - 183.7 - Tesla 270.61 4x AA 2nd run
    2217 - 45.1 - 88.0 - 185.8 - GeForce 270.61 4x AA 1st run
    2217 - 44.8 - 88.0 - 183.6 - GeForce 270.61 4x AA 2nd run
    2226 - 46.5 - 88.4 - 184.1 - Quadro 270.73 4x AA 1st run
    2218 - 45.4 - 88.0 - 185.0 - Quadro 270.73 4x AA 2nd run
    2237 - 46.6 - 88.8 - 185.7 - GeForce 275.27 4x AA 1st run
    2247 - 46.4 - 89.2 - 185.3 - GeForce 275.27 4x AA 2nd run
    2236 - 45.5 - 88.8 - 185.8 - GeForce 275.27 4x AA 3rd run


    There seems to be less visible jitter in Heaven Benchmark with these latest 275.27 drivers.

    Temperatures, fans, colors, IQ all good.
     
  2. Radical_53

    Radical_53 Ancient Guru

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    The difference is what's being done with it. According to the specs from Asus his board only had 4x on the second PCIe slot so that's even worse than the normal spec would be. I'm sure there'll be several enthusiast-level boards with two real 16x slots after the launch of the chipset.
     
  3. Dolfan269

    Dolfan269 Member Guru

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    Any word on a real SLI profile for Shift 2?
     
  4. TheHunter

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    i guess, but i had better fps before at least 3-5fps in lowest fps.. gonna test some more later.

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    anyway about RE5 (dx10)


    yea its definitely fixed and a nice boost too :)

    #fixed benchmark: lowest fps now 66.5fps, before 62.9-64.3fps (depends on the driver)

    and avg now 83.5fps, before 81.7-82.1fps
     

  5. RagDoll_Effect

    RagDoll_Effect Ancient Guru

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    Thanks to the OP for brilliant find, and drivers gonna test them :)
     
  6. john2gr

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    As long as a game is optimized for dualcore CPU's, you will see benefits from this improvement ;)
     
  7. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    No, thats what LGA 2011 is about, most P67 boards are x8 x8.
    As I said before, Z68 is the same silicon as P67, just better binned.
    It has no extra features other than iGPU support.

    Adding a chip to support x16 x16 (ie NF200) is exactly what has to be done on P67 to get x16 x16.
     
  8. Arthur Hucksake

    Arthur Hucksake Active Member

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    Asfar as I am aware, the Asus P8P67 Pro runs at x8 x8 when in SLI, not x16 x8. It's only when you run Tri-SLI you end up with x4.


    ASUS' specifications for the P8P67 PRO:

    2 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (single at x16 or dual at x8/x8 mode)

    Multi-GPU Support: Supports NVIDIA® Quad-GPU SLI™ Technology
    Supports ATI® Quad-GPU CrossFireX™ Technology
     
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  9. sunkid

    sunkid Master Guru

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    I wouldn't get my hopes up. Personally I'd see it as a 5xx series improvement).

    The Witcher 2 runs exactly the same as before here (new vs. 270.61 drivers). So perhaps 5600Ti owners are luckier.
     
  10. Djinn206

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    I can confirm FPS gains in Crysis 2. Now it's silky smooth in 1920x1080 on Extreme everywhere.

    Great Driver! :)
     

  11. Psycho101

    Psycho101 Master Guru

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    This.

    An NF200 has to be used if the board is to have more than 16 full, non chipset PCIe 2.0 lanes.

    With an NF200 onboard, P55, P67 and Z68 boards can all feature two 16x PCIe lanes at full bandwidth. There are restrictions when using more than two slots, and the NF200 can be used to supply up to four PCIE 2.0 8x lanes.

    Only caveat to this is that when using an NF200, it's connected to the CPU's 16x 2.0 lanes, meaning you don't get the NF200's 32x lanes and another 16x, just the 32x. Latency is also introduced with an NF200, but this is pretty minimal.

    Downloading these drivers now. I wonder if there are any new AA flags to play with? Crysis 2 with blur free MSAA would be good. :)
     
  12. poo417

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    Yet another **** driver for BC2 and surround. The same as every other 270 driver. Centre screen off to the right and **** gpu use and fps. Back to 267.91 again.
     
  13. andressergio

    andressergio Master Guru

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    cant belive still no SLI for Shift 2...
     
  14. Wanny

    Wanny Ancient Guru

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    Well... just use Nvidia inspector and add the Shift2U.exe in the Shift 1 profile and it works quite well.
     
  15. nexus_711

    nexus_711 Master Guru

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    Yeah no SLI support for Shift 2 that totally sucks. Game was released in March and now is almost June great timing and support!

    PS Still same flickering in Battlefield BC2 with SLI and DX11.
     
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  16. Paulo Narciso

    Paulo Narciso Maha Guru

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    No SLI support for Witcher 2.
     
  17. sava700

    sava700 Ancient Guru

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    Installed and testing against my 570
     
  18. mapel110

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  19. andressergio

    andressergio Master Guru

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    no Wanny check that its not runing SLI its underperforming over single GPU even...only working profile is the modded but flickers

    cheers
    Sergio
     
  20. ErebusGR

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    Desktop color settings via nVidia CP don't save again. :(
    They had fixed this bug with previous driver version but it's present in this release again.
     

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