Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by disq, Aug 27, 2018.
I came to say the same thing.
So, where can I find the updated drivers of my graphics card and what is my graphics card called now? Thank you
The last drivers that came out for your GPU are the 391.35.
Nvidia has made a mistake in classifying the compatibility of the 810M and 820M integrated graphics, the only ones of the 800M series that have Fermi architecture.
So that means no more updates for my graphics card? Thank you
It has Legacy support through January 2019, which means it should get security fixes if any become known. But a new driver won't introduce any new features or performance optimizations for Fermi.
That said, I wouldn't be surprised if there is an official driver for Win10 1809. Nvidia even previously supported their DX10 cards until December 2016, despite them having said it would only be until March 2016.
Just a sanity check. I installed these drivers when the came out and my system started to hard crash and then reboot, no event logs were created by windows. That's how hard it crashed.
And it only crashed when i was exiting a 3D game, or at least that's when i noticed it happening.
Went back to 389.9something and things stopped crashing. Is it me or have others noticed this as well?
Got couple of bugcheck bluescreens ever since installing these drives. Once when playing WoW and another time when wife was watching youtube.
I didn't even get bluescreens, it just hard locked for a second then rebooted immediately. Windows didn't even get to make a crashdump or realize they froze.
Last driver you can use is above; use modified inf to add fermi support.
I have been running these for while, they seem stable and run great in BF1 and BFV beta, actually surprised by how smooth the beta runs.
I can maintain a smooth 60fps (that is my cap at the moment ).
Is DX12 still bad in BF5?
I had hoped it would be worth using now since it's a prerequisite for RTX
I didn't try Dx12, with my HW (GTX970) it never was as smooth as Dx11 in BF1.
I doubt it be any better in the beta demo, this is not yet RTX ready.
That said the game runs well on my HW while still having settings med-high, pretty smooth 60fps (that is the cap I set).
Got 1060 recently, installed latest (current) drivers right away. Played a few games for half an hour or so and no crashes. Tried CSGO and it gives me BSODs in the first 30 minutes into the game (could happen on map load, could happen in a match), bugcheck mainly 0x0000007f but there were a few others. I also have Geforce Experience (non-beta) installed so maybe it's conflicting with CSGO, not sure. Going to try previous drivers and maybe uninstall GE, sure hope it's not a faulty GPU.
Do you mean previous 398.98 ones? I don't see any 389 in guru3d or nvidia driver archive.
Crashed (green screen and reboot) twice with 399.07 the first night, and then again the next day all while playing World of Warcraft.
For some reason my setup doesn't seem to like any of the 396 branch of drivers. Retreated to 398.98 which are working perfectly.
Try 397.64 it's from r397 branch, I found those very good. Vulkan 397.40 is too and fast, newer vulkan are not so good.
I kept crashing on YouTube with the 399.07 several times and once with World of Warcraft. DDU'ed and reverted back to 398.82, so far stable
Which driver is the best for the 750 Ti (excluding latest)?
No issues here with 399.07 all games run pretty nicely!
I had frequent Fire Fox black screen flashes with this driver which I don't have on the Vulkan driver 399.17. The Vulkan driver is a previous branch. Seems there might be a regression.
I had one in Chrome too with GPU driver crashing.