NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 457.09 WHQL Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Spets, Oct 29, 2020.

  1. 007licensed

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    +1 wrote this before in other 456.XX driver thread... since i can't switch back to older drivers (3080 card)
    please have a look at this

    there are a lot people experience that problem...


    "Daniel Stancu
    10/16/20
    Same issue here, only I am using Firefox.
    If I play a video on youtube or a movie on Netflix the screen goes black for about 10 seconds and then recovers.
    In event viewer i get the same error with "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered."
    My video card is an RTX 3080 and the latest nVidia 456.71 Driver. Uninstalling this one and installing 456.55 does not fix the issue. Did not tried older ones until now with this video card
    There are no issues whatsoever while playing any games.
    Before this i had an GTX 1080 with 442.74 installed and no display driver crashing or any other issues while playing any kind of video.

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    CRAVEN232

    10/23/20
    3080 user here, I am also getting this issue where both my screens turn off then come back on 5-10seconds later. This is only happening when I am solely browsing the internet not when I am using the computer to play games with

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    Will Bonasera

    4 days
    Using 1080 ti, not sure which driver version I’m using since I’m not presently at my computer. But I’ve also had my Nvidia display driver crash with a black screen and recover twice in October. Both times I had chrome open with a YouTube tab.

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    Jonathan Davin

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    I have RTX 3080 FE and when using chrome I see my GPU clock boosting so high to only display videos on youtube. (it goes from 300 to 2000Mhz for core clock and 500 to 9000+ for memory using MSI afterburner)

    when I play videos, it randomly turns my screen black with kind of a GPU restart. Then my screen comes-back after few seconds. it only happens using chrome while playing videos (youtube, netflix...), never in games or other applications.

    scenario: start chrome -> go to youtube -> play vidéo (full screen or not) -> screen turns black -> GPU light and fans turn off -> GPU comes-back -> I'm back to youtube with the lowest res video resolution.

    config: i9 9900k - RTX 3080 FE - DDR4 16 3200

    I can't say if it's Nvidia drivers issue, hardware issue, or Google chrome, but still only happens while using Chrome, and I know games are a lot more power consuming.

    hope this helps diagnosing the problem"



    There is also a thread about that problem in german 3dcenter forum...
    so there is a problem...
     
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  2. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Fan control in general is just busted in this driver if you do more than set and forget a speed.
     
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  3. @ManuelG has updated the issue and seems related only to the Evga Precision X1
     

  4. Astyanax

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    It reproduces in msi ab too
     
  5. Unwinder

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    In this case even a simple "set and forget a speed" should be broken as well. Software fan curves is nothing but a software loop doing something like "poll temperature, calculate new fixed fan speed and set it". So if it doesn't work - fixed fan control is broken in general.
     
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    Welp, hotfix incoming :cool:
     
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  7. MajorMagee

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    I checked it yesterday, and a couple of times again this morning, and the custom fan curve I have set in MSI AB seems to be working as intended on my RTX 2070 Super using Eviltoaster's Clean version of 457.09. It closely follows the curve both on the way up and during recovery after the gpu load decreases.
     
  8. Unwinder

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    New drivers disabled manual fan control for 3xxx series cards only. 2xxx and older are not affected.
     
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  9. Okay I'll be Italian, but I didn't understand the meaning of what you wrote o_O
     

  10. Do you know when will be available? There's a little trick to solve the problem?
     
  11. Kosmoz

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    Thanks for indirectly also answering my question on the last page.
     
  12. Astyanax

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    Once upon a time this sort of thing was resolved by deleting a couple of registry keys responsible for cached thermal sensor data, they no longer exist.
     
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  13. Thank you , i'll use the previous driver version until day 0 Game Ready for
    Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
     
  14. AntiSnipe

    AntiSnipe Master Guru

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    442.92, 452.06, 456.71 (hotfix and game ready), 456.98, and a few others I did not add to my notes, all did this. Will try this new one with the crash dumps enabled.

    EDIT: No crashes to dump in 3 days so far. Do we have a winner?!?
     
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  15. Schmiddi

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    Crashing for me in Ghostrunner -_-
     

  16. @ManuelG Custom fan control settings not working correctly this is an big issue to resolve quickly :(
     
  17. TheDeeGee

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    Interesting that the default driver setting for Fortnite is 0.50 Sharpening (NVIDIA Recommended it says).

    Who on earth uses that much sharpening, infact who uses it at all as it messes up Anti-Aliasing.

    Sharpening shouldn't be enabled by default.
     
  18. mikolaj612

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    @ManuelG
    I tested that game with RTX ON and OFF and on my RTX2060 game runs great so far (I player ~ 2 hours yesterday).
    BTW @ManuelG any news about Reflex support for Apex Legends? New season starts in next few days (04.11) and still no info about upcomming support :(
     
  19. HedonismBot

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    I wondered this too last night only to learn It already supports Reflex! - https://www.nvidia.com/en-gb/geforce/news/nvidia-reflex-apex-legends-out-now/ - you just need to activate it using a launch command line at the moment. I suspect the option will be added within the game's menu with the next season update.
     
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