Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by peppercute, Mar 5, 2019.
its benign, doesn't affect function or performance at all.
This driver gave me instability in Rainbow Six Siege with my current overclock of my RTX 2070. In fact, it even crashed if I "only" put power limit to 114% and no OC at all. 417.71 doens't have the issue.
So far no issues with this driver on a RTX2070 in a Dell T3600 workstation doing mostly Photoshop and Lightroom work.
Also played some No Man's Sky (OpenGl), A bunch of DX11-12 WH40K games and some Diablo 3. Gave WoW a run too since it was free this weekend.
Very stable driver for me.
Nothing wrong here with 419.35. 1080ti@25-30'C with 465 tabs in Chrome with 20-25% utilization while playing a fullscreen YT 1440p video. Room temp 18'C.
In NVCP 3D settings profile for Chrome all was at default(Power management=Optimal power).
Maybe I should try 419.17 to see if I get lower temps with the session/video playing I tried just now.