Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by dr_rus, Jul 21, 2016.
And mine is 14gb total... irrelevant imo.
Old 780 had 11.8gb
Vram + 8gb system ram.
Something is not right with this driver:
For me 8650 mb
After 10 min game:
APM OFF , No throttling on CPU. I cannot get new version bios to the mobo. CnQ is ON.
siriq, "measured interrupt to process latency" values have nothing to do with any drivers - they are measured by LatencyMon process and its kernel driver and shows how much time is spanned from interrupt issed by driver to interrupt recieved by process (or vice versa).
Also "Highest reported hard pagefault resolution" is not linked to drivers of videocard.
Only interesting and relevant measurements are ISR and DPC routine execution times. And they are not that high in your screenshots.
I have got lower values with 368.69 driver.
Major improvement from average 400-600 to 40-70. Thank you Nvidia.
Here's mine after playing csgo and using internet explorer;
Suggestions about the driver version to install
Hi to everyone! I've recently bought a new gaming Rig with an Asus 1070 Founders. Whitch release of Nvidia driver could you suggest me to install? If possible stable
Lol so much CPU time wasted
The latency problem is improved on my system, but not entirely eliminated.
368.81 (I think):
Firestrike score was improved a bit however:
57 and a max of 212 is perfectly normal.
The first number is not the only one that matters. 1200+ is still too high for a DPC task itself even if the time to trigger the DPC from interrupt is normal.
Ultimately, between driver version 368.81 and 368.95, who is the best for performance and stability?
"on Pascal GPUs".
SLI 780 Ti user here. Not happy.
368.95 fixed most problems with 10-series GPUs so try it
I've installed this driver, it improved DPC latency generally (under 50us) but there's still the occasional spike over 1000us, maybe once every 30s. I'm not experiencing any DPC-related issues though, games are smooth and audio plays fine from all programs/sources I've tried, so while this is weird and not ideal I can't really complain.
We are still working on a solution for SLI users. This will likely be in our August driver release.
All is well here yet again. No strange flickers or anything.
I haven't had any issue with these past sets as some folk have seem to be reporting.
infact my latency is just as low in this set, as it was in the past few. I've had my latency in the green in all the drivers released for the GTX 1080.
These are keepers!, and I was able to make a cuppa while maintaining a latency of -2000u with this set. Also, flickering has reduced greatly, as I thought I was drinking too much, and was getting rather worried. To be honest, I nearly installed the GBloat Experience for a laugh, but I soon sobered up at the very thought. All good.