NVIDIA GeForce Hotfix Display Driver 456.71

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  1. Vidik

    Vidik Master Guru

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    The hotfix addresses the following issues:
    • Launching a game in full screen mode may trigger a black screen on adaptive sync monitors if G-SYNC is enabled
    • [Fortnite] Game may experience crash when using in-game RTX Shadows/Reflection
    • [Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition] Enabling Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling results in lower frame rate


    https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5091

    Download: https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/geforce-456-71-hotfix-driver-download.html

    456.55 - [r456_26-15]
    456.71 - [r456_61-6]
     
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  2. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    i don't need it
     
  3. Nicked_Wicked

    Nicked_Wicked Member Guru

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    Thank you for your constructive input, we appreciate it.

    On a more serious note, this seems to fix the short black screens upon launching games with G-Sync. It’s been an issue for a few months now, glad to see it finally resolved .
     
  4. Ohmer

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    The Hotfix driver seems to have solved my issue as well.
     

  5. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    First one seems kinda important overall, guessing it's recoverable (Or the tried Windows key, ctrl, shift, B or how it was.) but while shifting to borderless is happening full-screen is still widely used and popular plus not every game uses things that benefit windowed or borderless mode especially earlier titles.
    (Well that'd be a majority of D3D11 titles overall really without third party utilities to force said support of newer features.)

    Don't know about RTX but Fortnite as one of the most played games so no wonder that would be resolved ASAP.
    Divinity 2 further improving H-GPU Scheduling even if it has to be done on a per-title basis. :)
     
  6. endbase

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    Fortnite crashes any ways on my computer no need for a fix for that :p
     
  7. Forceflow

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    On one of my systems, the upgrade broke Freestyle (error in MW, "not supported" in Dishonored, which I _know_ supports it).
    DDU and clean install of the hotfix fixed it.
     
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  8. CYP3ORG

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    Is this YouTube stuttering issue will be fixed in the next driver release?
    Thanks for any response! :)
     
  9. hemla

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    Did they announce when they will be introducing this new "input lag" tech(GFE) in their drivers?
     
  10. loracle

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    I don't know why but this beta driver scores way better in benchmarks than the previous whql 456.55 o_O
     

  11. hemla

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    What benchmarks exactly
     
  12. mbk1969

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    Why do you call it "beta"?

    upd: And why do you think that beta driver can`t bring improvements?
     
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  13. cricket bones

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    It's a hotfix, not a beta.
     
  14. -Tj-

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    Because hotfix= beta.

    They just dont call it beta anymore, it sounds too beta.. :p
     
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  15. barış derebaşı

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    hello i have msi rtx2070 gpu and lg 27gl650f 144 hz gsync monitor hooked up in displayport and i have a tv samsung 55q95t hooked up hdmi port in the gpu.but i have not used monitor and tv together. i am using only 1 primary monitor lg but when it detec my samsung tv lg monitor begins flicker in the desktop.if i disable gsync it will became normal.but why would i buy monitör if i cant use it.i always saw people telling how bad amd drivers but trust me rtx2070 gsync are worse.anyone has that problem. tried evey new driver 456.38,456.71 and 456.55 same problem.anyone has solution about my problem please help me.
     

  16. Cave Waverider

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    With the 456.71 driver, the "Configure Surround, PhysX" entry in Control Panel (Standard driver) vanished after reboot (it was there before reboot just after driver install) after installing this Driver on my GeForce GTX 1080 (Laptop). On my Desktop with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti it's still there, though.

    The problem didn't exist with the 456.55 driver or earlier for me.

    Update: It seems this "Configure Surround, PhysX" entry seems to be vanishing after some reboots for me and re-appears after other reboots. It's really odd. Has anybody else experienced this?
     
  17. EdKiefer

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    If you run GPU-Z is physX have checkmark?
    Maybe run the standalone physX installer if that is the case.
    I had that happen once and it fixed the missing checkmark but not sure with NVCP as I never open that tab normally (no physX games, except BL2 now that I think of it)
     
  18. intellimoo

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    WOW, me too!!! Let's start a club! :D
     
  19. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    I'm using my Windows 7 PC to game on a Samsung Q9FN TV connected directly to the TV with a DP to HDMI converter. (Club3D CAC 1080).
    Display modes have been separated into groups of 4K x 2K, 1080p and PC for some time, but since 1080p and 1440p modes have been included in the 4K x 2K group I can no longer use 120Hz, the maximum presented is 60Hz.
    The only modes that now present 120Hz are 1920x1200 and 1680x1050 or below, none of these are placed in the 4K x 2K group.

    I was able to use 120Hz with 1080p and 1440p some time ago with older drivers and since then hoped it would get fixed some day, but there has been no positive change.
    Can this be fixed please so 120Hz mode is available at 1440p and 1080p.

    Thanks.

    ps I also used to get the 1080p 120Hz option through my AVR to the TV, connected via HDMI. (AVR is Denon X4400H)
    The 1080p 120Hz option is gone there also, it starts at 1680x1060 res or lower.

    pps Gfx card is a 1080ti.
     
  20. CapKrunch

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    Thanks for hotfix!
     

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