Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Vidik, Jan 12, 2016.
Cool thing thanks
no problems... all stable like 361.43... but i lost few fps in benchmarks games vs 361.43... 2 fps in dirt rally... 2 fps in metro last light... 3 fps in f1 2015 and 2 fps in tomb raider
i have prema mod bios too. no BSOD in SLI
black ops 3 fixed anyone?
..maybe these drivers are better than previous ones (thus the "fixes"..).
I still use 358.91 and I haven't face
-Crashes in Photoshop
-Clocking related issues with core or Vram
so I will happily skip these too.
Cos this is guru3d!? Same with starting a new thread where already is an exisiting one, plus (just scroll) double postings with laziness to use 1 post for 2 qoutes, too much work, eh? No wonder people have 20k posts here. Always the same people with double posts.
Also, mods dont care, you can report, nothing happens. Could also be prevented in software, but no.
3DMark still not clocking properly on several machines - One maxes at 792Mhz and another at 925 (scores are both way too low).
Nvidia's drivers have been(and continue to be) horrendously bad of late.
This does not resolve the clock speed issue for 144Hz G-Sync panels when you have more than one monitor connected.
Running great for Witcher 3 on Win 7! :thumbup:
Come one NVIDIA please fix multiple display clocking issue
When I'm running more than 2 displays,with 2 displays my clocks sits at 135MHz on Core and on memory 202,5MHz,when I plug one more display and my clocks shoot up to 1001MHz etc and idle temps starts to rise,tried all possible drivers on my EVGA Titan X and EVGA GTX 980Ti SC,same issue with all drivers,have spare GTX 780 too which I can test
On other hand have R9 390X where I can have plugged 3 displays and clocks sits where should be and there is no issue,usually I use that card more and more in Blender as in Blender Titan X or GTX 980Ti is lot slower than my Titan X,which is pretty disappointing for me
I have P150EM. Latest drivers only work with GTX 980M with Prema's V3 BIOS which still isn't public yet. Prema vbios 1.1.1 is fine.
2-3 FPS difference in a benchmark means literally nothing, whether it is a different driver, or not.
I installed these now, will see how it goes in the next few days :nerd:
Although I noticed something, was this always here?
And installer tried to access internet when it was installing driver, nv telemetry.. Nice try
no... generally the difference between drivers is no more than 2 or 3 fps to more performance... so is a good difference only by driver change
OK, thanks for the heads up. Let's see what this brings for my GTX760.
During the install, it's basically accessing their page to show "news" and these advertisements. But that's nothing new.
My precious Asus GTX 560 Ti DCII is likely dead just after i install the new driver version 361.43-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql. I download the said new driver from Nvidia official site and install it(non-clean install). All other component install success except GeForce Experience. After a few minutes, my screen freeze and i have to manually restart the PC. And then the green artifacts start appearing, at first i thought its a new driver problem and i un-install new driver and install my old driver(clean install) but the problems is not gone and head over to internet to find out the issue and found that my GPU is likely dying. Ohhhh..poor me. In the gpuz, my card doesn't show Shader,Memory size, Bandwidth..etc. No way to fix this Am I right?
Did you block it on intention or did your firewall just say 'something connects'? Also, how did you check which dlls are in there?
Noticed that before too, didn't think of anything deeper. But these days trust is a memory of old times.