Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Vidik, Jan 12, 2016.
Sorry wrong post:nerd:
Ill install this evening and get back to you.
Got the Acer XB270HU which is equivalent so we'll see.
Yes 1st time.. 2nd time when it installs driver part or the part when it asks you that driver isnt signed, then it tries to connect again.
Yes nod32 fw asked me if I want to allow it - the name of the domain, this was by 2nd connection.
Not trying to make a scene about it now, but yeah its doing it occasionally, one 358.xx or was it 359.xx did it too.
That dll is in nvidia controlpanel info.
Yes ,361.43 made my card(GTX 960) runs hotter with 10 to 20 degrees ,even on regular video playback. With the hotfix the temps are back to normal.
Maybe it's just a specific Maxwell issue.
Same issue here. Some driver revisions give me random 1 second black screens with HDMI and this one is particularly bad!
I've reverted back.
I don't have GFexperience or 3dvision installed but 359.00 doesn't have that dll listed (I also looked through Nvidia 359.00 install files and didn't see it.
Yes, I have experienced the same behaviour with some drivers. I will avoid installing these.
Sorry in advance if this has already been asked, I have 2x980ti and Win10 and I have noticed that running on driver 358.50 while idle runs 1st GPU 9%power/2nd 7%, But any driver installed after the version mentioned it increases my gpu power usage so they both idle at 15% power usage and a slight change in temp.
Is this normal or just driver issues and nothing to worry about as I kind off stopped updating drivers until this one as it is more even compared to the last few that would be even higher, more like (gpu power no.1 15%/2nd 17%)
Thank you in advance for any feedback
I tried this driver out for a couple of days but found that web pages didn't scroll smoothly and playing Black Ops 3 I was getting stuttering.
Uninstalled and reinstalled 361.43 and everything was fine again.
This is the first time in 6 years I have had problems with an Nvidia driver.
Gtx770 quickly gets warm higher than 70C in games.
In the previous versions of the driver differently.
What explanation for it?
My cat won't eat after I installed this driver. What to do?
System restore the cat
weather is another factor. literally, NV is trying to fixed the clock issue so any improvement will slightly increase the temperature more likely.
now software really need to bucked up, hardware is moving too fast especially on gpu side not cpu.
no problems for me on BF4
better than 361.43
Got the following blue screen error while playing Fallout 4, latest beta patch: The bugcheck was: 0x0000001e (0xffffffffc0000005, 0xfffff880104b1d13, 0x0000000000000001, 0x0000000000000000) driver nvlddmkm.sys. Windows 7 64bit, all latest drivers.
Well after a little more digging, seems to be an issue with X99 MB's and I think the Z series MB's and NVidia are apparently looking into this as they are able to reproduce the problem now.
I have had a new 25" Dell U2515H 2560x1440 monitor for the past two weeks and I am using HDMI from it to my GTX 980 Ti. However, last night while playing Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen I twice had the screen blank out for half a second. I have also seen this a couple of other times in other games. Now this is definitely NOT a TDR/driver display crash as the game comes back on immediately as if nothing has happened suggesting that the monitor simply lost the signal for a split second.
As the monitor is new, I have no way of knowing if this is a fault with the display or some timing bug with the driver. The only reason I am mentioning here is that I have seen posts from other people also experiencing this issue when using HDMI which makes me thing that it may be software rather than hardware related, possibly to do with the 59/60 Hz thing (some games show 59 Hz and others 60 Hz).
Just to be on the safe side, I would check event viewer to make sure they weren't TDR .
I have seen TDR that only flashed for a sec and resumed as nothing really happened (mini reset).