Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Wagnard, Apr 16, 2014.
You can upgrade new video card little better than what you have 9800 GT way too old. :banana:
yeah been on these again for a couple days now, batman, metro ll, and daylight all fine over here.
mpc with cuda all fine.
Those and the previous betas seem to break NVENC features with software like XSplit and OBS, I had to use the WHQL drivers to bring NVENC features back to life, I hope this gets fixed in the next drivers ...
What is the issue with XSplit?
You can't enable NVENC within the latest XSplit Gamecaster or the recently released beta of XSplit Broadcaster, you have to install the latest WHQL drivers in order to do so ..
NVENC codec also broken in msi afterburner recording video in external codecs
can you look on this too
maibe NVENC codec broken everywhere because new GE 2.0
You referring to Version 1.3.1403.1202 released 13 Mar 2014?
I got a repro of this so I filed a bug
ManuelG, any ETA for the WHQL ?
^ haha i could bet on those comments when ManuelG posts here ))
yeah a new driver would be good,any ideas when?
XSplit Gamecaster version : 1.6.1404.2104
XSplit Broadcaster version : 2.0 Beta (2.0.1404.2805)
when they fix all the bugs! and get stamp from microsoft
not the kind of answere i was looking for lol
No ETA for the next driver. When it's done.
so that means probably within end of may...
disabling the shader cache feature has sorted my sound loop crashing it seems.
will report back with any updates.
Edit: still crashing but not as much.
now got hpet disabled (i had it enabled to test it with the sound loop crash), I GOT shader cache disabled and my ram is at stock 2133 XMP profile and i didn't crash once yet.
totally convinced my crashing was due to system stability at this point.
Yup, if it is caused by a driver, then it should BSoD and pointing at least on that driver.
with my 680 bf4 was stable with fullscreen, now with 760 it seems more with bordlerless, which makes it run more than my preferred 75fps but luckily my screen doesn't suffer tearing much, and lag isn't as bad of course.
still testing though.