NVIDIA GeForce Version 430.39 WHQL - Download and Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Ancymon, Apr 23, 2019.

  1. AQUILES

    AQUILES Master Guru

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    Since I installed them 2 times the PC crashes completely while I play, forcing me to restart it.

    Back to 425.31.
     
  2. Khronikos

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    This is the first driver I installed where my disabled Nvidia telemetry setting in services win7 was kept across installs. I did not need to disable it again. Weird.

    I feel like they hid this from me now lol. Where is it? Honestly cannot see it in any process line so we'll just carry on.
     
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    Not sure if they abandoned the Services telemetry but it's also now a plugin that runs/hides inside of nvdisplay.container.exe

    https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/n...ad-and-discussion.426330/page-10#post-5663713
     
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    Back to 425.31.
     

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    zotac firestorm spectra lighting gets disabled for me with any other driver after 419.35.
     
  7. Keesberenburg

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    DX11 performance is the same with Pascal vs 1 year old drivers.Pascal is on it's perforance limit for DX11.
     
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    Turing doesn't get anything from these either. It did get some performance with 425.xx vs 418.xx though.
     
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    An RGB control app? Life must be tough without it. :D
     
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  10. Forceflow

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    I'm having 2 issues with this driver:
    • nvcontainer executable hogging 1 cpu core. It's not there on startup, but when resuming from sleep or when gaming a bit, it starts.
    • Hitman 2 DX12 freezes: See steam thread here.
    I'm reverting to the 425.xx driver for now.

    Edit: I'm on W10 1809. Not touching 1903 until it's really, definitely, ready for release. I've been burned by Insider Preview too many times :)
     

  11. Khronikos

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    Except, it's not an illogical obsession. Your whole post becomes illogical itself due to a variety of factors you didn't think through properly.

    Benchmarks bear questionable resemblance to real world games, and even at that 100 point differences definitely mean absolutely nothing. The idea that people are obsessed with benchmarks to this degree is certainly 100% an illogical OCD-type problem.

    Telemetry on the other hand is something people are against for data collecting reasons, and now that Nvidia is hiding it, it compounds the issue.

    Nice try but you failed hard here to make an analogous point. Next time think it through instead of trying to be a snarky dork.

    Furthermore, I think this is pretty lame to be honest. It shows that Nvidia doesn't want us disabling their telemetry, even when the people disabling it are often the people that are not on here complaining about shite.

    I have clipped my Task Scheduler to only the main things it needs, so I don't have anything related to Nvidia in there. Whatever. I am not too worried about it. I just wonder why they had to do this.
     
  12. Chastity

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    Welp. Just do it. Been running 1903 for a couple of weeks now. Just remember to redo your drivers when it's done updating, because invariably, some of them will be corrupted or have legacy settings.

    They make money selling our information.
     
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    I wonder if giving us buggy telemetry to install on our PC's is lawsuit worthy?

    Just think of all the people who will have high CPU usage and not even know it.

    Surprised they haven't removed the driver from their site yet...
     
  14. HeavyHemi

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    I think you're repeating yourself. And the oddity of your obliviousness to your own obsession???
    This is an enthusiast forum where you would expect folks to post benches. It is not expected to have OCD types pollute every thread with their fears over telemetry. I believe my take is more in line with sanity.

    Probably nobody barring an actual driver bug. I don't touch the drivers other than not installing the 3D vision and Gefarce Exploder. I do not disable any of the telemetry from Windows 10, either. My bench scores are all in the top 99th percentile for my set up. I must be doing it wrong. Folks that disable telemetry and whinge about bugs, are in the same class as those that whinge about privacy...on... Farcebook. In the past folks would have asked for some sort of evidenced for you demand they pull a driver. Now, would be an excellent time.
     
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    Nvidia is sharing your personal data with the NSA, your credit card details with shady hackers and your porn site browsing history with dildo manufacturers. Just like Google, although google perhaps on a grander scale, its 'cooler' to focus on Nvidia driver telemetry because thats what knowledgeable tech folks do. :rolleyes:

     

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    Sorry but this forum's description says "In this section, you can discuss everything GeForce driver related." including telemetry... not just benchmarks.
     
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    And we won't even mention to get 1903 you have to enable full telemetry to M/S
    On topic on 1903 these drivers are running good in BFv no BSODs or anything, on 1809 not so good
     
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    I for one appreciate the posts about it. Keep it up. If it wasn't for the post detailing how to fix the CPU issue I would have had to roll back to a previous driver without understanding what was going on exactly. Do people really want a tech forum to stop discussing technical stuff? Go to some other forums then.. this stuff is important whether you want to believe it or not. 15% CPU usage for telemetry IS a big deal bug or not. It's important to discuss this.
     
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    if its problem to you, i dont see no harm of removing whats unnecessary (files etc) and with that you can put it out of your mind
     
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    I am on 1809 and BFv working good, basically the same as last version.
     

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