Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Dan, May 9, 2019.
I have no issues.., colors are working fine here!
running 1903 now , it's good for the most part but i think i lost 2fps in game @ 4k like RAGE 2
Why does it seem like this is almost always the case? As we get newer Windows versions and higher numbered drivers, I never see increases from 1703+399.24. Only newly broken games or lower overall performance, so we must throw money at better hardware to sidestep these nuisances.
not sure why but hopefully Nvidia got a driver for 1903 to keep things tight
Oh please, 2fps is hardly something to complain about and easily in the margin of error.
One can hope. I'll give 1903 a try once some updated drivers come out and see what it looks like.
Yes, from one driver set and OS update, but keep in mind how many of these there are across a 6 or 12 month span. Long story short, through tons of hours testing/playing games I never have as good of an experience as when I'm on 1703+399.24. Dozens of games tested across 4 Windows 10 versions (1703, 1709, 1803, 1809) with at least 5 driver sets cleanly installed after DDU. The 400 series of drivers have really shown how lackadaisical NV has gotten with a lack of competition, so I hope AMD and/or Intel bring some.
LOL just lol. Go check out performance of 399.24 vs 430.64 in 3DMark and never come back here with dull words. Thank you
3Dmark is just a benchmark, it doesn't necessarily reflect in-game performances. Although this information is valuable, it weight nothing compared to real game testing scenarios, so you kind of sound much more dull than Builde...
Nevertheless, I would be curious to see the "Dozens of games tested across 4 Windows 10 versions (1703, 1709, 1803, 1809) with at least 5 driver sets" actual figures to get a more precise idea.
Curious ... Go install and try
Thanks. Yes now working after AGAIN DDU and reinstall driver. Before that it used to force close when I try to change contrast, brightness or GAMMA.
After using it for more than a month, I just found out that Windows 1903 is supposed to have a system setting for VRR:
I had never noticed this setting so I went to check and to my surprise it was missing.
I don't have that option either in 1903 but I am on a 60hz old monitor.
that setting is only presented when the device driver presents VRR capability, the Geforce driver doesn't do this instead implementing VRR via their gsync compatible implementation.
I switch to RX Vega 64 and it only work for AMD GPU's with AMD Freesync, switching to Nvidia RTX 2080, I don't see this even with Freesync enable and Gsync enable on the driver.
Will there be support for the M-series? Geforce GT 635m in particular!
Fermi and Mobile Kepler driver support has ended. This means all 600-series mobile chips are no longer supported by the latest drivers.
The 635M is not even Kepler, its Fermi. Support for that ended even longer ago.
That text describes what Fast Sync does.
I have an issue with the nvidia color settings in the NCP under windows 10 1903.
I discovered that when i play a 3D game my settings revert to default and the system doesn't keep my color preset after rebooting my system or when i startup a game.
That's weird because i didn't have any issues like this in my previous windows 10 1809 installation using the same drivers!
Fast sync is not free sync is not VRR
This is not a driver issue.
KB4497935 should resolve it soon.