NVIDIA Hotfix GeForce 511.72 driver download & Discussion

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  1. elite69

    elite69 Master Guru

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    So far here they work as they should almost the same performance of 511.23 so far for me played red ded redemption 2 last night for about 5 hours without any problems but i instaled the clean drivers from here but i only tested red dead so far but i will test some more.
     
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  2. Cave Waverider

    Cave Waverider Maha Guru

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    Oh yes, the stutters in Saint Denis have gone down a lot for me with these as well. Nice.
     
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    Is there some clear and obvious way to determine there's actually a CPU issue? I figure a CPU to either work perfectly, have instability due to intentional OC/UV, or not POST at all.
     
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    New thread is up. 511.79
     
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    Yes by various cpu benchmarks/tests, in games not so much or none.
     
  7. Astyanax

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    with things like sata controllers, pcie controllers, memory controllers, pcie-esque fabric links and such on a cpu these days, you can have failures in a number of ways with different symptons.

    theres even been cpu's with a bad fpu in a particular core that rather than crash the machine, manifests twitching in model animations.
     
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    Brilliant, how do you know this? i only have this issue when i update my driver, yet 472.12 is absolutely fine.

    Yeah have tried multiple times Windows 11 and 10.

    - Chipset drivers up to date

    Edition Windows 11 Pro
    Version 21H2
    Installed on ‎11/‎09/‎2021
    OS build 22000.493
    Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22000.493.0

    Ryzen 5 5600x - B450 Gaming Carbon Pro

    No memory test run yet, i havent thought to as i don't have any other issues apart from when i update my graphics driver.
     
  9. Astyanax

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    i know because you have a ryzen.
     
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  10. Ben Rich

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    Because the latest nvidia drivers don’t work, I’m to replace my CPU with no other reason apart from, it’s because it’s Ryzen?.

    Is there anyway of actually proving this? Please feel free to suggest any helpful advice. I’m happy to troubleshoot where I can.
     

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    Nothing wrong with Ryzen :p
     
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  12. Astyanax

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    Bulk unit buys say otherwise, I can only confirm this tweet

    [​IMG]


    but theres a large % of partially working cpu's, and chips that run only fine with certain mainboards(usually asus/asrock) and memory combinations.
    the pcie error rate can be minimized on some combinations and worsed with others.

    incorrect chip cppc tags are also a problem.

    Nobody else has your problem, thats your proof.


    that said, running windows 11 on a zen 3 without the november+ amd chipset drivers is turning up some funky issues, so make sure you are.

    https://drivers.amd.com/drivers/amd_chipset_software_3.10.08.506.exe
     
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  13. Mapson

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    Just to add to helpful advice already given in this thread and assuming the issue with newer drivers persists after all tests.

    Using a PCIe riser card? If yes, tried without it?

    If no riser card, can you temporarily try the 3070Ti GPU in a motherboard chipset PCIe slot (PCH) i.e a slot that isn't CPU PCIe.

    Very quick scan of the manual for the MSI B450 Carbon Pro states that:
    • PCI_E1 is CPU
    • PCI_E2, E3, E4 and E5 are Motherboard Chipset (PCH)
    • M2_1 SSD slot is CPU
    • M2_2 SSD slot is Motherboard Chipset (PCH)
    Had issues with two Ryzen CPUs (3 and 5) and PCIe on two different motherboards, only the GPUs were really impacted, everything else tested fine.

    In both of those instances, placing the GPU in a motherboard chipset (PCH) PCIe slot worked fine but any slot with lanes direct from CPU had weird / strange / erratic issues.

    RMA'd the Ryzen 3 / Ryzen 5 CPUs, the GPUs worked fine in all PCIe slots with replacement CPUs.
     
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    I wonder if there's a way to figure this out if your motherboard manual doesn't specify the connection? Is there any tool that determines whether a PCIe device is through the PCH or CPU? Does Linux present this information somehow?
     
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    I do know from a certain driver version my oc became slightly unstable, yet performance increased. So I assume newer drivers push the videocard a bit harder, which could explain why on an older driver there are no crashes.
     

  16. Ben Rich

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    Appreciate your comment on the chipset, I will double check.

    As for being the only one, I’m not, there are numerous threads on GeForce and Reddit all complaining of the same issue they have crashes anything above the same driver I am using.

    Thanks for the advice, I’m not using a riser, I will try your suggestions and come back shortly.

    Thanks
     
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    I can't quite figure out how to determine it still and don't have a reference, but does this show what devices are going through the chipset and CPU? Could you point out what to specifically look at?
    [​IMG]
     
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    In that case I had luck getting a good sample of both a 5800x as a 5900x.
     
  20. Astyanax

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    The PCIe GPP Bridges are the PCIE lanes on the cpu, the Bridge 0 to Bus B/c are the x570 pcie devices.
     
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