Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, May 20, 2020.
Windows 10 Pro here.
I haven't submitted feedback yet, but I've told Manuel that both of us see this misbehavior.
451.12 coming soon
Potentially a typo, the version was found on a nvidia nsight page and it MAY have been referring to 450.12
Installed w10 (2004) and 450.99 yesterday, and all working fine, played some games, no issue till now, we'll see later
I advice to leave gpu scheduling off for now as performance fluctuating when on, also game mode(off) for better performance
451.12, probably, is internal developer preview.
If Nvidia release one more DP driver it must be newer.
But, i think, in middle of June will be Game Ready 451 driver for all users.
I am using these drivers and so far they are rock solid, tested on 1909 and 2004, I will not consider trying 446.14
But I'm already aware that 451.01 exists internally due to some leaks i've reported occuring with several internal hda drivers making their way to the net, so 451.12 isn't unfeasible for a developer preview driver.
Nsight 2020.1 have support GA100, so this is not a typo.
450.12 - not support Ampere, and, probably, 451.12 - have support for Ampere (GA100) and exist.
we don't know what 450.12 supported, it was a cuda 11 driver atleast.
How exactly do I install the 220.127.116.11 audio driver after downloading and extracting the archive? I did not check the box to install the audio driver when upgrading to 450.99.
GSync does not work sometimes in BFV/DX12/Win10 v2004/GTX 1080. 450.12 runs properly.
device manager, browse for driver, let me select.
Clean install Windows 20H1 and Nvidia driver 450.99 standard a still no fast and adaptive vsync on control panel.... :=(( grrrrr
you don't have an optimus laptop do you?
scratch that, me too.
Did you use the https://developer.nvidia.com/45099-gameready-win10-64bit-internationalexe that one give me no issues.
Yep, installed that one, don't have fast or adaptive vsync on CP
Use NVIDIA Inspector, allow select fast sync and others.
can you check the physx tab to see if your outputs are shown correctly