NVIDIA INSIDER Preview Driver [450.99][Standard]

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, May 20, 2020.

  1. MoKiChU

    MoKiChU New Member

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    Right Astyanax,

    WDDM 2.8 is present in 19624 Insider WDK build.

    So, this is probably correct :

    2004/20H1/VB/Vibranium : WDDM 2.7
    200?/20H2/MN/Manganese : WDDM 2.8
    210?/21H1/FE/Iron : WDDM 2.9
     
  2. mh0001

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    No, it was working just fine for me. I think it's the higher package C states C8-C10 which cannot be used when a PCI-E GPU is connected. According to ThrottleStop, it does make indeed a significant difference comparing package C3 and package C7 state. The reported (estimated) idle pkg power goes down from ~6-7 watts average to ~1-2 watts.

    I already noticed the issue before enabling GPU Hardware Scheduling. After that, I enabled it to check if it does change the behavior, but it doesn't. So the issue is independent from GPU Hardware Scheduling.
     
  3. janos666

    janos666 Master Guru

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    I think the current Fast Ring will be called 21H1 soon and the 20H2 enablement package will be tested on the Slow Ring. 21H2 could be the next Skip Ahead (sometimes later) if any (or it will have to wait until 21H1 leaves the Fast Ring, I am not sure if there is any Skip Ahead anymore).
     
  4. aufkrawall2

    aufkrawall2 Master Guru

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    I'm getting a 2fps increase (80 vs. 78) in Strange Brigade Vulkan with hardware GPU scheduling.
    Not overly exciting, though not bad either for a Pascal GPU. At least it does something.
     
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  5. fpollan

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    Lost color and wallpaper when ill start Kombustor
     
  6. Pepa1

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    thanks, but I don't want a DCH driver ... for all others standard drivers is vsync ready....
     
  7. kurtextrem

    kurtextrem Master Guru

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    @ManuelG Rainbow Six Siege seems kind of broken with GPU scheduling. Normally it consumes very little GPU (around 10%) with low settings, with gpu scheduling on it consumes 80% and higher, and is often on 100%, even in the menu.
     
  8. janos666

    janos666 Master Guru

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    Is the GPU clock the same (and stable)? How about the power draw (TPD %)?
     
  9. HARDRESET

    HARDRESET Master Guru

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    No skip , gone for many many builds back , for the longest time the skip icon was there, was dormant.
    on current fast build 16631.mn.
    https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/insider-nvidia-driver-440-23-wddm-2-7.428337/
     
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  10. kurtextrem

    kurtextrem Master Guru

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    Task manager with gpu sched off shows around 70-92% usage on the "Graphics_1" tab. 3d is around 1%.
    power draw 140w-150w, % of tdp 80%
    memory usage 23%
    gpu clock 2010 mhz (stable)
    mem clock 7200 mhz (stable)
    core voltage 1.038v (stable)
    (gpu core load 80-100%)
    (memory control load 24-27%)
    In-game bench: Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® Siege2020-5-23-20-45-26.jpg

    Gpu sched on 3d tab: http://prntscr.com/smgrq5 (see the periodic 100% spikes)
    power draw 140w-150w, % of tdp 80%
    memory usage 23%
    gpu clock 2010 mhz (stable)
    mem clock 7200 mhz (stable)
    core voltage 1.038v (stable)
    (gpu core load 80-100%)
    (memory control load 24-27%)
    Using the in-built fps limiter does NOT remove the periodic spikes.
    In-game bench: Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® Siege2020-5-23-20-39-12.jpg

    Low-latency set to enabled, multi-threading auto in both. Apart from that I use optimal performance everywhere.
     

  11. elite69

    elite69 Master Guru

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    But are any diference betwen the drivers you guys post first here to the ones on the Nvidia site? Only asking couse i instaled the first ones this ones are game ready. I guess i wil instal these ones and check.
     
  12. janos666

    janos666 Master Guru

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    The "core" parts are probably the same (compiled from the same codebase, probably the exact same binaries from bit to bit with the same dates and certificates even) but the installer has more extra packages (Experience, ShadowPlay, etc). For that reason, I am glad I was offered this stripped down version (otherwise I would need to clean the extras myself).
     
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  13. EugeneJackKhoros

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    @ManuelG GTX 1080 in the game Just Cause 2 there are no settings "GPU Water Simulation" and "Bokeh Filter". They were there before.
    [​IMG]

    I filled out the feedback form, but as an API I specified DirectX 10 there, and not CUDA. It is important?
     
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  14. metagamer

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    A fine driver for me. Playing Pillars of Eternity at 165hz, everything working as intend.
     
  15. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    PSA: Task manager is garbage for gpu util measuring.
     
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  16. metagamer

    metagamer Ancient Guru

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    I can confirm this.
     
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  18. metagamer

    metagamer Ancient Guru

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    looks good mate.
     
  19. elite69

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    Thanks man for the reply. So i dont need to instal this ones.i dont use shadow play or ge experience so i dont need this ones
     
  20. janos666

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    You mean the first PoE game? I started playing it some months ago (then stopped for other reasons) but I couldn't make it work nice. There was no stutter-free low-lag G-Sync experience with the default d3d9 borderless window mode (even though G-Sync should work with windowed apps too). The experimental opengl mode allows for true fullscreen mode and G-Sync works fine but the game engine itself has other unwanted behaviors (clicking on icons and using menus causes frame-time spikes and my LG C9 produces some brightness flickering suring those spikes, so I basically get brightness flashes when clicking on icons...).
     

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