Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Orbmu2k, Feb 17, 2011.
Can't seem to find it anywhere... is it even released yet?
just open ur inspector and look at the bottom right.
there should be some blue Text, minding you that theres an Update avaiable
cant wait to see this DSR.
On the topic of inspector I actual like the reordering
I just tried the fps limiter and dam it's alot smoother than RTSS, I'm surely gonna use this! Thank you!
Wut. All this is, is the function within Nvidia's drivers.
And almost 9/10 times in my own usage, it creates microstuttering and doesn't add any stability to frame times and frame variance.
Unless Nvidia magically improved it.
Edit: And after re-checking and testing. No it hasn't changed. A 60FPS cap used in inspector still produces a ton of microstuttering with tons of frame variance. And this is playing a game that runs a 300+FPS without the cap.
RTSS is 100% smooth. No frame variance. No micro stutter
Also: I don't like the new ordering. Would prefer to be able to customize it, but I can live.
YYEEESSS!!!!! NEW VERSIOOOOON!!!!! AND WITHOUT DOWNLOAD LINK!!!!!! YOU'RE DA MAN, MAN!!!
open inspector, click on new version available?
despite the fact you have to backup your customized settings file in case of updates, you are absolute free to edit it, make your own groups, control the order by naming etc.
Thank you for your fantastic, and bloat free tool.
You pretty much keep nvidia a good choice for me
nv inspector is a part of windows OS for me.
Can it be that this tool doesn't work with Windows 8.1? I had now 2 times a corrupted registry and was forced to reinstall the nVidia driver in Windows save mode. :cry:
spirit_66, win8.1 have new kernel and this cause some problems, it's wet os.
I don't know what to tell you, I just tried it and found it to be smoother. With RTSS sometimes I had spikes while I didn't with this. I'll keep testing it and see how it goes.
thanks for the quick response and I'll let my fingers off this tool now.
Yeah they improved it a bit, I had to use driver fps limit in COD Ghosts and it ran smooth, RTSS caused weird fps drops (guess its a 64bit "issue"), driver forced fixed those, but overall I still prefer RTSS.
I get stuttering using NVIDIA's FPS limiter as well, I don't with Afterburner.
That's because Afterburner won't limit a thing.
I obviously meant RTSS, I am sure you realised that.
I did. But I'm way beyond of being sick when I see comments like that. AB and RTSS are separate apps. Even HWiNFO can use RTSS.
Nothing personal, of course.
For your informations, my screen is flickering on the desktop from times to times since the new 188.8.131.52 version and only when running nvidia inspector.
On Asus PG278Q G-Sync monitor set at 120Hz
2x MSI GTX 980 reference (base clocks)
Issue seems gone if disabling 9 sensors just up the clocks