Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Tantawi, Jul 12, 2007.
There are so many changes! check the release notes
it works finally (vista x64) ^_^
LOL, my NB chip has a heatsink on it and according to NVMonitor it's spinning at 224 RPM
But my Aux2 fan (120mm @ 1400 RPM) is doing 30,577 RPM
Wish it would turn my 7950GT into an 8800 Ultra
mines running at 4rpm. clearly my computer is on fire now.
Makes me want to download it and see what happens!
Mine told me it blew up in my face and that i died thanx to my 8800 fan running at 5rpm
The newest version still isn't keeping my clock speeds.
Oooh goody, it still crashes when I try to launch the monitor in Vista. Glad I've got Rivatuner and Speedfan so I can actually monitor this stuff. Everything else works just fine though.
I had to register just to post this pic...
Now if only that FSB was for real, would be pretty impressive. :heh:
I had the same thing with the previous version. Also interesting it thinks I have an nforce IDE driver installed when I don't have a nforce chipset, therefore I have never installed any nforce drivers, and actually do not have ANY IDE drivers installed.
Esentially I see no difference with this version on my Intel chipset, 99% of the info is still wrong. I know it's not meant for Intel chipsets, but it is useful for overclocking. Now that I have overclocked my card through the BIOS I actuall don't really need nTune anymore though, just a habit a guess.
This version and the last both work the same for me, which is perfect. I also notice nothing different on this end with it.
NVMonitor works here under Vista 32Bit, you running 64Bit?
Set your language and region to United Kingdom in controlpanel of Vista.
Its still this stupid bug, after that it wont crash.
"Best when run at 1024x768 16-bit color"
Who runs that?!
Nvidia doesn't think much of our hardwaare then!
Lol, seems Nvidia don't think much at all
Oh, goodie, another release with more bugs. Well ok, maybe different bugs.
yeh my fan control isn't staying set to 100%, also is there a way to how they use to have it to auto overclock as it will test to how it was best to have it clocked to.
gpu fan and temperatures
Everything is working for me! So far I see no issues. my mobo is 590 sli and am using vista 32bit.
I uninstalled previous version of nTune, restarted and installed this new version. now when im launching the NVIDIA Monitor View it doesn't show me any voltages info, no clock speeds, and no CPU/System temps !
It only shows me GPU temp and GPU/VRAM clocks.
also it crashes when I run it through Ntune. damn those Nvidian's !!!
can language settings be the source of these kind of problems ? :help:
I have never gotten the voltage readings with Ntune, no matter what version. I really don't think Nvidia has any clue what there doing, buggy drivers, buggy Ntune, bug, bug, bug.