Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by jwb1, Jun 2, 2015.
G-sync not useful on the desktop. Uses for nothing
Just available for application 3D is good
Then why is it mentioned as a "problem" if there is no harm ?
What you experience is simmiliar to what i do but i could pinpoint the problems more specific
see here the Driver behaves weired the whole V-sync stuff goes crazy if i try to change to 30 Hal Vsync FSE i get a sudden latency increase into 100 ms from 35 ms and i have to switch several times forth and back before it gets stable
Played two and a half hours of GTA V with "1.000 Times Better" Reshade last night.Was a couple "missions" into Trevor's story and played until he had to go to Los Santos and gameplay was smooth the entire time.
EDIT: Was going to mention that a gsync"watever".dll file gets leftover after uninstalling/cleaning with DDU 15 on the C: drive/Nvidia folder.Could just be a file they added as the "hotfix" for gsync users.
The file is gsync"something".dll instead of just gsync.dll I can't remember exactly, but I've noticed that Google Apps Sync for MS Outlook uses a file with the name gsync.dll.Could there be a possible conflict? I mean if the file is named differently then it should not matter but imo I find the two too close for comfort, if I was a Gsync user that is.
So i didnt want to update my driver due to the "kepler" issue poeple keep talking about, But i update to these drivers anyway cause it was to test out issue opengl, didnt fix the issue with the opengl, and i am seeing no performance issue with drivers like people been saying about "kepler"
So far so good
could report to ti wagnard in his DDU thread maybe he can look at it
I'm about to thanks! :thumbup:
It's nvgsyncdetours.dll located @ C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\nvgsync...so EEH! False alarm.
But still look for it after cleaning just in case you guys want to go back to older drivers after trying these.
This happened for me tonight, hadn't played GTA V since Witcher 3 came out.
Went and tested out a few new mods, game stuttered like crazy after 20 minutes.
Rolled back the drivers to 352.86, problem solved...
I saw this GTA5 glitch too yesterday. I was playing multiplayer and ~30min after 4-5 deaths it started having some weird fps issues and game play wasn't smooth anymore.
Also noticed this missing texture issue as well one time..
And Nvidia shadows are bugged, missing shadows.. so much for nv optimized technique.:infinity:
EDIT: 350.06 is better, but I also stopped using MSI AB rtss fps limiter, now using driver build-in with nvinspector and its very smooth.. Still using MSI AB OSD for monitoring though.
So last night i decided to give these a try and had some problems initially. I first uninstalled my nVidia drivers followed by DDU in safe mode. After a reboot I ran "clean install" and just as it was finishing, got a nice BSOD right where the screen typically flicks off and then back on. During the boot process it froze up and I had to hit the reset button. So i went into safe mode, ran DDU again to remove the messed up driver, rebooted and tried installing again. This time it worked fine. Strange...
Since then it's working great.
still no info from nvidia as far as I know regarding these recent highly unstable drivers.
I'm a little surprised at this point that they didn't pull them from the sites yet considering how broken they are.
I have had these driver stopped responding messages for quite a while now. I first thought it was a witcher 3 problem, but its not that at all.
when gaming and also when the pc is idle , doing nothing it also crashes!
The crashing is totally weird, since it doesnt always, sometimes after a few hours and sometimes after only a few minutes after turning on my pc.
I have not had any crashes or driver stop errors in windows 8.1
everything is super stable..
been out of work lately so been spending alot time on my pc. so system is running almost 24hrs a day.
you guys got issues with your pc.
Glad you said it and not me.Witcher 3 has been super stable from day one of installation, yea it needed tweaking out the arse to get rid of the "real time graphics cutscene" stutter with unlimited fps but it got done.Playing with a reshade so both blur options are off, sharpening is off (as the preset author suggested), hairworks is off and everything else on ultra with hbao.Smooth cutscenes and gameplay to match, GTA 5 is no exception either.Loving these drivers. :thumbup:
Is it normal that by enabling shadowplay the gpu and memory clock go up to max????
Gsync isn't working that great for me with these, a lot of flickering when I load games up an enabling windowed and fullscreen mode causes real bad issues, lots of stuttering etc, for now I just leave it on Full screen mode but these are far from ideal drivers, summer heat isn't helping with system temps either, had to lower my overclocks and remove my physx card to cool things down.
When Gsync is enabled can you have vsync smooth or any other vsync related option, enabled at the same time? I don't own one that's why I ask.
Yeah...the driver resets that's the 'issue with my PC'. My system was 'super stable' for years. The change? Drivers since 352.86 being unstable. Why do people pollute threads with 'well my system is working so obviously there is something wrong with your hardware' crap. Literally hundreds just on a few forums prove otherwise. The fact that Nvidia acknowledged the issue proves otherwise...yeah, like "wow"
I'm tellin you maan it's gpu boost 2.0! It's one thing to have adaptive power management, but "adaptive" boost clocks? BTW where did all the skepticism about that go.It was most present when the 680s and 690s were fresh.Oh wait, those owners upgraded to Maxwell and thought Nvidia fixed/patched their shyte.
Eventually it was gonna screw with Maxwell as performance drivers excelled, same way it happened on Keplers' gpu boost 1.0! I bet if most users disabled boost on their gpus, they'd be a lot happier.
Im betting on P-states polling rate more then Gpu boost @ adaptive. That's what caused all those TDR back in Fermi days (280.xx - 295.xx drivers).
Not impossible but Kepler is more similar to Maxwell than Fermi is to Kepler, from my understanding and you may be right.They just need to take the time, spend the money and tweak it out.It's not that late in the game for GTX700 users to update their vbios.But no, they'd rather drag it out because they know they have no competition in the "driver optimization" arena and that's why a lot their users stuck with them all these years, they're frickin good at it.