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quadro - grid 391.74 whql (probably last driver support fermi)

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by maur0, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. maur0

    maur0 Master Guru

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  2. AQUILES

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    I installed them yesterday for my 780Ti SLI and they work flawlessly on the games I've tried (BF1, BF4, GoW4).
     
  3. maur0

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    what driver is more faster this or GeForce HotFix 398.18?

     
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    It's hard to explain but I personally felt slightly better at 391.74 over 398.18.

    I suggest you try both so you can see for yourself which ones you think are best.
     

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    I dont install quadro drivers usually, but i gave a try to this version and I first time see the MSI irq mode on by default. Its normal for all quadro drivers or its something new?
     
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  7. Dragondale13

    Dragondale13 Maha Guru

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    These are smoother playing WD2...can't really tell much difference anymore between drivers since unlocking the voltage for my card...driving "crazy taxi" around the city, camera auto centering is smoother with these for sure but that's about it.
    I suppose it comes down to what games a user is playing mostly and just use what works.

    I'll choose using these over 398.18, if i had to...less chance of driver bug instances popping up.
     
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    Anyway better than current ones? Any bug? With anything above 391.35 i get TDR's ramdonly and its annoying.
     
  9. maur0

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    on my gtx 570 run perfect
     
  10. looniam

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    R391.74 (r390_00-321) / 10.18.13.6143 (12-16-2015)

    am i reading that right? this driver is a year and half old?
     

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    were are you reading that? previous post was GPUcapveiwer and GPU-Z shows the same:


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  13. WannaGofast

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    start/ run/ dxdiag

    peace
    wanna
     
  14. AQUILES

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    Same thing on my 780Ti SLI.
    I am very satisfied with these drivers.

    Apparently your GPUz is making a bad joke on you as the Quadro 391.74 drivers are from the beginning of June this year and not 2015.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Astyanax

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    no tdr's on my kepler machine on 391 or 397 drivers. check your vendor overclock.
     

  16. looniam

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    get the same 2015 date in gpu caps viewer on the Win7 drivers and through the device manager but dxdiag uses the time stamps:

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    Edit:

    i just noticed since it seems weird, the driver ver is 10.18.13.6143 as opposed to 23.21.13.91.74

    i assure everyone i downloaded the Win7 driver in the OP.
     
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    How can i check it? Its a GTX 650 MSI OC to 1071 from reference 1058. Downclocking to stock reference speed? Giving it a little more voltage? 391.35 works fine. 397 and so on give TDR's after a day, not so frequent but annoying.
     
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    either way is a good start, be surprised how many cards are out there with vendor overclocks not very stable.
     
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    Gonna try downclocking next time, currently im testing these drivers, are very good ones, maybe ill try the newer quadro's drivers 398 and see if they are like this xD
     

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