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Version 419.17 WHQL - Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by DooGie, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    I personally can't tell ANY difference between Optimal and Adaptive options in daily usage. Most games run fine with Optimal and when there are games which have issues maintaining stable framerates with it Adaptive doesn't really help either and Max Perf is the only way to solve these.
     
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  2. Robbo9999

    Robbo9999 Maha Guru

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    Ah, you don't set the Global Settings to Prefer Maximum Performance, instead you have Global Settings on Adaptive or Optimal, but then on the Program Settings tab you set Prefer High Performance for each of your games - that way it downclocks on the desktop, but remains at max frequency during gaming.
     
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    Oh, that's a lot of work but I guess it might be worth it. I'll try it out and report back.
     
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  4. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    As I've said, you only need to set Max Perf for a handful of games you play. Optimal/Adaptive issues are mostly happening when you're running some old(er) game with vsync / framerate limit meaning that your GPU is constantly underutilized and always downclocking - this may lead to stutters when a scene in such game is suddenly significantly more complex than a previous one meaning that the GPU has to ramp the clocks up, and this isn't a momentarily process so you get a stutter at this point.

    Basically, if you're running at a vsync / framerate limit AND you see your GPU downclocking AND you get occasional stutters - then you should try setting High Perf for this game and see if this will help.
     
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  5. Netherwind

    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Which driver were you on again?

    Sounds wise, I'll give it a go.

    Just for the record, I've played on the AC:Odyssey (4K), FFXV (4K), Apex (3440x1440) and SotTR (3440x1440) on the 417.75 driver which all run great at max clock (light OC). Let's see if I can recreated this on 419.17
     
  6. dr_rus

    dr_rus Ancient Guru

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    Any of them really. I don't notice anything being different here during the last couple of years and both my 1080 and 2080.

    At these resolutions and in such new games you're unlikely to see any benefit from using High Perf as your GPU will probably max out even on Optimal/Adaptive. Well, Apex Legends may behave differently I guess.
     
  7. tensai28

    tensai28 Maha Guru

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    Okay so...metro exodus dx12 stuttering is completely gone on the quadro version of these drivers but present in the regular whql. Don't ask me why.
     
  8. Keesberenburg

    Keesberenburg Master Guru

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    No stutters and frametime spikes with last 2 gf drivers.
     
  9. Ultra Male

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    Yes. again, why on earth would anyone want to put their GPU at 0 MHz if there's nothing drawing and the screen and hopefully have the clock speeds ramp up when needed? I wish it worked as it ws advertised but it doesn't. Setting it to adaptive is the best choice, clock speeds are at minimal until something that needs GPU power kicks in. For example, when watching a video perhaps if you're using a video player that supports GPU Hardware support like Splash Player or SVP (Smooth Video Project)
     
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    yes i don't know why too, not only metro, apex legends play smooth like a magic ~2 hours without crash or issues with that quadro driver :|
    hot news: with 419.17 quadro driver mod for 2080ti , my friend said his atifracted 2080ti back , i'm checking it
     
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  13. dr_rus

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    GPU is never at 0 MHz and as far as I can tell clocks are the same between Optimal and Adaptive.
     
  14. DJ_Casper

    DJ_Casper Master Guru

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    Why install Quadro on 2080 Ti card? (facepalm)
     
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    i try to download drivers to search what can fix metro suttering and apex legends. But one time wrong click to quadro , and i think " why not try?" :D
     
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  16. Radical_53

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    So far, I don't like this driver at all.

    First of all, it feels stuttery even with high framerates. Witcher 3 at 60fps or Black Ops 4 at 100fps both felt weird with it.
    Then, each game I start in "borderless" mode gets limited to 50fps, even though vsync is off.

    I'll change them to something different as soon as possible.
     
  17. -Tj-

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    Try 419.09 vulkan


    I'm at this driver atm, metro exodus run a bit better, went from 418.81 to this 419.09, but still has occasional stutter by new area a lot less though, but I also switched to dx11 since I saw it can have small boost.. will try that quadro myself later if I have extra time.
     
  18. Radical_53

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    Thanks! I’ll give them a try.
     
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    what is nvidia telemetry client (sounds like tracking software) and why does it fail to install? must be a good thing i guess.
     
  20. BenchAndGames

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    A simple question, can produce a CPU overclock failures with my graphics card ?

    I'm trying to find stability for a slight overclock to my processor, and today just after starting the computer I opened google chrome, and I had a system freeze, for about 10 seconds, and then the screen went black and the screen appeared again with the system running.

    ID EVENT 14 - The description of event 14 is not found on the origin nvlddmkm
    and after few seconds 2x ID EVENT 4101 - nvlddmkm stopped working and has recovered

    So it can be related to the CPU overclock, cuz im testing it so im not sure its 100% stable, or it can be related to the graphic card ? Before CPU didnt happaned, but this graphic its new, I has 1 week, so I dont know what can be
     

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