Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by z.., Jul 25, 2009.
do these fix AA in games like Bioshock?
I guess BioShock can't do antialiasing. It's a "game problem".
never mind, it worked on 190.38 on this setup but it didn't work on the other computer's 9800GTX on 190.38
forced AA is not working for Assassin's Creed though, going to try and see if it works on 190.40
I just tried these, they are worse then the 190.38. I get better performance with the 190.38
These drivers support a few of the 8 series cards but not my 8800 Ultra... I had to stick with 190.38's
The reason I have not done a driver review yet is because the day I got this driver I also got a Phenom II 955 and overclocked it to 3.5ghz at 1.344 volts, so anything I would post would be skewed against my previous driver reviews
Soon as there is a newer version of the 190's I'll post a review of the .40's and whatever newer version of the 190's comes out
Did these drivers fix the problem where only 3D Low Power Clocks would kick in instead of the 3D High Power clocks? Only this 190.38 and 190.15 do this on my GTX 295
3D High Power clocks? what do you mean ..
190.38 here and 2d and 3d kick in fine ..
200/200b series have 3 power levels. 2D, low power 3D, and high power 3D.
Did you set 'prefer maximum performance' in either the global setting or on the individual app that was giving you issues?
yep globally set to prefer max performance and in the 3D Profile of the games it's also set to the same.
I've noticed an improvement in fps when using stereo in several games
its not a bug, his display simply doesn't expose a mode that can work as 60hz, so the display is forced to 59.
Well that ex-planes allot .. there is 2d mode and 3d mode i.e Clock's or am i missing something .
getting +15 fps in crysis on very high. before it went only up to 21-23 fps now I getting 35-41 fps.
Not true! I too have this problem and my display can handle 60Hertz just fine.
Nope, your system is actually doing 59hz and is rounding off to 60.
Check your DDC with softMCCS and you'll see for yourself.
DDC softMCCS? All I need to do is check from my monitor what hz its using. and the monitor says 60hz and it wont lie.
yes it will actually. monitors round up to the nearest whole number.
Windows 7 doesn't round up, but it doesn't show the point values either.
The screen is really running at 59.94, but the monitor can only ever round off to 60hz.
If it's that close is more 60hz then 59hz so I win