Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Boomstick777, May 15, 2013.
Haway the SLI there mate ffs
Why am i not surprised. That said at least its one more feature, even if it is only for Turing.
Has anyone tried DLSS On, with some Image Sharpening as well ?
Game Ready v441.41 WHQL Released
Thanks for the heads up.
Installed, and running fine so far
Be warned, in 441.41 nvidias control panel vsync does not work!
[V-Sync]: V-Sync does not work. 
In game vsync is fine, but for me I rely on nvidias vsync for RDR2 as the in game vsync causes stutters.
This driver should have never been released with a major bug like that!
Useless for gsync users then?
Don't use a gsync panel so I have no idea if gsync is affected. But vsync globally in the control panel or even adding vsync on a per game basis doesn't work at the moment. They really should pull this driver until this is fixed.
Using a G-Sync compatible screen here, and Nvidia CP V-Sync works fine.
G-Sync panel here too, V-Sync seems to work fine.
Agree. Epic bug. How can they break that!
Can you link to this as I cant find it. I've looked through the notes and cant see it. Unless I'm blind.
I think I'll wait for the inevitable hotfix!
Gsync here too on latest driver, Vsync shows fine but obviously whilst using Gsync I don't touch Vsync.
Seems like a Windows 10 only issue possibly.
Been updated, V-Sync only broken in 2x games, Sniper Elite 4, and SOTTR, while in DX12.
I'm now stuck on the Windows 10 default drivers with my 980ti. Think they are 430.86 432.00.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider will only launch with DX12 (and it's need on the old boy for those extra fpssss as DX11 is a laggy mess for me) on those drivers. I get the device hung/removed DXGI error I've tried ALL of the other drivers since, even the "clean" ones. Any that install myself fail to launch SOTTR in DX12, even the previous ones.
I've done a reinstall on Windows 10 as well, and all I have is Steam and drivers loaded :/ At a complete loss at what is different from the drivers from NVidia's site that causes this over the ones Windows installs.
I suppose once I've finished with SOTTR I can just move on and install newer drivers as I have no issues with anything else.
Game Ready v441.66 WHQL Released.
Well that was ******* odd, i just installed these, and i lost my sound, i only had sound, if i did a speaker test, so after a bit of hair pulling, i went back into my Realtek Console, and noticed that my speakers were not ticked anymore, so i ticked em again, and BOOM!, sorted, wtf Nvidia!
Bit of googling, reveals that this could be caused by the Nvidia HDMI Driver that gets installed, so will not install that anymore, as no use for it
I haven’t had any sound issues. Sounds like a specific issue with certain setups. Let us know how it goes mate.
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