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Originally Posted by Booty Warrior View Post
Yep. This is a well documented issue with all drivers from 280 onwards. Just from reading the feedback on their forums, it seems to be effecting 460/560/560 Ti owners more so than others.

I had it with 280.26 before rolling back to 275.33. No issues in the month or so, since.
Exact same situation with my 560Ti. No issues with 275.33 at all, but I get TDR errors constantly on any 28X driver (mostly when using Firefox for some reason... currently using Chrome to see if it still happens).
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oddly enough im getting these same problems with the newest WHQL drivers on my SLI GTS 250's but they didnt have that problem in the 27x.xx sets....
 
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Whelp, enough feedback says it's likely the drivers, so off I go to install the old ones.
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Originally Posted by HK_47 View Post
epic fail, the very reason I switched to Nvidia was for better driver support,
I get the kernal crash about 3-4 times a day, I'm really wishing I would have gotten an AMD card now
Yeah, it seems to be luck of the draw. Some have good luck with nVidia and back luck with AMD, or vice versa (or maybe some have good or bad with both).

I haven't used ATI/AMD for a long while for GPUs myself, so I can't say, but a Radeon X1550 I got for my parents PC did cure them of their Intel IGP having this very issue in Windows Vista years back, so I can't say anything bad about it. nVidia was also all but flawless for me until this one.
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oddly enough im getting these same problems with the newest WHQL drivers on my SLI GTS 250's but they didnt have that problem in the 27x.xx sets....
That's not some sound news. I hope the 28x.xx WHQL ones don't end up inheriting this issue. Maybe I'll hold off of updating right away.
post #14 of 14
Oh god back when i used a gtx 460 my drivers crashes bout 3 times a day... it was irritateing... unfortuently ima have to go back to that card due to rma of my current one
>.< oh well mabey ill get lucky with the drivers..
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