Originally Posted by General123
That awkward moment when you have these drivers and nothing is wrong
Same thing here, but I'm going to install 314.22 just to be sure. With these 320.18 Tomb Raider was smoother in some parts of the game, but I've finished it now, so better be sure and roll back. This isn't the first time I've read about these problems, so better play it safe now, especially as I haven''t gamed much lately but intend to start again. I read somewhere (I think it was here on OCN) that this might have to do with non reference clocked cards where the driver might be trying to do something similar to Kepler's Boost feature. Of course adding voltage to a card where it's not supposed to happen can bring all sorts of problems.
Originally Posted by sdlvx
If this is a new issue, you can just look at release notes and deduce what it is by looking at what changed from working versions: http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/320.18/320.18-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf
Biggest change is GTX 780 support, with the new GPU boost. It'd be interesting to see if someone having these problems can monitor clock speeds and voltages on the cards, as well as temps, to see if the new boost is doing something like overclocking cards it's not supposed to overclock.
Other than that the release notes are a bunch of bugfixes. Unless they completely botched some bug fixes and made tons of new bugs, I'd lean more towards it being a problem with a new feature.
It's never fun to lose hardware and I feel sorry for the folks who have issues.
Yep, that's what I read about before.Edited by tpi2007 - 6/9/13 at 1:33pm