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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

i am not using mvp virtu.
I followed this guide about disabling powermizer : https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/solved-dropouts-cracks-pops-on-windows-7-and-nvidia-gfx-card.126080/

I dont really undstnd,what this feature can make better.....All cards throttling without load, and spikes/freezes/dropouts can be from not correct CPU settings. For videocards,on my opinion, powermizer its placebo.

From your link, guy check his latency for nvidia driver components, i have some latency from them too,but from kernel and main driver. IRQ problem?)

Update. I try disable powermizer, dont see difference.
Edited by Rty345 - 10/23/15 at 4:38am
post #2042 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

Still using 344.11 here, that and 347.09 BETA seem to be the two drivers people approve of on here.

Do you solely install the driver and nothing else? cuz I'm mainly playing CS:GO and League, and I legitimately don't know if I need to install Nvidia PhysX or not for those games in particular.
post #2043 of 3506
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Originally Posted by rivage View Post

Do you solely install the driver and nothing else? cuz I'm mainly playing CS:GO and League, and I legitimately don't know if I need to install Nvidia PhysX or not for those games in particular.

Only driver. PhysX by choice - its for magical physic calculations on gpu
post #2044 of 3506
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Originally Posted by rivage View Post

Do you solely install the driver and nothing else? cuz I'm mainly playing CS:GO and League, and I legitimately don't know if I need to install Nvidia PhysX or not for those games in particular.
Yes, Graphics Driver only, since I only play CS:GO.
post #2045 of 3506
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Originally Posted by rivage View Post

Do you solely install the driver and nothing else? cuz I'm mainly playing CS:GO and League, and I legitimately don't know if I need to install Nvidia PhysX or not for those games in particular.

I'd recommend you install PhysX with the driver as well, since many games won't start without it and it would be a hassle and unnecessary to install it separately.
post #2046 of 3506
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Originally Posted by AndiWandi View Post

I'd recommend you install PhysX with the driver as well, since many games won't start without it and it would be a hassle and unnecessary to install it separately.

Are you sure it won't affect the games that don't support it like League and CS? like dpc latency-wise (or changing cursor movement)? it won't increase it right if I let it installed?
post #2047 of 3506
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Originally Posted by rivage View Post

Are you sure it won't affect the games that don't support it like League and CS? like dpc latency-wise (or changing cursor movement)? it won't increase it right if I let it installed?

The PhysX package in general is unlikely to increase DPC latency in any case, since it's only used when a game requests its library. There is no special service added that runs in the background. CS GO and other Source engine games do not use PhysX, but Havok physics engine. I doubt League of Legos uses any physics engine.
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okey so i changed my GPU to MSI-mode.
Overall performance is better,no huge fps drops at all and game stuttering is not often as it was,but my mouse sometimes was so fast and my aim is fcked.
Someone know,can MSI-mode causing mouse accelerating or something like this?
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

okey so i changed my GPU to MSI-mode.
Overall performance is better,no huge fps drops at all and game stuttering is not often as it was,but my mouse sometimes was so fast and my aim is fcked.
Someone know,can MSI-mode causing mouse accelerating or something like this?
same thing happend to me when putting my GPU on msi-mode. my aim was all over the place and it felt like there was mouse acceleration\inpug lag higher than usual.
I ended up reverting it.
post #2050 of 3506
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Originally Posted by AndiWandi View Post

The PhysX package in general is unlikely to increase DPC latency in any case, since it's only used when a game requests its library. There is no special service added that runs in the background. CS GO and other Source engine games do not use PhysX, but Havok physics engine. I doubt League of Legos uses any physics engine.

Alright thank's for clarifying.
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

okey so i changed my GPU to MSI-mode.
Overall performance is better,no huge fps drops at all and game stuttering is not often as it was,but my mouse sometimes was so fast and my aim is fcked.
Someone know,can MSI-mode causing mouse accelerating or something like this?

It does something kinda similar to me when I enable MSI-Mode on my GTX 760. Thought I was alone.
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