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Originally Posted by VolsAndJezuz View Post

It's my driver version of choice. You may want the newer drivers if you have newer hardware that needs it or want the NVIDIA settings for newer games.

For Windows 10, I have no idea guys. I have as much interest in switching to W10 as I do in leaving PC gaming to go back to console gaming.

Well, I'm only playing CS:GO, so I was just wondering which driver is the best in terms of FPS, etc.
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http://www.tweakforce.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=6902

Did anyone try Xtreme-G 16.7.1 WIN10 x64 driver on AMD GPU? any 290X users? how is it VS Crimson? Pro/Cons?
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does anyone else has issuw with benq xl2730t freesync not detected ? even installed windows 10 instead win 8.1 , tried the newest crismon driver. not supported it says
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Hello, r0ach! I don't know if you have tested it again after a while, but in my case using "GPU - No Scaling" instead of "Display - No Scaling" reduces latency so much that the difference is as clear as day ang night. I have ASUS VG248QE Monitor and the latest driver for my GTX 960. Was there a change with Nvidia drivers?

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Hello, r0ach! I don't know if you have tested it again after a while, but in my case using "GPU - No Scaling" instead of "Display - No Scaling" reduces latency so much that the difference is as clear as day ang night. I have ASUS VG248QE Monitor and the latest driver for my GTX 960. Was there a change with Nvidia drivers?

Which version you do currently use?
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post #2906 of 3608

I use version 368.69 on Windows 7 64-bit.

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About the scaling thing:

When you install a new Nvidia driver: "display - no scaling" is set.
If you click restore defaults: it changes to "display - aspect ratio".

This means, Nvidia is not using the default setting when doing a fresh driver installation.
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Originally Posted by VolsAndJezuz View Post

I prefer 347.09 Beta for slightly higher FPS, but 344.11 is good as well.

I get 10-15% better fps with 353.82 than 347.09. Ofc that would probably only be true for a 7** series card since that driver seems to be the best one to have the optimizations made and still be quite responsive. Not quite as good in that regard as 347.09 or the 344.11, 344.16 drivers tho but still quite good.
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Anyone know if it's possible to decrease polling rate on CM Storm QuickFire TK keyboard?
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I have a 580 GTX and play CSGO primarily. I tried some of the older drivers 344.11 and 347.09 Beta. I don't really notice any difference in responsiveness/input lag compared to the latest Nvidia drivers, but it I get a lot worse fps drops when looking in smokes.

What driver is recommended for the old 5-series?
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