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Just noticed that the driver setup installs Geforce Experience even if you uncheck it.

That did not happen for me. I removed all check marks for everything, and it did exactly what it should do, only installed the driver for me.

Perhaps that's again that "International" vs. "English" download issue that some people report? I used the English file.
post #102 of 197
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That did not happen for me. I removed all check marks for everything, and it did exactly what it should do, only installed the driver for me.

Perhaps that's again that "International" vs. "English" download issue that some people report? I used the English file.

 

So you don't have the NvBackend.exe process in Task Manager, and "NVIDIA Geforce Experience" in msconfig's startup tab?

post #103 of 197
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Another game I'll add to this list is The Elder Scrolls Online.

* May be case specific but have played 3-4hrs elder scrolls online without any issues at all
post #104 of 197
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So you don't have the NvBackend.exe process in Task Manager, and "NVIDIA Geforce Experience" in msconfig's startup tab?

There's nothing from NVIDIA in the startup programs for me. There's three processes running, nvvsvc.exe (two times) and nvxdsync.exe.
post #105 of 197
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There's nothing from NVIDIA in the startup programs for me. There's three processes running, nvvsvc.exe (two times) and nvxdsync.exe.

 

Disabling the startup item got rid of it for good. I'm not sure why it would install the backend but not the frontend. I tested to see if it's somehow tied to NVENC, but I can record fine without it.

post #106 of 197
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Another game I'll add to this list is The Elder Scrolls Online.

None for me with this or 337.81 with ESO, you have an unstable oc. Played 10+ hours so far with 337.81.
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post #107 of 197
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There are some improvements but I doubt they're that big. I got another ~10% fps over 337.50 in star swarm (3 run average from custom scenario again).

I'm doing testing of Just Cause 2, Tomb Raider, Dirt Showdown, and Sleeping Dogs between 337.50, 337.81, and 337.88 now, will post my results later on. This got me intrigued...

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post #108 of 197
Did some testing and I have mixed feelings about this driver.


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I seem to get an overall better performance then my older driver 335.23 BUT I seem to get alot of stuttering while playing games atleast..... Good example would be warthunder frames seem to be going well through the roof but in some occasions the frames drop from 166frames yes I am not joking .... to 5 fps ... feels like my gpu's are going to explode at some point while these stutters occure...

Any thoughts on fixing this issue Did not do a complete driver sweep but while reading multiple forums alot of people seem to have the same problem even after using a driver sweeper.

On a side note Valley Benchmarks got a boost on my end atleast by 2-3 frames. Havent got anything against that ^^^but those.... stutters...



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post #109 of 197
Anyone try these drives out on planetside 2? Do they fix the constant driver failure that the 337.50 introduced?
post #110 of 197

Tested Just Cause 2 Concrete Jungle again and got the same results as 337.50. I shouldn't be greedy. 337.50 had already given me a +32% boost in framerate.

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