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Rolled back drivers problem solved... what is going on with NVidia's driver team..
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Rolled back drivers problem solved... what is going on with NVidia's driver team..

Pascal, once a new generation of cards come out they focus on optimizing for the new cards.

I usually don't update drivers unless I need to, or I can get better folding points on a new driver. Tend to go for 6+ months or longer between driver updates.
 
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Pascal, once a new generation of cards come out they focus on optimizing for the new cards.

I usually don't update drivers unless I need to, or I can get better folding points on a new driver. Tend to go for 6+ months or longer between driver updates.

I can understand shifting their focus, but I don't think that should lead to increased instability for their older cards.

I was literally unable to play anything without driver crashes on the two newest drivers.
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Can people with SLI confirm if the following combinations are working in any games?

1. SLI + G-Sync
2. SLI + G-Sync + DSR

How is stutter? Does it vary with fps thresholds? Thanks.
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1. Yep
2. Yep

I'm one of the lucky ones (or denial according to some) who doesn't notice SLI microstutter. Might be the gsync?
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I would say that if it's all working, then G-Sync is helping in eliminating stutter which is what I want to believe. With G-Sync, the scanouts happen when ever the frame is complete by each GPU, so with minimal engine delay, it should synchronize best with your expected perception of the scene. Stutter is observed when ever the rendered scene is out of sync with the observer's expectation due to perceptible delays in the frame. We throw this word around a lot, along with judder, and micro-stutter, but I hope my attempt as defining it makes sense. They all have to do with a rendered scene being recognizably ahead or behind in time relative to our current perception of how the scene should look. Enough occurences of it will ruin an experience.
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Rolled back drivers problem solved... what is going on with NVidia's driver team..

What drivers you used right now?




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Mr Mcgoo thnx i love what your doing with mi bios is 130% power limit but never reached no power limit throttling BTW, thnx maybe later can help me with a goog bios for 1.230v+ ant this power limit, no to much voltage because im on air cooler and Costa Rica is very hot!!!! THNX AGAIN!!!
your welcome. let me know when you need the help for higher than 1.230 and i'll be here smile.gif
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sorry but the voltage is stable and isn't related to vdroop. it simply means that's all the voltage allowed via bios/driver (and AB if adjusted).
my asus gtx 780 did this due to vdroop but then I couldn't go any higher than the bios I had allowed. so in this case your most likely right smile.gif
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@Mr Mcgoo : Yeah, that's what I thought when I saw that voltage going up to 1.22v just by sliding the.. ahem, slider. tongue.gif I'll try to see if it's locked at 1.25, but only once it's watercooled. Thanks to offer to edit my bios, but I like to understand what I do, and how it is/should be done. What did you planned to edit exactly ? The power target ? Forbid the GPU to downclock ?

Do you, or someone else, have a link explaining how to do such modification to the bios ?
I read a lot of this thread already, but didn't find a reference for that.

By the way, I did some data gathering this summer when the weather was hot. My card was going up to 82°C, which is its temp target. That's what GPU-Z was telling me :

GPU MEM T V
1405.2 1811.3 81 1.162

And sometimes :
1418.3 1811.3 72 1.18

And even :
1444 1811.3 54 1.224

Is that the throttling you are talking about in this thread ?
I guess, as it is as high as 1.22v when it's below 60°, then goes to 1.18 until aroun 75° where it goes down to 1.162. Boundaries are from very very quick data analysis.
I planned to help you get a max stable overclock. as you can push your voltage manually without a modded bios all I would of done in this case is increase the power target to allow the gpu to use more watts than stock allowing higher stable clock speeds.
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Pascal, once a new generation of cards come out they focus on optimizing for the new cards.

I usually don't update drivers unless I need to, or I can get better folding points on a new driver. Tend to go for 6+ months or longer between driver updates.
^THAT though i look on the guru3D forums (they always sticky the latest driver) to see if there are any FPS increases in what games i play or benching.

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sorry but the voltage is stable and isn't related to vdroop. it simply means that's all the voltage allowed via bios/driver (and AB if adjusted).
my asus gtx 780 did this due to vdroop but then I couldn't go any higher than the bios I had allowed. so in this case your most likely right smile.gif
gotcha. thumb.gif

some(?) cards do have LLC to compensate. i had a 980ti classy and a bunch of folks were claiming it had vdroop because of the reading they would get in AB or PX. well since i had a probe it and DMM i made a video to show them:

as i mentioned, don't trust software readings to draw conclusions. it might be a good ballpark but the best reading (sans a classy with a probe it) is use a DMM on a gpu chip capacitor. wink.gif

please don't get me wrong -not trying to critic your 780 experience, just sharing mine.
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^THAT though i look on the guru3D forums (they always sticky the latest driver) to see if there are any FPS increases in what games i play or benching.

Yep, plus, I tend to not buy new games on launch anyways. I wait out several months to even a year. By then there are stable drivers, all the patches released, etc.
 
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