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post #1121 of 1679
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Originally Posted by jLLL View Post

It is effected, at least for me. Game does not feel connected and smooth. My aim becomes hardly controllable and I even struggle to land easy shoots. Switching back to my R9 290 fixes it.
I play Counterstrike on a high competetive level and the 1080 is unusable for me.

Hey whats up.

I found this guy on the GeForce forums. He also had some gnarly effects from the 1080 in CSGO. We both regret buying this card at this point.
post #1122 of 1679
well same here for me in quake live, doesnt feel right, mouse is slugish/not responsive
post #1123 of 1679
Well, if it's down to software then NV must get it fixed, it's nearly going on a month 3 months that the 10 series have been out..

What I've mostly seen (like usual when a IHV has issues) is the red team acting like Christmas came early, and the green team sweeping it under the rug. It sucks for consumers who actually have issues, it happened to me a couple years ago with AMD, and because of the damage control it wasn't fixed for ages..

It's obvious this isn't an isolated issue, strange that the "tech journalists" aren't putting any pressure on Nvidia to get it fixed. rolleyes.gif
Edited by GorillaSceptre - 8/7/16 at 9:36am
post #1124 of 1679
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Originally Posted by lemonjuice View Post

well same here for me in quake live, doesnt feel right, mouse is slugish and it doesnt feel connected

Yes that is what some of my clients have stated the exact same words running with the 10's

My 1st thoughts when i was starting to get this kind of feedback months ago was it was to do with vsync ect not the case is it ....

there needs to be a reviewer or someone that can do intensive tests re these 10's and the issues where having ...hopefully the issues should be fixed with the next driver but i have doubts ....its now what 3 months since launch
Edited by harney - 8/7/16 at 9:33am
post #1125 of 1679
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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

Well, if it's down to software then NV must get it fixed, it's nearly going on a month 3 months that the 10 series have been out..

What I've mostly seen (like usual when a IHV has issues) is the red team acting like Christmas came early, and the green team sweeping it under the rug. It sucks for consumers who actually have issues, it happened to me a couple years ago with AMD, and because of the damage control it wasn't fixed for ages..

It's obvious this isn't an isolated issue, strange that the "tech journalists" aren't putting any pressure on Nvidia to get it fixed. rolleyes.gif

May 27th was a month ago?

Edit: I see you caught that already.
post #1126 of 1679
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Originally Posted by xer0h0ur View Post

May 27th was a month ago?

Edit: I see you caught that already.

Yeah, don't know why i typed a month.. tongue.gif
post #1127 of 1679
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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

Well, if it's down to software then NV must get it fixed, it's nearly going on a month 3 months that the 10 series have been out..

What I've mostly seen (like usual when a IHV has issues) is the red team acting like Christmas came early, and the green team sweeping it under the rug. It sucks for consumers who actually have issues, it happened to me a couple years ago with AMD, and because of the damage control it wasn't fixed for ages..

It's obvious this isn't an isolated issue, strange that the "tech journalists" aren't putting any pressure on Nvidia to get it fixed. rolleyes.gif

They all got cards donated and so they are bumming their asses. tongue.gif

They cant say anything bad about the awesome new Pascal architecture.
post #1128 of 1679
Honestly if this drags out any longer I will look into a class action lawsuit. Should make the 3.5GB 970 suit look like a practice trial.
post #1129 of 1679
That means you may get $30.5 after 3.5 years. You don't want to go down that road.
post #1130 of 1679
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Originally Posted by lemonjuice View Post

well same here for me in quake live, doesnt feel right, mouse is slugish/not responsive
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Yes that is what some of my clients have stated the exact same words running with the 10's

My 1st thoughts when i was starting to get this kind of feedback months ago was it was to do with vsync ect not the case is it ....

there needs to be a reviewer or someone that can do intensive tests re these 10's and the issues where having ...hopefully the issues should be fixed with the next driver but i have doubts ....its now what 3 months since launch

Thanks for the feedback guys, first time hearing from someone else about the mouse delay.
It is so bad that I even feel it on the desktop.
After installing the hotfix my max latency was halfed and before even testing it I felt the huge difference on the desktop, but still far away from my R9 290.
I am very sensitive to latency and delay, but it is so severe that everyone who played games for some time should feel it.
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