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Originally Posted by Noirgheos View Post

I don't really play games all that much anymore. I'm more of a Nintendo guy to be honest, but once ina while I'll binge on those sweet 60FPS+, 1080p+ and Ultra settings.
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Originally Posted by drazah View Post

Haha i know exactly what you mean, I do my weird things also... (lay on the floor next to my computer with the side panel off and adjusting each fans volt/rpm ever so slightly until I get that perfect pitch) My gf has spotted me doing this many times and she looks at me like im some kind of nut job but she can take a hike (lol).

Like right now it looks like my NH-U12S is sagging a bit over my 6700K, but I know if it really were bad, or if it really is sagging, I'd notice in different issues.
Edited by Noirgheos - 8/12/16 at 8:50am
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Guess it's the dpc fix driver they are talking about releasing next week : http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/no-mans-sky-pc-graphics-settings-4k-screenshots
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Originally Posted by Biorganic View Post

I hope they figure this out. I was considering a 1070, but not now.
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Originally Posted by TheBDK View Post

Microstutters coming out of my rear using the GTX 1060. I'm starting to doubt this was a good upgrade from my 270X. Sure I do get much higher frames, but 9 out of 10 games are microstuttering like crazy.
I have several watch dogs on 1060s and they do come in stock at a reasonable price but until this gets fixed for good I am not inclined to give NV a cent.
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Originally Posted by Trollitito View Post

I also don't have any problems with audio playback (from any source), it plays just fine. It's just the video image that has some sort of lag, it's like i'm watching a 10-15fps video.

At the very first i thought it was my eyes fault because i may have got used to 144hz, therefore, watching 24/30fps videos would make that sense of laggy. But comparing youtube vs file on computer, even the same video, it shows different results. And since i have some high DPC interrupts, it must be from that then.
If it goes away when you switch to a different GPU or even not use NV drivers with NV GPU then yeah it's the NV driver issue frown.gif
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Originally Posted by drazah View Post

Just got home and ran the test myself because I was curious and LatencyMon told me the same exact, even though I notice absolutely nothing wrong.

Just watched ~20 minutes of a movie in 1080p with no issue. Played ARK for a while @ 1440p Ultra Settings and no lag, tearing, stutter or anything. Waited for weather change and nothing, everything ran completely smooth. When i run LatencyMon, ALL of the stats go crazy and says my computer is having an issue. I have no experience with LatencyMon at all but whatever it is telling me is wrong, it is absolutely nothing I notice. I kept MSI Afterburner monitor up while the movie was playing and while gaming and saw absolutely no spikes or drops in anything, it was actually very consistent no matter what i did. Not sure if it matters too but also watched a bunch of videos on youtube, even some ping pong ones to see if i could notice anything in between shots or the trail of the ball tearing or whatever (idk) and noticed nothing but smooth transition all around.

*EDIT AFTER HOTFIX*

So I also installed the Hotfix patch just like F-Zero did above and everything normalized. But again, did not notice anything to begin with.
That's the thing not every system is affected to the point of stutter and not everyone also is fast enough to notice stutter and other issues. If everyone was then NV would have come up with a fix years ago.
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Originally Posted by TylerAD View Post

Is anyone pointing the finger at the way the boost/max clocks are handled? For instance my 970 stays locked in a 1490 core while I game, no fluctuations or lowering clock speeds. With the 10 series it seems that there is no hard lock to the OC and its constantly changing. I would assume this is what is causing all of these microstutter issues? Can someone prove or disprove this?
Unstable clock can/does cause microstutter but it should be so low you won't notice if it can even be measured on the output end. Unless the changes are too big affecting performance too much.
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Originally Posted by huzzug View Post

Well, if you're spending $400 on something, I'd make sure it gets all the basics right, and apparently, most of the 10 series cards get that wrong. It's a darn Video card, and has to get that straight. It's like getting a smartphone where its shoots 4K videos at 1000fps, but drops the call after every 30 seconds.
but it can only playback 240p@10fps.
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Originally Posted by Conditioned View Post

Guess it's the dpc fix driver they are talking about releasing next week : http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/no-mans-sky-pc-graphics-settings-4k-screenshots
No they are talking about specific driver level optimizations for a single game.
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No they are talking about specific driver level optimizations for a single game.

No -he- is talking about a specific driver that contains optimizations for NMS. This is also the driver that manuelg has talked about that contains dpc bug fixes.
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Is 369.09 still the latest driver?
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Is 369.09 still the latest driver?



Yes but I just found this on nvidia forum posted 2 hours ago by nvidia employee.
looks like new driver next week.

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as a 1070 owner even tho I did the test out of curiosity the 200+fps stutter doesnt bother me, because I do not see the point of gaming at 200fps. I play at either 60 or 30fps.
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as a 1070 owner even tho I did the test out of curiosity the 200+fps stutter doesnt bother me, because I do not see the point of gaming at 200fps. I play at either 60 or 30fps.

I am not affected by the DPC Latency problem either, Have had my 1070 since July 2, nice gpu.
I feel bad for the users that do cause some of them have it really bad.
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I am not at all convinced that the stutter/freezes that people experience are by definition a problem of DPC latency.

There are plenty of bugs in the recent Nvidia drivers and general stuttering for any reason what so ever is not unthinkable.

My Nvidia .sys DPC values are around 100-300us under load, that cannot explain the huge frame drops I've been getting imho.

At this point the stutters occur both with Win7 and Win10 :-( There's little purpose for me to sit on that crappy OS.
Edited by Marctraider - 8/13/16 at 1:54pm
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Ironically there is little reason for me to jump to Windows 10. 7 is by far the more stable operating system without having to take on the shenanigans of 8.1. At some point I will go to 10 but that time isn't near. My Win10 Pro key is ready whenever I make that move.
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