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Anyone tried these yet?

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=409352

372.54

Did not solve my problems.

Looking at the changelog they just dumped the old DPC fix in.
post #1262 of 1677
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Did not solve my problems.

Looking at the changelog they just dumped the old DPC fix in.

I don't have too much credence in nvidias changelogs.



http://imgur.com/a/P9FTz


This is me, seems to have worked for me. None of the other drivers have worked for me. I also had already implemented all the possible fixes people seem to have tried.
Edited by Conditioned - 8/16/16 at 12:24am
post #1263 of 1677
New driver works. I had stutter in some of the bigger towns in Witcher 3 which I thought wasn't caused by the dpc latency since I had it on 980Ti as well. Now it's gone completely.
372.54

Edited by Klocek001 - 8/16/16 at 12:42am
post #1264 of 1677
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I have FINALY found a workaround for stuttering.

I have a 144hz monitor.

Downloaded the nvidia inspector profile and set global profile to limit FPS to max 60...... and it's butter smooth now.


Seems stuttering occurs with high FPS on a 144 hz monitor, but 60 fps constant is butter smooth.


My other nvidia settings are

vsync on and pre-rendered frames handled by 3dapplication
post #1265 of 1677
I'm going to put the 1070 back in tonight and see if this new WHQL fixes my hitching problem. At this point I don't really care that much about my DPC latency, as long as the hitching goes away I'll be happy.
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The new driver did not fix my hitching..... but limiting the fps to 60 fixed it.
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Looking at the release notes of the new driver, it refers to the hotfix driver as the source of dpc latency fix.

This would appear to mean no further work has been done.

If I'm wrong, feel free to correct me.
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Looking at the release notes of the new driver, it refers to the hotfix driver as the source of dpc latency fix.

This would appear to mean no further work has been done.

If I'm wrong, feel free to correct me.

Yes you may be correct

just starting testing some builds i have here with the 10's

some customer reports i am getting back is a mixed bag so far... but it seems the problems are still with us will know once i have tested my self but going on the feedback i have already not good

Yep testing right now and the problems still persist

This is a nightmare sometimes i wish i was just a customer and not a reseller of these problematic nvidia products that way i would not be getting the flac from my clients and i could just send it back and have done with it ..

Trying to get any form of support from nvidia is beyond a joke

Now yes i understand everything newly released will have some sort of issues bugs ect...but where well over 3 month period and all we got is them lowing the DPC ..
post #1269 of 1677
I've been following this thread and other threads for a while now as I've had stuttering issues when I first got my 1080. The stuttering in Dying Light was so bad it wasn't playable. Installed the new driver just a few minutes ago and Dying Light runs well now with no stutter issues. This is with a 6600k @ 4.7ghz.

I have not tested any other game. So at least it seems like these stutter issues can be fixed with a driver update down the road and are not a permanent hardware issue, for those of you still with issues.

I've checked my DPC latency and it hovers 70-140. This is on Windows 7 64bit.
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I have FINALY found a workaround for stuttering.

I have a 144hz monitor.

Downloaded the nvidia inspector profile and set global profile to limit FPS to max 60...... and it's butter smooth now.


Seems stuttering occurs with high FPS on a 144 hz monitor, but 60 fps constant is butter smooth.


My other nvidia settings are

vsync on and pre-rendered frames handled by 3dapplication

I bet this is the true fix!

At first i even said that my stutters could be duo to using the monitor at 144hz, but since others had the problem, i discard that option. What made me think this had logic: using my rig without the 1070 i had no stutters, but i was using the igpu and the monitor had to be at 60hz (because the igpu can't run it at 144hz). So, changing from the igpu to the 1070 made the stutters appear, but i also changed the hz of the monitor. Since some people did not have that issue on the exact same 1070, it could be from the fact they were using 60hz monitors while i was at 144hz or simply from faulty 1070 hardware or drivers.

So since you tested this and limited the FPS, it makes sense. Many people report problems playing at high fps, which again, tends to believe it's duo to hardware/drivers of the pascal line. Those people just had to limit the fps ingame to the stutters disappear, which is the same as what you did in the general desktop. I had no idea we could limit the fps that way and since i didn't want to give up from my 144hz settings, i never tried anything similar.

I'll try the new drivers to see if i get improvements on the video playback and if i don't, i'll definitely try what you did with the nvidia inspector. Thanks for your feedback.
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