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post #231 of 1679
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there's new drivers have you guys tried it?

Still not fixed frown.gif
post #232 of 1679
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Welcome to the Nvidia latency club then

not good is it

Post on there forums and fill out a feedback form then the more we do the better for all of us that they fix this quick
increase the pressure.... if it helps at all but this is Nvidia so i doubt it... Personally this card is going back because of this tested in three other pc's same issue

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/941579/geforce-1000-series/gtx-1080-high-dpc-latency-and-stuttering/19/?offset=279#4928536

http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=6e7ea6bb4a02641fa8f07694a40f8ac6


I myself and other peeps spending over £400+ for 1070 and £600+ 1080 its crazy to have this problem and before anybody shoots me down re new tech will be sorted in the driver ...is it going to be sorted i doubt it but will have to wait and see .....

Since DPC seems fine when the cpu/gpu ramp up, is it actually a problem that it's high when they're clocked down? That's not an expected outcome?
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post #233 of 1679
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Since DPC seems fine when the cpu/gpu ramp up, is it actually a problem that it's high when they're clocked down? That's not an expected outcome?

For some people its fine but other are having spikes and its creating lag stutters when playing

For me my desktop browsing lags bad only selecting HP in power options helps but does still spike on odd occasions

in gaming i seem fine but its clearly a problem either way nvidia have replicated the issue so are totally aware of the problem
the question is are they going to fix resolve it

Just disappointed it was not fixed in the latest driver
post #234 of 1679
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For some people its fine but other are having spikes and its creating lag stutters when playing

For me my desktop browsing lags bad only selecting HP in power options helps but does still spike on odd occasions

in gaming i seem fine but its clearly a problem either way nvidia have replicated the issue so are totally aware of the problem
the question is are they going to fix resolve it

Just disappointed it was not fixed in the latest driver


I think everyone is getting the latency spikes, just not everyone is experiencing problems because of those spikes. There will no doubt be some sort of fix for it, the questions are how well the fix works and does something else get sacrificed in the fix.
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post #235 of 1679
I wonder what core/mem clock ppl with audio/video playback problems have on their cards set to default optimal power mode in nv control panel. and look at your gpu power at the same time.
maybe that's the issue, the card has problems with regulating its own power ... mine sits at 139MHz but when I load a few 1080p videos at the same time it jumps to 930MHz, sometimes settles at 400MHz after a while, card's power also goes slightly up, from 4% in idle to 6-7% and I got no lag/stutter/sound issues whatsoever
post #236 of 1679
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How about you use the free programs to show us the latency from the card you supposedly have instead of smokescreening a problem nvidia confirmed they have?

And guess what,I also have a 1080,when I setup an aircooled board I will do the same,we can compare all day long.

G3D < Nvidia....

Personal exp > Someones else's word of mouth. It might happen in some cases but I personally built a computer for a friend and I have seen no symptoms.
    
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post #237 of 1679
What brand of card?
post #238 of 1679
They've acknowledged that enabling MFAA in NVCP causes stub error popups when opening shortcuts about 3 driver releases ago and have still not fixed it....
They said they were able to replicate the issue and were implementing a fix.

So maybe we'll see a fix to this within the next 5 driver releases? Maybe? MFAA should be significantly easier to fix and they've still been incapable of that, and it was first on the list.
post #239 of 1679
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Not really sure what I'm looking for here -- how does this look?

perfect latency at max clocks under load which means you're just fine in games
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post #240 of 1679
an update from me, with a game running I left latency monitor running and just sat watching it for a few minutes.

The average latency is way down when the card is dealing with 3d load although I do still get occasional spikes over 500us. So the problem in my case is mostly when the card is in 2d clocks.
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