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post #241 of 1679
Just tried the new drivers, no change.

Come on Nvidia.
post #242 of 1679
I had the same problem, it's just motherboard. I returned / swapped motherboard and no more problems.
post #243 of 1679
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I had the same problem, it's just motherboard. I returned / swapped motherboard and no more problems.


Well that's good for you
glad you where able to resolve it
however for most the problem is not the main board
post #244 of 1679
Well no problems here with my Palit Gamerock 1070. My highest spike was 100 us but it usually stays at like 30-40
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post #245 of 1679
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Well that's good for you
glad you where able to resolve it
however for most the problem is not the main board

To be fair though it is usually a problem derived from motherboards so I understand where he's coming from
post #246 of 1679
its hard to find the actual culprit, maybe swapping the graphics card..
i never had high latency on my board (p8p67) with graphic cards from both sides

i just ask my friend that has an old board and the latency is horrible with a r270x

he run for too long tho but the gfc driver was over 300ms within a sec

this is with my current system

Edited by jmcosta - 7/14/16 at 7:51pm
post #247 of 1679
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Originally Posted by Farih View Post

I never use NV cards in DAW's for my clients.
Any NV driver always have more latency then any AMD driver.

Biggest culprit are still the Intel network drivers though.
Hyperthreading and HPET can bring alot of latency to frown.gif

Edit
I still think something else might be causing problems, i mean latency issue's on NV drivers have been here for years.
They get stutters and FPS drops and related that to latency, but that same latency didnt bother people before the 1070 and 1080 came out.

I think the latency issue is still there as it has always been (all NV cards) and the 1070 and 1080 are having another issue next to latency.


These are huge sources of system latency. I had one and couldnt get youtube to play without causing video drops and audio crackling until I pulled the mouse and swapped back to a Logitech.

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post #248 of 1679
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Originally Posted by STEvil View Post

These are huge sources of system latency. I had one and couldnt get youtube to play without causing video drops and audio crackling until I pulled the mouse and swapped back to a Logitech.

rat-te-matte-003.jpg

KILL IT WITH FIRE!

What in god's name is that atrocity?
post #249 of 1679
Madcat Rat. They actually work good for being a laser but every system i've tried one on has started having DPC issues..
post #250 of 1679
What 'fixed' audio issues for me while running MPC-HC, was turning on GPU hardware acceleration (Nvidia Cuvid) on in the LAV video filters. When it came to idle spikes, turning off EIST got rid of them for the most part. Not sure how it affected gameplay as I simply didn't have the time to test it. What I know for certain was, the GTX 960 I was temporarily using didn't have these problems at all.

I need to stop myself from jumping onto new node shrinks/releases, because I never seem to learn. If I go Pascal again, it'll be Big Pascal, and only if Nvidia properly supports DX12.
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