Originally Posted by bugsixx
How come none of the reviewers of this card found this issue ?
Either those reviews are crap or they were hiding it....
well frankly I was unaware of the issue for three weeks until I saw this thread, with the PC on almost 24/7 and gaming a few hours everyday. I'm still using the pc normally and can't say I see any signs of high latency, except latency monitor recording dpc execution/interruption spikes once every two or three times I run the test, spikes I can't really see in the actual use of my PC. If their systems with Pascal were anything like mine, with 20-40ms latency most of the time in a typical gaming load, I can't imagine they'd decide to look into the matter if they had a card for a limited period of time. Look at my post on top of this page, those numbers weren't really high enough for me to notice cause any trouble, and the reviewers aren't actually spending time watching the pc idle, they jump right into gaming benchmarks. Look at the fcat frametimes runs they recorded in several reviews, not indicative of any stutter.
What is more suspicious to me is not the fact they didn't find out about the issue during the review, that's understandable for me for reasons I just wrote, it's the fact the issue has been exposed for several days now and there's nothing on hardware review sites
that sucks cause if there was nvidia would have to pull the hotfix drivers out of their butts pretty quickly
Originally Posted by EightDee8D
If there's something wrong on nvidia gpus, 100% guaranteed they won't tell you until actual users find it.
was it any different with amd crimson driver fan bug overheating the cards or rx480 overloading the pci-e slot ? double
for amd for those