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I use plays.tv to auto record my video games. When I switched to the 1080 from a 980 ti, my recordings had audio/video sync issues. What was weird was the video was delayed and not the audio. It was ruining all of my videos. It turned out that the video latency issue with the 1080 was the culprit. The hot fix drivers took care of the issue. Sad that I had a lot of clips I wanted to post that are unwatchable because of the sync issue.
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post #882 of 1679
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gtx 1080 on the left and intel hd530 on the right...
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Next to massive in-game stutter, you tube videos also introduce huge DPC spikes still.
post #884 of 1679
Are we just supposed to use our 700$ cards as paperweights or whats the solution here?
post #885 of 1679
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Originally Posted by harney View Post

Yes linux is something i wanted to try but have not got time too..so will be interested in your results

Re clocks locked i thought it was an gpu boost 3 issue but i had triad this a while back with same issues

I think I have the choppy audio issue even with no driver installed. Booted Ubuntu, and had the same issue and no driver was loaded. I tried to play music on WinPE based on Windows 8.1 and there is no Nvidia driver there too but also was choppy. Not so choppy as it was 2 days ago, now it much much less choppy.

I never tested audio when I did a clean install of Windows, I just checked latency without driver.
But I do know hat I did not have this issue with the previous cards: Intel HD 530, GTX 970, R9 390, AMD 280x.



Edit: Moved DP cable to port 1, (had it connected to port 2) and re connected the speaker cables, now I don't notice crackling sound.
Maybe it's temporary or the crackling sound is completely gone. Listened to five songs so far.

Played CS now and it seems there is no stutter, alt tabbing is not laggy either.

Edited by dislikeyou - 7/29/16 at 3:49pm
post #886 of 1679
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Are we just supposed to use our 700$ cards as paperweights or whats the solution here?

Well as a reseller and with a fair few customers on my back
i was getting good support from nvidia keeping me updated ..
but as from last week ...now i am just being ignored ..

What i would do is this if nothing is fixed for you in the next driver then i would send it back and go for a card that works 980 ti

to me it seems nvidia just do not care
post #887 of 1679
I'm going to backup my system and see what upgrading to spydows 10 does.

You can bet it works just fine there. Collaboration with Nvidia and Microcrap to get more users to Windows 10, as with DirectX12... same story.
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I'm going to backup my system and see what upgrading to spydows 10 does.

You can bet it works just fine there. Collaboration with Nvidia and Microcrap to get more users to Windows 10, as with DirectX12... same story.

I upgraded to Windows 10 simply due to the hopes that it'd fix the latency issue. I can attest that it doesn't change anything.
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I think I have the choppy audio issue even with no driver installed. Booted Ubuntu, and had the same issue and no driver was loaded. I tried to play music on WinPE based on Windows 8.1 and there is no Nvidia driver there too but also was choppy. Not so choppy as it was 2 days ago, now it much much less choppy.

I never tested audio when I did a clean install of Windows, I just checked latency without driver.
But I do know hat I did not have this issue with the previous cards: Intel HD 530, GTX 970, R9 390, AMD 280x.



Edit: Moved DP cable to port 1, (had it connected to port 2) and re connected the speaker cables, now I don't notice crackling sound.
Maybe it's temporary or the crackling sound is completely gone. Listened to five songs so far.

Played CS now and it seems there is no stutter, alt tabbing is not laggy either.

Thx for the update

So With CS in windows was it bad stutters ect
and now on Ubuntu with CS its fine no problems
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Thx for the update

So With CS in windows was it bad stutters ect
and now on Ubuntu with CS its fine no problems

Not in Ubuntu, in Windows. I didn't have bad stutter but there was a bit of stutter/lag going on occasionally/randomly, now it seems like it's fully gone.

I can just feel a bit of lag in the menus still, the FPS is 119 but when I press Inventory button for example it drops to 70 or 39, but it does not do it all the time, sometimes it stays at 119 and there is no lag. Probably it is some other issue and not related.

Listened to music for a few hours now and and there is no crackling sound.

All I did was moving displayport cable to port 1 and re connecting the speaker cable and oh yeah I also unplugged my printer but don't think the printer has anything to do with it.
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