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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-14-2018, 10:17 AM - Thread Starter
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[Nvidia] Geforce 416.94 Driver



Driver download Windows 10 64-bit

Driver download for all other versions/operating systems

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Game Ready
Provides the optimal gaming experience for Battlefield V, Fallout 76, and Hitman 2

New Features
Added support for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Redstone 5)
Added support for GeForce RTX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080/2080 Ti
NVIDIA Control Panel (3D Settings) Added clarification that the Triple Buffering setting is intended for OpenGL only.

Software Module Versions
nView - 149.34
HD Audio Driver - 1.3.38.4
NVIDIA PhysX System Software - 9.18.0907
GeForce Experience - 3.15.0.186
CUDA - 10.0

Added or updated the following SLI profiles
Basingstoke - AFR profile added
Divinity: Original Sin II - AFR profile added
Immortal: Unchained - AFR profile added
Jurassic World Evolution - AFR profile added
Seven: The Days Long Gone - AFR profile added

Fixed Issues in this Release
[GeForce GTX 780]: Activity on the desktop lags. [2423588]


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No issues to report on my end, works fine with OC and all.


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I wonder when they are going to upgrade the Physx package or just dump it completely. I wonder if they only keep it cause of the old games that still require it that ppl play in 4k lol.

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Found this tidbit on the release notes:

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GPU Runs at a High Performance Level (full clock speeds) in
Multi-display Modes
This is a hardware limitation with desktop and older notebook GPUs, and not a software
bug. When multiple displays are connected and active, the GPU will always operate with
full clock speeds in order to efficiently drive multiple displays–even when no 3D
programs are running.
For anyone running multi-monitors, there's a workaround using Nvidia Inspector: open the program, right-click the "Show Overclocking" box and select "Multi Display Power Saver". Select your GPU(s) and it should drop clocks.

For example, my 1080Ti will run 1569/5508 with my 2 monitors in extended mode (3440x1440/120Hz + 2560x1440/120Hz). Using the Power Saver mode, the 1080Ti will go to P8 power state and run at 608/405 with no issues.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Kokin View Post
Found this tidbit on the release notes:



For anyone running multi-monitors, there's a workaround using Nvidia Inspector: open the program, right-click the "Show Overclocking" box and select "Multi Display Power Saver". Select your GPU(s) and it should drop clocks.

For example, my 1080Ti will run 1569/5508 with my 2 monitors in extended mode (3440x1440/120Hz + 2560x1440/120Hz). Using the Power Saver mode, the 1080Ti will go to P8 power state and run at 608/405 with no issues.
thanks so much.been struggling with this for a while and indeed NV Inspector did the trick!

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Quote: Originally Posted by Kokin View Post
Found this tidbit on the release notes:



For anyone running multi-monitors, there's a workaround using Nvidia Inspector: open the program, right-click the "Show Overclocking" box and select "Multi Display Power Saver". Select your GPU(s) and it should drop clocks.

For example, my 1080Ti will run 1569/5508 with my 2 monitors in extended mode (3440x1440/120Hz + 2560x1440/120Hz). Using the Power Saver mode, the 1080Ti will go to P8 power state and run at 608/405 with no issues.
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thanks so much.been struggling with this for a while and indeed NV Inspector did the trick!
Issues like these where literally back 10years ago and more.. Really thought they had fixed this one by now, just wow.


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