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post #11 of 34 (permalink) Old 12-15-2018, 11:32 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Assirra View Post
That is why you either use the nvidia slimming tool before install.
I tried to use this when purchasing a 2080ti. However the price was still the same at check out.....back it went.
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That is why you either use the nvidia slimming tool or just manually remove all that junk before install.
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I tried to use this when purchasing a 2080ti. However the price was still the same at check out.....back it went.
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Quote: Originally Posted by umeng2002 View Post
Never heard of it before.

NVIDIA driver slimming utility

i tried it while it was beta and it's process of "checking" the driver took longer than the whole manual process explained here (in the spoiler at the bottom of OP.)

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-How to: Clean Driver by Yourself Guide-
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open the exe in winzip, extract only the files in root/folders needed, then run the installer.

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if you don't extract stuuf like the GFE or HD audio folders (or even physx) then you won't see the check boxes to install that/those.

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I just install them stock so that Nvidia can personalise my content and experiences based on the data that they've lovingly mined from my system.

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These updates seem to focus almost exclusively on the RTX cards with marginal improvements for the others so is there any point for the rest of us to update?
I've actually been skipping driver releases here and there. I don't see any improvements for games I play and my 1080Ti performs the same each driver release. I usually wait 1-2 months between updates now, still on 416.94.

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While not the most interesting driver release, I can at least confirm that it works fine in Battlefield V, Far Cry 5 and AC: Syndicate, along all daily tasks.


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There is also a 417.42 "Vulkan driver" https://developer.nvidia.com/vulkan-driver

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