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12-01-2018 08:44 AM
M3Stang So Installed it on my 1070 build and it seems fine. Don't know why the 1050 Ti is affected this way.
11-30-2018 03:24 PM
M3Stang
417.01 drivers darker display, jagged text

Anyone else noticed this with the new drivers? Installed them on my HTPC and everything is darker and text is more jagged. Also while installing the screen went black (as it always does with driver installs) and it stayed that way and the GPU fans went full speed. I reinstalled them through the package installer rather then GeForce experience and I managed to get them installed. After seeing what to me looks like horrible quality I reverted back to the previous ones. 416.xx whatever the one right before 417.01 is and it looks much better. I am afraid to install these drivers on my 1070 build and my 1080 build.

This build:
Ryzen 3 2200G
8GB DDR4
EVGA GTX 1050 Ti SSC
Powerspec 430w psu
Gigabyte D3SH or something like that motherboard
Win 10 Pro x64

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