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|12-29-2018 02:31 PM|
"Fixes black screen on BenQ XL2730 monitor using 144Hz refresh rate"
LOL, I fixed it myself by switching from DP to HDMI 2.0 months ago. Way to stay on the ball Nvidia.
|12-29-2018 06:31 AM|
I tried to use this when purchasing a 2080ti. However the price was still the same at check out.....back it went.
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.
You get it. Trading data (essentially garbage) for Nvidia's optimizations is a win win in my mind. I thought I could run Fortnite with a 1080 at 1440p, thanks to Nvidia I'm running 720p (the way it's meant to be played). Thanks Nvidia!
And Nvidia did the honours:
Added or updated the following SLI profiles
I mean, I don't even...
|12-29-2018 06:30 AM|
|12-29-2018 05:32 AM|
|Blameless||Thanks for the update, but you have the wrong link for the hotfix driver.|
|12-29-2018 04:37 AM|
Hotfix 417.58 is out, updated OP.
Hotfix driver download Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
This is GeForce Hotfix driver version 417.xx that addresses the following:
Black screen when resuming from monitor sleep on some DisplayPort monitors
Windows 7: FPS drop when G-sync is used with V-sync in games
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Fixes occasional application crash in DirectX 12 mode
Fixes black screen on BenQ XL2730 monitor using 144Hz refresh rate
Fixes lockup when resuming from sleep on MSI GT83 notebook
|12-27-2018 02:47 AM|
|12-26-2018 12:23 PM|
|mouacyk||Could try NVCleanstall from TPU, if you want extra lean. None of the telemetry.|
|12-26-2018 11:20 AM|
|Ferreal||I don’t get why people are against using GFE. I’ve been using it since release and never had any issues. Installing/uninstalling has never been easier. People choose to use ddu instead lol.....|
|12-25-2018 06:35 PM|
|12-25-2018 05:32 PM|
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