Windows 10: Windows 10 Build 10074/10122/10125 Solved


  1. Posts : 8
    Windows 10 10125
       28 May 2015 #1

    Windows 10 Build 10074/10122/10125


    Hey guys i have the past 2 weeks tryed these 3 builds with nvidia windows 10 beta driver 352.63, 352.84 and windows 8.1 352.86 and SLI turned ON. And in all situations i get random stutter/fps lag or lag spikes. I have managed to reduce the amount of stutter and etc with the windows 10 352.63 driver. Well the point is if i turn OFF sli i get normal game experience like in windows 8.1, but when i first tryed windows 10 when insider preview came out i had no problem with installing nvidia driver for windows 8.1 and run SLI in fact i had 10-20 fps more then i had in windows 8.1 in Dying Light and CS:GO. So are there someone with windows 10 there run SLI who experienced the same problem as me and fixed them or is there anything i can do so i can play games with SLI again or do i have to go back to windows 8.1 again?

    Bonus info: i have done upgrade and clean install with all 3 builds with same result

    Sry for my english and if i missed some information feel free to write it. i hope someone can help me with a solution

    Regards Exsiite
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  2. Posts : 1,502
    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview x64
       28 May 2015 #2

    I've experienced the same issues with all three builds and those drivers. Actually, the Windows 10 drivers would cause my system to hard lock while playing games, and the 352.86 won't install properly. The solution that has worked for me on builds 10122/10125 was going back to 8.1 drivers 347.88. SLI is working properly again, no lock ups and minimal stuttering on my GTX 970s. I get more stuttering on build 10125 than I did on 10122, so you may want to stick with 10122 and the 347.88 or 350.12 drivers.

    350.12 work for me as well, but I get artifacting with those.
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  3. Posts : 8
    Windows 10 10125
    Thread Starter
       29 May 2015 #3

    blackroseMD1 said: View Post
    I've experienced the same issues with all three builds and those drivers. Actually, the Windows 10 drivers would cause my system to hard lock while playing games, and the 352.86 won't install properly. The solution that has worked for me on builds 10122/10125 was going back to 8.1 drivers 347.88. SLI is working properly again, no lock ups and minimal stuttering on my GTX 970s. I get more stuttering on build 10125 than I did on 10122, so you may want to stick with 10122 and the 347.88 or 350.12 drivers.

    350.12 work for me as well, but I get artifacting with those.
    Hey sry for the delay. Thx for the solution my computer runs much much better with 10122 and 347.88 driver, i first tryed to install 347.88 on 10125 but like u said there is still abit micro stutter so i reinstalled windows to 10122 and now it runs pretty much perfect
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  4. Posts : 1,502
    Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview x64
       30 May 2015 #4

    ExsiiTe said: View Post
    Hey sry for the delay. Thx for the solution my computer runs much much better with 10122 and 347.88 driver, i first tryed to install 347.88 on 10125 but like u said there is still abit micro stutter so i reinstalled windows to 10122 and now it runs pretty much perfect
    Glad I could help.
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