Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10

  1.    #1711

    430.39 has added more telemetry.

    Located at C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\DisplayDriverRAS

    It uses nvdisplay.container.exe to send it's data out.

    My firewall caught it...
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  2. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update 64-bit
       #1712

    swarfega said: View Post
    @Faith, good point, it may well be DX12. If it keeps doing it, I'll change back to DX11.
    Could you let me know if you see an improvement in Dx11? I'd hate to run an elusive target in May and all of the sudden the game crashes. I will change to Dx11 if it's stable there instead in the meanwhile. If it's unstable anywhere I will be upset.

    TamarindoJuice said: View Post
    Variable rate shading is not suited only for the new RTX GPUs?
    Good question. I believe VRS are RTX, Navi etc, but background shaders are maybe just in general? The requirement only list Windows 19H1 and an enabling driver for background shaders, doesn't seem to mention RTX.

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Since this thread is well populated with gamers and GPU gurus, a quick question.

    Occasionally, not always, and randomly, my desktop background images get a very quick flicker, almost like a momentary tear in part of the display.... looks like a black spray of lightning! Any NVidia driver. Only happens with the backgrounds, nowhere else, ever. I've tried the disable of quality reg edit back and forth. Been happening since I've had the box for 2 years.
    Your desktop images are flickering? Is it a static image or do you run slideshows? I've never seen that before, but I only use the standard Windows 10 image as background. If it only happens on the image and not anywhere else - ruling out hardware/cable issue - maybe it could be something else. Do you run any other software in the background that has access to them? Or with a different format? You should make a thread about it, maybe someone here knows what it means.
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       #1713

    Faith said: View Post
    Could you let me know if you see an improvement in Dx11? I'd hate to run an elusive target in May and all of the sudden the game crashes. I will change to Dx11 if it's stable there instead in the meanwhile. If it's unstable anywhere I will be upset.



    Good question. I believe VRS are RTX, Navi etc, but background shaders are maybe just in general? The requirement only list Windows 19H1 and an enabling driver for background shaders, doesn't seem to mention RTX.



    Your desktop images are flickering? Is it a static image or do you run slideshows? I've never seen that before, but I only use the standard Windows 10 image as background. If it only happens on the image and not anywhere else - ruling out hardware/cable issue - maybe it could be something else. Do you run any other software in the background that has access to them? Or with a different format? You should make a thread about it, maybe someone here knows what it means.
    Slideshow from a Windows Theme, any theme. If it happens at all, it's most likely to happen about 5-10 seconds after a new image has faded in. Very brief.
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    Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update 64-bit
       #1714

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Slideshow from a Windows Theme, any theme. If it happens at all, it's most likely to happen about 5-10 seconds after a new image has faded in. Very brief.
    Ah, I don't use that feature so I don't know. I would go nuts if I saw it though. It's probably harmless. Maybe it's compression kicking in? Random per pic, or consistent?
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       #1715

    Faith said: View Post
    Ah, I don't use that feature so I don't know. I would go nuts if I saw it though. It's probably harmless. Maybe it's compression kicking in? Random per pic, or consistent?
    Totally random. If I asked in other threads, I would get the answer that it's the crappy Micron memory in my 1080Ti Not gonna fret over it, just an annoyance. Thanks for your replies, though.
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  6.    #1716

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Totally random. If I asked in other threads, I would get the answer that it's the crappy Micron memory in my 1080Ti Not gonna fret over it, just an annoyance. Thanks for your replies, though.
    Most Micron memory runs excellent TC ....it was just the 1st ones they used in the 2080's Ti FTW3's that had issues. Nothing wrong with yours at all. I have 2 1080 Ti's and they both have Micron memory chips. They run great.
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  7.    #1717

    It is working great in my EVGA 1660 Ti with the micron chip.
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  8.    #1718

    @Faith yes DX11 does seem more stable. No stutters or crashes.
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  9. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update 64-bit
       #1719

    swarfega said: View Post
    @Faith yes DX11 does seem more stable. No stutters or crashes.
    Thank you so much for testing! I will change once I get back to it. Hopefully DX12 will get resolved sooner than later because I had amazing performance with it, especially in Mumbai and Marrakech.

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Most Micron memory runs excellent TC ....it was just the 1st ones they used in the 2080's Ti FTW3's that had issues. Nothing wrong with yours at all. I have 2 1080 Ti's and they both have Micron memory chips. They run great.
    2 1080 Ti's? I'm jelly Mike. Actually Micron had issues before on Pascals. I think it was with the 1070's overclocking potential on Micron memory having issues above 8.000/2 Mhz overclock, dunno if it ever affected the 1080 though. Ironically I use a 1070 daily with micron memory, no issues.

    Josey Wales said: View Post
    It is working great in my EVGA 1660 Ti with the micron chip.
    Same here on my 1070, with OC.
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  10.    #1720

    Tbh, I dont really see much difference between DX11 and DX12, so I'll stick with 11 for now.
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