Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10

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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #21

    Thank you Dave. First post updated. :)
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  2. IownAmoneyPit's Avatar
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       #22

    Dave44 said:
    now on NVidia download page just downloaded it
    Thanks Dave I had a feeling the new driver would show up on the NVidia driver download page about 30 seconds after I hit the reply button in my previous post.
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       #23

    Anyone happen to know where GeForce Experience downloads drivers to? I can't find them anywhere.
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  4. IownAmoneyPit's Avatar
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    blackroseMD1 said:
    Anyone happen to know where GeForce Experience downloads drivers to? I can't find them anywhere.
    @blackroseMD1 Navigate to: This PC > C: > Users > "Your User Name" > AppData > Local > Temp > NVIDIA > DisplayDriver > GeForceWindows10Driver

    The driver is in the GeForceWindows10Driver folder you just have to run the "setup.exe" application to reinstall the driver.

    Note: If you run Disk Cleanup or Ccleaner these files will probably be deleted as they are stored in the Temp folder, also I always download the latest drivers from the NVIDIA Driver download page a backup measure.
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    IownAmoneyPit said:
    @blackroseMD1 Navigate to: This PC > C: > Users > "Your User Name" > AppData > Local > Temp > NVIDIA > DisplayDriver > GeForceWindows10Driver

    The driver is in the GeForceWindows10Driver folder you just have to run the "setup.exe" application to reinstall the driver.

    Note: If you run Disk Cleanup or Ccleaner these files will probably be deleted as they are stored in the Temp folder, also I always download the latest drivers from the NVIDIA Driver download page a backup measure.
    Awesome. Thanks. That was gonna drive me nuts. Hahaha
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  6. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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    Eh...had to go back to 347.88. Still getting hard locks in games when changing settings, and GTA V lost about 10 FPS average and was stuttering all over the place. Guess my machine just doesn't like DX12 drivers yet.
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  7. Posts : 438
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       #27

    Had it upgraded to these new drivers (from 347.88) - installation didnt finish up well, had issues with it, rebooted to see problem on the drivers. Had to clean the system out with DDU and then redownloaded and installed package. Seems to work, however I have games crashing issues (memory hogging/leaking) and havent yet found out if its the Nvidia drivers (these new ones) or the 10122 build itself.
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  8. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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    Hmm...well, Windows just forced the newest W10 driver on me through Windows Update and I'm not getting freezing while changing settings anymore.

    After a while of playing a game, though, I'll get drops down to 1 frame per second every few seconds, basically rendering the games unplayable. Weird.
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  9. Posts : 438
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       #29

    got problems with the new streaming service maybe? its so bad on my computer that it crashes my memory / computer and having critical errors (that was with 10122). i upgraded few days ago to 10125 havent yet tested it out.

    check bcastdvr.exe from your processes
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  10. blackroseMD1's Avatar
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    Well, after Windows 10 installed the newest W10 Nvidia drivers throught Windows Update yesterday, I underclocked my factory OC'd cards by 100 Mhz last night and was able to play GTA V for hours with no freezes. Guess I'll keep them underclocked until the next W10 driver comes out, then test those.
    Last edited by blackroseMD1; 02 Jun 2015 at 12:18.
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