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New Nvidia driver 344.48 - WHQL

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The new GeForce Game Ready driver, release 344.48 WHQL, allows GeForce owners to continue to have the ultimate gaming experience. This driver brings support for Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) to Kepler and Fermi desktop GPUs. In addition, this Game Ready WHQL driver ensures you'll have the best possible gaming experience for the latest new blockbuster titles including Lords of the Fallen, Civilization: Beyond Earth, and Elite: Dangerous.

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Best gaming experience for Lords of the Fallen, Civilization: Beyond Earth, and Elite: Dangerous 

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Supports Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) on Kepler and Fermi-based desktop GPUs

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Good to hear DSR is officially in for Keplers!

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Hm, well, let's see if this driver is as good as some of the 'DSR-testers' said it would/could be! Anyone tried them already?

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I wonder if it can overlay text with the understanding it is not part of the main gaming screen along with the UI at the proper resolution. Not sure if this is possible but would be nice.

 

Bob

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I think this means there's no need for that notebook driver hack anymore.

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I think this means there's no need for that notebook driver hack anymore.

 

No hack needed for sure - probably the same driver as laptop with an official desktop pc name now - anyway not on my sim rig - would also like to know what other think

Still no references to P3D.

 

Sad.

 

 

Doubt you ever will see this and if you did it would probably be the same as other settings you all ready have with the fancy name P3D on it

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DSR has no effect on P3D for me. Something I am missing here? I have it set to 4x 33% in nvidia control panel.

 

Edit: realize I have to increase my ingame resolution...

 

Edit 2: Doesn't seem to help shimmering at all. Completely useless imo.

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Forget DSR - hows the performance as that hack drivers was an excellent performer - Ill be they are exactly the same after all of the positive postings on it 

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Do we need uninstall P3D before drivers install?

 Why you'd ever think that? I can't imagine the life that we have to uninstall P3D for every driver upgrade...

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Do we need uninstall P3D before drivers install?

 

H*** no but you need to uninstall that hack video driver and definitely use a good driver cleaner reboot then install this video new driver - hope its worth it as this hack driver is excellent

Edited by firehawk44
Inappropriate language removed Rich. Sorry!

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I hope it works well on GT525m. I am using 344.11. Let me download and try these.

 

Don't have P3d. But I use X plane and FS series on the laptop. 

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Bloody Aero stopped working fml haven't really got time for this.

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For video cards in 800 or 900 group

 

Keplar and Fermi, so 500 series onwards.

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Bloody Aero stopped working fml haven't really got time for this.

This is why I wait  :wacko:

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Think I'll download but wait a bit until the P3D reports come in using these drivers..

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Seems to be as fast as the 344.24 drivers.   Maybe better, maybe my imagination.

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Wow not bad. I can see why people were enthusiastic about DSR. Jaggies gone without a significant trade in FPS.

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344.48 installed and approved. DSR activated on my 2 x GTX 770. Formely was using 344.24 modded and just did a "clean install" with all profil reset.
 
From the nVidia Control Panel :
- DSR Factors : 2.00x  (on my rig 2376x1485)
- DSR Smoothness : 33%
- Antialiasing - FXAA : desactivated
- Antialiasing - transparency : desactivated
- Anisotropic filtering : application controled
 
Nothing set in my Prepar3D profil from nVidia inspector
 
In Prepar3D : 
- Resolution : 2376x1485x32
- Black-out Destop : checked
- FXAA : Off
- MSAA : 8 samples
- Texture filtering : Anisotropic 8x
 
Even if screen captures doesn't mean anything (compressed .JPG, upload on flickr...), first impression are good after 2 hours of flight connected on IVAO with some stressful weather for my rig. It will always surprise me not to have FXAA antialiasing set and having goog image quality and no SGSS set as well with a great reduction of shimmering.
 

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From the nVidia Control Panel :
- DSR Factors : 2.00x  (on my rig 2376x1485)
- DSR Smoothness : 33%
- Antialiasing - FXAA : desactivated
- Antialiasing - transparency : desactivated
- Anisotropic filtering : application controled

 

How did you arrive at these?

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Trial and error to determine what works on YOUR system. A powerhouse video card might handle 4.00x resolution. Start with the lowest and keep increasing.

 

Vic

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Trial and error to determine what works on YOUR system. A powerhouse video card might handle 4.00x resolution. Start with the lowest and keep increasing.

 

Vic

Well, I'm running Haswell/Titan so I suppose I'll go ahead and start at 8  :lol:

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