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Best Nvidia driver avaible right now?

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Hello all,

 

Currently I'm using 344.75. On the older versions, there was the blue squares problem when tesellation enabled as I remember. And on the later versions ( 347 series  guess) the runway lights weren't working on nights.

 

So now, which is the best driver for you right now? Which has lesser problems?

 

Thanks

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Hello all,

 

Currently I'm using 344.75. On the older versions, there was the blue squares problem when tesellation enabled as I remember. And on the later versions ( 347 series  guess) the runway lights weren't working on nights.

 

So now, which is the best driver for you right now? Which has lesser problems?

 

Thanks

+1 interested to hear peoples thoughts


Kind Regards, 

Jack Dutton

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I'm on 347.52 (using FSX and P3D 2.5), and it's proving super stable, with great performance so far.

No problems with Runway lights at night that I've noticed, with the .52 release.

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I'm on 347.52 (using FSX and P3D 2.5), and it's proving super stable, with great performance so far.

 

No problems with Runway lights at night that I've noticed, with the .52 release.

 

+1


Jürgen Martens

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347.52 seems to work. Does this mean that NVIDIA realized the existence of P3Dv2 eventually?


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I'm on 347.52 (using FSX and P3D 2.5), and it's proving super stable, with great performance so far.

 

8 weeks on,  Are you still using this same Profile Craig and happy with it ?   I'm on the 350.12 but i'm going to roll back. 

 

When i roll back,  apart from deleting the elusive Shaders file,  its basically plug and play? Yes


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350.12

 

Your runway lights are ok chris?


Neil Andrews.

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Please accept my apologies, this is P3D, I'm running FSX. Teach me for not reading which forum I'm currently on!


Chris Smith

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Please accept my apologies, this is P3D, I'm running FSX.

 

No problem at all!

I use the 'recently posted' box too, happened to me loads of times.

I mostly get into a thread posting about some cool scenery and I'm about to post 'OMG HOW DID I MISS THIS SCEN...oh, it's X-Plane :( '

:D


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currently 347.88 is the best for P3D. Anything above that has broken VASI lights. Nvidia says they will correct it "shortly".

 

Wonder what else they'll break while they fix the lights. :)

 

Vic


 

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