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What's with this driver?

 

Some users claim a substantial increase in frame rates and sharper images with FSX and P3P.

Many sites are warning users not to touch it at all - crashes and damages computer!!!

 

Anyone know any more detail concerning this driver?

 

 

Trevor

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Working fine for me. No performance improvements obvious but seems solid and stable. I only updated since after a W10 upgrade Windows installed a 353 driver tha was giving me some graphics anomalies.

Bruce

 

ASUS Z97 PRO-GAMER, i7-4790K @4.5GHz, GTX 970 4GB, 16GB DDR3 SDRAM, 500GB SSD (& 2nd as clone), 1TB HDD

FSX boxed DX9 with Acceleration, WIN 10 Home 64bit

Add-ons: REX4 TD w/SC, ASN, PE Client, Carenado PA-28A, Carenado Phenom 100, Aerosoft F14X, RealityXP GNS430

Scenery: LatinVFR KSNA & KSAN, Sim720 KCRQ, MSE California South 2X, MSE KLAX / KSAN Ultra Res

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It's solid and stable here, p3d 3.2 4k. Getting excellent performance at unlimited, vsync and TB off.

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I will give this a try when I have my pc set up again, and will report back. In the meantime, I would be keen to hear more feedback about it. Thanks.

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I had no difference in performance until I changed locked 30 frames to unlimited and everything is smooth

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I just updated to these new drivers and everything seems fine for me.  I always run unlimited FPS, no vsync or TB but I did not notice any difference for better or worse.  I'm having issues with black shimmering along the coastlines ever since I upgraded to V3.2....I was hoping upgrading from my 355 drivers would help but no such luck....

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I installed it based on this thread. Something never seemed right about the last 4 or 5 of them. I just couldn't put my finger on it. This driver does seem better. I think everything just looks better, crisper, and has more of a 3D feel. 

 

Thanks for the heads up!

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My issue is that while the driver seems to work, I can't get Nvidia Inspector to load a saved profile; it shows an error.  I also updated to the latest Nvidia inspector, same results.  

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My issue is that while the driver seems to work, I can't get Nvidia Inspector to load a saved profile; it shows an error.  I also updated to the latest Nvidia inspector, same results.  

Recently NI changed the naming of the profile so that might be it? Just create a new profile.

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Thank you.  Tried creating a new profile with the newest NI and with an older version.  In both cases the anti-aliasing setting didn't work.  At least that's the only thing that I could see didn't work.  

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Thank you.  Tried creating a new profile with the newest NI and with an older version.  In both cases the anti-aliasing setting didn't work.  At least that's the only thing that I could see didn't work.  

 

I am experiencing the same issue with the new driver even with change in profile name.  It messes up the Nvidia Control Panel along the way.  I keep going back to 359.06.

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