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nVidia driver suite, 384.94...an FPS maker!

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Went from a rather older set to this baby...and went in a controlled scenery that I like to test bed FPS...from 38, to 48-52  FPS.

Highly recommended.

Ses

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25 minutes ago, Sesquashtoo said:

Went from a rather older set to this baby...and went in a controlled scenery that I like to test bed FPS...from 38, to 48-52  FPS.

Highly recommended.

Ses

I hope this is true, but I find this very hard to believe.

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Thanks Ses. Which driver did you replace?


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If ONLY this were true!  Need more proof.

 

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Alas no improvement for me.

gb.


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Here we go again .... :biggrin:

Another "Holy Grail" release from Nvidia...


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Possibly the result of a lot of bad settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel or NVIDIA Profile Inspector which were cleared by installing the new driver?


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On 7/30/2017 at 0:41 PM, vortex681 said:

Possibly the result of a lot of bad settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel or NVIDIA Profile Inspector which were cleared by installing the new driver?

Don't use the Inspector for XP11. :)

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On 7/28/2017 at 11:14 AM, joelpacheco said:

Thanks Ses. Which driver did you replace?

376.33 was what was before...

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Is this driver (384.94) also suitable for P3D V4? 1080ti non SLI configuration here.


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6 hours ago, odourboy said:

Is this driver (384.94) also suitable for P3D V4? 1080ti non SLI configuration here.

I'm  using in v4 with a 980ti and not having any issues.

gb.


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EVGA 1080Ti, non SLI, Prepar3d4, no issues.

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Thanks guys.


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This nvidia driver wasn't an FPS maker for me, but it did definitely bring down my GPU usage (using HWmonitor). I was mucking around with different drivers starting from the latest 387.92 and ended up with this one and my GPU usage went down approx 25%. I was using the pmdg737 ngx, same weather conditions, same airport, same situation etc. I also used the TFDI717 for testing and same results. 

Like I said, it did not increase my FPS at all, however it did i guess optimise my GPU usage. Anyway just thought I'd share my results. 


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