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NVIDIA Drivers 528.49

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Just thought I'd pass this on in case....recently purchased a Gigabyte 4090 to replace my aging 2080Ti.  In XP 12 I was getting about 15-25 FPS depending on graphics settings and scenery location.  Yesterday I installed the latest Nvidia driver 531.68 from the 'Experience' app.

Opening XP, I immediately started getting only 5-10 FPS (yikes).  Uninstalled the driver as well as 'Experience' and installed 528.49 driver only - now XP is running at around 45 FPS at 4K triple monitor 🙂

 

Edited by cesdash8
Update - Now suspect Riva Server (part of MSI Afterburner)

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On 2/9/2023 at 3:12 AM, FBW737 said:

Now shut up and go out and get yourself an RTX 4090

Thanks for that advice. My bank account for your donation is ....

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Reinstalled MSI Afterburner software and the precipitous drop in fps re-appeared.  It appears as though the RSS server software which is part of that application may be the one to blame.  There may be some sort of 'conflict' with this software and XP12 that's causing a huge drop in FPS.

Has anyone else seen this occur?

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On 2/9/2023 at 9:58 PM, Mike_CFII_MEL said:

Hi,

I run multiple computers for my flight deck. Looks like B&H Photo is out of stock already. 

Yeah, apparently a bloke with a mustache bought three of them ......

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2 hours ago, ADamiani said:

Yeah, apparently a bloke with a mustache bought three of them ......

hahahahahahahaha

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