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Old 07-03-16, 04:06 PM
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Nvidia release Geforce 364.47 WHQL Driver

Nvidia have just released their new Game Ready driver for The Division, Need for Speed, Hitman, Ashes of the Singularity and Rise of the Tomb Raider. This is also the first Nvidia Driver to Officially support the Vulkan API.



Read more on Nvidia's new 365.47 WHQL Driver.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider ? Bit late aren't they ?
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Old 07-03-16, 04:44 PM
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Rise of the Tomb Raider ? Bit late aren't they ?
For all we know it could be for the DX12 version. Who knows.
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Multiple reports that these don't install properly and break your system. Caveat emptor.
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Multiple reports that these don't install properly and break your system. Caveat emptor.
So much for it being a WHQL driver.
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Installed and so far working fine on my system, but need to test a few games other thank Ark and Minecraft.
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Multiple reports that these don't install properly and break your system. Caveat emptor.
People are over exaggerating as usual, The only funky thing these drivers do is change the vibrancy in the Nvidia control panel to 100.
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People are over exaggerating as usual, The only funky thing these drivers do is change the vibrancy in the Nvidia control panel to 100.
Which does what exactly?...
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Well just tried Rise Of The Tomb Raider and it's still a mess of frame drops and stutter.

I have noticed though that one of my GPU's is hitting 89c whilst the other stays at 74c max whilst playing it, with a ambient room temp of 25c.

There is nothing I can really do though at the moment to lower those temps though, as I cannot put more fans in the pc and I all fans are already running, at 12V via molex adaptors.

I think I will just have to save some money up and buy some Waterblocks for them but it's the last time I buy a card with a aftermarket cooler on them, and instead will just go for reference coolers in the future.

Although the clock speed is nice out of the box max on ROTTR is 1316Mhz on both cards without me touching them, I would prefer the temps to be abit lower.
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Which does what exactly?...
Either makes the colours super vibrant or at the opposite end, Black and white.

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Well just tried Rise Of The Tomb Raider and it's still a mess of frame drops and stutter.

I have noticed though that one of my GPU's is hitting 89c whilst the other stays at 74c max whilst playing it, with a ambient room temp of 25c.

There is nothing I can really do though at the moment to lower those temps though, as I cannot put more fans in the pc and I all fans are already running, at 12V via molex adaptors.

I think I will just have to save some money up and buy some Waterblocks for them but it's the last time I buy a card with a aftermarket cooler on them, and instead will just go for reference coolers in the future.

Although the clock speed is nice out of the box max on ROTTR is 1316Mhz on both cards without me touching them, I would prefer the temps to be abit lower.
89'c ? Yikes, Reference cards ?
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