Official NVIDIA 270.51 Display Driver Feedback Thread For NVIDIA Geforce Desktop/Notebook/ION GPUs R
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Today we released our first driver from our new Release 270 driver branch. The new driver 270.51 is available for download from our main download drivers page for NVIDIA Geforce desktop/notebook/ION GPUs. For a brief description of some of the changes in our new 270.51 display driver, please read the article below:

http://blogs.nvidia.com/2011/03/release-270-beta-drivers-are-available-for-download/#comments

[b]Note: Please post 3D Vision driver feedback from the NVIDIA 3D Vision driver feedback thread here:[/b]

[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=196712"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=196712[/url]

Additional release highlights are available from our 270.51 Release Highlights PDF below:
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/270.51/270.51_Win7_WinVista_Desktop_Release_Notes.pdf

The NVIDIA Control Panel User's Guide for display driver 270.51 is also available and can be downloaded from the URL below:
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/270.51/270.51_NVIDIA_Control_Panel_Quick_Start_Guide.pdf

You may download the appropriate driver for your NVIDIA GPU by choosing the type and operating system from the links below:

[b]For Desktop/ION GPUs:[/b]
[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-32bit-270.51-beta-driver.html"]Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit[/url]

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-winvista-64bit-270.51-beta-driver.html"]Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit[/url]

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-270.51-beta-driver.html"]For Windows XP 32-bit[/url]

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp64-270.51-beta-driver.html"]For Windows XP 64-bit[/url]

[b]Supported Desktop/ION GPUs:[/b]
GeForce 500 series:
GTX 570, GTX 590, GTX 550 Ti, GTX 560 Ti, GTX 580

GeForce 400 series:
GTX 465, GTX 470, GT 430, GTX 460 SE, GTS 450, GT 420, GT 440, GTX 460, GTX 480

GeForce 300 series:
315, GT 340, GT 330, 310, GT 320

GeForce 200 series:
GTX 280, 205, GTX 260, GTX 275, GT 220, G210, GTS 240, GTX 295, GT 230, GT 240, GTX 285, 210, GTS 250

GeForce 100 series:
G 100, GT 120, GT 140, GT 130

GeForce 9 series:
9800 GX2, 9800 GTX/GTX+, 9600 GS, 9100, 9500 GT, 9300 GS, 9600 GSO, 9300 GE, 9600 GT, 9500 GS, 9200, 9800 GT, 9400 GT, 9400, 9300

GeForce 8 series:
8600 GS, 8200, 8400, 8500 GT, 8800 GTS, 8800 GTX, 8800 Ultra, 8300 GS, 8800 GS, 8100 / nForce 720a, 8600 GTS, 8300, 8800 GT, 8400 SE, 8600 GT, 8200 / nForce 730a, 8800 GTS 512, 8400 GS

GeForce 7 series:
7300 GT, 7950 GX2, 7025 / NVIDIA nForce 630a, 7550 LE, 7900 GTX, 7900 GS, 7050 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7050 / NVIDIA nForce 610i, 7800 GTX, 7600 GT, 7600 GS, 7600 LE, 7300 GS, 7100 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7500 LE, 7100 GS, 7800 SLI, 7300 LE, 7350 LE, 7900 GT/GTO, 7100 / NVIDIA nForce 620i, 7300 SE / 7200 GS, 7150 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7650 GS, 7950 GT, 7800 GS, 7050 PV / NVIDIA nForce 630a

GeForce 6 series:
6800 LE, 6150SE nForce 430, 6800 GT, 6610 XL, 6800 XE, 6100 nForce 420, 6800 GS/XT, 6500, 6250, 6800 GS, 6800 XT, 6600 GT, 6100 nForce 405, 6200 LE, 6800 Ultra, 6100, 6150LE / Quadro NVS 210S, 6150, 6600 LE, 6700 XL, 6200SE TurboCache, 6150 LE, 6800, 6200 A-LE, 6600, 6200 TurboCache, 6200, 6100 nForce 400, 6600 VE

ION series:
ION, ION LE

[b]Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs (Please Note - Beginning with R270, we are no longer providing notebook driver support for Windows XP and Windows XP 64-bit):[/b]

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-270.51-beta-driver.html"]Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit[/url]

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-270.51-beta-driver.html"]Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit[/url]

GeForce 500M series:
GeForce GT 555M, GeForce GT 550M, GeForce GT 540M, GeForce GT 525M, GeForce GT 520M

GeForce 400M series:
GTX 480M, GTX 470M, GTX 460M , GT 445M, GT 435M, GT 425M, GT 420M, GT 415M,

GeForce 300M series:
GTS 360M, GTS 350M, GTS 250M, GT 335M, GT 330M, GT 325M, GT 320M, 310M, 305M

GeForce 200M series:
GTS 250M, GT 230M, GT 240M, G210M, GTX 285M, GTX 280M, GTX 260M,GTS 250M, GT 220M

GeForce 100M series:
G 110M, GT 130M, GTS 160M, G 105M, G 103M, G 102M, GT 120M

GeForce 9 series:
9600 GT, 9400

GeForce 9M series:
9400M G, 9650M GS, 9200M GS, 9500M GS, 9400M GS, 9800M GS, 9300M GS, 9800M GT, 9100M G, 9800M GTS, 9500M G, 9700M GT, 9600M GS, 9650M GT, 9400M, 9300M G, 9800M GTX, 9600M GT, 9700M GTS

GeForce 8M series:
8800M GTS, 8600M GT, 8400M GT, 8200M G, 8800M GTX, 8800M GS, 8600M GS, 8400M G, 8700M GT, 8400M GS

Quadro FX Notebook series:
5000M, 2000M, 1000M, FX 3800M, FX 3700M, FX 360M, FX 1600M, FX 380M, FX 370M, FX 3600M, FX 2800M, FX 2700M, FX 880M, FX 770M, FX 570M, FX 1800M, FX 1700M

Quadro NVS Notebook series:
NVS 2100M, NVS 5100M, NVS 3100M, NVS 150M, NVS 160M, NVS 140M, NVS 320M, NVS 130M, NVS 135M

ION Notebook series:
ION (Notebooks) , ION LE (Notebooks)

Notes:
Notebooks supporting Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets are not supported by this release.
The following Sony VAIO notebooks are supported: Sony VAIO F Series with NVIDIA GeForce 310M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M and NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M. Other Sony VAIO notebooks are not supported at this time (please contact Sony for driver support).
Fujitsu notebooks are not supported by this release (Fujitsu Siemens notebooks are supported).
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[size="7"][b]Providing Driver Feedback:[/b][/size]

Please provide feedback on these drivers here so that I may compile the information and pass it along to our software team. When you reply to this thread with your feedback, please include the following as best you can to help us reproduce the issue you are experiencing.

Step by step instructions if necessary on how to reproduce problem?
How long does it take for the problem to appear?
Does this problem occur with previous drivers (if not, which driver version were you previously using)?
If this is a monitor compatibility issue does it show up with other monitors? Also, if you are having a monitor compatibility issue, please state how this monitor is connected to your graphics card (i.e. HDMI, VGA, DVI, DisplayPort, DisplayPort to HDMI adapter, DisplayPort to VGA adapter, DisplayPort to DVI adapter).

Desktop/Notebook make and model(If custom, please state "Custom PC"):
Graphics Cards/Processors used in your Desktop:
Amount of system memory installed:
Operating System:
If the problem only shows on external display(s), please list the monitor make and model used:
Other:

*Note* If no system information is provided, I can not file a bug for your issue so please provide as much detailed information as you can so that our QA team has a better chance of reproducing your problem. If you are reporting an issue with a particular game, test other games and see if you get the same problems with similar type games (for example if you are playing Battlefield: Bad Company 2, it is capable of supporting up to DirectX 11 so test another game that has similar DirectX capabilities. If your game/application is an OpenGL application, test your card with another OpenGL application and see if you see similar problems). If your graphics card is a factory overclocked graphics card and you are experiencing lockups, try using a 3rd party overclocking utility to lower the clock speeds of your graphics card to stock speed and see if the problems still occur. Last but not least, if you have a notebook, make sure it is running the latest system BIOS from your notebook provider. Thank you for your time.

If you are reporting that your notebook GPU is not supported by this driver release, please provide the following info:

1) Make and model of notebook
2) NVIDIA GPU model
3) Device ID of GPU. To get the Device ID of your GPU, please do the following:
-Open your Windows Device Manager
-Double-click on the "Display Adapters" icon
-Right-click over the icon for your NVIDIA GPU
-Select "Properties"
-From the Properties window, select the "Details" tab
-From the drop down "Property" box, select "Hardware Ids"
-Copy the first line shown and paste it into your report. In the image shown below, you would paste:

PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_9072104D&REV_A2

[img]http://nvidia.s3.amazonaws.com/deviceid.jpg[/img]
Today we released our first driver from our new Release 270 driver branch. The new driver 270.51 is available for download from our main download drivers page for NVIDIA Geforce desktop/notebook/ION GPUs. For a brief description of some of the changes in our new 270.51 display driver, please read the article below:



http://blogs.nvidia.com/2011/03/release-270-beta-drivers-are-available-for-download/#comments



Note: Please post 3D Vision driver feedback from the NVIDIA 3D Vision driver feedback thread here:



http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=196712



Additional release highlights are available from our 270.51 Release Highlights PDF below:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/270.51/270.51_Win7_WinVista_Desktop_Release_Notes.pdf



The NVIDIA Control Panel User's Guide for display driver 270.51 is also available and can be downloaded from the URL below:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/270.51/270.51_NVIDIA_Control_Panel_Quick_Start_Guide.pdf



You may download the appropriate driver for your NVIDIA GPU by choosing the type and operating system from the links below:



For Desktop/ION GPUs:

Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit



Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit



For Windows XP 32-bit



For Windows XP 64-bit



Supported Desktop/ION GPUs:

GeForce 500 series:

GTX 570, GTX 590, GTX 550 Ti, GTX 560 Ti, GTX 580



GeForce 400 series:

GTX 465, GTX 470, GT 430, GTX 460 SE, GTS 450, GT 420, GT 440, GTX 460, GTX 480



GeForce 300 series:

315, GT 340, GT 330, 310, GT 320



GeForce 200 series:

GTX 280, 205, GTX 260, GTX 275, GT 220, G210, GTS 240, GTX 295, GT 230, GT 240, GTX 285, 210, GTS 250



GeForce 100 series:

G 100, GT 120, GT 140, GT 130



GeForce 9 series:

9800 GX2, 9800 GTX/GTX+, 9600 GS, 9100, 9500 GT, 9300 GS, 9600 GSO, 9300 GE, 9600 GT, 9500 GS, 9200, 9800 GT, 9400 GT, 9400, 9300



GeForce 8 series:

8600 GS, 8200, 8400, 8500 GT, 8800 GTS, 8800 GTX, 8800 Ultra, 8300 GS, 8800 GS, 8100 / nForce 720a, 8600 GTS, 8300, 8800 GT, 8400 SE, 8600 GT, 8200 / nForce 730a, 8800 GTS 512, 8400 GS



GeForce 7 series:

7300 GT, 7950 GX2, 7025 / NVIDIA nForce 630a, 7550 LE, 7900 GTX, 7900 GS, 7050 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7050 / NVIDIA nForce 610i, 7800 GTX, 7600 GT, 7600 GS, 7600 LE, 7300 GS, 7100 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7500 LE, 7100 GS, 7800 SLI, 7300 LE, 7350 LE, 7900 GT/GTO, 7100 / NVIDIA nForce 620i, 7300 SE / 7200 GS, 7150 / NVIDIA nForce 630i, 7650 GS, 7950 GT, 7800 GS, 7050 PV / NVIDIA nForce 630a



GeForce 6 series:

6800 LE, 6150SE nForce 430, 6800 GT, 6610 XL, 6800 XE, 6100 nForce 420, 6800 GS/XT, 6500, 6250, 6800 GS, 6800 XT, 6600 GT, 6100 nForce 405, 6200 LE, 6800 Ultra, 6100, 6150LE / Quadro NVS 210S, 6150, 6600 LE, 6700 XL, 6200SE TurboCache, 6150 LE, 6800, 6200 A-LE, 6600, 6200 TurboCache, 6200, 6100 nForce 400, 6600 VE



ION series:

ION, ION LE



Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs (Please Note - Beginning with R270, we are no longer providing notebook driver support for Windows XP and Windows XP 64-bit):



Windows 7/Windows Vista 32-bit



Windows 7/Windows Vista 64-bit



GeForce 500M series:

GeForce GT 555M, GeForce GT 550M, GeForce GT 540M, GeForce GT 525M, GeForce GT 520M



GeForce 400M series:

GTX 480M, GTX 470M, GTX 460M , GT 445M, GT 435M, GT 425M, GT 420M, GT 415M,



GeForce 300M series:

GTS 360M, GTS 350M, GTS 250M, GT 335M, GT 330M, GT 325M, GT 320M, 310M, 305M



GeForce 200M series:

GTS 250M, GT 230M, GT 240M, G210M, GTX 285M, GTX 280M, GTX 260M,GTS 250M, GT 220M



GeForce 100M series:

G 110M, GT 130M, GTS 160M, G 105M, G 103M, G 102M, GT 120M



GeForce 9 series:

9600 GT, 9400



GeForce 9M series:

9400M G, 9650M GS, 9200M GS, 9500M GS, 9400M GS, 9800M GS, 9300M GS, 9800M GT, 9100M G, 9800M GTS, 9500M G, 9700M GT, 9600M GS, 9650M GT, 9400M, 9300M G, 9800M GTX, 9600M GT, 9700M GTS



GeForce 8M series:

8800M GTS, 8600M GT, 8400M GT, 8200M G, 8800M GTX, 8800M GS, 8600M GS, 8400M G, 8700M GT, 8400M GS



Quadro FX Notebook series:

5000M, 2000M, 1000M, FX 3800M, FX 3700M, FX 360M, FX 1600M, FX 380M, FX 370M, FX 3600M, FX 2800M, FX 2700M, FX 880M, FX 770M, FX 570M, FX 1800M, FX 1700M



Quadro NVS Notebook series:

NVS 2100M, NVS 5100M, NVS 3100M, NVS 150M, NVS 160M, NVS 140M, NVS 320M, NVS 130M, NVS 135M



ION Notebook series:

ION (Notebooks) , ION LE (Notebooks)



Notes:

Notebooks supporting Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets are not supported by this release.

The following Sony VAIO notebooks are supported: Sony VAIO F Series with NVIDIA GeForce 310M, NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M and NVIDIA GeForce GT 425M. Other Sony VAIO notebooks are not supported at this time (please contact Sony for driver support).

Fujitsu notebooks are not supported by this release (Fujitsu Siemens notebooks are supported).

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Providing Driver Feedback:



Please provide feedback on these drivers here so that I may compile the information and pass it along to our software team. When you reply to this thread with your feedback, please include the following as best you can to help us reproduce the issue you are experiencing.



Step by step instructions if necessary on how to reproduce problem?

How long does it take for the problem to appear?

Does this problem occur with previous drivers (if not, which driver version were you previously using)?

If this is a monitor compatibility issue does it show up with other monitors? Also, if you are having a monitor compatibility issue, please state how this monitor is connected to your graphics card (i.e. HDMI, VGA, DVI, DisplayPort, DisplayPort to HDMI adapter, DisplayPort to VGA adapter, DisplayPort to DVI adapter).



Desktop/Notebook make and model(If custom, please state "Custom PC"):

Graphics Cards/Processors used in your Desktop:

Amount of system memory installed:

Operating System:

If the problem only shows on external display(s), please list the monitor make and model used:

Other:



*Note* If no system information is provided, I can not file a bug for your issue so please provide as much detailed information as you can so that our QA team has a better chance of reproducing your problem. If you are reporting an issue with a particular game, test other games and see if you get the same problems with similar type games (for example if you are playing Battlefield: Bad Company 2, it is capable of supporting up to DirectX 11 so test another game that has similar DirectX capabilities. If your game/application is an OpenGL application, test your card with another OpenGL application and see if you see similar problems). If your graphics card is a factory overclocked graphics card and you are experiencing lockups, try using a 3rd party overclocking utility to lower the clock speeds of your graphics card to stock speed and see if the problems still occur. Last but not least, if you have a notebook, make sure it is running the latest system BIOS from your notebook provider. Thank you for your time.



If you are reporting that your notebook GPU is not supported by this driver release, please provide the following info:



1) Make and model of notebook

2) NVIDIA GPU model

3) Device ID of GPU. To get the Device ID of your GPU, please do the following:

-Open your Windows Device Manager

-Double-click on the "Display Adapters" icon

-Right-click over the icon for your NVIDIA GPU

-Select "Properties"

-From the Properties window, select the "Details" tab

-From the drop down "Property" box, select "Hardware Ids"

-Copy the first line shown and paste it into your report. In the image shown below, you would paste:



PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0A2B&SUBSYS_9072104D&REV_A2



Image

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#1
Posted 03/30/2011 03:36 PM   
BTW....please read the end of the post above as I am asking for a couple more bits of information when reporting bugs that will really help us reproduce bugs quicker. It helps if you add your complete system information as a signature as well but that's not necessary :)
BTW....please read the end of the post above as I am asking for a couple more bits of information when reporting bugs that will really help us reproduce bugs quicker. It helps if you add your complete system information as a signature as well but that's not necessary :)

Please send me a PM if I fail to keep up on replying in any specific thread or leave a driver feedback: Driver Feedback

#2
Posted 03/30/2011 03:43 PM   
I've had a positive experience so far with these drivers. I've received a large performance increase in DA2 (probably around 10 FPS or so), which I play @ 2560x1600 4xAA 16xAF DX11 all options enabled except for DoF and blur..

My only problem so far is that Crysis 2 still has HORRIBLE flickering when running in SLi mode. /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' /> I don't know if this is a driver problem, or a game problem, because not all SLi users seem to be affected..

Whatever the source of the problem may be, Crysis 2 is absolutely unplayable when running in SLi for me.

*Edit* All of my system specs are listed in my sig, and the problem occurs as soon as the game loads every single time time without fail. Also, I've used practically every driver revision released this month, but the problem remains.
I've had a positive experience so far with these drivers. I've received a large performance increase in DA2 (probably around 10 FPS or so), which I play @ 2560x1600 4xAA 16xAF DX11 all options enabled except for DoF and blur..



My only problem so far is that Crysis 2 still has HORRIBLE flickering when running in SLi mode. /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' /> I don't know if this is a driver problem, or a game problem, because not all SLi users seem to be affected..



Whatever the source of the problem may be, Crysis 2 is absolutely unplayable when running in SLi for me.



*Edit* All of my system specs are listed in my sig, and the problem occurs as soon as the game loads every single time time without fail. Also, I've used practically every driver revision released this month, but the problem remains.

Intel Core i7 3930K @ 4.6ghz HT on
Noctua NH-D14
AsRock Extreme 6 X79
16 GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z DDR3 @ 2400 10-12-11-31 CR1
Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB SLi @ 1280 MHz
EVGA GTX 650 Ti PhysX
Creative X-Fi Platinum Fatal1ty Champion
Sennheiser HD-555
Samsung 840 Evo 1TB SSD
Asus 12x Blu-Ray Burner
Sony Optiarc 24x DVD Burner with NEC chipset
Antec HCP-1200w Power Supply
Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE
Coolermaster HAF 932
Logitech G500 gaming mouse w/Razer Exact Mat
Logitech G19 gaming keyboard
Windows 8.1 x64 Pro

#3
Posted 03/30/2011 03:44 PM   
[quote name='Carfax' date='30 March 2011 - 07:44 AM' timestamp='1301499876' post='1215941']
I've had a positive experience so far with these drivers. I've received a large performance increase in DA2 (probably around 10 FPS or so), which I play @ 2560x1600 4xAA 16xAF DX11 all options enabled except for DoF..

My only problem so far is that Crysis 2 still has HORRIBLE flickering when running in SLi mode. /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' /> I don't know if this is a driver problem, or a game problem, because not all SLi users seem to be affected..

Whatever the source of the problem may be, Crysis 2 is absolutely unplayable when running in SLi for me.

*Edit* All of my system specs are listed in my sig, and the problem occurs as soon as the game loads every single time time without fail. Also, I've used practically every driver revision released this month, but the problem remains.
[/quote]

Using Nvidia inspector, add the 'crysis2launcher.exe' file to the Crysis 2 profile. This fixed the problem for me.
[quote name='Carfax' date='30 March 2011 - 07:44 AM' timestamp='1301499876' post='1215941']

I've had a positive experience so far with these drivers. I've received a large performance increase in DA2 (probably around 10 FPS or so), which I play @ 2560x1600 4xAA 16xAF DX11 all options enabled except for DoF..



My only problem so far is that Crysis 2 still has HORRIBLE flickering when running in SLi mode. /wallbash.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':wallbash:' /> I don't know if this is a driver problem, or a game problem, because not all SLi users seem to be affected..



Whatever the source of the problem may be, Crysis 2 is absolutely unplayable when running in SLi for me.



*Edit* All of my system specs are listed in my sig, and the problem occurs as soon as the game loads every single time time without fail. Also, I've used practically every driver revision released this month, but the problem remains.





Using Nvidia inspector, add the 'crysis2launcher.exe' file to the Crysis 2 profile. This fixed the problem for me.

#4
Posted 03/30/2011 03:57 PM   
No WHQL? Not touching these.
No WHQL? Not touching these.

#5
Posted 03/30/2011 03:58 PM   
All I can say is that Dragon Age 2 is finally playable with everything maxed out, DX11, high-res textures on a GTX580. I'm a happy panda now. /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />
All I can say is that Dragon Age 2 is finally playable with everything maxed out, DX11, high-res textures on a GTX580. I'm a happy panda now. /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />

#6
Posted 03/30/2011 04:03 PM   
On a gtx 560 ti 1920 x 1080 4x aa 16x af + everything enabled / very high dx11 i'm getting round 24-30 fps in the starting scene when you're fighting all the dark spawn before you get to configure your character. Seems smoother yes but not really along the lines of 400% increase. (nevermind just noticed it was supposed to be 241% on single gpu)

Disabling ssao gives around 40 fps in kirkwall though so i guess it's playable now at least.
On a gtx 560 ti 1920 x 1080 4x aa 16x af + everything enabled / very high dx11 i'm getting round 24-30 fps in the starting scene when you're fighting all the dark spawn before you get to configure your character. Seems smoother yes but not really along the lines of 400% increase. (nevermind just noticed it was supposed to be 241% on single gpu)



Disabling ssao gives around 40 fps in kirkwall though so i guess it's playable now at least.

Motherboard: Gigabyte PH67-UD3-B3

Cpu: I5 2400 @ 3.1 ghz

Ram: Kingston 2x2gb 1333 mhz ddr3 + Corsair 2x4gb XMS3 1333mhz ddr3 = 12gb

Video card: Gigabyte 680 OC

PSU: Corsair 850W TX V2

Display: 40" Samsung LE40C530 (1920x1080)

Operating system: Windows 7 ultimate 64bit

Forceware version: 301.24

Case: Recom Powerstation Evo - 5x120mm fans

#7
Posted 03/30/2011 04:06 PM   
Awesome driver for BFBC2 +15 FPS,sometimes screen is flickering,DAO2 awesome performance,fix plz "NFS Shift 2 Unleashed" SLI is not working.
Awesome driver for BFBC2 +15 FPS,sometimes screen is flickering,DAO2 awesome performance,fix plz "NFS Shift 2 Unleashed" SLI is not working.

Cpu: q9550 @ 3.6

Mobo: ASUS Striker II Formula

Memory Ram: Corsair XMS2 DHX 2x2GB

Graphic: GTX 295 (Dual PCB)

PSU: Zalman ZM1000-HP

Sound: Onboard sound default

OS:Win 7 64-bit,Win Vista 32-bit

#8
Posted 03/30/2011 04:12 PM   
[quote name='simonov' date='30 March 2011 - 10:57 AM' timestamp='1301500620' post='1215948']
Using Nvidia inspector, add the 'crysis2launcher.exe' file to the Crysis 2 profile. This fixed the problem for me.
[/quote]

Tried that already and it didn't work.
[quote name='simonov' date='30 March 2011 - 10:57 AM' timestamp='1301500620' post='1215948']

Using Nvidia inspector, add the 'crysis2launcher.exe' file to the Crysis 2 profile. This fixed the problem for me.





Tried that already and it didn't work.

Intel Core i7 3930K @ 4.6ghz HT on
Noctua NH-D14
AsRock Extreme 6 X79
16 GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z DDR3 @ 2400 10-12-11-31 CR1
Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB SLi @ 1280 MHz
EVGA GTX 650 Ti PhysX
Creative X-Fi Platinum Fatal1ty Champion
Sennheiser HD-555
Samsung 840 Evo 1TB SSD
Asus 12x Blu-Ray Burner
Sony Optiarc 24x DVD Burner with NEC chipset
Antec HCP-1200w Power Supply
Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE
Coolermaster HAF 932
Logitech G500 gaming mouse w/Razer Exact Mat
Logitech G19 gaming keyboard
Windows 8.1 x64 Pro

#9
Posted 03/30/2011 04:15 PM   
I can't set the refresh rate to 24Hz anymore on secondary display (Samsung LE40B651).
I can't set the refresh rate to 24Hz anymore on secondary display (Samsung LE40B651).

AMD Phenom II 955 BE C3 :: Gygabite GA-770TA-UD3 :: 12GB DDR3 Mushkin :: EVGA GTX460 768MB :: Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer :: Chieftec CFT-650-14CS :: Win8x64

#10
Posted 03/30/2011 04:21 PM   
Performance in Shogun is far better than before. I can finally max everything out with SLI enabled and not experience a slowdown!
Performance in Shogun is far better than before. I can finally max everything out with SLI enabled and not experience a slowdown!

#11
Posted 03/30/2011 04:27 PM   
This driver seems to be awesome!! :)

-Dragon age 2 performance issues solved
-Shogun 2 performance issues Solved
-Better performance in black ops and it seems even in crysis 2

(gtx580 here btw)

/thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />
This driver seems to be awesome!! :)



-Dragon age 2 performance issues solved

-Shogun 2 performance issues Solved

-Better performance in black ops and it seems even in crysis 2



(gtx580 here btw)



/thanks.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thanks:' />

#12
Posted 03/30/2011 04:34 PM   
Still see's the primary display on my card as a TV. (BenQ G2400WD)
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=184060"]Still hasn't fixed the Transparency MSAA bug on G200 cards[/url]

The recent 267 and now 270 drives all see my display as having a native 1280x1024 resolution on the desktop size and position page.
however the resolution page correctly marks 1920x1200 as the native.

Switching between panes in the nvcpl is quicker though.
Still see's the primary display on my card as a TV. (BenQ G2400WD)

Still hasn't fixed the Transparency MSAA bug on G200 cards



The recent 267 and now 270 drives all see my display as having a native 1280x1024 resolution on the desktop size and position page.

however the resolution page correctly marks 1920x1200 as the native.



Switching between panes in the nvcpl is quicker though.



In Memory of Chris "ChrisRay" Arthington, 1982-2010

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#13
Posted 03/30/2011 04:37 PM   
[quote name='lowe0' date='30 March 2011 - 07:58 AM' timestamp='1301500739' post='1215949']
No WHQL? Not touching these.
[/quote]

[color="#008080"]This will be a great gaming week. For about one week I'll have a big gaming advantage over the players who wait for Microsoft to do 3% of the same tests that NVidia labs has already done.

ManuelG has already said it is common for them to release a beta first and then shortly after come out with the WHQL which has only minor adjustments to the beta. Makes sense cuz it takes time to submit them to Microsoft and then Microsoft tests them for about 1% of the time that NVidia labs tested them. Microsoft does much fewer tests.

It will be a great gaming week. I love that WHQL designation for this. WOOT!

Black Ops multiplayer runs so smooth I didn't believe it. Crysis 2 same thing. Heaven 2.5 benchmark too.

It's like these new 270.51 drivers "handle load" better and don't bog down in a game. It's like driving a Cadillac.[/color]

Windows7 64-bit, GTX 580, i7 975 CPU @4.22 GHZ, Samsung 40" LED TV
[quote name='lowe0' date='30 March 2011 - 07:58 AM' timestamp='1301500739' post='1215949']

No WHQL? Not touching these.





This will be a great gaming week. For about one week I'll have a big gaming advantage over the players who wait for Microsoft to do 3% of the same tests that NVidia labs has already done.



ManuelG has already said it is common for them to release a beta first and then shortly after come out with the WHQL which has only minor adjustments to the beta. Makes sense cuz it takes time to submit them to Microsoft and then Microsoft tests them for about 1% of the time that NVidia labs tested them. Microsoft does much fewer tests.



It will be a great gaming week. I love that WHQL designation for this. WOOT!



Black Ops multiplayer runs so smooth I didn't believe it. Crysis 2 same thing. Heaven 2.5 benchmark too.



It's like these new 270.51 drivers "handle load" better and don't bog down in a game. It's like driving a Cadillac.



Windows7 64-bit, GTX 580, i7 975 CPU @4.22 GHZ, Samsung 40" LED TV

EVGA GTX 780, Haswell 4770K cpu@3.9 GHz, 16GB RAM, Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, ASUS Maximus VI Hero motherboard, 250 GB SSD drive, 750W PC Power & Cooling power supply, Samsung 46" LED 1080p TV @60Hz, Soundblaster Z PCI-e.

#14
Posted 03/30/2011 04:44 PM   
well i already reported in the other thread, idk if you're gonna take that thread info in account or not.. im gonna post here anyway


as soon as i install these r270 (270.32, 270.28, 270.51) i get this out of focus blurring corruption in RE5 (dx10) and in Lostplanet2 (dx9) there are some black "artifacting" polygons on characters and surroundings when they start shooting.

its something in r270 branch, its fine with any r265 (265.90, 267.17, 267.66,..) or r267 (267.59, 267.60, 256.85, 267.91)


also Dirt2 lag cam freeze is back - its when it shows the cars..., the only driver that has it fixed is 266.58 (and anything below 260.xx), i had to bitch about it for almost 8 months so you finally fixed it and now its missing/broken again.
well i already reported in the other thread, idk if you're gonna take that thread info in account or not.. im gonna post here anyway





as soon as i install these r270 (270.32, 270.28, 270.51) i get this out of focus blurring corruption in RE5 (dx10) and in Lostplanet2 (dx9) there are some black "artifacting" polygons on characters and surroundings when they start shooting.



its something in r270 branch, its fine with any r265 (265.90, 267.17, 267.66,..) or r267 (267.59, 267.60, 256.85, 267.91)





also Dirt2 lag cam freeze is back - its when it shows the cars..., the only driver that has it fixed is 266.58 (and anything below 260.xx), i had to bitch about it for almost 8 months so you finally fixed it and now its missing/broken again.

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#15
Posted 03/30/2011 04:48 PM   
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