Official NVIDIA R313.96 BETA Display Driver Feedback Thread (Released 1/28/13)
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Today we are releasing our first driver from our R313 driver branch. NVIDIA R313.96 BETA display driver brings sizable performance improvements for single and SLI users in many popular titles. This driver is also an essential update for gamers that will be trying the Crysis 3 open BETA. For additional information, please visit our Geforce.com article: [url]http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-313-95-beta-drivers-released[/url] This driver package supports GeForce 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600-series desktop/notebook GPUs. Geforce 7 and Geforce 6 series GPUs driver support was discontinued with the release of our WHQL driver R307.74. [b]For Desktop Geforce/ION GPUs[/b] Windows 8 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit/Windows Vista 32-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-32bit-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] Windows 8 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit/Windows Vista 64-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] Windows XP 32-bit: (Please note: Geforce GTX 690 is not supported under Windows XP. Kepler class GPUs are limited to dual monitors under Windows XP) [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] Windows XP 64-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] [b]Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs[/b] Windows 8 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit/Windows Vista 32-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvista-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] Windows 8 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit/Windows Vista 64-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html[/url] [b]Providing Feedback:[/b] Please feel free to leave feedback for any driver related issues specific to this driver. By providing your information here, you may also help others who may be experiencing the same issue you are. The more information we receive from you and others, the easier it will be for us to reproduce this issue in our labs and provide a fix through a future driver. Please provided the following information we request as best you can. Alternately, you may provide this same information through our NVIDIA Display Driver Feedback Form from the URL below: [url]http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=6e7ea6bb4a02641fa8f07694a40f8ac6[/url] Please provide the following information as best you can: 1) Graphics card/GPU make and model: 2) Is this a driver regression? If yes, what was the last driver version which did not have this driver bug? 3) Operating System: 4) Is your graphics card manually overclocked/factory overclocked? If your graphics card is factory overclocked or manually overclocked, we recommend that you lower the clock speeds of your graphics card to NVIDIA reference clock speeds and then make another attempt to reproduce the issue you are encountering. For graphics cards which are factory overclocked, you may use a 3rd party utility such as eVGA Precision or MSI Afterburner to adjust the clock speeds of your graphics card. Our NVIDIA Products page lists the NVIDIA reference clock speeds for each of our GPUs. 5) If your issue is specific to a game or appliction, please provide the title and if possible version of the software 6) Describe the display driver issue you are encountering and if possible include step by step instructions on how to reproduce this bug. Please use the knowledge base article "How to provide valuable feedback to NVIDIA" as a guide to help you include information that will help us root cause the problem. [url]http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3141[/url] 7) If your issue is a performance or (micro)stutter related problem, please check your "Power Management Mode" setting. If it is set to "Adaptive", switch to "Prefer Maximum Performance and apply the changes. Then attempt to reproduce your issue. If you are still experiencing the same performance issue, please make sure to verify that you have indeed tested your application with the "Power Management Mode" set to "Prefer Maximum Performance". For more information, please visit: [url]http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3130[/url] 8) Software/driver issues can sometimes be specific to a users system configuration. Please provide your system information so that we may attempt to match it as closely as possible. CPU make and model: Amount of system memory: Motherboard make and model (if OEM system, please provide your PC make and model instead): Motherboard BIOS version: Monitor(s) make and model: Sound card make and model: 9) If the driver fails to install during the install process, please provide the driver you used to install, your OS and language and if possible a log file of your install process. Instructions for creating an install log below: -Open a Command Prompt window. -Navigate in the Command Prompt window to the folder where the NVIDIA display driver files were extracted to. For Windows 7 x64 for example, it would be: C:NVIDIADisplayDriver313.95Win8_WinVista_Win7_64 -Run the following command: setup.exe -log:"C:NVlog" -loglevel:6 -We will need the file generated by the setup installer in the c: vlog directory. Also, please send us the setupapi log from here: C:WindowsINFSetupapi.*.log -Please email these log files to driverfeedback@nvidia.com
Today we are releasing our first driver from our R313 driver branch. NVIDIA R313.96 BETA display driver brings sizable performance improvements for single and SLI users in many popular titles. This driver is also an essential update for gamers that will be trying the Crysis 3 open BETA. For additional information, please visit our Geforce.com article:

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-313-95-beta-drivers-released

This driver package supports GeForce 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600-series desktop/notebook GPUs. Geforce 7 and Geforce 6 series GPUs driver support was discontinued with the release of our WHQL driver R307.74.

For Desktop Geforce/ION GPUs

Windows 8 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit/Windows Vista 32-bit:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-32bit-313.96-beta-driver.html

Windows 8 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit/Windows Vista 64-bit:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html

Windows XP 32-bit: (Please note: Geforce GTX 690 is not supported under Windows XP. Kepler class GPUs are limited to dual monitors under Windows XP)
http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-313.96-beta-driver.html

Windows XP 64-bit:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html

Geforce Notebook/Optimus GPUs

Windows 8 32-bit/Windows 7 32-bit/Windows Vista 32-bit:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvista-313.96-beta-driver.html

Windows 8 64-bit/Windows 7 64-bit/Windows Vista 64-bit:
http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-313.96-beta-driver.html

Providing Feedback:
Please feel free to leave feedback for any driver related issues specific to this driver. By providing your information here, you may also help others who may be experiencing the same issue you are. The more information we receive from you and others, the easier it will be for us to reproduce this issue in our labs and provide a fix through a future driver. Please provided the following information we request as best you can. Alternately, you may provide this same information through our NVIDIA Display Driver Feedback Form from the URL below:

http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=6e7ea6bb4a02641fa8f07694a40f8ac6

Please provide the following information as best you can:

1) Graphics card/GPU make and model:

2) Is this a driver regression? If yes, what was the last driver version which did not have this driver bug?

3) Operating System:

4) Is your graphics card manually overclocked/factory overclocked? If your graphics card is factory overclocked or manually overclocked, we recommend that you lower the clock speeds of your graphics card to NVIDIA reference clock speeds and then make another attempt to reproduce the issue you are encountering. For graphics cards which are factory overclocked, you may use a 3rd party utility such as eVGA Precision or MSI Afterburner to adjust the clock speeds of your graphics card. Our NVIDIA Products page lists the NVIDIA reference clock speeds for each of our GPUs.

5) If your issue is specific to a game or appliction, please provide the title and if possible version of the software

6) Describe the display driver issue you are encountering and if possible include step by step instructions on how to reproduce this bug. Please use the knowledge base article "How to provide valuable feedback to NVIDIA" as a guide to help you include information that will help us root cause the problem.

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3141

7) If your issue is a performance or (micro)stutter related problem, please check your "Power Management Mode" setting. If it is set to "Adaptive", switch to "Prefer Maximum Performance and apply the changes. Then attempt to reproduce your issue. If you are still experiencing the same performance issue, please make sure to verify that you have indeed tested your application with the "Power Management Mode" set to "Prefer Maximum Performance". For more information, please visit:

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3130

8) Software/driver issues can sometimes be specific to a users system configuration. Please provide your system information so that we may attempt to match it as closely as possible.

CPU make and model:
Amount of system memory:
Motherboard make and model (if OEM system, please provide your PC make and model instead):
Motherboard BIOS version:
Monitor(s) make and model:
Sound card make and model:

9) If the driver fails to install during the install process, please provide the driver you used to install, your OS and language and if possible a log file of your install process. Instructions for creating an install log below:

-Open a Command Prompt window.
-Navigate in the Command Prompt window to the folder where the NVIDIA display driver files were extracted to. For Windows 7 x64 for example, it would be:

C:NVIDIADisplayDriver313.95Win8_WinVista_Win7_64

-Run the following command:

setup.exe -log:"C:NVlog" -loglevel:6

-We will need the file generated by the setup installer in the c:
vlog directory. Also, please send us the setupapi log from here:

C:WindowsINFSetupapi.*.log

-Please email these log files to driverfeedback@nvidia.com

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 01/28/2013 03:52 PM   
R313.95 driver issues
R313.95 driver issues

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 01/28/2013 03:57 PM   
What does the "smooth" setting under Vsync do?
What does the "smooth" setting under Vsync do?

#3
Posted 01/28/2013 04:05 PM   
For users with the installer issues with the International version, please send us the install logs as described in my original post towards the end. Send it to driverfeedback@nvidia.com.
For users with the installer issues with the International version, please send us the install logs as described in my original post towards the end. Send it to driverfeedback@nvidia.com.

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

#4
Posted 01/28/2013 04:14 PM   
No improvements for the gtx680?
No improvements for the gtx680?

m/b: asrock Z68 Extreme4,

cpu: i7 2600k @ 4000mhz,

gpu: ASUS GTX 680 DCU II TOP, factory OCed @ 1137

ram: corsair vegeance 8gb (2x4gb) @ 1600

monitor: LG W2363D

win 7 ult x64

#5
Posted 01/28/2013 04:45 PM   
Yeah - the 680 performance improvements will be similar to the listed 670 ones. It is improvements across the whole of the 400, 500 and 600 series. [Edit: Actually Perik - check this out: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-313-95-beta-drivers-released It gives performance improvements for the GTX 680 towards the middle]. Driver seems to work fine for me - no issues noticed so far. Using the Force-Enable program to get PCI-E 3.0 on my X79 board :)
Yeah - the 680 performance improvements will be similar to the listed 670 ones. It is improvements across the whole of the 400, 500 and 600 series.

[Edit: Actually Perik - check this out: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/nvidia-geforce-313-95-beta-drivers-released

It gives performance improvements for the GTX 680 towards the middle].

Driver seems to work fine for me - no issues noticed so far. Using the Force-Enable program to get PCI-E 3.0 on my X79 board :)

CPU: Intel 3960X - Watercooled @ 4.6ghz
Motherboard: Asus ROG Rampage IV Extreme
Memory: 16GB 4x4GB GT Dominator @ 2133mhz
Storage: 120GB Corsair Force SSD; 120GB Kingston Hyper 3K SSD; 2 x 512GB Crucial M4 SSD's & 1TB WD CAVIAR BLACK
Graphics Card(s): 2 x EVGA Hydrocopper 780GTX - Watercooled (SLI)
Sound: Asus Xonar D2X Ultra
PSU: CAIR 1000W CMPSU-1000HXUK
Case: CORSAIR OBSIDIAN 800D
Operating System: Windows 7 64bit Home Premium
Monitor(s): Asus VG278HE @ 144hz

#6
Posted 01/28/2013 04:54 PM   
Still having the same issue with all nVidia drivers on my GPU. When i play Mount&Blade: Warband the video driver crashes from time to time putting me on the desktop and restarts the driver, but my game visual becomes entirely black. I tried with various graphic settings and windowed/full screen and nothing changes it. I am still w8ing for a better driver but im really tempted to return my graphics card and get ATI. I bought nVidia card cus of the drivers that are making those GPU-s much better than ATI does but if i cant use my PC for what i want it then i might as well get ATI...
Still having the same issue with all nVidia drivers on my GPU. When i play Mount&Blade: Warband the video driver crashes from time to time putting me on the desktop and restarts the driver, but my game visual becomes entirely black. I tried with various graphic settings and windowed/full screen and nothing changes it. I am still w8ing for a better driver but im really tempted to return my graphics card and get ATI. I bought nVidia card cus of the drivers that are making those GPU-s much better than ATI does but if i cant use my PC for what i want it then i might as well get ATI...

CPU: Intel Core i5-3470 @ 3.2GHz (3.6GHz)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H
RAM: 2x4GB @ 1600MHz Kingston KHZ1600C9D3B1/4G
GPU: Gigabyte GTX650 2GB GV-N650OC-2GI
Storage: Some really old Western Digital HDD (I really don't know which one but is perfectly healthy)
Sound Card: The one on the Mother board
Power Supply: LC Power LC6550 V2.2 550W
Case: Chieftec CM-09B-OP
Monitor: Samsung LS22B150NS/EN LED

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit

#7
Posted 01/28/2013 05:12 PM   
I have windows 7 64 bit and MSI 580 GTX 3Gb model and since updating from 310.90 to 313.95 the icon for the nvidia control panel nor the nvidia experience will appear in the system tray. never had this problem before and I have rebooted several times with no change
I have windows 7 64 bit and MSI 580 GTX 3Gb model and since updating from 310.90 to 313.95 the icon for the nvidia control panel nor the nvidia experience will appear in the system tray.
never had this problem before and I have rebooted several times with no change

#8
Posted 01/28/2013 05:33 PM   
Currently noticing TWO CRITICAL FLAWS... Driver 313.95 x64-bit beta version US English 1. NVidia's Control Panel - 3d Settings - Custom 3d Settings will no longer allow to ADD PROGRAMS - OMG 2. NVidia's Control Panel is again showing the GPU's tech SPECS as IRQ: 0 (ZERO? Please explain!) This unresolved Issue first identified in all 310.90 drivers and must be a NVidia CP misdiagnosis as Microsoft Advanced System Details Information shows the IRQ is 16 for my NVidia GeForce 660-Ti??? Please respond Manuel G, or anyone else having the same faults. Then NVidia can escalate to DEV Alpha Staff for corrections and re-patch these TWO flaws as soon as possible. Cheers from Alf
Currently noticing TWO CRITICAL FLAWS... Driver 313.95 x64-bit beta version US English

1. NVidia's Control Panel - 3d Settings - Custom 3d Settings will no longer allow to ADD PROGRAMS - OMG

2. NVidia's Control Panel is again showing the GPU's tech SPECS as IRQ: 0 (ZERO? Please explain!)
This unresolved Issue first identified in all 310.90 drivers and must be a NVidia CP misdiagnosis as Microsoft Advanced System Details Information shows the IRQ is 16 for my NVidia GeForce 660-Ti???

Please respond Manuel G, or anyone else having the same faults.
Then NVidia can escalate to DEV Alpha Staff for corrections and re-patch these TWO flaws as soon as possible.

Cheers from Alf

Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 with 4 cores @ 2.4Ghz
8 GB of System Memory or on-board RAM
HP Pavilion a6160a x64-based PC
ASUSTek Computers Inc. Motherboard Model IPIBIL-LA (Berkeley) OEM version for HP a6160a Desktop PC's
Motherboard BIOS Version: American Megatrends Inc. v5.13 - 24/10/2007 - Custom BIOS mod allows Win 7, Win 8 and later
SM Bios Version 2.4
Monitor / Display: 32 inch Toshiba in 1080p LCD model: 32RV600A
Soundcard: Realtek ALC888S HD Audio with Direct X 11.0
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center 64-bit
GPU: ASUS Nvidia GTX660Ti-DC2-2GD5 2GB with SM5.0, DX11.1
Storage: Samsung 120 GB SDD for OS and 1 TB HDD for Programs, etc
Current Overall Windows Experience Index Rating: 7.1

#9
Posted 01/28/2013 05:53 PM   
I was having issues AFTER installing the driver where it seemed like it was seeing 2 monitors, aero wasn't working properly, and functions were missing from the NVIDIA control panel (i.e. to dedicate 1 of my 2 cards to PhysX) - turns out this problem was caused by having iDisplay installed prior to updating the driver. I uninstalled the display adapter via the Device Manager and was able to install the beta with no issues - everything is back to normal. Just thought I'd post in case anyone else ran into a similar issue.
I was having issues AFTER installing the driver where it seemed like it was seeing 2 monitors, aero wasn't working properly, and functions were missing from the NVIDIA control panel (i.e. to dedicate 1 of my 2 cards to PhysX) - turns out this problem was caused by having iDisplay installed prior to updating the driver. I uninstalled the display adapter via the Device Manager and was able to install the beta with no issues - everything is back to normal.

Just thought I'd post in case anyone else ran into a similar issue.

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Intel Core i7-930 2.8 GHz Quad Core
12 GB of G.SKILL DDR3 TRIPLE CHANNEL RAM (6 x 2 GB)
Primary SSD - 120 GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD
Secondary HDD - 150 GB Velociraptor WD
Data HDD - 1 TB WD Caviar Black
ASRock x58 Extreme ATX Intel Motherboard
OCZ ModXStream Pro 700 Watt PSU
NVIDIA EVGA GeForce GTX 680 - 2 Gb SuperClocked Signature Series
NVIDIA EVGA GeForce GTS 250 - 1 Gb Dedicated PhysX Card
Cooler Master HAF 922 Black Case
Lite-On 24X DVD Drive with LightScribe * 2
Lite-On Blu-Ray Disc Burner Drive
24", 16:9, 1080p, DELL Monitor

#10
Posted 01/28/2013 06:05 PM   
[quote="BigKnot"]What does the "smooth" setting under Vsync do?[/quote] Hi BigKnot, The following thread should answer your question: [url]https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/528424/geforce-drivers/what-is-this-new-smooth-vsync-option-in-the-beta-313-95-drivers-/[/url] ------------------------------------------------------ [quote="En_Dotter"]Still having the same issue with all nVidia drivers on my GPU. When i play Mount&Blade: Warband the video driver crashes from time to time putting me on the desktop and restarts the driver, but my game visual becomes entirely black. I tried with various graphic settings and windowed/full screen and nothing changes it. I am still w8ing for a better driver but im really tempted to return my graphics card and get ATI. I bought nVidia card cus of the drivers that are making those GPU-s much better than ATI does but if i cant use my PC for what i want it then i might as well get ATI...[/quote] @En_Dotter, I am sorry to hear of the issue you are experiencing. The crash to the desktop with the Nvidia driver recovering suggests to me that you are experiencing TDRs (Timeout Detection and Recovery) errors. Please consult the following thread for troubleshooting steps. The fact that you are experiencing these errors with all drivers is also suggesting to me that they are TDRs: [url]https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/389688/geforce-drivers/nvidia-statement-on-tdr-errors-display-driver-nvlddmkm-stopped-/[/url] If none of the steps in the above thread are of assistance to you, please provide as much information as you can about the issue you are experiencing. In order to do this, please answer questions 1 to 8 in ManuelG’s first post in this driver feedback thread. I hope this helps. Thank you.
BigKnot said:What does the "smooth" setting under Vsync do?


Hi BigKnot,

The following thread should answer your question:

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/528424/geforce-drivers/what-is-this-new-smooth-vsync-option-in-the-beta-313-95-drivers-/

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En_Dotter said:Still having the same issue with all nVidia drivers on my GPU. When i play Mount&Blade: Warband the video driver crashes from time to time putting me on the desktop and restarts the driver, but my game visual becomes entirely black. I tried with various graphic settings and windowed/full screen and nothing changes it. I am still w8ing for a better driver but im really tempted to return my graphics card and get ATI. I bought nVidia card cus of the drivers that are making those GPU-s much better than ATI does but if i cant use my PC for what i want it then i might as well get ATI...


@En_Dotter,

I am sorry to hear of the issue you are experiencing.

The crash to the desktop with the Nvidia driver recovering suggests to me that you are experiencing TDRs (Timeout Detection and Recovery) errors. Please consult the following thread for troubleshooting steps. The fact that you are experiencing these errors with all drivers is also suggesting to me that they are TDRs:

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/389688/geforce-drivers/nvidia-statement-on-tdr-errors-display-driver-nvlddmkm-stopped-/

If none of the steps in the above thread are of assistance to you, please provide as much information as you can about the issue you are experiencing. In order to do this, please answer questions 1 to 8 in ManuelG’s first post in this driver feedback thread.

I hope this helps. Thank you.

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#11
Posted 01/28/2013 06:13 PM   
EDIT: Issue fixed. Problem (blackscreens under load) was related to power delivery caused by PSU cable extensions. Issue only occurred in SLI because it was the cable to the bottom GPU at fault, which is why when I tested each card on its own (using the cables to the top card) it worked fine.
EDIT: Issue fixed. Problem (blackscreens under load) was related to power delivery caused by PSU cable extensions.

Issue only occurred in SLI because it was the cable to the bottom GPU at fault, which is why when I tested each card on its own (using the cables to the top card) it worked fine.
Manuel G please see my problem i having issue with GTX 650Ti with all drivers and is that i can not downsample further than 1600x1201...But with my old gts 250 i can downsample to 1856x1392...please look into it and in FC3 my gpu usage is only 45 to 55% and drop to even lower as 30% in some areas and i am only getting 25 fps in that game
Manuel G please see my problem i having issue with GTX 650Ti with all drivers and is that i can not downsample further than 1600x1201...But with my old gts 250 i can downsample to 1856x1392...please look into it and in FC3 my gpu usage is only 45 to 55% and drop to even lower as 30% in some areas and i am only getting 25 fps in that game

#13
Posted 01/28/2013 06:36 PM   
Anyone find the release notes yet? The link on the driver page gets a 404 error.
Anyone find the release notes yet? The link on the driver page gets a 404 error.

eric
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CM 212+
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Nanoxia Deep Silence 1
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Evga 680
Samsung 840 Pro, 2 WD 1T

#14
Posted 01/28/2013 06:42 PM   
[quote="EricBergan"]Anyone find the release notes yet? The link on the driver page gets a 404 error.[/quote] [url]http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/313.95/313.95-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf[/url]
EricBergan said:Anyone find the release notes yet? The link on the driver page gets a 404 error.

http://uk.download.nvidia.com/Windows/313.95/313.95-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf
#15
Posted 01/28/2013 06:50 PM   
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