Official NVIDIA 331.93 BETA Display Driver Feedback Thread (Released 11/27/13)
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This new 331.93 Beta driver provides an updated SLI profile for Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and ensures maximum performance and system stability across all titles. [u][b]Desktop:[/b][/u] XP 32bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70738/en-us[/url] XP 64bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70739/en-us[/url] Windows 8/7 32bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70736/en-us[/url] Windows 8/7 64-bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70737/en-us[/url] [u][b]Notebook:[/b][/u] Windows 8/7 32bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70741/en-us[/url] Windows 8/7 64bit: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70740/en-us[/url] [b]Release Notes:[/b] [url]http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/331.93/331.93-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf[/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. Alternately, you may provide this same information through our NVIDIA Display Driver Feedback Form 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 application, 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) 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: 8) If your system meets the driver requirements however the installation process fails or gives you an error message, please reinstall the driver with logging enabled so that we may investigate the cause for this issue. Instruction available from the URL below: [url]http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3171[/url]
This new 331.93 Beta driver provides an updated SLI profile for Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and ensures maximum performance and system stability across all titles.

Desktop:
XP 32bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70738/en-us

XP 64bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70739/en-us

Windows 8/7 32bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70736/en-us

Windows 8/7 64-bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70737/en-us

Notebook:
Windows 8/7 32bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70741/en-us

Windows 8/7 64bit: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/70740/en-us

Release Notes:
http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/331.93/331.93-win8-win7-winvista-desktop-release-notes.pdf

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. Alternately, you may provide this same information through our NVIDIA Display Driver Feedback Form 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 application, 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) 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:

8) If your system meets the driver requirements however the installation process fails or gives you an error message, please reinstall the driver with logging enabled so that we may investigate the cause for this issue. Instruction available from the URL below:

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3171

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#1
Posted 11/27/2013 02:43 PM   
Driver updates sticky
Driver updates sticky

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#2
Posted 11/27/2013 02:44 PM   
"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based GPUs and later." this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?
"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based
GPUs and later."

this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?

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#3
Posted 11/27/2013 03:05 PM   
Assassin's Creed IV is not crashing anymore due to the GPU power peak. It works ALMOST completely fine. I have to admit, i didn't test with the "godray" mode on, because that mode keeps on crashing everything, still needs some work on that one guys :P. I noticed one glitch, when it rains in AC4, the water on the ground in Havana starts flickering. Is that a known issue?
Assassin's Creed IV is not crashing anymore due to the GPU power peak. It works ALMOST completely fine. I have to admit, i didn't test with the "godray" mode on, because that mode keeps on crashing everything, still needs some work on that one guys :P.
I noticed one glitch, when it rains in AC4, the water on the ground in Havana starts flickering. Is that a known issue?

#4
Posted 11/27/2013 03:06 PM   
Still bsod on lenovo Y480 640M LE when plying dota 2 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
Still bsod on lenovo Y480 640M LE when plying dota 2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

#5
Posted 11/27/2013 03:03 PM   
Does this driver contain the same fix as 331.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-)
Does this driver contain the same fix as 331.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-)

My Rig:
CPU: Intel i5 2500K overclocked (Sandy Bridge) @ 4.4ghz
Motherboard: Asus Z68V-Pro
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC (Reference Cooler)
RAM/Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz
HDD 1: 1TB Western Digital Black HDD (Local Disk)@ 7200rpm
HDD 2: 500GB Seagate (backup drive) @ 5400rpm
PSU: OCZ ModXstream Pro 700w
Case: Corsair 400R Carbide Series Mid-Tower
Monitor: (Primary) BenQ 27" GW2760HS @ 1920x1080 60hz 4ms AMVA-LED & (Secondary) DELL 19" E198WFP @ 1440x900 75hz 5ms TFT-LCD
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit

#6
Posted 11/27/2013 03:19 PM   
[quote="einherz"]"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based GPUs and later." this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?[/quote] This is not new to this driver. I can see this as far back as 310.70 WHQL (December 17, 2012) [quote="skyda_killer"]Does this driver contain the same fix as 33.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-) [/quote] Yes, he said so on the TDR thread. It's on the Release Notes too.
einherz said:"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based
GPUs and later."

this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?


This is not new to this driver. I can see this as far back as 310.70 WHQL (December 17, 2012)


skyda_killer said:Does this driver contain the same fix as 33.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-)


Yes, he said so on the TDR thread. It's on the Release Notes too.

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GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (Gigabyte GV-N460OC-1GI, Rev 1.0)
Monitor: AOC E2250Swdn
OS: Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit SP1

#7
Posted 11/27/2013 03:24 PM   
First impressions: Smooth, no freezes, boost fps in some games and minimal input lag. As promised. Continue testing..., but finally hope this is it.... I'm use international driver version.
First impressions: Smooth, no freezes, boost fps in some games and minimal input lag. As promised.
Continue testing..., but finally hope this is it.... I'm use international driver version.

#8
Posted 11/27/2013 03:24 PM   
[quote="McAfee"][quote="einherz"]"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based GPUs and later." this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?[/quote] This is not new to this driver. I can see this as far back as 310.70 WHQL (December 17, 2012) [quote="skyda_killer"]Does this driver contain the same fix as 33.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-) [/quote] Yes, he said so on the TDR thread. It's on the Release Notes too. [/quote] Thanks for your response, have you tried this driver mate? :)
McAfee said:
einherz said:"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based
GPUs and later."

this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?


This is not new to this driver. I can see this as far back as 310.70 WHQL (December 17, 2012)


skyda_killer said:Does this driver contain the same fix as 33.58 on page 50 Manuel? :-)


Yes, he said so on the TDR thread. It's on the Release Notes too.


Thanks for your response, have you tried this driver mate? :)

My Rig:
CPU: Intel i5 2500K overclocked (Sandy Bridge) @ 4.4ghz
Motherboard: Asus Z68V-Pro
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC (Reference Cooler)
RAM/Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz
HDD 1: 1TB Western Digital Black HDD (Local Disk)@ 7200rpm
HDD 2: 500GB Seagate (backup drive) @ 5400rpm
PSU: OCZ ModXstream Pro 700w
Case: Corsair 400R Carbide Series Mid-Tower
Monitor: (Primary) BenQ 27" GW2760HS @ 1920x1080 60hz 4ms AMVA-LED & (Secondary) DELL 19" E198WFP @ 1440x900 75hz 5ms TFT-LCD
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit

#9
Posted 11/27/2013 03:30 PM   
@McAfee almost sure this was and now is for rework algorithm of clamp
@McAfee almost sure this was and now is for rework algorithm of clamp

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#10
Posted 11/27/2013 03:44 PM   
Geforce experience wont detect the beta release, says driver is the lates, I have beta ticked, I want to install through GeForce experience so I get the option to reinstall through the UI.
Geforce experience wont detect the beta release, says driver is the lates, I have beta ticked, I want to install through GeForce experience so I get the option to reinstall through the UI.

Graphics card make and model: MSI N770 Gaming OC UEFI/GOP(4GB) GPU OverClock:@1202MHz,Boost 1265MHz,Memory:1850MHz/CPU make and model: Core i7 4820 3.7ghz @ 4.51ghz, Dynamic vcore Enabled, HT Enabled, 45,45,45,45 Turbo, HPET Enabled (BIOS&OS)/Motherboard make and model: Gigabyte GA-X79-G1 ASSASSIN2/ Amount of system memory: 16gb @ 1923mhz/Primary monitor make and model: Asus VE247 24"/Secondary monitor: Dell 1907FVP 19"/Operating system: Windows 8.1 pro 64bit/Sound card: OnBoard Creative XFI/Power Supply: 1200watt CoolerMaster Silent Pro M/Primary HardDrive: 2 Western Digital Black 1TB IN RAID 0/ Secondry HardDrive: Western Digital Black 1TB/Network Card: OnBoard Bigfoot Killer Lan E2100/Secondary Network Card: Intel(R)Gigabit CT Desktop Adaptor

#11
Posted 11/27/2013 03:49 PM   
Not too bad so far - [b]No BSOD [/b]but after awhile gaming it seems too [b]SLOW[/b] down real bad almost too a stop... BF4
Not too bad so far - No BSOD but after awhile gaming it seems too SLOW down real bad almost too a stop...

BF4

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#12
Posted 11/27/2013 04:00 PM   
[quote="einherz"]"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based GPUs and later." this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?[/quote] No changes to this
einherz said:"Negative LOD bias clamp for DirectX applications is not supported on Fermi-based
GPUs and later."

this is stop support ever, or wil be reworked for whql?


No changes to this

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#13
Posted 11/27/2013 04:24 PM   
[quote="El_Penetrator"]Assassin's Creed IV is not crashing anymore due to the GPU power peak. It works ALMOST completely fine. I have to admit, i didn't test with the "godray" mode on, because that mode keeps on crashing everything, still needs some work on that one guys :P. I noticed one glitch, when it rains in AC4, the water on the ground in Havana starts flickering. Is that a known issue?[/quote] Can you provide more details on this? Graphic settings? What is your hardware? What level in the game?
El_Penetrator said:Assassin's Creed IV is not crashing anymore due to the GPU power peak. It works ALMOST completely fine. I have to admit, i didn't test with the "godray" mode on, because that mode keeps on crashing everything, still needs some work on that one guys :P.
I noticed one glitch, when it rains in AC4, the water on the ground in Havana starts flickering. Is that a known issue?


Can you provide more details on this? Graphic settings? What is your hardware? What level in the game?

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#14
Posted 11/27/2013 04:31 PM   
[quote="L-Kilmister"]Not too bad so far - [b]No BSOD [/b]but after awhile gaming it seems too [b]SLOW[/b] down real bad almost too a stop... BF4 [/quote] Have you noticed temperature increase during these slow downs?
L-Kilmister said:Not too bad so far - No BSOD but after awhile gaming it seems too SLOW down real bad almost too a stop...

BF4


Have you noticed temperature increase during these slow downs?

#15
Posted 11/27/2013 04:34 PM   
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