GTX 1080 - very minimal view of distance, Pop Ins, Textures disappearing
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There is no way your 6970 could play GTA5 on anything other than normal textures so any popins were hardly distinguishable from what was on the screen. The only thing that can be done is increase the draw distances as much as possible. Other than that , it's not you.
There is no way your 6970 could play GTA5 on anything other than normal textures so any popins were hardly distinguishable from what was on the screen.

The only thing that can be done is increase the draw distances as much as possible. Other than that , it's not you.

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#16
Posted 01/09/2017 04:48 PM   
Sorry to Necro this post but I realized I have the same problems on my GTX 1070 , I usually play LoL and stuff like that, but after getting into GTA V and BF4 again I see that i have a lot of texture pop in, lod issues and a few graphical glitches, it doesnt seem to be my graphics card's fault, at least I hope so since I dont notice artifacts like texture streching or black spots. Im wondering if you found a solution or if it really is the drivers at fault. :/ Pc specs: I7 4790k GTX 1070 ASUS STRIX HYPERX DRR3 16GB WD HDD 1t Asus Pro Gamer motherboard Z97
Sorry to Necro this post but I realized I have the same problems on my GTX 1070 , I usually play LoL and stuff like that, but after getting into GTA V and BF4 again I see that i have a lot of texture pop in, lod issues and a few graphical glitches, it doesnt seem to be my graphics card's fault, at least I hope so since I dont notice artifacts like texture streching or black spots. Im wondering if you found a solution or if it really is the drivers at fault. :/

Pc specs:

I7 4790k
GTX 1070 ASUS STRIX
HYPERX DRR3 16GB
WD HDD 1t
Asus Pro Gamer motherboard Z97

#17
Posted 12/04/2017 10:21 PM   
oh god, the necro of a game engine limitation, KILL IT, TAKE OFF ITS HEAD.
oh god, the necro of a game engine limitation, KILL IT, TAKE OFF ITS HEAD.



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#18
Posted 12/05/2017 12:57 AM   
[s]HD 6900 series were fine cards here an ex- HD 6990 user myself ;) Yet it does seem to be well known that NVIDIA's drivers are somewhat wonky I mean AMD like NVIDIA they both are great brands yet both can have issues, so it's not your GPU doing weird just a bad patch of drivers. I am experiencing issues with my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2 as well Black screen for 2 to 3 seconds and thena driver message pops up that it recovered from a serious crash, so I had to roll back to NVIDIA ForceWare 384.94 WHQL For Win7 x64 UK which is this driver: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/120909/en-us And here for Win10 x64: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/120907/en-us I hope this helps also make use of DDU aka Display Driver Uninstaller after uninstalling your old drivers, use this in safemode btw: https://www.wagnardsoft.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=939 This gets rid of old driver remains,let me know if this helped :) And that fixed it for me, might be an idea for you as well man, it's never a bad thing to rollback to an older driver, I am pretty sure this issue will be resolved at some point.[/s] Ah old thread my bad :X
HD 6900 series were fine cards here an ex- HD 6990 user myself ;)

Yet it does seem to be well known that NVIDIA's drivers are somewhat wonky I mean AMD like NVIDIA they both are great brands yet both can have issues, so it's not your GPU doing weird just a bad patch of drivers.

I am experiencing issues with my EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2 as well Black screen for 2 to 3 seconds and thena driver message pops up that it recovered from a serious crash, so I had to roll back to NVIDIA ForceWare 384.94 WHQL For Win7 x64 UK which is this driver:
http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/120909/en-us

And here for Win10 x64:
http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/120907/en-us

I hope this helps also make use of DDU aka Display Driver Uninstaller after uninstalling your old drivers, use this in safemode btw:
https://www.wagnardsoft.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=939

This gets rid of old driver remains,let me know if this helped :)


And that fixed it for me, might be an idea for you as well man, it's never a bad thing to rollback to an older driver, I am pretty sure this issue will be resolved at some point.


Ah old thread my bad :X

#19
Posted 12/06/2017 11:21 PM   
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