XG drivers are tweaked to improve image quality and stability while performance may increase or decrease slightly depending on your system specs. A few XG registry tweaks include mods to the following:
Paletted Textures In Video Memory
Render Quality Flags
Target Flush Count
Texture Clamp Behavior
Texture LOD Bias
Use Cached PCI Mappings
Texture Memory Space
Downloaded Memory Space
UMA Fast Frame Buffering
Main 3D rendering
I have a GTX780ti and since official nVidia driver 362.00 (march 2016) there hasn't been a working official driver for me. Always flickering black screen and pixels.
I'm following the official nVidia Geforce forum since then and man! A lot of people have similar issues, even with 1070's, 1080's and Titan-X's (Pascale).
I used to install Omegadrivers and Tweakforce drivers back in the XP-days (GTX 7900) and I loved them, but since I bought the GTX780ti I thougth I'd stay legit... until they began nerfing Kepler (my thoughts).
But now I installed these and... PRESTO! Working driver as it should be!
Thanks a lot for all your effort to keep Tweakforce alive. Love it!
Drivers running great so far...it never crossed my mind that the cpu cooler pump failing could've contributed to the slowdown I was getting in GTA 5, during explosions and collisions with heavy particles.
Installed the new one and gaming is back to normal, don't have to overclock the gpu, thought that was helping but nope...AB+RTSS 60fps limit, Nvcpl vsync on and it's very smooth @ 1080p almost max settings using in game fxaa, original BSI running very smooth too.
UPDATE: DSR 3840x2160 locked at 35fps is sexy. Now comes down to the game preferring nvcpl vsync or in game, so far Witcher 3 don't like forced vsync, Gta 5 and BSI no problem.Re-added oc to Gpu at 2075 core + 9204 mem.
UPDATE: Forget that, native res in game vsync locked 60fps is way better lol! and I don't have to oc the gpu...sweet!
Last edited by dragondale13 on Sun Oct 02, 2016 2:43 am; edited 2 times in total
Just a heads up. I ran this driver for 3 days. This driver caused me blue screens with different errors when my gpu was overclocked.
When running my GPU at stock settings my games would crash. Went back to WHQL and no crashes. It may just be my setup as I
usually have no problems with your drivers (been using them for many years).
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2016 1:40 pm Post subject: Pascal
FINALLY!! After 2 months finally good performance (almost) on PASCAL! Little performance/fps drops sometimes bu its much better ( on my Win 8.1 x64 )! I use XG Drivers from the begining of my gaming adventures GF7600 / GTX1070 and its a best drivers! Love you guys! TWEAKFORCE RULEZ
Posted: Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:52 pm Post subject: Need Help
As always thanks for the tweaked drivers, really helps a lot for having a more optimized performance on my rig.
Anyways - I need a bit of help. Apparently on Windows 10 (same driver or even up to the oldest drivers that doesn't have the mouse pointer glitch), my GPU clock, Voltage, Memory Clock, and Shader Clock would half its values when I'm watching a video on my browsers.
And when I play my games - it doesn't go back to normal (stock clocking or even OC'd).
I tried installing Windows 7 on the same rig, but this problem doesn't occur (it stays always on the clocks I set it even when watching).
My only workaround that works is the use of the NVIDIA PowerMizer Manager program to reset it by force (this includes disabling the Overheat Slowdown Override, but the problem persists)- which I don't really like to.
I tried the steps on other forums about setting certain settings on the MSI Afterburner and on the NVIDIA control Panel (setting it to Maximum Perofmrance does not help as well). So far - no cigar.
My GPU's NVIDIA GTS 450
If someone could help me permanently disable this troublesome problem, I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
NOTE: I used the same drivers from this thread on Win10 and Win7 - like I said above, Win7 didn't encountered this problem.
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