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Hello

 

first post,Hi,english is not my native languaje,sorry for spelling mistakes...

 

in new posting but not reading...

 

people take new Nvidia whql drivers (344.11) and test

 

lot of fps increase for me and a lot of smothness...

 

test in Krasnodar center park 1 ramp start

 

(i5 OC (4.7) 24/7) (8gb ram) (GTX 570 SOC with big custom OC 24/7)

 

:smilewink:

 

--UPDATE--

 

at least for me Nvidia Inspector Profiles don case very well with DCS World in general (i dont know this is old info) if are old im sorry

 

i put the default profile in nvidia inspector

 

in game all in ALT except:

 

shadows: medium

 

display resolution: 512

 

MSAA: 4x

 

HDR: normal

 

brush: off

 

secondary options ticked except oculus rift

 

i have in Krasnodar center in the cockpit with TrackIR 5 39-48 FPS (i have capped FPS in .LUA)

 

yesterday in the same place 13-25 fps with old drivers (whith Nvidia inspector ON)

 

hope you help...


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Hello

 

first post, Hi,english is not my native languaje,sorry for spelling mistakes...

 

in new posting but not reading...

 

people take new Nvidia whql drivers (344.11) and test

 

lot of fps increase for me and a lot of smothness...

 

test in Krasnodar center park 1 ramp start

 

(i5 OC (4.7) 24/7) (8gb ram) (GTX 570 SOC with big custom OC)

 

:smilewink:

 

 

Noted. I was going to do a clean install of the drivers as well, but passed out on the couch before turning my PC on. :) It's worth a try. :thumbup:

 

Oh and welcome to the forums!


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:)Oh and welcome to the forums!

 

 

thank you very much sir... :thumbup:

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Am seeing double FPS with 2x570's SLI and a 4770k OC's to 4.5GHz.

 

I am assuming you did a driver update recently as well? If so this is very encouraging!:)

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Thanks for the information! Very encouraging!

 

Is this new driver a beta? I am not home yet. Need to check it out.

No, its WHQL...

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Yes, I was on the release drivers prior to these ones. It's possible a SLI profile was added that may affect DCS?

 

from Nvidia:

 

Application Profiles

Added or updated the following profiles:

• Alien: Isolation

• Borderlands The Pre-Sequel

• Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

• Dead Rising 3 - SLI disabled;

• Divinity: Original Sin

• Dragon Age: Inquisition

• F1 2014

• Gauntlet - SLI disabled

• GRID Autosport

• IL-2: Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad

• Metro Redux

• Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth

• Skyforge

• Strife - SLI disable

• TitanFall

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I got the updated drivers and its not made any difference for me.

 

at least for me Nvidia Inspector Profiles don case very well with DCS World in general (i dont know this is old info) if are old im sorry

 

i put the default profile in nvidia inspector

 

in game all in ALT except:

 

shadows: medium

 

display resolution: 512

 

MSAA: 4x

 

HDR: normal

 

brush: off

 

secondary options ticked except oculus rift

 

i have in Krasnodar center in the cockpit with TrackIR 5 39-48 FPS (i have capped FPS in .LUA)

 

yesterday in the same place 13-25 fps with old drivers (whith Nvidia inspector ON)

 

hope you help...


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Same here, but thanks anyway for the hint, chanurr :thumbup:

 

you are welcome sir...:thumbup:

 

I got the updated drivers and its not made any difference for me.

 

at least for me Nvidia Inspector Profiles don case very well with DCS World in general (i dont know this is old info) if are old im sorry

 

i put the default profile in nvidia inspector

 

in game all in ALT except:

 

shadows: medium

 

display resolution: 512

 

MSAA: 4x

 

HDR: normal

 

brush: off

 

secondary options ticked except oculus rift

 

i have in Krasnodar center in the cockpit with TrackIR 5 39-48 FPS (i have capped FPS in .LUA)

 

yesterday in the same place 13-25 fps with old drivers (whith Nvidia inspector ON)

 

hope you help...

 

you test this?


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not a chance that it would happen with AMD...... :(

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I've seen a 10 FPS increase with my GTX770

 

Same here, more or less, on GTX780. I didn't expect improvement on this old rendering engine, but it's there. Although I admit my previous drivers were quite outdated (335 series). Anyone who has forgotten about updating their NV drivers for a few months, should give these new ones a try. Every few frames/sec will help!

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Same here, more or less, on GTX780. I didn't expect improvement on this old rendering engine, but it's there. Although I admit my previous drivers were quite outdated (335 series). Anyone who has forgotten about updating their NV drivers for a few months, should give these new ones a try. Every few frames/sec will help!

 

Actually, it might be even more than that. I ran my own benchmarking mission of a take off from a busy airport under instrument conditions and rated between 50 and 60 constant.

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I have installed those 344.11 drivers and during installation blue screen of death appears with some dll errors.. Windows 7 didn't even started after restarting pc. Only same blue screen on every startup. Luckily I managed to start Windows 7 in the safe mode and reinstalled the old version drivers. After that everything works ok. Very strange... Never had such problems with installing new graphic card drivers. I have a GTX 570 card. Be careful with those drivers.

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Yes, I was on the release drivers prior to these ones. It's possible a SLI profile was added that may affect DCS?

 

That could be it. I've heard they added a SLI profile for Il-2 BoS, so it might be they added one for DCS and some other sims as well.

 

not a chance that it would happen with AMD...... sad.gif

 

Sad but true :(

 

Let's wait for EDGE... ;)

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