Geforce 347.25 driver released (WHQL)

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  1. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    I really dont know. Its the first game Im trying with my 970Ms.

    I think you need to use Geforce Experience and optimize the game before it shows. From Geforce.com
     
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    You are right. A quick googling seems to point out that 900M doesnt support it yet.
     
  3. octiceps

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    The DSR Factors and Smoothness settings are supposed to be in the Nvidia Control Panel if DSR is supported. Go take a look, I'm betting it doesn't work on mobile GPUs yet.
     
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    Shouldn't GFE automatically update separately if there's a newer version? Mine always does regardless of driver updates. I would think if the newer version was meant to be used it would update after the old version installed.

    It is odd they would bundle an out of date GFE though.
     
  5. octiceps

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    Nope, MFAA isn't happening on non-Maxwell 2, and probably not on SLI either due to the frame coherency issue I mentioned earlier that also prevents temporal AA like SMAA T2x from working.

    AnandTech | The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Review: Maxwell Mark 2

     
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    Finished drivers go through weeks of testing and validation before they are released. WHQL certification drags that out even longer. That's why when you look up the branch info of any driver, it's usually dated several weeks before its release date. It's entirely plausible that a new version of GFE was released in that time frame.
     
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    i wonder if a 980M is still playable with the new drivers?
     
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    MFAA can be turned on in nividia inspector the entire time... way back to 344.75...
     
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    I have MFAA option since 344.00, nothing new there.
     
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    This is true, but remember TXAA manages a temporal filter. It might happen in the future; who knows. Maybe it's reserved for DX12? Mantle apparently allows AMD to avoid using AFR style multiGPU methods; if this happens with DX12 as well, then it could be a requirement for SLI MFAA.
     
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