nVIDIA GeForce Drivers v417.35 WHQL Findings & Fixes

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  1. Vasudev

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    When I check nvi inspector profile I found no difference at all!
    I can vouch on reduced microstutters on XG and j95. I'm trying out j95 driver. XG and j95 are having similar performance. Dunno which one to select!!!
     
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    Well XG Dev. said... [scenarios depend highly on the base nvidia driver and the users' configuration.]
    Do you want me to share my configuration through nvi inspector profile?:rolleyes: Maybe when we both have the same configuration.. ;)you may get the same experience that I am experiencing :cool:
     
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    But I doubt we can expect similar performance. Its okay I don't use GPU for pushing FPS beyond 100 anyway. Even judal57's 970M OC'ed to boost clocks of 980M beat the crap out of my GPU.
    Do you have Adaptive screen refresh turned ON? I have that Fast Sync enabled maybe that's causing me to experience similar kind of performance.
     
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    ASIC quality is not as big nowadays as it was back in the day but they did bring binning as more obvious than Pascal. Now if you have a FE or a card that has an OC on it, it will be A chip which is a binned chip which can OC considerably better than non-A. A chips can still overclock but not guaranteed high frequencies :p
     
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    I use V-sync normally (I just put it to "on") :)
     
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    Me too. I like seeing 200+ FPS on older games for giggles.
     
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    As promised but I was a bit late :rolleyes: totally forgot about it :D
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    Those are really good scores considering the fact it still uses Cancer vBIOS. Did you ask Kingpin whether custom VBIOS which he uses for Liq. N2 or He is available or not! Since you use everything from Kingpin edition for best performance.
    @Ifrin Here you go at 1080p on Standard settings:
    Stock:
    ffxv.PNG
    Overclock at +200MHz on core and memory with +50mV overvolt on 417.35 WHQL Prema/XG modded drivers.
    ffxv2.PNG
    The scores are not go good for 980M.
     
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