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WTF Nvidia??

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So i have a laptop with GTX 1060 and yesterday i got an update for drivers(417.22) and i installed it immediately and after that i installed Monster Hunter World. The game ran at 10fps with max settings, at 1st i thought the game was poorly optimized and changed the settings to low which gave me about 35 fps. I changed the settings to max again and checked the gpu useage and say it at was only 5% but at low settings it was about 30%.

Then today i tried to play Assassins creed odyssey and it also ran at 14 fps, before i used to get 35-50 fps on high preset. I then reinstalled the old driver(417.01) then Monster Hunter World runs at around 47 fps on max settings. So the question is, Is nvidia deliberately trying to slow down last gen gpus or the drivers were just buggy? Did anyone also have similar experiences?  

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no, Nvidia is not slowing down cards with drivers. You likely have a conflict and need to use DDU to get clean drivers. Go download and run DDU and then re-install again. 

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2 minutes ago, Ritzkpl said:

So i have a laptop with GTX 1060 and yesterday i got an update for drivers(417.22) and i installed it immediately and after that i installed Monster Hunter World. The game ran at 10fps with max settings, at 1st i thought the game was poorly optimized and changed the settings to low which gave me about 35 fps. I changed the settings to max again and checked the gpu useage and say it at was only 5% but at low settings it was about 30%.

Then today i tried to play Assassins creed odyssey and it also ran at 14 fps, before i used to get 35-50 fps on high preset. I then reinstalled the old driver(417.01) then Monster Hunter World runs at around 47 fps on max settings. So the question is, Is nvidia deliberately trying to slow down last gen gpus or the drivers were just buggy? Did anyone also have similar experiences?  

This is like the 2nd time i see this issue in like an hour on the forum.

I think the driver is just broken tbh.

Here is the other thread:

 

 

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5 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

I think the driver is just broken tbh.

It's common that sometimes GeForce Experience is the guilty party being unable to delete for good traces of the old drive that will cause conflicts.

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8 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Go download and run DDU and then re-install again. 

will it work if i just uninstall the drivers from device manager and reinstall it again?

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Just now, Ritzkpl said:

will it work if i just uninstall the drivers from device manager and reinstall it again?

no. you should use DDU. 

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3 minutes ago, Ritzkpl said:

will it work if i just uninstall the drivers from device manager and reinstall it again?

nope

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This is a bad time to update drivers unless you have a RTX card.

 

For a laptop you shoulds only download drivers from the laptop manufacturer. OEM parts in laptops sometimes have different specs than desktop counterparts.  

 

Also report your issue on the Geforce driver forum. That way Nvidia can look into it.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1083878/geforce-drivers/official-417-22-game-ready-whql-display-driver-feedback-thread-released-12-3-18-/

 

 

Any time a new architecture comes out this sort of thing happens.  I am not planning to update drivers on my GTX 1080 tis until next March but my RTX card will do every update.

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22 hours ago, Skiiwee29 said:

no, Nvidia is not slowing down cards with drivers. You likely have a conflict and need to use DDU to get clean drivers. Go download and run DDU and then re-install again. 

I removed the drivers with DDU in safe mode and reinstalled the latest drivers again and got the same result as 1st time which is getting low fps so i am going to reinstalled the previous drivers. The latest drivers must be buggy, thanks for the help anyway.

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