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Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 8


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#21
Cool! Hope it fixes issues. I don't really think it has anything much to do with loads across rails, but rather, it is likely just down to simple quality control. Lesser known names simply don't have the same level of quality as, for instance, a Corsair or OCZ would have.

11.5V is not so drastic that I can sit here and tell you: "Yes it will definitely be fixed." so that's why I recommended using another known-well psu to test, if possible. It definitely can be the cause though, and even momentarily dropping lower than even shown in the on-screen real-time report.

But once you do fix it, regardless of how, it will be so worth not having to think about the issue any longer and just use the machine as intended. Best of luck!
 

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#22
Thanks. I had thought of an OCZ unit, but am instead going to go with XFX (their PSUs are manufactured by Seasonic).
 

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#23
Very unlikely here...but easy enough to check. I would also visually inspect the graphics card itself for blown capacitors. They are usually very easy to spot. Brown crud coming from bottom or top of them (electrolyte) or the top will be rounded instead of perfectly flat.

The reason I mention this is because I had an NVIDIA card doing the same kind of thing to you. The caps were blown and I replaced them with low esr type (less heat, longer life, more efficient than standard), which fixed it up perfectly for years now.

I doubt your newer card will have this problem and like we were saying, the psu could likely be at fault, because what the capacitors do is regulate the voltage to the gpu. So that was my "bad link" in the power chain. Maybe yours is actually the psu but as said, can't hurt to visually inspect the card itself too.

(And still could be a driver, since I haven't seen any crash dumps at all - but if it was a driver, very likely would also be causing bsods.)
 

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#28
shall check thks
 

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ok lets see. it fixed most of the problems but it introduced a few... I no longer have cuda 5 support but its not really a great loss since my card only supports up to 4 anyway. the driver keeps restarting but at-least it doesn't cause the computer to freeze up. yet at least. using nvidia gtx 260m
 

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WARNING! The NVidia 302.80 drivers CRASHES MY BOOT and REBOOTS INTO RECOVERY MODE ! The only way to boot after trying to run these drivers is to go into safe mode and reload the 301.42 drivers. I have tried the latest version too
GTX 680, ASUS P8Z77 mobo with Ivy Bridge.
 

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WARNING! The NVidia 302.80 drivers CRASHES MY BOOT and REBOOTS INTO RECOVERY MODE ! The only way to boot after trying to run these drivers is to go into safe mode and reload the 301.42 drivers. I have tried the latest version too
GTX 680, ASUS P8Z77 mobo with Ivy Bridge.
Did the same to me TWICE I discovered it was something to do with multi monitor in the bios and having virtu installed. I have disabled multi monitor in bios and did not install virtu and the new drivers now work. Hopefully there will be a fix.

GTX 680, Asrock P77 Extreme6 with Sandy Bridge
 

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Loqi,
Thanks! That fixed it up. I disabled the multi-monitor in the BIOS and uninstalled VirtuMVP. The NVidia Win8 driver now works fine.
I am GLAD to get rid of VirtuMVP! It never worked right and crashed pretty much every game I tried it on, even a couple of games specifically said to work (Diablo 3 in the latest build). Good riddance.
 

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Loqi,
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I am GLAD to get rid of VirtuMVP! It never worked right and crashed pretty much every game I tried it on, even a couple of games specifically said to work (Diablo 3 in the latest build). Good riddance.
I am glad it worked for you. I personally could not see the advantage of Virtu either .. maybe as Win 8 drivers mature it might be worthwhile re-installing.
 

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I am glad it worked for you. I personally could not see the advantage of Virtu either .. maybe as Win 8 drivers mature it might be worthwhile re-installing.
Since I can dual boot, I tried VirtuMVP on Win7 and it did the same thing, froze the game and crashed the desktop. No, VirtuMVP problems are NOT with Win8, it's just a crappy program. Don't they test the damn thing?
 

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June 27, 2012

nVidia GeForce 302.82 WHQL drivers for Windows 8 released.

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Thank you Aaron. To bad it appears to only be for desktops currently. :)
 

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Latest Drivers

I just downloaded and installed the latest drivers (302.82) and out of curiosity decided to run my WEI assessment again. I got a score of 1.0 due to graphics desktop performance windows aero. With the previous drivers and all others before them I was getting 8.4 for that particular subset. Am I missing something here?
 

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Hello loquacious my WEI remains unchanged after updating to 302.82 I see you also have a newer card than mine a 680 which is supported according to the release notes.

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