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  1. Posts : 60
    Win 7 SP1
       #511

    skunksmash said:
    im running the 191.07's & there's still no temp monitoring through EVGA tuner.., & the clocks dont settle back to 2D, even though the release notes show that bug was fixed....

    cmon nvidia these 191s have been pretty crap....

    bring on the 192.xxs

    If you check the EVGA Precision forums, there is a way to fix the no temps in Precision with the 190.XX drivers.

    I'm not at home, but it has to do with removing specific entries from the Registry and rebooting.

    I've done it myself and now Precision checks temps.

    Also, I've seen with the new drivers that once I exit a 3D app, the clocks go back down to normal 2D speeds.


    T
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  2. Posts : 2,589
    SEVEN x64
       #512

    Taliseian said:
    skunksmash said:
    im running the 191.07's & there's still no temp monitoring through EVGA tuner.., & the clocks dont settle back to 2D, even though the release notes show that bug was fixed....

    cmon nvidia these 191s have been pretty crap....

    bring on the 192.xxs

    If you check the EVGA Precision forums, there is a way to fix the no temps in Precision with the 190.XX drivers.

    I'm not at home, but it has to do with removing specific entries from the Registry and rebooting.

    I've done it myself and now Precision checks temps.

    Also, I've seen with the new drivers that once I exit a 3D app, the clocks go back down to normal 2D speeds.


    T
    i'll have a look over at EVGA for the temp fix (though ive reverted to RT after a long time away....lol), the 2D clock issue may be a problem with my rig then, but the down-clock hasn't worked correctly since the first 190's if i recall...

    its a pig b/c it adds 10c to my idle GPU temp....
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  3. Posts : 429
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #513

    w00t! 191.07 is working great on my rig. It seems to run cooler than previous versions, my GPU fan doesn't seem to scream as much as it did. GPU fan slows down to normal after exiting games/as it cools down.
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  4. Posts : 4,927
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
       #514

    theog said:
    Hi All

    When you have installed the new 191.07 drivers, win7 updates will show new drivers for NVIDIA, stay clear they are the old drivers.
    Dont get them from WU (hide those updates), always get them direct from the nvidia website.
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  5. Posts : 1,629
    Win 7 Ult SP1/Win 10 Pro (all x64)
       #515

    191.07 is fine here. Now both GPU's on my GTX295 drop back to 2D when idle. Still got that 59hz vs. 60hz issue in Windows 7 however (meaning not in Vista), but am trying to ignore that.
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  6. Posts : 4
    W7
       #516

    The 191.07 reduced my WEI from 5.4 to 4.9 and that was on the processor subscore. The 191.03 betas are perfect
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  7. Posts : 4,663
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #517

    I lost temps in Evga precision, so I opened Riva tuner. This tells me I'm idling a 36 c previous to installing them I was at 46
    Last edited by johnwillyums; 07 Oct 2009 at 16:56. Reason: missing line
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  8. Posts : 3,324
    Windows 8.1 Pro x64
       #518

    191.07s are very good. Need for Speed: Shift plays a lot better now and runs a lot smoother.

    Also on a side note, the 15.51 nForce drivers really improve RAID performance, so a couple of great new drivers from nvidia :)
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  9. Posts : 15
    Win 7 64bit
       #519

    Im having a hassle with my 191.07 update .. I dl it directly from nvida.com and when i run the update everything goes smooth UNTIL at the end whin its at "Installing driver components"

    ..There it's stuck for ages and finally the message "System has not been modified. To install this program at a later time , run installation again."


    Now I've tried removing the old driver before installing but this always pop ups .. I'm left relying on the driver version that came on the CD inside the box when I got the card :) (8600gts)

    Any thoughts?



    p.s. wee first post !
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  10. Posts : 2,589
    SEVEN x64
       #520

    gullielli said:
    Im having a hassle with my 191.07 update .. I dl it directly from nvida.com and when i run the update everything goes smooth UNTIL at the end whin its at "Installing driver components"

    ..There it's stuck for ages and finally the message "System has not been modified. To install this program at a later time , run installation again."


    Now I've tried removing the old driver before installing but this always pop ups .. I'm left relying on the driver version that came on the CD inside the box when I got the card :) (8600gts)

    Any thoughts?



    p.s. wee first post !
    hmm........

    i get this message on my machine if attempting to install a driver that matches the existing one...

    do you know what driver you currently have..?? if not run ''GPUZ'' then post us up a screenie.

    have you tried to install the latest driver in ''safe mode'', this is a good way to be sure your bypassing ALL other S/W.

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