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User Info: MI2Dragon

MI2Dragon
3 years ago#1
I recently bought Splinter Cell: Blacklist which apparently benefits from them.

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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
3 years ago#2
Why not use 327.23?
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User Info: MI2Dragon

MI2Dragon
3 years ago#3
Yep, just noticed that. Installing them now. Fingers crossed.
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User Info: jakisthe

jakisthe
3 years ago#4
Getting Blacklist to work is an absolute pain when it's installed on a secondary drive...lets hope this works.
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User Info: Thescyy

Thescyy
3 years ago#5
The latest WHQL have fixed all the issues I had had with the recent nvidia driver releases. 327.23 is the way to go.
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User Info: Voxwik

Voxwik
3 years ago#6
jakisthe posted...
Getting Blacklist to work is an absolute pain when it's installed on a secondary drive...lets hope this works.


That is an extremely poor design mistake. It's something even student programmers shouldn't mess up. That's sad if a multimillion budget game actually has issues when it's not on the C drive.

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Thescyy
3 years ago#7
jakisthe posted...
Getting Blacklist to work is an absolute pain when it's installed on a secondary drive...lets hope this works.


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User Info: Combo Master

Combo Master
3 years ago#8
Thescyy posted...
The latest WHQL have fixed all the issues I had had with the recent nvidia driver releases. 327.23 is the way to go.


There is a title screen stretch glitch happening with games running on pcsx2 using the 327.23 drivers.
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User Info: Slayn

Slayn
3 years ago#9
This is Nvidia, of course the drivers are stable, that is why we buy Nvidia.

Right?



.... Right???
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User Info: Rhyten

Rhyten
3 years ago#10
They work well on my end :)
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