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Kronvict
04-09-2012, 08:05 PM
I have installed the new 301.24 beta drivers, but when i tried playing Battlefield 3 or any other game my card would not enter 3D clocks and the games run at about 7fps. I have posted about this in the 301.24 beta thread at Guru3D and two users have the same problem. The one thing we have in common is we have a Single GTX580, so could anyone with a single GTX580 test the new drivers and see if it happens to you please it would be much appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

Blackcurrent93
04-10-2012, 06:33 AM
These drivers don't seem to cope very well with my GTX580 Matrix as well. After the installation, my overclock reset itself back to default and now I can't even change the core clock anymore, the only thing I can change is the FAN SPEED with ASUS GPU Tweak. Performance in games is absolutely horrible, in Shogun 2 I only get 6-10fps after a clean install. Like you said the card would not enter 3D clocks.

Kronvict
04-10-2012, 07:10 AM
I reinstalled 296.10 and all is well again. I guess i'll wait for wqhl 300 drivers and by then hopefully the bugs will be worked out if i cant find a fix for the beta till then.

RonanC
04-10-2012, 08:03 PM
arghhhhhhh I am getting the exact same, just installed the new beta drivers and whaaaaaam 7fps, really dissapointed was looking forward to playing bf3 with no stutter that comes with the new adaptive + fxaa options,

what a bummer

FYI Matrix 580 also :(

Kronvict
04-11-2012, 05:35 PM
I found out on the nVidia forums that factory overclocked cards are affected by the low framerate bug with this driver set. The supposed fix is to downclock your videocard to vanilla GTX 580 clock speed 772mhz. I hope nvidia fixes this problem. I didnt get a matrix card just to run it at reference speed lol.

RonanC
04-12-2012, 10:15 PM
thanks for this info m8, will install these drivers again and downclock to 772 and see if they work :) should not be too long eta for new beta anyway so could live with 772mhz if it means these drivers works and can use fxaa



I found out on the nVidia forums that factory overclocked cards are affected by the low framerate bug with this driver set. The supposed fix is to downclock your videocard to vanilla GTX 580 clock speed 772mhz. I hope nvidia fixes this problem. I didnt get a matrix card just to run it at reference speed lol.

aznsteil
04-15-2012, 09:25 PM
Here some additional information:

I've the Asus 560 Ti Direct Cu II and installed the new beta driver. Problem: I can not overclock my card over 1000 Mhz as I did with previous drivers. Maximum is 1000 Mhz. Voltage and fans can be adjusted without problems.

aznsteil

WhattheF
06-16-2012, 10:54 PM
The****, i have an GTX580, brand new.. unable to play ANYTHING, they even get it done to let pacman fail..... Blehh!!!!!:mad: When i use old drivers my system crashes, big middlefinger to ROG, normal GTX580 users have NO problem.. you buy something you expect to be good, but no........ waste of cash, waste of time........ just a big waste, anyone who wants a 580 matrix? Check my garbage bag.:mad::mad:

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06-18-2012, 02:21 PM
Those having issues with underclocking/throttling, try this: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?17462-GTX-580-Platinum-TOP-Owners-Try-GeForce-304.48-Beta-Drivers