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lost_one1
#1 Dec 30 2019 10:59am
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hello, i have a 1660 ti and i7 processor. all my games up until right now were running amazing.

suddenly logging into my games today, all games are blurry and not getting over 70+ fps? is this a driver issue? overheating? virus??

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#2 Dec 30 2019 11:01am
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u and cpu only running around 5-15% usage
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#3 Dec 30 2019 11:07am
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also, this is a brand new gaming rig. literally only 3 weeks old. was running amazing until this
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#4 Dec 30 2019 11:10am
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i recently updated nvidia "game ready" driver. all my settings are now fucked up in every game. it like reset all my presets?
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#5 Dec 30 2019 11:20am
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Quote (lost_one1 @ Dec 30 2019 12:10pm)
i recently updated nvidia "game ready" driver. all my settings are now fucked up in every game. it like reset all my presets?

are the games running any smoother? if not..

if you have a windows restore point saved before the issue occurred. try that first and see if it changes anything.

get a hardware monitor and run it before and during windowed game-play. screenshot both instances and upload them here.

there's a bunch of monitors you can use, i use CPUID HWMonitor myself.

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#6 Dec 30 2019 11:22am
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Quote (tagged4nothing @ Dec 30 2019 12:20pm)
are the games running any smoother? if not..

if you have a windows restore point saved before the issue occurred. try that first and see if it changes anything.

get a hardware monitor and run it before and during windowed game-play. screenshot both instances and upload them here.

there's a bunch of monitors you can use, i use CPUID HWMonitor myself.


i dont have a restore point. womp womp.

and to clarify, the games were running great BEFORE the latest nvidia game ready driver update. i updated last night. now all games dont get over 50+ fps, its not 1080p, screen tearing, sttuttering, etc.
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#7 Dec 30 2019 11:32am
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Quote (lost_one1 @ Dec 30 2019 12:22pm)
i dont have a restore point. womp womp.

and to clarify, the games were running great BEFORE the latest nvidia game ready driver update. i updated last night. now all games dont get over 50+ fps, its not 1080p, screen tearing, sttuttering, etc.

what OS are you running specifically?
win 10?
64 or 32 bit?
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#8 Dec 30 2019 11:45am
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win 10 64 bit

current nvidia geforce experience driver: 441.66 (12/10/2019)


I also just realized i accidently rebooted my pc during windows updates to try and eliminate the fps issue
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Quote (lost_one1 @ Dec 30 2019 12:45pm)
win 10 64 bit

current nvidia geforce experience driver: 441.66 (12/10/2019)


I also just realized i accidently rebooted my pc during windows updates to try and eliminate the fps issue

ignoring the reboot thing for a moment...
i'm reading a few issues with this particular update.

first, turn automatic updates off for Geforce if they are on. then try rolling back the Nvidia driver.
you can do this through device manager.

type "device manager" into windows search and run it.
bring up "display adapters" and right click your "graphics card driver".
click "properties" and go to the "driver" tab.
click "roll-back".

if this works, you at least have an option to fall back on.
again, there do appear to be some issues with this update for some people. some needing the newest win10 update. so you can try re-installing the new Nvidia driver after completing windows updates.
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#10 Dec 30 2019 08:32pm
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Quote (tagged4nothing @ Dec 30 2019 01:10pm)
ignoring the reboot thing for a moment...
i'm reading a few issues with this particular update.

first, turn automatic updates off for Geforce if they are on. then try rolling back the Nvidia driver.
you can do this through device manager.

type "device manager" into windows search and run it.
bring up "display adapters" and right click your "graphics card driver".
click "properties" and go to the "driver" tab.
click "roll-back".

if this works, you at least have an option to fall back on.
again, there do appear to be some issues with this update for some people. some needing the newest win10 update. so you can try re-installing the new Nvidia driver after completing windows updates.




that worked!! thank u so much
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