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HiCZoK4
09-16-07, 01:10 PM
Remember the great thread about 88xx alt-tab bug ?? Sure you do. I created a big thread about that some time ago and it got locked becouse of no resolve.
So if anything changed since then ? YES.

Last Week nvidia released a beta drivers 163.67 and those seems to fix the bug
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Oblivion now works great no slowdowns . Same company of heroes. Now I get 150fps on start of a level instead of 20 and slowdowns.
I played both games for couple of hours and no problems or slowdowns.

I also checked FEAR but this one got worse. now instead of slowdown I got bsod after couple of minutes :( but this might be caoused becouse I updated my bios drivers for mobo recently).

anyway. ratio is for + :D good nvidia finally started to think about that and I can finally enyoj COH and OBLIVION at last.


Do it works for you ???

jAkUp
09-16-07, 02:12 PM
Fixed it here on the girly's GTS also, noticed it most on FEAR.

Bman212121
09-16-07, 02:14 PM
Fixed it here on the girly's GTS also, noticed it most on FEAR.

LOL, I was wondering what PC you had with that in it. I swear it changed from GTS 320 to girly's GTS between me reading it and hitting the quote button.

jAkUp
09-16-07, 02:15 PM
Yea it did :D haha, I changed it to make it more clear :D

HiCZoK4
09-17-07, 03:50 PM
someone make it sticky for awhile ,this might help 8x users having the bug

beardstroke
09-17-07, 05:27 PM
didn't fix my company of heroes.
even used driver cleaner.

i aslo get nv4_disp.dll blue screens whenever I try to run some games like stranglehold

i got a feeling this will never be fixed for me.

HiCZoK4
09-18-07, 09:29 AM
didn't fix my company of heroes.
even used driver cleaner.

i aslo get nv4_disp.dll blue screens whenever I try to run some games like stranglehold

i got a feeling this will never be fixed for me.

strangle runs great for me ...i only get bsod in fear ...all other games are fixed