I'm experiencing severe frame drops with the later nVidia drivers (post
451.xx).Latest driver tested is 457.09. App "Motion-to-Photon Latency"
flashes "N/A" regularly as tho something is interfering on a random
basis resulting in dropped frames every...
On my hardware, the Oculus drivers don't like the 451+ range of nvidia
drivers (With the GPU Scheduling feature)Lots of dropped frames and
latency n/a'sCPU = 3950xGPU = 2080tiMB = Gigabyte Gaming 570xRAM = 32GB
Re: Eye Tracking and foveation (only rendering high res where the user
is looking, to reduce GPU load)Batman Arkham VR uses foveation based on
where your head is pointing (without eye tracking). This works because a
VR user typically moves his head a...
RuneSR2 said: I was also forced to upgrade drivers due to Squadrons,
which nearly caused me to refund the game. But so far I've had no
problems - using GTX 1080 and CV1. No slowdowns at all with CV1. Even
played Agos last night with ss 2.0 and 8xMSAA...
TomCgcmfc said: Richooal said: No app should be "insisting" on new
drivers. It should only be a recommendation. It's your system, and it
wasn't built to run a single app. Dump the app that insists on updating.
I'm still on 432.00 and won't change it ...
Well I did my roll back tests and installed various versions of the
nvidia drivers etc.I have conclusively proven that in my case, with my
hardware, the 450+ range of nvidia drivers (those with the GPU
Scheduling feature) break the oculus drivers.446...