GeForce 361.43 WHQL driver download

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So are they just dropping support for Fermi SLI in regards to WDDM 2.0 or did it just not make it into this release? I'm glad they finally fixed the 144hz issue.
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Ohh finally the long awaited fix for the idle clocks above 120hz going to test it downloading atm
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This does not fix the idle 144Hz GPU clock issue for me. This is on a clean install (after wiping with DDU in safe mode)
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Can anyone say they have good things to report with this driver...? Away from my computer for a few days, so I can not say whether it is anything beneficial.
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no problems with this drv yet but im only playing FO4 atm
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Can anyone say they have good things to report with this driver...? Away from my computer for a few days, so I can not say whether it is anything beneficial.
Best driver for me since 347.88. I'm on Win. 7.
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This does not fix the idle 144Hz GPU clock issue for me. This is on a clean install (after wiping with DDU in safe mode)
Me neither - I have two monitors (the second is just normal 60Hz) If I disable the second monitor - the bug is fixed, leave it enabled and the bug is still there. Setting my main display to 120Hz at desktop works around the issue as before. Presume NVidia didn't test with multi-monitors! (Go figure!?) Jon.
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This fixes the 144 Hz issue for me. I installed the drivers without using DDU (but I did tick the clean install via Custom Settings). I set it to 120 Hz prior to installing (confirmed that it was running at idle clocks before installing), and afterwards, I changed the refresh rate to 144 Hz and confirmed via Afterburner that it's running at idle clocks. I also have a second monitor running at 60 Hz, but it's plugged in to the motherboard rather than my graphics card.