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  • skeezix99 - Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - link

    3DMark Skydiver demo now presents a black screen once the skydiver lands. This is new, the demo itself worked fine in the previous driver (but the GFX tests presented black screens). Reply
  • FuzzDad - Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - link

    Something isn't right w/these w/respect to TF2...here are a series of timedemo's I've run against the last three drivers (w/same video setup):

    335.23 Driver 2639 frames 23.324 seconds 113.15 fps ( 8.84 ms/f) 8.699 fps variability
    337.88 Driver2639 frames 21.212 seconds 124.41 fps ( 8.04 ms/f) 5.136 fps variability
    340.43 Driver 2639 frames 23.111 seconds 114.19 fps ( 8.76 ms/f) 7.220 fps variability
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  • leliel - Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - link

    Would be nice if they finally fixed the TDRs on the 560M I'm still using, but I guess I'm not holding my breath that that will ever happen at this point :l Reply
  • TheJian - Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - link

    Bummer, miracast tied to win8. I have no plans to EVER use that OS. Should have tied it to win7 at least. Hope a fix is coming as there are too few people using win8 for this to be worth the waste of time on R&D. I hope MS paid for this crap. It's a real pity AMD/NV have to waste a single dime on optimizing for Win8/8.1.

    Queue win8 lovers hate posts...LOL.
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  • killeak - Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - link

    Miracast is a feature added to Windows 8.1, is not supported by the OS itself in any other Windows version including 8.0. As far I as know both Intel and AMD had support for it since 8.1 was launched. So nVidia was the only gpu vendor without support for miracast under w8.1, they are just catching up...

    While I guess they can add miracast to other OS too just like Intel had WiDi before w8.1, but they also want to sell shields and streaming to the TV was a shield feature, that's why I think they delay the implementation of this feature under w8.1. But I guess they realize that shield is not selling well, and they were the only ones without the feature, so they gave up and just catching up with the competition...
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  • jardows2 - Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - link

    If only to respond to your unnecessary Windows 8 hate post. Reply

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