Nvidia recently released driver version 430.39 and many users reported that the driver caused high CPU usage due to the Nvidia Container process. Now, Nvidia has released a revision driver version 430.53 that offers a high CPU usage solution, among other solutions.
In addition to the high-use Nvidia Container CPU solution, Nvidia Driver 430.53 brings solutions for flickering in 3DMark, Shadow of the Tomb Raider that is released when launched in SLI and more.
- Fix the highest CPU usage by NVDisplay.Container.exe introduced in the 430.39 driver
- 3DMark Time Spy: blink observed when the benchmark starts
- BeamNG: the application crashes when the game starts
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider: freezes when it starts in SLI mode
- The desktop blinks when videos are played on a secondary monitor
If you face the high CPU usage of Nvidia Container or any of the problems with the driver mentioned above, you only need to download and install the Nvidia 430.53 driver.
Speaking of Nvidia controllers, earlier this month, Nvidia launched a new controller that brought Ray Tracing in real time to the GTX 10 and GTX 16 series GPUs. However, RTX GPUs have RT cores to represent the plot of rays that the GPUs of the GTX 10 and GTX 16 series do not possess.
Which means that the GPUs of the GTX 10 and 16 series can play with Ray Tracing enabled but at the expense of FPS. Even a GTX 1080 Ti cannot run games at more than 20 FPS with Ray Tracing enabled.
In addition to gaming GPUs, Nvidia also launched its mining GPUs when cryptocurrency mining madness was in full swing. But these mining GPUs are not designed for games, since they have no display ports.
However, modders have found a way around it and these GPUs can be used to play video games and also cost much less compared to gaming GPUs.
Modders used the Nvidia P106 mining GPU, an equivalent of GTX 1060, with a modified version of its firmware to use the gaming GPU. Surprisingly, the mining GPU only had 3-4 FPS behind GTX 1060.
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