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Old 14th June 2019, 17:45   #401  |  Link
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"I managed to find a fix for the broken gamma, and nvidia dithering in windows 1903: you need to go to Task Scheduler > Microsoft > Windows > WindowsColorSystem, and delete the task called WindowsColorSystem Calibration Loader."
Hah, funny. This workaround works for me too (with v435.27 on a machine which has a custom ICM profile for the secondary display).
But I am pretty sure I didn't have any custom ICM profiles installed on my AMD notebook (unless Windows Update tried to grab one from the manufacturer but I saw no indication of this anywhere and those rarely have a modified 1DLUT anyway) and it just went away between random driver installs (+ a DDU run but no task scheduler tinkering).
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I have filed a feature suggestion to MS Feedback Hub for adding a 'audio-only display output' feature to Windows (could be useful for HTPCs). Here's the link if anyone is interested: https://aka.ms/AA5emb3
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no one cares? that's very disappointing...
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Yeah, everyone jump into the Feedback Hub and upvote it.
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I upvoted it. I just think MS won't care. I've been through this with them already for a different kind of issue. Even when they did eventually add the feature I was looking for, it was for something completely different but they closed my issue and merged it with the other one anyway. So...good luck I guess?
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Old 24th June 2019, 21:36   #406  |  Link
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Stuttering on RTX

Hi!

Maybe I'm a noob but I still have stuttering on 430.xx drivers my my RTX. For me last working driver is 418.91...

I played with that (https://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php...&postcount=151) for hours without any success (not sure also to have understood the purpose of the attached files with Nvidia inspectorů).

I'm the only guy who still have this issue?
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Old 24th June 2019, 23:06   #407  |  Link
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I have filed a feature suggestion to MS Feedback Hub for adding a 'audio-only display output' feature to Windows (could be useful for HTPCs). Here's the link if anyone is interested: https://aka.ms/AA5emb3
Thanks. I was thinking about filing a "phantom display" request but I figured it would be pointless (some generic tech support guy would simply tell me it's either impossible or non-standard/compliant, whatever - with no way to argue about it any further).

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Hi!

Maybe I'm a noob but I still have stuttering on 430.xx drivers my my RTX. For me last working driver is 418.91...
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Finally got my 2070 back today. nVidia replaced it with a shiny new one. Thanks, nVidia!! Anyway, I had to reinstall Windows 10 several times while troubleshooting the card. Now that I have the card back, I pulled the 1060 and dropped the 2070 in there without even doing a driver reinstall. No stuttering at all. However, what i DID do after my last Windows reinstall with the 1060 is replace the DCH driver with the standard driver. On a clean Windows install this is somewhat of a pain in the ass. My anecdotal non-scientific could be total nonsense evidence seems to point to the DCH driver as being the culprit in this case. I manually set Power and Vertical Sync to adaptive as my two settings changes. I've NO idea if this will help you, but, it's all I got. If you want to know the nightmarish kind of process used to whack the DCH driver and replace it with standard, see here:

https://www.techpowerup.com/250415/p...-how-to-fix-it

Good luck if you do go down this path. I'd be curious what your results are because as I said, I don't have the stuttering and this is what I did.
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