Nvidia driver support request

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cyborgen
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Postby cyborgen » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:05 pm

Just sent in mine telling them that I was surprised P3D wasn't on the list since it's probably one of the more graphics intensive software... if not the most when all sliders are maxed ;)

Would be nice to see P3D benchmark performance from one card to the next !

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Postby Kosta » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:20 pm

McMaster,
Are you pretty sure or are you sure? Because I can find nothing of relevance, and since a simple search won't do, it's simply not "visible" enough, know what I mean?
Besides, you are the only one here with a negative vibe about it. How about just sending the feedback in and be done with it?

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Postby Mazo43 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:48 pm

I have already been doing just this with the last 3 or 4 driver updates. Remaining polite is important, IMHO.

Can't hurt and just may help -- we'll see.


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Postby pmb » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:12 pm

I have reported this before via Geforce Experience, too. The result is well-known. Despite, I think it is important to continue reminding Nvidia. And as always, I agree to Lyn a polite request should be more helpful than a rant.

Kind regards, Michael

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Postby alexplgr » Tue Mar 03, 2015 8:53 am

Done!
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Postby McMaster » Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:37 am

Kosta, I never said that I feel negative about this. All I did was to inform you why "killing simulators" get the priority from the NVIDIA driver team.

And apparently, you're not looking enough: http://forum.avsim.net/topic/455404-prepar3d-sli-support-i-have-a-dream-let-our-voice-be-heard/

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Postby Kosta » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:21 pm

McMaster, you are correct, I didn't find this one, although I searched for couple of tags. Maybe such posts should be pinned?

We are just too niche market. But maybe, just maybe shouting a little will make them move. Hope dies last.

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Postby McMaster » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:27 pm

Did you use the forum's search action? I used Google and found the thread immediately.

I agree that shouting might make them do something about the matter, but we should always remember to be polite else they will not take us seriously.

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Postby Kosta » Tue Mar 03, 2015 12:29 pm

Indeed, I used the forum search function only.

I was as polite as it gets.

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Postby Psybear » Tue Mar 03, 2015 1:20 pm

The squeaky wheel gets the oil.
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Postby Rob Ainscough » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:36 pm

JchnoTech,

I removed your comment that appears to be related to EULA. If you have questions about LM's EULA and usage, those can be answered here:

http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/topic/we-will-not-be-answering-what-license-should-i-buy-questions-on-these-forums-4/

Back on topic with nVidia driver profiles ... there have been several nVidia feedback threads and I encourage you all to continue sending them. A polite and well drafted
request is far more likely to be considered than a request making demands. Make your case something nVidia would want to embrace to further the diversity and media exposure of their hardware. Beat the Goat without actually mentioning the Goat ... list everything positive, don't compare, maybe even point to a demonstration video or screenshot showing the potential ... some stunning visuals from P3D might add the lure needed to get a profile.

777 San Francisco

Cheers, Rob.
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Postby Mister J » Wed Mar 04, 2015 3:48 am

Rob, not good you remove my opinion. i'm home user, i'm legal customer but in old thread in an old thread I was told that it is not a user or professional student was not their interest to continue the discussion. So with regret I can not be of help as a tester and as a postman on feedback nvidia.
Again deleting the post once again demonstrated the lack of interest from customers who are the ones who make home tester contributing to development.
you can also delete it again this post but you should put a brake and respect in the true sense of the word interested customers and users of the product. are people and they spent their money
i'm happy to spend that money, i love test new sim, i have take big number of new HOME users and business user around p3d v2. but respect all customers, thanks you

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Postby rick66 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:13 am

If anyone want`s to email the Nvidia Driver team directly here is the address, email driverfeedbackatnvidia.com

Rick

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Postby Rob Ainscough » Wed Mar 04, 2015 11:09 am

JchnoTech,

Your posts are extremely difficult to understand. This thread is about providing feedback to nVidia in the hope of getting a profile specific to P3D. It is not about "but in old thread in an old thread" nor is it about "professional student" nor is it about "home user". Your post was removed because it appeared to be:

1. Off topic
2. About the EULA
3. Testing?

Again, this topic is about nVidia feedback. If you have some other issue then I'd recommend you start a new thread in the appropriate forum relating to your issue.

Cheers, Rob.
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Postby Mister J » Wed Mar 04, 2015 11:33 am

no, is not about "question" of eula. My english is bad, when the message is big, then is difficult to explain good. sorry for that.
Kosta Yesterday request at all users to send feedback at nvidia.

my opinion is negative about that.

The motivation is in old experience with LM supporter in LM forum. I'm home user and based on this reason have been denigrated to my question in old thread.
I'm really sorry of that experience.

If LM not like to have me then why would I need to give help to LM? If LM declare interessed at modest users as me then i help LM. Only that is.
( in any case i have partecipate at the feedbacks to nvidia... )




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