Posts Tagged ‘Nvidia video drivers

If you are mining crypto currencies under Windows as operating system, then you have probably reached to a state when you have to clean up the mess created by a older or newer version of a video driver more than once already. Having to boot into Safe Mode and manually clean up the mess, hoping that everything will work fine again once more after you reinstall the video driver. There is a very useful and quite handy tool available that can help you do that with just a click of a button and save you some trouble and headaches. The software is called Display Driver Uninstaller and is absolutely free, so the next time when you have to play with video drivers you can give it a try if you still haven’t used it. With that said, the DDU software is useful not only for GPU miners, but also for regular users that may experience video drivers messing up. Issues with video drivers like some cards running an older while others are on newer version for example do happen more often on GPU mining rigs where you normally have six video cards than on a regular computer with just one.

To download and try the latest Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) version…


Nvidia has just released new GeForce video drivers version 335.23 WHQL that removes the limit of +135 MHz maximum overclock for the GPU that was previously available on all GTX 750 Ti video cards. This allows or more serious overclock of the GPU and thus for increased performance in terms of hashrate if your GTX 750 Ti video card is able to handle the extra overclock of the GPU. We have already tried the new driver on our reference design GeForce GTX 750 Ti board and MSI Afterburner now allows us to go to up to +1000 MHz on the GPU unlike being limited to maximum +135 MHz with the older drivers. The maximum we were able to get our card working stable at was +175 MHz on the GPU that has allowed us to squeeze a few more KHS out of the video card. Note that we have the video card flashed with modified BIOS with increased power target limit, if you do not modify the video BIOS even if you set he GPU frequency higher you might not be able to get your hashrate increased due to reaching the power target limit.

To download and try the new Nvidia GeForce video drivers version 335.23 WHQL…