Question Gpu boost doesn't work on standard drivers!

Jul 29, 2019
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Hi there, i have Quadro k3000m in hp8770w with modded bios to 1Ghz clock speed but it works with DCH/QNF drivers only.
with standard /ODE drivers it doesn't work! new drivers have better security and more bug fixes as i think!
screenshots!
with DCH /QNF



with standard/ODE



any help or replacing some files from DCH drivers in standard?
 
That's a bit weird, IMO. I've never seen a lower boost clock with any driver whatsoever. This seems like a coding bug, or some compatibility issue, though I'm just making a guess.

Did you actually install BOTH the drivers at the same time ? Because, DCH drivers cannot be installed over Standard Drivers, and Standard Drivers cannot be installed over DCH Drivers. The choice must be made after a cleaning via DDU.

Are you having a prebuilt OEM system ? If YES, then you need to only install the DCH version, NOT standard.
 
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That's a bit weird, IMO. I've never seen a lower boost clock with any driver whatsoever. This seems like a coding bug, or some compatibility issue, though I'm just making a guess.

Did you actually install BOTH the drivers at the same time ? Because, DCH drivers cannot be installed over Standard Drivers, and Standard Drivers cannot be installed over DCH Drivers. The choice must be made after a cleaning via DDU.

Are you having a prebuilt OEM system ? If YES, then you need to only install the DCH version, NOT standard.
Well i used ddu to uninstall DCH and install standard 1. And it's hp 8770w by hp, sounds like oem!
What's a matter if it's oem?
 
What's a matter if it's oem?
Actually, the problem is that DCH is the only recommended driver for OEMs, as stated by both MS and NVIDIA, if I'm not mistaken.

DCH (Declarative Componentized Hardware supported apps) drivers are actually a new Windows 10 driver package preinstalled by OEMS implementing the Microsoft Universal Driver paradigm. While the base core component files remain the same, the way DCH drivers are packaged differs from previous Legacy (Standard) drivers.

More info on MS's official website for these driver types:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/develop/getting-started-with-universal-drivers
 
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Jul 29, 2019
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Actually, the problem is that DCH is the only recommended driver for OEMs, as stated by both MS and NVIDIA, if I'm not mistaken.

DCH (Declarative Componentized Hardware supported apps) drivers are actually a new Windows 10 driver package preinstalled by OEMS implementing the Microsoft Universal Driver paradigm. While the base core component files remain the same, the way DCH drivers are packaged differs from previous Legacy (Standard) drivers.

More info on MS's official website for these driver types:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/develop/getting-started-with-universal-drivers
thx!
 

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