Tuesday, February 15th 2022

TechPowerUp Releases NVCleanstall v1.13.0

TechPowerUp today released the latest update to NVCleanstall, a lightweight utility that lets you take far greater control over your NVIDIA GeForce graphics driver installation than what NVIDIA's installer allows; letting you toggle several under-the-hood features that you potentially might not need. The latest version 1.13.0 adds several new features and improves the interface. For starters, we've now added the ability to fetch and install NVIDIA GeForce Studio drivers, should you choose those over the regular Game-Ready drivers. The interface now fetches driver versions to the opening page much quicker, and uses less bandwidth to do so. Download performance is improved by splitting them into smaller chunks that can be cached and downloaded at higher speeds.

With this release, NVCleanstall also remembers your choices in the Tweaks page from your previous use. More recent versions of NVIDIA GeForce drivers, including DCH, packs the NVIDIA Control Panel, and so the "Install DCH Control Panel" option doesn't show for these newer versions. We've also touched up the driver package descriptions to be more informative. If you already have DLSS Indicator enabled on your machine, NVCleanstall leaves it enabled in the Tweaks page, and can be unchecked from there. Grab NVCleanstall from the link below.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp NVCleanstall 1.13.0
The change-log follows.

  • Fetching the driver versions on the first page is now much faster and consumes less bandwidth
  • Downloads are now split into smaller chunks, so they can be cached and downloaded at higher speed
  • Added support for NVIDIA Studio drivers
  • Choices made on the Tweaks page will be saved and can be restored with one click on subsequent runs
  • On recent drivers, which include the NVIDIA control panel app, don't show the "Install DCH control panel" option
  • Updated some driver package descriptions
  • If the "DLSS Indicator" is enabled on the running system, pre-check the "Enable DLSS Indicator" checkbox on the Tweaks page
  • The DLSS Indicator can now be turned off by unchecking the checkbox on the Tweaks page
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13 Comments on TechPowerUp Releases NVCleanstall v1.13.0

#1
Cutechri
Stopped using this tool, but nice to see it's still being updated.
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#2
Ferrum Master
The tool really ain't usable if the games use anticheat systems. The signed dll's get treated as tampered.
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#3
Cutechri
Ferrum MasterThe tool really ain't usable if the games use anticheat systems. The signed dll's get treated as tampered.
Never had such issue while I was using it.
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Ferrum Master
CutechriNever had such issue while I was using it.
I had recently problem with easy anticheat. Others are fine.
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#5
Cutechri
Ferrum MasterI had recently problem with easy anticheat. Others are fine.
There is a compatiblity checkmark for EAC... lol
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#7
CallandorWoT
Ferrum MasterI had recently problem with easy anticheat. Others are fine.
you might just be using something else on your computer that is flagging it... do you use rivatuner and then set it to max frame hooking?
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#8
W1zzard
Ferrum MasterThe tool really ain't usable if the games use anticheat systems. The signed dll's get treated as tampered.
This has been fixed a long time ago, some time in summer last year. Been playing lots of EAC titles without issue, Lost Ark this week
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kapone32
W1zzardThis has been fixed a long time ago, some time in summer last year. Been playing lots of EAC titles without issue, Lost Ark this week
That Game is pretty sweet for a Free to Play. High production values. It took a while getting used to the Eyes until I remembered this is a Korean Game.
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#10
W1zzard
kapone32That Game is pretty sweet for a Free to Play. High production values. It took a while getting used to the Eyes until I remembered this is a Korean Game.
It's actually way too easy and will put your brain into autopilot mode. Mount, pick up quest, go to quest area, kill, kill, run back, next quest. Already bored with it at level 25. Endgame might get better, but not sure if I have the time for the grind
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CallandorWoT
W1zzardIt's actually way too easy and will put your brain into autopilot mode. Mount, pick up quest, go to quest area, kill, kill, run back, next quest. Already bored with it at level 25. Endgame might get better, but not sure if I have the time for the grind
I got bored at level 12, it has a lot of good things going for it, but missing that undefinable spark that some games simply have innately. Yes, I have no idea what I mean by this, but I know it exists. LOL
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#12
Verpal
W1zzardIt's actually way too easy and will put your brain into autopilot mode. Mount, pick up quest, go to quest area, kill, kill, run back, next quest. Already bored with it at level 25. Endgame might get better, but not sure if I have the time for the grind
End game is fun... if you set your expectation right, the gear score had to be grinded hard, with alts feeding material back, espacially if you are in F2P, and if you don't have enough gear score it is very hard to find a group to clear raid.
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#13
Mussels
Freshwater Moderator
Damn that was quick, i saw the thread about the studio drivers getting attention yesterday and here it is
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