This was very noticeable in a mission I was working on with an IED in it. The explosion was completely silent so at first I thought my sound was muted, then I replayed the mission in third-person view and the sound played normally and was quite loud like I wanted. It's very annoying in the sense that you're immediately taken out of the game in regards to immersion.
May 10 2016
This is definitely happening with the latest drivers again, with some new artifacts such as thick white lines that stretch a few feet from a character's chest when wearing standard NATO vests.
Does anyone know the most recent driver version that didn't have this problem?
It seems like our only solution at this point is to roll back our drivers until a new one is released that doesn't have these issues.
I just tried out the game again yesterday and today, and for me, all of the shadow artifacts are gone. I tested it with all vehicles, a ton of infantry, I can't find any of them anywhere now.
I'm still using the same GTX 750 ti, with NVIDIA GeForce Experience, with drivers updated to 344.75
Yeah, I know the feeling. It's like pulling teeth trying to get a response from anyone on the GeForce forums.
I think it's pretty safe to say at this point that this issue isn't going to be fixed, based on the lack of any response on either side of the issue. It's understandable, I suppose, considering the small amount of people affected by it.
The thing is, it IS happening to everyone. At least everyone who has a GTX 750 ti. Until I see someone who has one that DOESN'T have this problem (which I haven't) then I will continue to believe anyone who owns this card has the exact same issue.
@Goomer, Well, when you're on a tight budget, I guess you try to be a little more optimistic about what you spend your money on. :)
@Goomer, The GTX 750 ti has better drivers, higher benchmark scores, runs quieter, cooler and it was in my price range after the 6950 completely crapped out.
However, that really isn't the issue here. The problem is that this simply shouldn't be happening to anyone regardless of what video card they use. I'm not sure what side the problem is on, the card or the company, (probably a bit of both) but hopefully it CAN be fixed.
I should also point out that I posted on the NVIDIA forums as well, although I never got a single response from anyone there. I would try to contact NVIDIA directly, but I couldn't find a way to do that.