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Game Ready
  • Provides the optimal experience for Forza Horizon 3.


New Features
  • This version of the driver adds security updates for driver components.


Added or updated the following SLI profiles:
  • ARK - added SLI profile

3D Vision Profiles
  • No 3D Vision profiles were added with this version.

3D Compatibility Mode Profiles
  • No compatibility mode profiles were added with this version.

Windows 10 Fixed Issues:
  •  [SLI, GeForce GTX TITAN] The Mirror's Edge Catalyst Intensity slider is shown as grayed out after filter type is changed to None from Custom. [200231735]
  •  [Start Wars the Old Republic] There is flickering in the game. [1802553]
  •  [Rise of the Tomb Raider] The game crashes after extended gameplay. [1808730]
  •  [NVIDIA G-Sync] Games lag when played in windowed mode with G-Sync enabled.[1803083]
  •  [NVIDIA G-Sync][World of Warcraft] Screen tearing occurs in the game when ingame V-Sync is enabled. [1808054]
  •  [GeForce GTX 1080][HTC Vive] The GPU is not lighting the headset when connected over the DisplayPort. [1785993]
  •  [NVIDIA Ansel] Ansel to be enabled by default in the driver for white-listed games.[1787964]

Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7 Fixed Issues:
  •  [SLI, UEFI] Event Viewer error 14 points to nvlddmkm when the system is rebooted.[1309257]
  •  [NVIDIA Ansel] Ansel to be enabled by default in the driver for white-listed games.[1787964]

Software Module Versions
 • NView - 148.03
 • HD Audio Driver - 1.3.34.15
 • NVIDIA PhysX System Software - 9.16.0318
 • GeForce Experience - 2.11.4.0
 • CUDA - 8.0

 

 

 

Windows 10
  64-bit
  32-bit
       Windows 7 & 8.1
  64-bit
  32-bit

 

 

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