NVIDIA Fixes Some Big Bugs In Its Latest Drivers

There’s been copiousness of hum around NVIDIA of late, and with good reason: a GTX 1080 and 1070 are damn excellent cards if we don’t mind profitable a price. But all that hum has helped paper over a tiny emanate with their drivers, that haven’t been as stone plain as usual.

It’s resulted in some frustrating stuttering in The Division, issues with Total War: Warhammer, and many recently thermal throttling with anxiety versions of a GTX 1080. But according to a latest patch notes, all of those problems have finally been corrected.

The latest drivers, numbered 368.39, are accessible now by GeForce Experience or NVIDIA’s website. Perhaps a biggest repair is for a gift that resulted in fans on a GTX 1080 Founders Edition cards spinning adult and down fast regardless of heat or energy usage.

Total War: Warhammer fans will also be gratified with a latest drivers, as NVIDIA says they’ve finally been means to mislay stuttering issues with a game. They haven’t gotten around to implementing SLI support mind you, that is a bit of a bugger for people like yours truly perplexing to wand off a GPU ascent for another month or so.

Here’s a categorical list of improvements:

Windows 10 Fixed Issues
[368.25] GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition cards spin fan adult and down rapidly.
Eliminate stuttering in Total War: WARHAMMER.
[368.22] X-Legend Entertainment reports that Laplace fails to launch.
[368.22] Stutter occurs during full-screen playback of YouTube videos in Edge browser.
[365.10] Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches to a white screen.
System hangs during transition from guard nap to complement sleep.
[SLI, 364.72] Tom Clancy’s The Division stutters after 20–30 minutes.

Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7 Fixed Issues
Eliminate stuttering in Total War: WARHAMMER.
WarThunder 3D Vision rating lowered.

Funnily enough, it’s still endorsed that we don’t capacitate V-Sync in Total Warhammer — since according to NVIDIA, you’re expected to see depraved visuals if we do. Street Fighter 5 still has a uncanny opening strike personification during 4K if you’ve got SLI enabled as well, something that seems like it’s never going to be bound during this point.

I’ve also mislaid count of a volume of times that stuttering in The Division has presumably been fixed, so hopefully this is a final time Tom Clancy appears in NVIDIA patch records for a while.

For those who took a thrust on a Founders Edition label and were propitious adequate to accept ones, how are we anticipating it so far?


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