New Nvidia Driver, Optimized For World of Warcraft Legion and Battlefield 1 Beta, Is Now Out

It’s a pretty good update all around.

Posted By | On 31st, Aug. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


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PC gamers- you may want to go ahead and download the newest Nvidia drivers if you own an Nvidia GPU, especially if you’re playing either World of Warcraft: Legion or the Battlefield 1 alpha (and since these are the two most popular games on PC at the moment, it is a good bet that you are).

The new GeForce Game Ready 372.70 driver is out now, and it is optimized for the Battlefield 1 open beta, Quantum Break’s Steam launch, and for World of Warcraft: Legion, the newest expansion in Blizzard’s long running MMORPG. Nvidia have not noted what the exact improvements are per game, stating only that the driver is ‘optimized’ for these titles.

It also includes a fix for a graphical bug in the PC version of Fallout 4, as well as Fast Sync for Maxwell GPUs, and Extended, Clone, and Surround multi-monitor configurations. The driver also includes a fix for multi GPU systems, so it’s a good update all around. You can download it here.


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  • Arch Stanton

    Nice, it also breaks Ambient Occlusion and other things in Fallout 4.
    Get with the program NVidia.
    BTW, GForce Experience is a waste of time and does nothing to help your system.
    Drivers, Physics and HDMI Audio.

    What I WOULD like to see is NVidia have a software switch that would disable all automatic screen resizing whether I turn off my monitor or not, no matter what software I run.

    I set my system to 1080p I want it to STAY at 1080p
    Stop trying to make me happy by interpreting what I might want and stay at what setting I tell you to.

    All this Star Trek 21st century automation crap.
    I can open my own door thank you.


 

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