The hard-working folk over at the Nvidia driver laboratories have just unleashed GeForce Game Ready driver version 391.24 WHQL on the world.
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Nvidia’s latest GeForce drivers offer an optimised experience for Rare and Microsoft’s gallivanting pirate adventure, Sea of Thieves. Also a few more post-processing filters have been added to the Nvidia Freestyle roster, Old Film and Tilt-Shift, for users that want a true old-timey swashbuckling experience.
Nvidia have also implemented a fix for some reported issues in the Freestyle software that prevented some users from utilising the software in supported titles. There’s also a fix for frame rate drops or stuttering users may have previously experienced with their G-Sync monitors when alt-tabbing out of a game.
Sea of Thieves
- HTC Vive or Oculus Rift stops working after several launches of the application or after resume from system Hibernate mode.
- NVIDIA Freestyle not enabled for supported games.
- When launching a video in Media Player Classic, the system stutters momentarily.
- Alt-tabbing windowed games with G-SYNC enabled and V-Sync ON in-game causes stuttering and drop in frame rate.
- Driver TDR error may occur when using Firefox.
- Blue-screen crash may occur when installing the driver on a Surface laptop.
- The display flickers continuously after disabling and enabling a Volta-based GPU using Device Manager, or when rebooting the system.
- Flickering/corruption occurs when opening Rise of the Tomb Raider’s in-game options UI with a GTX 1060.
- G-Sync displays may go blank when switching between different overclocked memory clocks multiple times on a Titan V.
- There is no display output when connecting the DisplayPort and two DVI monitors on SLI GTX 780 Ti.
- The OS fails after installing a Kepler-based Titan on a Threadripper-enabled motherboard.
- Blue-screen crash may occur while playing Gears of War 4 with Pascal-based graphics cards.
- DOOM crashes due to the driver reverting to OpenGL 1.1 when HDR is enabled on a GTX 1080 Ti.