Another day, another Nvidia driver release. The Nvidia driver version 391.35 features support for the latest open world shoot em’ up from Ubisoft, Far Cry 5.
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This minimal driver update provides Game Ready support for Far Cry 5, which launched only yesterday. While this expansive title isn’t all that demanding, it’s still worth ensuring you have the latest drivers installed for optimum performance on your hardware.
For more in-depth benchmarking, and to see if your GPU is up to the task, you can check out our Far Cry 5 tech review here.
- Far Cry 5
- GeForce 3D Profile Manager tool can’t import profiles.
- Memory leak occurs leading to poor game performance when using Nvidia Freestyle
- In Diablo III, with V-Sync turned on and SLI enabled, the game freezes after switching windows a few times.
- Notebook drivers may fail to initialise the GPU.
- In Far Cry 5, green flickering occurs in the game when using HDR with non-native resolutions. Nvidia have posted a workaround for this issue, however:
To work around, either quit and then restart the game while in the desired resolution, or press [Alt+tab] away from and then back to the game, or press [Alt+Enter] to switch to windowed mode and then back to full-screen mode.
- With an Nvidia Titan V, G-Sync displays may go blank when switching between different overclocked memory clocks multiple times.
- With GTX 780 Ti graphics cards in SLI, there is no display output when connecting the DisplayPort with two DVI monitors.
- With a Kepler-based Titan, the OS fails after installing the graphics card on a Threadripper-enabled motherboard.
- A BSOD crash may occur while playing Gears of War 4 on any Pascal-based graphics card.
- With a GTX 1080 Ti, DOOM crashes due to the driver reverting to OpenGL 1.1 when HDR is enabled.