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[Nvidia] Geforce 417.35 + 417.58 hotfix

Driver download Windows 10 64-bit

Driver download for all other versions/operating systems

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Game Ready
Provides the optimal gaming experience for the release of Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) beta in Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition

New Features
Added support for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Redstone 5)
Added support for GeForce RTX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080/2080 Ti
NVIDIA Control Panel (3D Settings) Added clarification that the Triple Buffering setting is intended for OpenGL only.

Software Module Versions
nView - 149.34
HD Audio Driver - 1.3.38.4
NVIDIA PhysX System Software - 9.18.0907
GeForce Experience - 3.16.0.140
CUDA - 10.0


Added or updated the following SLI profiles
Artifact
Basingstoke
Divinity: Original Sin II
Immortal: Unchained
Jurassic World Evolution
Seven: The Days Long Gone

Fixed Issues in this Release
Updated GFE to 3.16.0.140


Hotfix driver download Windows 7/8/10 64-bit (Updated link, pasted in wrong one.)

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This is GeForce Hotfix driver version 417.xx that addresses the following:

Black screen when resuming from monitor sleep on some DisplayPort monitors
Windows 7: FPS drop when G-sync is used with V-sync in games
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Fixes occasional application crash in DirectX 12 mode
Fixes black screen on BenQ XL2730 monitor using 144Hz refresh rate
Fixes lockup when resuming from sleep on MSI GT83 notebook



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Another day, another driver...

I like nVidia's development pace... but 500+ MB drivers every other week... jeez.

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These updates seem to focus almost exclusively on the RTX cards with marginal improvements for the others so is there any point for the rest of us to update?

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We can thank Final Fantasy XV's DLSS for pushing this driver release.


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Another day, another driver...

I like nVidia's development pace... but 500+ MB drivers every other week... jeez.
2019 is right around the corner. 500MB is nothing

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2019 is right around the corner. 500MB is nothing
You know the longest/ most annoying parts of installing nVidia's drivers is the time it takes to "check system compatibility" (or whatever it's called), then going into Task Scheduler and turning off the 20 tasks that nVidia creates.

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Quote: Originally Posted by umeng2002 View Post
You know the longest/ most annoying parts of installing nVidia's drivers is the time it takes to "check system compatibility" (or whatever it's called), then going into Task Scheduler and turning off the 20 tasks that nVidia creates.
That is why you either use the nvidia slimming tool or just manually remove all that junk before install.

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