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Karlston posted a topic in Guides & TutorialsNV Updater is a tool to customize Nvidia driver installations NV Updater is a free software program for Microsoft Windows devices that assists administrators when it comes to the installation of Nvidia graphics drivers. Nvidia graphics driver install the driver for the video card but also additional components. Some of them may be useful, others, e.g. Telemetry, not so much for the user. It is our recommendation to only install the components that you require, e.g. only the Nvidia driver, and to uninstall previous versions and components before installing new versions.
new nvidia v331.93 beta graphics driver's! get yours today while they are hot :lol: http://www.geforce.com/drivers Changelog: Release Summary This new 331.93 Beta driver provides an updated SLI profile for Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and ensures maximum performance and system stability across all titles. In addition, the 331.93 Beta driver is bundled with GeForce Experience v1.7.1 which includes support for two highly-anticipated new technologies. NVIDIA GameStream™ provides end users with the ability to stream PC games from their GeForce GTX-equipped PC directly to a SHIELD device. This u
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsNew Nvidia driver update cuts latency down to the bone (Updated) Eliminating queued frames lowers lag by "up to 33 percent." Enlarge / You don't need an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super for this update, thankfully. In the world of high-end gaming graphics cards, improvements in benchmarks like frame rate, resolution, and sharpness dominate much of the discussion. But a new driver update for Nvidia cards today also includes an important improvement that could help reduce the latency between when a player enters their input and when they see the results
steven36 posted a topic in Software NewsGraphics driver development moves briskly, always adding some level of uplifted performance, bug fixes or crucially, support for newer graphics cards like Nvidia's RTX 2000 series. This makes using "stable" distros like Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (Long-Term Support) a bit of a mixed bag for certain users. Thankfully, Ubuntu has clearly been listening to community and critical feedback over the past several months and is making a sweeping change to the way it handles updating the Nvidia proprietary driver in its LTS versions. The Linux Experiment dropped the news on YouTube, re