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Nvidia Release 368.22 Game Ready Driver for Overwatch

Nvidia Release 368.22 Game Ready Driver for Overwatch

Nvidia Release 368.22 Game Ready Driver for Overwatch

Nvidia Release 368.22 Game Ready Driver for Overwatch

 

Nvidia has released their new 368.22 Game Ready WHQL Driver for Overwatch, War Thunder and World of Tanks. 

 

 

Version 368.22 WHQL Highlights

Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix possible makes it into the Game Ready driver. As a result, you can be sure you’ll have the best day-1 gaming experience for your favorite new titles.


Game Ready
Learn more about how to get the optimal experience for OverwatchWorld of Tanks, and War Thunder

Application SLI Profiles

No SLI profiles were added with this version.

3D Vision Profiles

No 3D Vision profiles were added with this version.

3D Compatibility Mode Profiles

No compatibility mode profiles were added with this version.

Software Module Versions

• NView - 147.00
• HD Audio Driver - 1.3.34.14
• NVIDIA PhysX System Software - 9.16.0318
• GeForce Experience - 2.11.3.5 • CUDA - 8.0 Fixed Issues

 

Limitations in This Release

The following are features that are not currently supported or have limited support in this driver release:

? Crescent Bay and OSVR Headsets on Multiple GPU Systems With R367 and future NVIDIA drivers, Crescent Bay and Open Source Virtual Reality development kit headsets will not work with VRWorks Direct Mode in systems that contain GPUs from multiple vendors (e.g. NVIDIA and Intel). For such systems, please disable the Intel integrated graphics (from the system BIOS) in order to use Direct Mode.
? Issues Being Resolved with Total War: Warhammer NVIDIA is working closely with Creative Assembly to resolve issues discovered in Total War: Warhammer during testing. To ensure the best possible experience, update to new drivers as they're released and download the latest game updates. 

 

You can download Nvidia's Geforce 368.22 WHQL driver here and read its release notes here. 

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's Geforce 368.22 Game Ready Drivers on the OC3D Forums

 

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23-05-2016, 12:07:15

SuB
FYI : "Nvidia has also moved Geforce GTX 700 and 600 series GPU to legacy driver support."

This happened *ages* agoQuote

23-05-2016, 12:24:41

NeverBackDown
Limitations for TWW on launch? This would certainly backup the DX12 performance deficit they have I posted yesterday in the game.Quote

23-05-2016, 12:37:28

Scoob
What does this "Legacy Driver Support" thing actually mean? Sure, I have to download much older drivers for my ancient GTX 275 for example - current drivers are not compatible. However, the driver I download for my GTX 680's (368.22) are the exact some ones used for my friends GTX 970's.

So, I download ONE installer, yet it updates both my system and my friends system to 368.22, yet I run 680's he runs 970's. Basically the "legacy" driver I need, is still bundled in the main download it seems.

Previously, when something went "Legacy" like my GTX 275, support would stop at a given driver version, which was 341.92 for the GTX 275, newer drivers won't install on that PC.

Note: My PC with the ancient GTX 275, the one with the 680's and my friends with the 970's are all on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit.

I assume by "Legacy" they simply mean no tweaks for older GPU's? A perfectly valid driver is still present in the WHQL package after all.

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23-05-2016, 12:38:51

NeverBackDown
I think it just means no additional features. Probably just updated game support and if lucky SLI profiles. But no performance improvements I'd guessQuote

23-05-2016, 12:43:39

Scoob
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I think it just means no additional features. Probably just updated game support and if lucky SLI profiles. But no performance improvements I'd guess
That's certainly my take on it, though I guess 5, 6 & 700 series cards will slowly drop out of the current releases all together, as my old GTX 275 has. Not a problem of course, in fact I'm surprised NV don't have a different driver for each series really, though I suspect the current method is far easier for them to maintain.

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