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Nvidia release new HotFix driver to fix low memory clock speed issues

Nvidia release new HotFix driver to fix low memory clock speed issues

Nvidia release new HotFix driver to fix low memory clock issues

Nvidia release new HotFix driver to fix low memory clock issues

 
 

Nvidia has released a new HotFix driver to fix the low memory clock speed issues present in their recently released Geforce 375.86 Game Ready drivers. These issues affected users of factory overclocked Pascal GPUs, which means that most Pascal owners should upgrade to this new driver.  

This new driver is numbered 375.95 and is now available to download for both Windows 10 and Windows 7/8.1. At this time full release notes for this driver have not been released. 

  

Nvidia release new HotFix driver to fix low memory clock issues

 

Nvidia's new Geforce 375.95 driver is available to download here.   

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's new Geforce 375.95 hotfix driver on the OC3D Forums.

  

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17-11-2016, 17:14:00

rafaeldamasceno
Is it just me, or is the Windows 10 (64-bit) hotfix corrupted?Quote

17-11-2016, 18:50:22

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by rafaeldamasceno View Post
Is it just me, or is the Windows 10 (64-bit) hotfix corrupted?
According to an admin ManuelGuzman on the Nvidia forums -

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We just posted the driver. Might take a few more minutes for the cache to clear in certain regions. Try again in a few minutes.
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17-11-2016, 19:03:14

rafaeldamasceno
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
According to an admin ManuelGuzman on the Nvidia forums -
I eventually saw that! Thanks for the heads up. For anyone having trouble, try downloading from the UK NVIDIA mirror instead of the international one.Quote

18-11-2016, 05:35:46

Kushiro
Haha, speak of the devil.Quote

18-11-2016, 23:50:32

Dicehunter
This driver after some testing has messed up DSR.

Apparently setting 4K in a game using DSR actually sets it to a tiny amount above your monitors native rez, Nvidia apparently think 4K is 2572x1452.Quote
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