Tuesday, September 22nd 2015

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 355.98 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

NVIDIA released its latest "Game Ready" driver. The new GeForce 355.98 WHQL comes ready for "Killing Floor 2." This includes optimization, SLI profiles, and optimal GeForce Experience settings. Killing Floor 2 takes advantage of PhysX Flex to render "realistic" gore (blood, guts) effects in the 6-player cooperative shooter. The rest of the driver's change-log is built on the previous R355 drivers.
DOWNLOAD: GeForce 355.98 WHQL for Windows 10 64-bit | Windows 10 32-bit | Windows 7/8 64-bit | Windows 7/8 32-bit
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15 Comments on NVIDIA Releases GeForce 355.98 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

#1
Lionheart
HELL YES!!!

Thank you I was hoping for a driver update for KF2 :rockout:

Dosh! Grab it while it's hot! :pimp:
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
took them long enough.
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#3
DaedalusHelios
I thought it performed fine before the driver update but it is always nice to see improvements. :)
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
DaedalusHelios, post: 3348340, member: 49391"
I thought it performed fine before the driver update but it is always nice to see improvements. :)
There was no sli profile, you had to edit an existing profile (one for batman arkham asylum) to get sli somewhat working and even then there was a lot of pop ins and texture flickering. Imo they should have had an sli profile out within 2 weeks of the beta going live
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#5
DaedalusHelios
FreedomEclipse, post: 3348346, member: 38411"
There was no sli profile, you had to edit an existing profile (one for batman arkham asylum) to get sli somewhat working and even then there was a lot of pop ins and texture flickering. Imo they should have had an sli profile out within 2 weeks of the beta going live
Wow, I didn't know I was playing with only one card. Thanks for the info.
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
DaedalusHelios, post: 3348348, member: 49391"
Wow, I didn't know I was playing with only one card. Thanks for the info.
Thats why i use msi afterburner. I have the OSD up and can see how much of my GPU and CPU power is being used as well as useful things like fps, temps etc etc

If a game isn't scaling correctly. I sure as hell will know within the first 10 seconds
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#7
Aretak
FreedomEclipse, post: 3348346, member: 38411"
There was no sli profile, you had to edit an existing profile (one for batman arkham asylum) to get sli somewhat working and even then there was a lot of pop ins and texture flickering. Imo they should have had an sli profile out within 2 weeks of the beta going live
The release notes for this driver say that no new SLI profiles were added though.

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#8
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Aretak, post: 3348377, member: 156058"
The release notes for this driver say that no new SLI profiles were added though.


Probably just 'optimised' the existing profile which was blank begin with. I'll install these drivers later anyway
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#11
xorbe
Tsukiyomi91, post: 3348465, member: 129086"
gonna get this driver later.
Hurry before they run out!
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#13
xorbe
Tsukiyomi91, post: 3349902, member: 129086"
got it & installed. xD
btw, I reverted to 355.82, as I got gaming TDRs with this driver.
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#14
R-T-B
Not getting any TDRs here.
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#15
Tsukiyomi91
summary on this driver after a few days of use... It's stable, didn't get any TDR on all 4 systems. Wouldn't say it's sheer luck though...
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