Thursday, May 26th 2016

NVIDIA Releases First WHQL-signed GTX 1080 Driver

NVIDIA posted its first official driver for the GeForce GTX 1080, ahead of its retail availability from tomorrow (27/05). The new GeForce 368.25 WHQL appears to have the same feature-set and change-log as the GeForce 368.22 WHQL posted earlier this week, with the notable exception of supporting just the GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. It should come handy for some of the earliest adopters of the retail GTX 1080 cards. Download the driver from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 368.25 WHQL for GeForce GTX 1080
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4 Comments on NVIDIA Releases First WHQL-signed GTX 1080 Driver

#1
TheDeeGee
Now where do i download my 1080?!?
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#2
Fluffmeister
Tomorrow presumably. ^

Anyway tried enabling Fast sync on my beloved Day of Defeat Source as per @TheHunter suggestion in the 368.22 thread and it works great, the obvious tearing is clearly gone. :D
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Legacy-ZA
Fluffmeister said:
Tomorrow presumably. ^

Anyway tried enabling Fast sync on my beloved Day of Defeat Source as per @TheHunter suggestion in the 368.22 thread and it works great, the obvious tearing is clearly gone. :D
I can't wait for mine, this too is the technology of the new card I want. :)
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#4
lZKoce
I see a new power option :

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Is this valid for owners of 10-series or ? I will revert back to adaptive - as my old setting. Also does it make a differenc if it is "optimized" for single or multiple-displays ?
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