Monday, December 5th 2016

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 376.19 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

NVIDIA has today released their latest GeForce Game Ready drivers, in the form of the 376.19 WHQL release. The new drivers boast support for Oculus Touch launch titles, such as Crytek's "The Climb", Oculus Studios' "Oculus First Contact", Insomniac's "The Unspoken", The Stork Burnt Down's "Home Improvisation: Furniture Sandbox" for all your furbishing-related needs and IKEA doctorate, as well as Escalation Studios' "Please, Don't Touch Anything", along with an estimated 345 other Oculus Touch launch games (in reality, closer to 49 others;I admit, I picked some of the most interesting names). Also, remember that article about the VR bubble bursting?)

Lacking are any additional SLI profiles, though there are some resolved issues specifically on Windows 10: an issue where No Man's Sky with the Foundation Update (1.10) would display severe texture corruption with SLI enabled, G-SYNC flickering issues on notebooks, as well as a notebook G-SYNC pendulum demo issue. For those of you using 3D Vision, there are some updates on that field as well, with four new profiles for Dead Rising 4, Mars 2030, Serious Sam and SuperHot. You can grab the drivers from the NVIDIA page, right here on TPU. Just check the links below the images.

DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 376.19 WHQL for Windows 10 64-bit | Windows 10 32-bit | Windows 8/7/Vista 64-bit | Windows 8/7/Vista 32-bit
Source: Thanks qubit!
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13 Comments on NVIDIA Releases GeForce 376.19 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

#1
Fluffmeister
Whether it's a fad or not, you are always guaranteed great support from those meanies @ nVidia.
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#2
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Yer welcome and I've already updated my driver. :D
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#3
slozomby
the best advice if you're currently happy with performance is screen number 4
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#4
TheGuruStud
G sync flickering on notebooks...hmmmm. Could that be BECAUSE IT'S NOT GSYNC BUT ADAPTIVE SYNC?!

Tons falling for it, though.
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#5
R-T-B
slozombythe best advice if you're currently happy with performance is screen number 4
But I thought I was always guaranteed great support by nvidia, just above?
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#6
slozomby
R-T-BBut I thought I was always guaranteed great support by nvidia, just above?
both NVidia and ATI seem to be unable to put out a decent set of new drivers.
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#7
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
TheGuruStudG sync flickering on notebooks...hmmmm. Could that be BECAUSE IT'S NOT GSYNC BUT ADAPTIVE SYNC?!

Tons falling for it, though.
What? G-Sync is NVIDIA's version of the generic adaptive sync. The driver just fixes some bugs related to it.
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#8
Ferrum Master
qubitWhat? G-Sync is NVIDIA's version of the generic adaptive sync. The driver just fixes some bugs related to it.
What? I guess you are just making fun.
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#10
R-T-B
slozombyboth NVidia and ATI seem to be unable to put out a decent set of new drivers.
My point, actaully. Post was sarcasm to the very idea. ;)
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#11
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
qubitYer welcome and I've already updated my driver.
With wild abandon, I see! :D

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#12
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
rtwjunkieWith wild abandon, I see! :D

Oh, absolutely! :D
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#13
Melvis
Im getting BSOD's and poor performance with these drivers and the latest update in DOOM sadly (GTX 670)
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