Nvidia GeForce 365.10 driver is ready for Forza Apex and Overwatch

Nvidia released the GeForce 265.10 WHQL game-ready drivers for upcoming titles Forza Motorsport 6, Overwatch: Open Beta, Paragon beta and Battleborn. This driver came right on time seeing that Forza Apex’s open BETA will be open this Thursday.

The driver supports graphic cards as old as the GeForce 400 series all the way to the currently available GeForce 900 series. What’s interesting is that Nvidia pointed out Quantum Breaks’ issue on Windows 10 that was later identified as its memory management issue once the higher in-game settings are used.

This driver also brings full Oculus Rift VR headset support (including optimizations and enhancements) for EVE: Valkyrie, Chronos, Elite Dangerous and latest support for Nvidia VRWorks. Other features are the support for Vulkan 3D API, added Dynamic Super Resolution for SLI setups with G-Sync monitors, power-saving options where the driver puts the graphic card in OFF state with VRAM in a self-refresh mode when the monitor is blank or inactive, but only for Windows 10.

Those who use Nvidia ShadowPlay should note that the green team assured improve fluidity for DX 12 and under SLI.

Nvidia also pointed out a set of issues these drivers with certain games, a benchmark and certain setups. The issues associated with Windows 10 are as follows:

Rest of the open issue list can be accessed from the driver’s release notes.

The GeForce 365.10 drivers support 32-bit and 64-bit variants of Microsoft OS from Vista to Windows 10. They can be downloaded from here.

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