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Last week, Intel became the first GPU vendor to push out an official driver for Windows 11, beating both AMD and NVIDIA to the punch. Fortunately, NVIDIA wasn't too far behind the curve. This week, it launched the GeForce Game Ready 471.41 WHQL driver for its consumer graphics cards. Tucked away in a forum post about the drivers, an NVIDIA representative confirmed support for Windows 11. "With NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready Driver/Studio Driver branch release 470, we are introducing support for Microsoft Windows 11," wrote NVIDIA support team member Manuel. "If you are a Windows Insider user, we invite you to share your feedback and report your display driver issues with us." Given that Windows 11... Read more...
Earlier this month at CES, NVIDIA announced new hardware including mobile versions of the GeForce RTX family and the desktop-oriented GeForce RTX 2060. Although it didn't garner nearly as much attention, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang announced that GeForce graphics cards would soon support non-G-SYNC, adaptive sync monitors. Up until this point, GeForce cards have only supported NVIDIA's own proprietary adaptive sync monitors, i.e. G-SYNC. However, NVIDIA has been validating AMD FreeSync-compatible monitors for use on its graphics hardware. When first announced, Huang said that 12 of the hundreds of FreeSync monitors on that market had been validated for proper operation on its GeForce hardware.... Read more...
It seems as though the entire gaming world is ready for tomorrow’s release of Fallout 4. Earlier today, we learned that both GameStop and Best Buy are tossing in a free copy of Fallout 4 with the purchase of a new PlayStation 4 console. And a week ago, we learned of a killer Black Friday deal from Dell that will include an Xbox One Gears of War console bundle, an extra controller and a copy of Fallout 4 for the low, low price of $299. And now the folks at NVIDIA are looking out for Fallout fans on the PC side with a fresh GeForce Game Ready Driver that’s optimized for Fallout 4. The new driver, version 358.91, will allow you to jump into Fallout 4’s digital wasteland with the assurance that “you’ll... Read more...