Game Ready drivers for Metal Gear Solid V and Mad Max
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 355.82 WHQL Game Ready drivers for the two new games, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Mad Max.
Beta support for GameWorks VR
Nvidia has released its newest set of WHQL-certified Geforce drivers, the Geforce 355.60 WHQL. These are Game Ready drivers for the upcoming Ashes of the Singulary tech demo which is coming from Stardock.
Support for Windows 10 OS and DirectX 12
Following the official launch of Microsoft's Windows 10 OS, Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers.
Minor update and support for Windows 10 OS
AMD has released its newest Catalyst 15.7.1 WHQL driver which brings some minor improvements and is the driver to have in case you are running on the new Windows 10 OS.
Enables FreeSync on Crossfire systems
AMD has released its latest Catalyst 15.7 WHQL-certified drivers which brings official support for recently release Radeon 300-series and R9 Fury graphics card, adds support for FreeSync on Crossfire systems and plenty of other features and game optimizations.
New features and support for GTX 980 Ti
As it usually happens when the new graphics card is released, Nvidia has rolled out the new Geforce 353.06 WHQL driver with a couple of new features, optimization for Heroes of the Storm game as well as support for the new Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card.
As well as first Windows 10 OS 352.84 WHQL driver
Nvidia has been rolling out Game Ready Geforce graphics card drivers with almost every major game launch and has now announced its first Geforce 352.84 WHQL-certified driver for Windows 10, as well as the new Geforce 352.86 WHQL Gamer Ready drivers for current Windows OS versions.
Game-ready driver for GTA V
Nvidia has released its latest WHQL-certified Geforce driver, which is also a Game Ready driver for the highly anticipated PC version of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V game.
Game Ready drivers for Evolve
Nvidia has released new Geforce 347.52 WHQL "Game Ready" drivers which bring performance optimizations for the new Turtle Rock Studios Evolve game, as well as performance improvements, bug fixes and new SLI profiles for a couple of other games.
Brings DSR support to Fermi and Kepler graphics cards