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Nvidia releases new Geforce Game Ready driver

by on21 September 2021

Geforce 472.11 WHQL for Windows 11 and new games

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 472.11 WHQL Game Ready graphics driver with official Windows 11 support, Game Ready support for eight new games, and various other improvements and fixes.

According to the release notes, the new Geforce 472.11 WHQL Game Ready drive provides support for the official launch of Windows 11, including support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, and other features and improvements coming with Windows 11 OS.

As noted, the Geforce 472.11 WHQL also brings optimized support for eight new games, including Alan Wake Remastered, which brings NVIDIA DLSS support, Deathloop, with support for Nvidia Reflex, Diablo II: Resurrected, coming on September 23rd, Far Cry 6, coming on October 7th, Hot Wheels Unleashed, INDUSTRIA, Amazon's New World, World War Z: Aftermath, and more.

The new Geforce driver also adds support for Deep Learning Anit-Aliasing (DLAA), which is available in The Elder Scrolls Online and its test servers.

Nvidia was also keen to note that DLSS is now supported in over 100 games.

The Geforce 472.11 WHQL driver also fixes several issues, including stuttering in Watch Dogs Legion when ReBAR is enabled; crashing in Battlefield V on DirectX 12 with HDR enabled; stuck GPU clocks in Redshift3D; and issues with GPU scaling missing from Nvidia Control Panel when driver is installed using express install.

The Geforce 472.11 WHQL Game Ready driver supports all graphics cards since Geforce 900 series and is available for download over at Nvidia's Geforce driver page.


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