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Thread: 416.34 Desktop video drivers - nVidia now available

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    Default 416.34 Desktop video drivers - nVidia now available

    The graphics card drivers are coming thick and fast for both AMD and nVidia.
    If you're rocking an nVidia card, head over to their official support website to download the latest 'game-ready' WHQL drivers (416.34)

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    Is this the driver that is (or will be) compatible with the Win10 update that is about to happen once the file-destroying bugs have been eliminated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinorius_Redundicus View Post
    Is this the driver that is (or will be) compatible with the Win10 update that is about to happen once the file-destroying bugs have been eliminated?
    Already had that one 416.16, which did have a few issues according to the Nvidia forums.

    For info Win10 requires the 1809 October update for the 20xx cards to work with raytracing, not that I expect that is going to bother anyone here ;o)
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    I actually have no problems with this version and I find it quite fast.

    Microsoft did implement ray-tracing in their latest October update.

    https://wccftech.com/dxr-api-out-win...ctober-update/

    We still need the hardware to use it I would think because software rendering would be awfully, awfully slow.
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    Is there a way to find out if you've been updated? Had to shut down my computer for some reason that I can't remember and upon starting up I might have been updated but I'm not sure.
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    stouthm - Open your nVidia Control Panel (which you should find in your SysTray) and look at the green banner on the splash screen.
    The current version number and your detected graphics card will be shown there.
    If the version is less than 416.34, then you have an older set of drivers.

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