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NVIDIA GeForce 355.98 WHQL Driver Released

NVIDIA has released a new driver for its graphics cards. According to its description, the NVIDIA GeForce 355.98 WHQL driver offers the best possible gaming experience in Killing Floor 2, and comes with updated features and functionality for the GameWorks VR software development kit.

Those interested can download this brand new driver from here.

And here are the key features of the NVIDIA GeForce 355.98 WHQL driver:

Game Ready
Best gaming experience for Killing Floor 2

New GeForce GPU
Supports the new GeForce GTX 980 for notebooks, based upon the second-generation Maxwell architecture

GameWorks VR Support
Updated driver support for GameWorks VR SDK, adding notebook support, VR SLI enhancements, and bug fixes.

Windows 10 Fixed Issues
***61557; [355.82] Memory clock reported as 0 MHz if P-state is P0. At times, same report with
P2 P-state. [200135032]
***61557; [353.62, GM204] Thunderbird mail client is choppy when G-Sync windowed mode is
enabled. [1673997]
***61557; [SLI, Stereo] Batman: Arkham Origins crashes when launched from task bar following
an Alt+Tab. [1673119]

Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista Fixed Issues
***61557; [355.82] Memory clock reported as 0 MHz if P-state is P0. At times, same report with
P2 P-state. [200135032]
***61557; [Star Wars: Battlefront SLI Profile] Reflection envmaps flicker. [1676284]
***61557; [353.62, GM204] Thunderbird mail client is choppy when G-Sync windowed mode is
enabled. [1673997]

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