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NVIDIA GeForce 375.63 WHQL driver is now available, addresses issues introduced by previous driver

A few days ago, NVIDIA released the GeForce 375.57 WHQL driver. That driver was meant to offer optimal performance for Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2 and Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. However, it appears that the driver introduced numerous issues, prompting NVIDIA to release a brand new driver.

According to the release notes, this driver addresses the mail app crashes that occured within 5–10 seconds after
being opened (following the driver update) on Windows 10 Anniversary Edition.

Some users reported issues with the GeForce 375.57 WHQL driver in various UWP games. PC gamers reported downgraded visuals in Forza Horizon 3 after upgrading their drivers, while others reported crashes.

Furthermore, users reported image artifacts in GIFs and videos.

This new WHQL driver aims to address all these issues, and you can download this new driver from here.

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