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Nvidia GeForce 385.28 WHQL driver out, offers optimal performance for Agents of Mayhem

NVIDIA has released a brand new driver for its graphics cards that offers optimal for Volition’s new single-player title, Agents of Mayhem. Furthermore, this driver provides optimal gaming experience for a new VR title, Killing Floor: Incursion.

Moreover, this driver addresses some performance issues that players experience in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and fixes a bug that set the GPU clocks of a GTX1070 at high performance speeds after exiting DOOM.

Those interested can download this new driver from here.

And here are the full release notes for the NVIDIA GeForce 385.28 WHQL driver.

Game Ready
Provides the optimal gaming experience for Agents of Mayhem.

Game Ready VR
Provides the optimal gaming experience for Killing Floor: Incursion.

3D Vision Profiles
Added or updated the following 3D Vision profiles:

  • Agents of Mayhem – Fair
  • F1 2017 – Not Recommended

Fixed Issues

  • [GeForce GTX 1070][Doom]: The GPU clocks remain running at high performance speeds after exiting from the game. [1954033]
  • [GeForce Experience]: “Any file is missing” error message appears when installing new drivers updated from GFE. [200306774]
  • [Call of Duty Infinite Warfare]: Performance drop occurs with updated driver.[1955894]
  • [SLI][Intel X299]: Low GPU usage resulting in poor performance occurs with the X299.[200331424]
  • [GeForce MX150][Xiaomi TM1604 notebook]: There is no driver support for this product. [1963863]

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