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NVIDIA GeForce 388.43 WHQL driver released, optimized for DOOM VFR

Similarly to AMD, NVIDIA released a brand new driver for its graphics cards that is optimized for DOOM VFR. Moreover, and due to popular demand, NVIDIA has added back the NV Tray in this release.

The NVIDIA GeForce 388.43 WHQL driver also add/update two 3D profiles. Escape from Tarkov and Claybook are now marked as Fair.

Moreover, this driver resolves some fixes on the Optimus notebooks in Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. It also addresses some NVIDIA
Control Panel crashes or hangs. These crashes could occur when gamers were selecting With the NVIDIA Settings from the Adjust Video Color Settings page.

Those interested can download this new driver fromĀ here. You can also read the complete changelog for this new driver below.

NVIDIA GeForce 388.43 WHQL Driver Release Notes:

Game Ready

  • Provides the optimal gaming experience for DOOM VFR.

New Features

  • Due to popular demand, the NV Tray has been added back in this release.

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

  • Escape from Tarkov – Fair
  • Claybook – Fair

Fixes Issues

  • [NVIDIA Control Panel]: With cross-adapter clone mode enabled, the NVIDIA Control Panel crashes or hangs when you select With the NVIDIA Settings from the Adjust Video Color Settings page. [200353221]
  • [Optimus][Notebook][Wolfenstein]: The game crashes. [2019102]

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