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NVIDIA GeForce 419.35 WHQL driver is optimized for APEX Legends, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division 2

NVIDIA has released a brand new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the NVIDIA GeForce 419.35 WHQL driver provides the optimal gaming experience for Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.

In addition, this driver also adds support for three new G-SYNC compatible monitors (BenQ XL2540-B/ZOWIE XL LCD, Acer XF250Q and Acer ED273 A).

It’s also worth noting that this driver finally fixes the DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG error message that gamers have been receiving in APEX Legends, fixes the pixelated corruption issues in Hitman 2 and renders PhysX fog correctly in Batman: Arkham Origins.

Those interested can download this new driver from here, and below you can find its complete changelog.

NVIDIA GeForce 419.35 WHQL Release Notes

Game Ready
Provides the optimal gaming experience for Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5, and Tom Clancy’s The Division II.

Gaming Technology
Includes support for three new G-SYNC compatible monitors.

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

  • Devil May Cry 5 – Not Recommended
  • Total War: Three Kingdoms – Fair

Software Module Versions

  • nView – 149.34
  • HD Audio Driver – 1.3.38.13
  • NVIDIA PhysX System Software – 9.19.0218
  • GeForce Experience – 3.17.0.126
  • CUDA – 10.1

New Features

  • Added support for CUDA 10.1
  • NVIDIA Control Panel
    Updated to version 8.1.951.0.

Fixed Issues

  • [G-SYNC]: With a G-SYNC and G-SYNC Compatible display connected in clone mode, flashing occurs on games played on the G-SYNC display with G-SYNC enabled. [200482157]
  • [Apex Legends]: DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG error message may appear and then the game crashes.[2503360]
  • [Hitman 2]: Pixelated corruption appears in the game. [2504274]
  • [Batman: Arkham Origins]: PhysX fog renders incorrectly [2451459]
  • [GeForce RTX 2080][PhysX][Assassin’s Creed 4 – Black Flag]: Smoke dispersal appears accelerated. [2498928]
  • Microsoft.Photos.exe randomly crashes. [200496899]
  • NVDisplay.Container.exe causes high CPU usage. [200496099]

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