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NVIDIA Geforce 456.71 HotFix driver resolves Fortnite RTX, G-Sync and Divinity Original Sin 2 issues

NVIDIA has released a new hotfix driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the NVIDIA Geforce 456.71 HotFix driver resolves some Fortnite RTX, G-Sync and Divinity Original Sin 2 issues.

Going into more details, this hotfix driver a black screen issue that could occur on adaptive sync monitors when a game was running in fullscreen mode. Furthermore, it resolves a crash in Fortnite RTX when using in-game RTX Shadows/Reflection.

This hotfix driver, as well as the previous WHQL driver, resolves the crashing issues that most RTX30 owners have been experiencing. Thus, we strongly suggest downloading them if you own an RTX3080 or RTX3090 GPU.

You can download this new hotfix driver from here. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

NVIDIA Geforce 456.71 HotFix Driver Release Notes

  • Launching a game in full screen mode may trigger a black screen on adaptive sync monitors if G-SYNC is enabled
  • [Fortnite] Game may experience crash when using in-game RTX Shadows/Reflection
  • [Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition] Enabling Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling results in lower frame rate

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