Nvidia 375.86 Driver Latest News & Update: Games Covered by Version Detailed; Big Flaws Found as Well?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 17, 2016 09:26 PM EST

The Nvidia 375.86 driver recently became generous enough to provide gamers with the utmost satisfaction possible. Such Game Ready drivers are designed to make the experiences worthwhile, with some games apparently receiving multiple tweaks accordingly.

It was said that "Steep" is bound to receive an open beta for the weekend accordingly. For those unaware, "Steep" is Ubisoft title that revolves around the world of extreme sports games, comparable to "Point Break." While it may be a wonder as to why this topic could be relevant, the latest Game Ready driver, the Nvidia 375.86 driver, is the new GeForce graphics card offering that could ultimately make the difference in the gaming community.

According to PC Gamer, one of the most admirable feats that the Nvidia 375.86 dons is the provision of quality gaming especially those compatible to a virtual reality setting. The driver is said to be vigilant in the tweaking and bug fixes of a game from the get-go. Furthermore, "Steep" is said to not be the only one to be given some tweaks, as there are a number of others confirmed for it.

Such changes given by the Nvidia 375.86 driver version include "Tom Clancy's The Division" downloadable content known as "Survival," as well as "Battlefield 1" and ""Civilization 6." More than that, Nvidia was generous to add a temporal SLI profile for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" that also addressed a slew of concerns-most of which coming from the past driver versions.

Sadly, not everything was said to be good about the Nvidia 375.86 driver version, according to a NeoGAF forum recently. Though the graphics are more than up to par, the memory issues may have some flaws that need attention, such as Pascal-based cards having the video memory paused at about 810MHz clock speed. Games are also not excused, as the aforementioned "Battlefield 1" shows some unpleasant display flickers and unstable menu texts-the same can be said for the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare."

Despite the potential flaws surrounding the Nvidia 375.86 driver, the company says that they are apparently putting their backs into it. As to whether it will be worth buying or not, the decision is still up to those who wish to further enhance their graphic experience even more.

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