Still no solution for Battlefield 1

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A month ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards in particular on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770. Although a few weeks ago Nvidia published a Hotfix for Battlefield 1, today they’ve put yet another Hotfix online. According to the release notes, it looks like issues related to Battlefield 1 and DOTA2 have been addressed.


Some Battlefield 1 issues addressed

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A few weeks ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards in particular on the GTX 770. According to the release notes, it looks like the new release should fix some issues related to Battlefield 1. The new GeForce 376.48 drivers should also address a few issues on Just Cause 3 and Wargame: Red Dragon game.


A new flagship

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By looking for a Senior Marketing Manager Nvidia unintentionally confirmed that a new Ti-version of their GTX 1080 graphics cards series is incoming. In job description on LinkedIn Nvidia is writing the following: "980 Ti users get first spot in line for 1080 Ti pre-orders, or Step Up offer". Looking back at previous generations of Nvidia graphics cards, it’s basically been clear as day that a 1080 Ti is about to be launched and we believe that more information on it will be revealed during CES 2017.



A small boost for your computer

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It looks like Nvidia and Corsair have put together a little (Christmas) package to easily upgrade your PC to decent performance levels. The PC Gaming Revival Kit includes a graphics card from Nvidia and a SSD as well as power supply from Corsair, while the bundle is set to cost 399 Euro.


Still no a word on Battlefield 1 improvements

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Following the launch of Oculus Touch with over 50 games made for VR, Nvidia releases a new driver which is - once more - supposed to improve performance, especially on all those new titles. Meanwhile we’re at version 376.33 regarding NVIDIA’s WHQL drivers. Apart from Oculus Touch support some Windows bugs have been addressed as well.


Three VR gaming titles for free

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Nvidia has announced a new PC gaming bundle. If you buy a GTX 10 series GPU as well as an HTC Vive you receive three VR capable gaming titles for free.


More support for Oculus Touch

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Following the launch of Oculus Touch with over 50 games made for VR, Nvidia releases a new driver supporting all those new titles. Meanwhile we’re at version 376.19 regarding NVIDIA’s WHQL drivers. Apart from Oculus Touch support some bugs have been addressed as well.


For Watch Dogs 2 and couple of other games

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Following the launch of Ubisoft's new Watch Dogs 2 game on PC, Nvidia has also new Geforce Game Ready 376.09 WHQL drivers which should provide optimal experience for that game as well as upcoming Dead Rising 4 and Steep games.


Another AIC partner bites the dust

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According to some reports, a once well-known Nvidia AIC partner, Point of View, has declared bankruptcy and will not longer be selling graphics cards.


Free Watch Dogs 2 with GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 GPUs

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Nvidia has now officially launched its new Hackers Wanted game bundle that gives a free Watch Dogs 2 game with Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards as well as systems and notebooks based on those GPUs.


Fixing VRAM clock issues

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Nvidia has now officially released a new Hotfix drivers that should fix the VRAM clock issues seen on the previously released Geforce 375.86 drivers.


Hackers Wanted promotion coming

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It appears that Nvidia is preparing the new Hackers Wanted promotions that will give a free Watch Dogs 2 game to future buyers of Geforce GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 as well as notebooks with those GPUs.


Memory stuck at 810MHz

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It appears that the Nvidia Geforce 375.86 WHQL drivers released yesterday are plagued by a lot of issues including memory clock issues, Folding@Home, as well ass graphical problems in a couple of games.


Optimizations for some games

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Nvidia has now released its new Geforce 375.86 WHQL drivers with optimizations for upcoming updates for Battlefield 1, Civilization VI and Tom Clancy's The Division games, optimizations for the Steep Open Beta game, which should be coming soon and couple of bug fixes.


In a shipping manifest

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There have been plenty of Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080 Ti rumors lately and the latest one suggest that it might ship with 10GB of VRAM.


Record quarter with US $2 billion in revenue

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Nvidia has announced its financial report for the third quarter of fiscal 2017, reporting a record quarter with US $2 billion in revenue, up by 54 percent compared to the last year.


Only for crash and bug reports

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Nvidia has issued an official statement regarding telemetry that was added to their recent GPU drivers, saying that these only collect crash and bug reports as well as system information.


Titan X performance at lower price

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According to earlier information, it appears that Nvidia's GTX 1080 Ti will be launching at CES 2017 show in January and will be based on Nvidia's GP102 Pascal GPU, which should provide performance similar to the Titan X but at a much lower price.


There is a way to disable it

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It has been noticed that Nvidia has enabled telemetry in its past few versions of Nvidia Geforce drivers that are installed by default, auto-run on Windows startup and does not appear to be in the list of install things during the custom installation. Luckily, there is a way to disable it.


Minor update

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Nvidia has released yet another driver update, which is a minor update that fixes earlier noticed issues with GIFs, the Geforce 375.76 Hotfix.
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