Nvidia released the GeForce Game Ready 391.35 WHQL driver to the public featuring improvements for select games, security patches, and quite a large number of issues.
First, the basics: Nvidia users and system admins who don't use GeForce Experience for driver updates can download the latest driver from the company's official download site.
While it may be tempting to install the full driver package, we recommend that you only install the driver for the Nvidia graphics card and other components that you require, and that you uninstall the installed (old) graphics driver completely before you install the new one.
Nvidia driver 391.35 patches several security issues in previous driver versions. It is recommended that the new driver is installed on systems affected by the security issues to protect the device against potential attacks targeting these vulnerabilities.
The following security issues are patched in the new release:
The new video card driver includes optimizations for the game Far Cry 5, SLI profile improvements for GRIP and WRC 7, and 3D Vision Profiles updates or additions for Far Cry 5, GRIP, and The Talos Principle.
The reported software module versions are:
GeForce Game Ready 391.35 WHQL fixes four issues that users may have experienced in previous driver versions:
The new driver has the following issues (some are carried over from previous driver releases):
Now You: Do you update drivers regularly?
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