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Nvidia’s new driver adds support for Quake Champions and Windows 10 Creators Update

If any of you are planning on trying out Quake Champions this weekend during its closed beta phase, then it may be worth double checking that your drivers are up to date as this week, Nvidia released an all-new Game Ready driver in preparation for id Software’s new fast-paced competitive shooter.

The latest driver version 381.65 includes optimisations for Quake Champions and also adds support for the Windows 10 Creators Update, which starts rolling out next Tuesday.

Aside from those two headline additions to this driver version, Nvidia has also included support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmost tech. Some small changes have also been made to the Nvidia control panel, with an option to override Windows 10’s colour settings.

This release also drops straight after Nvidia’s new Titan Xp announcement. The company’s latest and greatest is a small upgrade over the Titan X (Pascal) from last year, unlocking all of the CUDA Cores available on GP-102, while also adding faster 11Gbps memory with 550 GB/s memory bandwidth.

KitGuru Says: I’ll be checking out the Quake Champions beta over this weekend. Ever since DOOM (2016)’s multiplayer community started dying down I’ve been needing a new fast-paced shooter in my life. Are any of you planning on trying Quake Champions this weekend?

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