Windows 10 users have reported having issues with their graphics cards, namely the NVIDIA GeForce variety. It looks like NVIDIA is doing its best to stay on top of the situation though.
Last week the company released new GeForce drivers for Windows 10 users on the same day Microsoft rolled another set of Windows 10 updates.
According to NVIDIA, the GeForce 355.80 updated drivers addressed “Excessive virtual memory consumption for SLI configurations running Windows 10.”
New NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Released Today
Today, NVIDIA says the release of GeForce 355.82 WHQL drivers will offer improved game play with the driver description reading:
The latest GeForce Game Ready driver, release 355.82 WHQL, ensures you’ll have the best possible gaming experience for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Mad Max.
Our own staff member, Stefan Kudev has experienced issues with his Windows 10 system with NVIDIA GeForce drivers, too. In his breaking up with Windows 10 article he says: “I constantly use my laptop kind of like a desktop. I have an external monitor plugged in whenever I’m at home. But Windows 10 doesn’t seem to like my multi-monitor habit, as it often flickers at random time…” And receives the message below.
Well, the NVIDIA drivers are now up to version 355.82 and undoubtedly more updates are to come. If you are experiencing a similar issue, hopefully getting your GeForce drivers updated to the most recent version, rolled out today, you’ll see some better stability and performance.
You can get the latest updates for your version of Windows at the links below. Let us know how things go for your situation in the comments section.