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GeForce Game Ready Graphics Driver 418.91 WHQL Made Available by NVIDIA 

NVIDIA has made available a new GeForce Graphics package, namely version 418.91, which is the Game Ready driver that delivers an improved gaming experience when using DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) in Battlefield V and Metro Exodus.

NVIDIA has made available a new GeForce Graphics package, namely version 418.91, which is the Game Ready driver that delivers an improved gaming experience when using DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) in Battlefield V and Metro Exodus.

In addition to that, the current release also supports Ray Tracing for Metro Exodus and provides optimal graphics performance and quality for the upcoming Anthem Early Access, Crackdown 3, and Far Cry New Dawn titles.

Moreover, the 418.91 update removes Battlefield 1 lines seen in the terrain (when anisotropic filtering override enabled), and makes sure ID 14 error doesn’t appear in event viewer logs when Digital Vibrance setting is changed (affected GeForce RTX 20 series cards).

When it comes to installation, first save the appropriate package for your configuration (either desktop or notebook running one of Microsoft’s 64-bit variants of Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 platforms), and close all programs and processes that might interfere with the upgrade.

Afterward, run the downloaded executable, wait as the wizard extracts all files required for the update, and follow all instructions displayed on the screen for a complete and successful installation.

That said, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Driver 418.91, apply it on your device, perform a reboot once finished, and enjoy your newly-improved system. Also, check back with us as often as possible to stay up to speed with the latest releases.

Battlefield V: Now With NVIDIA DLSS – Up to 40% Performance Boost
Metro Exodus: GeForce RTX Real-Time Ray Traced Global Illumination Demo
 
 

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Stig

Has anyone switched over to the NVIDIA DCH drivers yet?

Everything seems to be heading that way? Intel has also done it.

 

Both Standard and DCH drivers are available in Game Ready Driver (GRD) and Creator Ready Driver (CRD).

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3 hours ago, Stig said:

Has anyone switched over to the NVIDIA DCH drivers yet?

Everything seems to be heading that way? Intel has also done it.

 

Both Standard and DCH drivers are available in Game Ready Driver (GRD) and Creator Ready Driver (CRD).

 

Dear bro :) I use DCH Drivers 419.35 with Windows 10 1809 and the driver works very well.

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36 minutes ago, Archanus said:

 

Dear bro :) I use DCH Drivers 419.35 with Windows 10 1809 and the driver works very well.

I've done 2 desktops, but I am having trouble installing it on my laptop even though I have downloaded the right driver.

 

I get the following error message.

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NVIDIA Installer Cannot Continue

This NVIDIA graphics driver is not compatible with this version of Windows.

 

 

I used DDU on all computers prior to remove standard drivers.

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1 hour ago, Stig said:

I've done 2 desktops, but I am having trouble installing it on my laptop even though I have downloaded the right driver.

 

I get the following error message.

 

I used DDU on all computers prior to remove standard drivers.

 

Oh, so use the Standard then :( 

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5 minutes ago, Archanus said:

 

Oh, so use the Standard then :( 

Not now. DCH.

1 hour ago, Stig said:

I've done 2 desktops, but I am having trouble installing it on my laptop even though I have downloaded the right driver.

 

I get the following error message.

 

I used DDU on all computers prior to remove standard drivers.

OK, so it's common problem, especially on laptops. NVIDIA is blaming Microsoft.

I just had to force a driver install via Device Manager to fix the problem.

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