Updating your nvidia
Here is a small portion of the changes to NVIDIA’s most recent graphics driver package (Release 387), released on December 20, 2017: And that just covers the specific games for which optimization has been improved.There are also numerous bug fixes and new features included.Just be aware that sometimes, you’ll be asked to install a utility that performs the scan.If you use an NVIDIA adapter, you also have a third option—a utility named NVIDIA Ge Force Experience that runs in the background on your PC.: In the past, AMD offered a very similar utility named AMD Gaming Evolved that provided driver updates and game optimization.AMD discontinued that product and it has since been taking up by the folks behind Raptr.You have the choice of the utility downloading and installing them automatically or just letting you know when they’re ready.Ge Force Experience can also help you optimize gaming settings for most PC games, a feature some love and some hate, but that’s entirely optional.
Those, we recommend you keep up-to-date, especially if you’re a gamer.We have previously advised you to not compulsively update your drivers, and we stand by that.Most hardware drivers that come with your computer—or through Windows Update—are fine.A graphics driver is the software that allow your operating system and programs to use your computer’s graphics hardware.
If you play PC games, you should keep your computer’s graphics drivers updated to get the best performance out of your hardware.The utility does still boast those two features, but also includes some of the community aspects of the primary Raptr tool. Just be aware that while the tool is co-branded with AMD, it’s no longer developed by them.