Today’s release of NVIDIA’s GeForce 431.36 Game Ready graphics drivers is synchronized with the launch of their GeForce RTX 2060 Super and GeForce RTX 2070 Super graphics cards (see our review here). If you found one of the new cards, then this is the driver that will get it up and running on Windows.
NVIDIA also claims to have revisited performance optimizations for Metro Exodus, which should run around 10.5% faster; Strange Brigade, which should run around 7.7% faster; and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, which should run around 3.6% faster. Each of these are relative to their last Game Ready driver, 430.86.
Eight issues were also fixed, including a few crash and blue-screen scenarios (as seen in their PDF release notes). If you have an ASUS GL703GS or and ASUS GL502VML laptop, then you will probably want to update the drivers to fix BSODs after coming out of hibernation (if you use it). Likewise, if you have a Sandy Bridge CPU, then this driver should fix the Code 43 issue when trying to install recent GeForce drivers in Windows 10 version 1903. As usual, these drivers are available on their website or through GeForce Experience.