Updating nvidia graphics driver
I was able to find my card under hidden devices in device manager with a transparent icon.
Tried to update the driver, nothing, uninstalled it and rebooted, nothing, it's not even showing up anymore now.
GPU Recommendations recommend gamers equip their systems with a Ge Force GTX 970 for High-quality, 60 FPS gameplay at 1920x1080.
These settings deliver an excellent level of detail, and at 60 FPS it's a super smooth experience free from stuttering and stalls, translating to fluid, responsive gaming. This being the PC, you can of course crank many of the settings to Ultra, bolstering graphical fidelity further still.
is one of the year's most anticipated games, and it's now live on PC.
Inside you'll find exclusive effects and features, more than 20 graphics settings with more than 90 options, support for higher rendering resolutions and uncapped framerates, and the inclusion of NVIDIA game-enhancing features such as DSR, G-SYNC, SLI, and Surround.
If you play PC games, you should keep your computer’s graphics drivers updated to get the best performance out of your hardware.
We have previously advised you to not compulsively update your drivers – most hardware drivers that come with your computer or through Windows Update are fine.
I did reroll to the previous version in device manager, but no change.
However, graphics drivers for your NVIDIA, AMD, or even Intel graphics hardware are a big exception.
Updates to your computer’s motherboard, sound card, and network drivers don’t generally give speed improvements.
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