Nvidia has released a new Game Ready driver, Version 471.41 This marks the first WHQL supported Nvidia driver for the Windows 11 operating system. The driver also provides game support for Red Dead Redemption 2’s DLSS update and Chernobyl.Nvidia made some Best graphics card, Regularly updating the driver helps to ensure that your system keeps running smoothly.
Windows 11 support is the biggest announcement of this update, which allows anyone running the current Windows 11 developer preview to install the official Windows 11 graphics driver for devices running Nvidia GPUs. This is expected to reduce the number of errors seen in the Windows 11 preview.
Some new G-Sync compatible displays have also been added to the support list, including the new Samsung LS28AG700N 4K 144Hz display and the Samsung LC27G50A 1440P 144Hz display. Finally, there are some common bug fixes:
- points acceleration comes into play again on Capture One.
- Disable the NoHud/RemovalHud filter from Valorant.
- Doomsday Eternity should no longer be frozen during the game.
- League of Legends should no longer fail to start.
- When connected to some DSC monitors with HDR, the mouse cursor should no longer change color.
- In some games, the Ansel DOF filter should no longer blur the entire screen.
- After updating the driver, some monitors should no longer be limited to 640×480 resolution.
- When changing the display mode, 8K HDMI audio playback should no longer be distorted.
- The remote desktop connection with the PC using 10-bit color should no longer damage the picture.
- When connected to LG’s C9 OLED TV, GPU HDMI audio loss should no longer occur.
About a month has passed since Nvidia’s last driver update 471.11. There have not been many major game releases recently because we are now in a summer slowdown, but we expect the pace to start to pick up in the next one or two months. Hopefully we will also see more graphics card availability by then.