If you're one of the 57% of Steam gamers using a GeForce graphics card, and you're trying to fight like hell, make sure you have the latest driver. Nvidia's GeForce 365.19 driver is WHQL-certified and "Game Ready" for Doom, Homefront: The Revolution, and Master of Orion.
Issues fixed in this release include SLI bugs in The Division and The Talos Principle, GTX 750 and 750 Ti DisplayPort hot-swap troubles, colorspace foibles with the Oculus Rift, and Second Life Shadowplay crashes, among other things. Nvidia's Vulkan driver seems to have gotten a tune-up, too, and 3DMark 11 should work on Windows 7 again. You can grab the updated driver through the GeForce Experience app or download it from Nvidia directly for Windows 10 and for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1.
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