Along with its piping-hot new mobile GPUs, Nvidia has a fresh set of drivers for the masses. Version 372.54 brings support for the trio of new mobile Pascal chips, including the BatteryBoost dynamic quality and framerate control feature of those parts. These drivers are also optimized for No Man's Sky, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Obduction, F1 2016, and the Paragon open beta.
The 372.54 release rolls in the hotfix for the single-card DPC latency issue that cropped up with some Pascal parts recently, though Nvidia says a multi-card DPC fix is still in development. The company strongly encourages users to download the drivers by firing up the "Drivers" tab in GeForce Experience and checking for an update, though folks who just want the bare driver package can still find the appropriate driver for the card manually if needed.
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