Nvidia is keeping up its relentless pace of driver updates with version 372.70 of its Game Ready software. This new release is tuned for the Battlefield 1 open beta, World of Warcraft: Legion, and the Steam release of Quantum Break. This update also includes a fix for the DPC latency issue plaguing some Pascal graphics cards in multi-GPU setups. That move follows the inclusion of a similar fix for single-GPU systems in the last Game Ready driver update.
This update also enables Nvidia's Fast Sync feature for Maxwell graphics cards. As a refresher, Fast Sync lets games render at high frame rates without tearing while avoiding the input lag inherent to vsync. The 372.70 driver is available now through GeForce Experience or through Nvidia's download page.
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