It doesn't come with a long list of changes, but Nvidia released a new hotfix display driver for its GeForce family of graphics cards, version 375.76. With this update, the green team first tackled the distracting flicker that some of their users were reporting when using high refresh rate monitors. Judging from the response in the company's forums, however, this issue might not be entirely cleaned up.
Second, the hotfix addresses some artifacts that people have been seeing in GIFs. Those who purchase high-end graphics cards to look at internet memes will undoubtedly rejoice to see Nvidia's response to this problem. Sarcasm aside, the rest of us who occasionally find GIFs helpful, informative, or funny will appreciate it, too.
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