GeForce Game Ready Driver | 546.01 | Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 11 | NVIDIA

New Driver available:

Have fun testing :wink:

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Not available in Geforce Experience and there is nothing about this driver in the Nvidia Game Ready Driver forum.

Nothing relevant for simmers unless you play on a LG C3 TV:

Game Ready for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III

This new Game Ready Driver provides the best gaming experience for the latest new games supporting DLSS 3 technology including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, Desynced, Jusant, and RoboCop: Rogue City.

Fixed Gaming Bugs

  • [Halo Infinite] Increased loading times after updating to driver 545.84 [4337526]
  • [Halo Infinite] Significant performance drop is observed on Maxwell-based GPUs. [4052711]

Fixed General Bugs

  • Windows Event Viewer incorrectly logs an error when NVTOPPS stops [4331318]
  • LG C3 OLED TV does not show up as a validated G-SYNC Compatible display in the NVIDIA Control Panel [4247350]
  • Stable Diffusion significant performance reduction after driver update [4166994]

I’m downloading it right now via GE Force Experience.

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Yeah, 5 hours ago, when I posted it wasn’t available.

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yeah you must have been at the bleeding edge there 5 hrs ago.

Is it me or is NVidia really blasting out GRD’s like every week it seems. Completely mad trying to keep up with them all.

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It could have been due to placebo, but I rolled back to 545.92

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The popular clean driver from Guru3D…

Charles

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Worked well for me in FS2020 (on a 3090Ti), but broke VLS fullscreen video playback with super resolution enabled.
Rolled back to 537.58.

Both 546.01 and 545.92 had a negative impact on my FS2020 FPS…
I rolled back to 537.58 which runs very well.

4080 with i9-12900K, 32gb RAM and Samsung 980pro m.2.

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Does Shadowplay work with this 546 driver?

I was getting a few CTD’s during flights with 546.1 and 545.92 so rolled back to 537.58 too. Now runs perfectly. Seems smoother too. (& no CTDs this far). Went for months without a CTD until the 545.x & 546.x driver updates. (RTX3090)

Question: I’m on 536.67 and it’s working fine. Can I update to clean 537.58 without running my usual DDU routine? I use GeForce Experience, and I don’t want to go through the extreme hassle of setting up GFE screen captures properly. They make that so freaking difficult.

I don’t know whether I can install an updated driver, but not update GFE.

Or should I stay on 536.67 until I’m forced to update?

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I didn’t use DDU. I just uninstalled all the NVidia drivers from Windows->Settings->Apps->Installed Apps. I left GE Experience installed, then downloaded the 537.58 driver and ran a ‘clean install’. Everything seems fine. Did a disk clean to clear direct x shader cache too.

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Here’s the GFE seperate Download.
https://nvidia-geforce-experience.updatestar.com/en
The DDU’d and NVCleaned 546.17 latest Driver is running smooth as silk on our FE 3090 ti.

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I have been trying all of the subsequent NVIDIA drivers past 537.58 and have experienced poor performance / graphics. I even upgraded my monitor and noted the same results with the drivers past 537.58…

It leaves me very concerned as there will come a time when 537.58 will not be supported by FS2020.

Still at a loss as to why and have spent many hours along with additional $$$ to resolve. I have even installed FS2020 on my Samsung 990pro m.2 vs my 980pro and experienced the same poor performance with the drivers past 537.58.

My Specs: MSI 4080 Gaming X Trio, MSI Z790 Edge WIFI mobo, i9-12900K, 32gb DDR5 RAM and Samsung 980pro m.2.