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New NVIDIA GeForce Drivers

The GeForce website now offers new WHQL-certified version 388.71 GeForce drivers for NVIDIA graphics cards running under Windows. NVIDIA says this is their final game ready driver of 2017, as it is optimized for PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, which is set to hit version 1.0 at midnight. They offer a discussion of how the battle royale game runs on their hardware, looking at the settings and features that provide the best experience. The full release notes explain everything further.

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3. Re: Morning Tech Bits Dec 21, 2017, 04:56 Rhett
 
Er... I have a 970 and an FX 6300 and I get at minimum 60 FPS since the last several patches (often closer to 75 average, even in the biggest towns, capping at 100ish). On both maps. 1080p, 100% screen scale (120 makes no difference though). So don't need a 1060...

Maybe if you had worse than a 9 series? Definitely could see needing a 10 series if you go beyond 1080p though.

Personally got maybe 5 FPS out of these drivers, YMMV. Ran well before them.
 
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2. Re: Morning Tech Bits Dec 21, 2017, 04:48 Muscular Beaver
 
Mordecai Walfish wrote on Dec 20, 2017, 22:18:
"Such is the level of optimization that you can now play PUBG at over 60 FPS, with High settings, at 1920x1080, on an affordable GeForce GTX 1060"

That's a pretty big leap in performance if it actually can maintain 60fps on a 1060 now.
On the new map only...? Which is... well... a desert. lol...
 
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Waiting for BIS to come back to their senses and do a real ArmA 2 successor.
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1. Re: Morning Tech Bits Dec 20, 2017, 22:18 Mordecai Walfish
 
"Such is the level of optimization that you can now play PUBG at over 60 FPS, with High settings, at 1920x1080, on an affordable GeForce GTX 1060"

That's a pretty big leap in performance if it actually can maintain 60fps on a 1060 now.
 
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