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Nvidia Releases Updated Driver Exclusively For GTX 1080

With Nvidia’s new flagship GPU hitting stores (and quickly selling out), the company released a new driver update exclusively for GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards.

Driver version 368.25 is a WHQL-certified game-ready driver for Overwatch, World of Tanks and War Thunder. We already got a taste of those features with Nvidia’s 368.22 driver update just a few days ago, but now that the Titan X-killing GTX 1080 is in the wild, it has its own driver. The update also features the GTX 1080-exclusive VRWorks SDKs, including Lens Matched Shading and Single Pass Stereo.

If you’re wondering why GeForce Experience hasn’t notified you of a driver update, don’t worry – the update is exclusively for the GTX 1080 graphics card, and users still running 900-series GPUs (and below) will not be required to install the new driver.

You can download Nvidia’s 386.25 WHQL-certified graphics driver for the GeForce GTX 1080 directly from the company’s website, or through GeForce Experience if you already installed the GPU.

Derek Forrest is an Associate Contributing Writer for Tom’s Hardware and Tom’s IT Pro. Follow Derek Forrest on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook, Google+, RSS, Twitter and YouTube.

  • AridNexus
    Is nvidia already cutting driver support to the 900 series gpus?
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  • awez
    Is nvidia already cutting driver support to the 900 series gpus?
    The 10 series cards just released, obviously the drivers still need lots of tweaking where as the 900 series drivers are much more mature. So you can expect to see more driver support for these new cards. Nvidia is not cutting support for the 900 series.
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  • awez
    Is nvidia already cutting driver support to the 900 series gpus?

    Your'e joking right? The 10 series cards just released and therefore they will still require a bit of tweaking on the driver side. Nvidia is certainly not cutting driver support for 900 series, drivers for the 900 series are much more mature.
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  • Bill-PPBM
    All the new 368.xx drivers are defective on Adobe Premiere Pro CUDA usage!
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  • DonQuixoteMC
    wow lol nvidiots cant see the planed obsolesense
    open ur eyes sheeple!!! nvidia no longer support any gpu or os but win10

    brb getting my tinfoil hat
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