Nvidia GeForce 552.44 Driver is now available

Nvidia has released a new driver for its GPUs, providing the best gaming experience for the latest games, such as Manor Lords and No Rest for the Wicked. The update also provides bug fixes and stability for those playing PUBG for an extended period on an Intel 12th gen platform.

Game Ready – This new Game Ready Driver provides the best gaming experience for the latest new games supporting DLSS technology including Manor Lords which features support for DLSS Super Resolution. Further support for new titles includes the launch of No Rest for the Wicked.

Applications – The April NVIDIA Studio Driver provides optimal support for the latest new creative applications and updates including Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve version 19 and Trimble’s SketchUp 2024.

Fixed Gaming Bugs

  • PUBG: Game stability issues over extended gameplay on Intel 12th Gen platforms [4030936]

Fixed Applications Issue

  • Chaos V-Ray: NVIDIA OptiX IR fails to link [4479756]
  • Jianying Pro: General stability issues with 551.xx drivers [4561996]
  • SideFX/Houdini: OptiX applications crashing when using Shader Execution Reordering (SER) [4589827]
  • Maya: Application crash for some user workflows [4584743]

Fixed General Bugs

  • GeForce GTX 10/RTX 20 series: PC may randomly freeze when Windows Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling and NVIDIA SLI are both enabled [4009884]
  • HTC Vive Pro 2: System crash with bugcheck after enabling VR HMD with multidisplays [4119187]

Open Issues

  • Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition: Lower GPU utilization when Reflex is set to “On + Boost” [4412035]
  • Tekken 8 may randomly crash during gameplay on GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards. [4503216]

As always, you can download this driver update through GeForce Experience or through the official download page.

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