No GTA V? When did that happen?
Wow, the cosmetic #ID_STRING16# bug that has been bugging me since 2017 finally seems to have been fixed.
Geforce 4 Ti 4200 probably. Still have it in the original box.
These cosmetic bugs are just so annoying. ##ID_STRING16## bug has been around for over a year now, update still recommends 18.12.2 and the HD...
This version didn't install the #ID_STRING17# folder to the start menu so maybe that's fixed or maybe it was just an accident.
So will this make DX12 work better in WoW?
This was actually fixed by installing the latest Windows 10 update. Which was nice, now I can finally use these new drivers.
Coming back from sleep mode still causes a crash.
Coming back from sleep mode somehow crashes things and results in a black screen so back to previous driver it is.
Meh, ##ID_STRING16## folder in start menu is back after it went away in 17.12.1.
I also got the DO_NOT_USE packaging version when using the driver updater. But then after removing the drivers through control panel and...
That makes it too dark. And I don't want to mess with monitor settings because they were fine before 17.4.4.
Screen is still too bright, back to 17.4.3.
Does ESO grass still flicker?
AAA means that the game has a huge budget, nothing else. So QB is most definitely AAA.
These drivers fixed the resolution issue I had with dual monitors and cloning. Yay.
Probably just before Elder Scrolls Online is launched on the 4th.
"Enhanced GPU clock offset options for GeForce GTX 750Ti / GTX 750"
Can someone explain what does this mean? I have a GTX 750 Ti so I'm curious...