Won't be buying Control until it's on Steam. If they can wait...so can I. Seems this driver has some more "new and improved" features. I honestly expected some more performance to be squeezed out of Turing, but it seems Turing is on its last legs. Guess it was a good run boys...it introduced RTX and adaptive shading (or variable rate shading), and simultaneous INT/FLOAT processing. I'm guessing Ampere will be closer to a complete redesign with RTX as the main selling feature. I doubt we'll hit Amdahl's Law...unless Nvidia wants to go to 8192 cores for Ampere. It'll happen eventually for rasterized performance, but not anytime soon.