Then I'll just put it back. I don't upgrade drivers that regularly anyways, only if a game has horrible performance (and nvidia fixes it) or if a new tweaking feature is added. Either way it works, system seems a bit snappier in general, loading pages in browsers, etc. Still need to test it in games. Have to admit though, when running dpc latency checks or latencymonitor, the nvidia driver was one of the ones reporting the highest latencies, together with the audio and network drivers. Network drivers seem alot better in Windows 8 compared to 7 though, it's almost as if alot of tweaks from Von Dach's thread have been applied by default in Windows 8. Running wireshark on an idle system, on W7 there's also alot more going on on the NIC in the background compared to W8. EDIT: Scrap "a bit snappier", I knew nvidia drivers were getting a bit laggier and bloated lately compared to like 2 or 3 years ago, but damn every visual change on my screen just pops up so smooth now.