NVIDIA is back once again with their first driver release for the month of July. This latest update, 368.69 WQHL, is focused on the usual mix of fixes, along with "game ready" driver support for the forthcoming VR edition of DiRT Rally.

This driver update continues with the release 367 branch, and the list of fixes covers a broad area. There are a few fixes listed in the release notes for productivity items like CUDA, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and a crash when running the NVIDIA GRID K1 under a Window 10 virtual machine. There is also a fix for a rendering error in XSplit Broadcaster. Also resolved is an issue causing The Crew to crash when launched after a driver update. Additionally, there is a fix for the GTX 1080 Founders Edition’s fans spinning up and down rapidly.

Beyond the list of fixes, NVIDIA has provided support for the upcoming DiRT Rally VR. A release date hasn't been announced yet, though NVIDIA notes in their blog that we will see it on the Oculus Store soon and that current owners will receive an update through Steam this month. There are also SLI profiles provided for Armored Warfare, Dangerous Golf, iRacing: Motorsport Simulator, Lost Ark, and Tiger Knight.

Anyone interested can download the updated drivers through GeForce Experience or on the NVIDIA driver download page. More information on this update and further issues can be found in the 368.69 release notes.

Source: NVIDIA

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  • justaviking - Thursday, July 7, 2016 - link

    Game updates are cool.
    I'm looking forward to running Iray on my shiny new GTX 1080. The last I head that support is expected to coincide with SIGGRAPH, later in July.
    CUDA 8 will be good to, especially for Blender Cycles on my 1080.

    Hey, that reminds me, I wonder if the full GTX 1080 review will be out before its time to upgrade to a better card in a few years. (Yeah, that was snarky.)
  • pencea - Thursday, July 7, 2016 - link

    "we’ll be back in a few days with our full review"

    Hmm right... That's whats written in both preview articles of the GTX 1080 & 480X preview. It's been over a month, and yet still no reviews of the GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 in sight.

    As for the 480X it's now been a week and no reviews for it too...

    It's a little disheartening for a big Tech site like this to be so late GPU reviews.

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