NVIDIA has released a new GeForce Game Ready 516.59 WHQL graphics driver package. It adds support for the new GeForce GTX 1630 graphics card, as well as a day one patch for the F1 22 simulator with support for NVIDIA DLSS image scaling technology and four ray-traced lighting settings.
Additionally, NVIDIA has included support for Loopmancer and Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak in the new driver, as well as support for Windows 11 22H2 and CUDA 11.7.
List of fixed issues:
- When using the Vulkan API in Red Dead Redemption indoors, flickering could be observed around some objects.
- Image artifacts may be observed when using Optifine shaders in Minecraft Java Edition.
- Light sources may not render correctly in Neverwinter Nights.
- Flashes of black textures may occur when using the Vulkan API in Path of Exile.
- Games may freeze when using the Xbox app overlay with G-Sync enabled.
- Improved support and stability for Unreal Engine 5.
- when using GeForce RTX 30-series video cards, the monitor may not wake up from sleep mode if a switched-off TV via HDMI 2.1 is also connected to the video card;
- Enabling and disabling HDR in games may cause instability in games when using a non-native screen resolution;
- The image of video viewed in the Microsoft Edge browser may turn green if the NVIDIA Image Scaling feature is enabled and the computer is woken from sleep mode or started with a fast start.
- Shadowplay recordings may look overexposed if “Use HDR” is enabled in Windows Display Settings.
- Monitor may occasionally flicker or wake up from sleep when DSR/DLDSR is enabled;
- Image artifacts may occur in Jurassic World Evolution 2 from the Microsoft Store.
- problem with light sources in the Prepar3D application;
- On MSI GE66 Raider 10UG and MSI GE76 Raider 10UH laptops, Windows screen brightness settings do not work if the laptop uses a discrete graphics card;
- Destiny 2 may experience intermittent freezes upon launch or during gameplay.
You can download the GeForce Game Ready 516.59 WHQL graphics driver package from the company’s official website or through the GeForce Experience app.
If you notice an error, select it with the mouse and press CTRL + ENTER.