NVIDIA has made available a latest graphics driver (version 364.47) just a few hours ago today for the GeForce series of graphics cards. The driver is supposed to provide the best yet gaming experience for titles such as Need for Speed, Ashes of the Singularity, Hitman, The Division, and Rise Of The Tomb Raider.
The driver update includes support for the latest Vulkan 3D API released only a week ago, and it also includes a new SLI profile for Assassin’s Creed, and other 3D SLI fixes in Titanfall. It revolves around the TDR that has been received by Adobe Illustration CC2015. Apart from these updates, there are a number of crashes and bugs that have been resolved in the latest version, such as those spotted in Call of Duty, Black Ops III, Assassin Creed Syndicate, and a handful of other games that require DirectX 9.
The driver will be compatible with most graphic cards of the GeForce family, whether they are made for desktop or laptop, and are supported by Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 of both 32 and 64 bit variations.
It is important for those who wish to install the package to ensure that they have a card that falls under the aforementioned categories to prevent hassles with drivers. The installation itself is pretty straightforward and the driver can be downloaded from the NVIDIA page or from third-party websites such as Softpedia (follow below source link). It is recommended to perform a system restart post installation because some features of a newly installed driver only start once the system has started anew.