Nvidia's New Game Ready Driver for BattleTech and Frostpunk Is Now Available
On April 25, 2018, Nvidia officially released GeForce Game Ready driver, version 397.31 for BattleTech and Frostpunk. It mainly features Nvidia's RTX ray tracing technology and optimized graphic support. Now the driver release is available to download and install to improve your gaming experience. Driver Booster 5 Pro offers the automatic update of GeForce Game Ready driver with one-click solution. Or you can download it manually here.
About the new release of Nvidia's Game Ready driver
As mentioned above, the new driver enables ray tracing support in games but it requires a Volta GPU, Microsoft's DirectX Raytracing and Windows 10 Redstone 4. Beside of higher support for graphic, the new driver provides a higher audio sampling rate under HDMI interface for GPU. What’s more, it also fix some bugs including game crashes of Doom and Far Cry 5, driver TDR error and game freezes with V-Sync on and SLI both enabled.
Why update new drivers like Nvidia's Game Ready driver?
Generally, up-to-date device drivers can improve the computer performance in most situations, especially when you’re a PC game player. Games may require a driver update to improve the gaming experience, support higher gaming standard or even enjoy new features. Therefore, it’s very necessary for game players to update game drivers or components like Nvidia's new Game Ready driver in time.
Driver Booster 5 Pro can help users update device drivers and game components in real-time. It contains an online expanding driver database which can detect outdated, missing and faulty drivers and update the best-match drivers in a safe and quick method. Now, Nvidia's new Game Ready driver is available on Driver Booster 5 Pro to download and install automatically.
*Pro users can enjoy timely and automatic driver update and other advanced features to improve the PC performance without any delay. Upgrade now!
Some users on Nvidia's community forum complained about the install failures to have the latest 397.31 drivers with an install loop. Most of the complaints come from users with GTX 1060 cards. Nvidia said the new drivers are coming very soon to fix this problem. Or you can solve this issue by reverting to the old version 391.35.