Last month, Nvidia’s game streaming service, GeForce Now, came out of beta officially. And since then numerous publishers have pulled their games from the service. Activizion-Blizzard, Bethesda and Hinterland Games have already pulled their titles from the service, and 2K Games has joined them.
Having just launched their first generation of consumer-grade ray tracing cards, and a suite of AI powered technology to go with it, Nvidia’s focus at CES this year is two-fold: self-driving cars and GPUs. Their keynote is about to kick off, and you can watch it here.
It’s usually a no-brainer when your preferred graphics vendor releases new drivers. Download, install and (possibly) enjoy better performance and stability. Except in the case of NVIDIA’s 397.31 drivers, which are forcing systems with GTX 1060s into a reinstall loop.