NVIDIA updates GeForce drivers with Battleborn support

John White By: John White
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Are you rocking an NVIDIA GeForce graphic card right now and preparing to play Battleborn? That’s good because NVIDIA has released new graphic card drivers for its GeForce line of cards that will prepare gamers for Battleborn, Forza Motorsport 6: Apex Beta, and many more.

The latest driver update bumps the version number to 365.10, adding a slew of optimizations for games like as Overwatch and Paragon. If you have one of the latest GeForce graphic cards, the update can be downloaded from the NVIDIA GeForce Experience app.

If you do not have the app, the update can also be downloaded from the company’s website as well.

Installing this update won’t increase graphical output but if that’s something you truly want, you can download the Nvidia Inspector app. While app makes it possible to overclock your Nvidia graphic card, it’s best to have some knowledge of this before diving in. Overclocking can cause a system to overheat, ultimately destroying the card the computer system overall. If you lack the knowledge, we recommend consulting with someone who has experience and then moving on from there.

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