NVIDIA GeForce WHQL Drivers for Windows 10 Updated for GTX 980 GPU

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Nvidia has recently released a couple of important GeForce WHQL Drivers for Windows 10, and now it seems that you already need to get the newest ones. Read more on this below. 

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NVIDIA has released the GeForce 355.98 WHQL drivers for Windows 10 which are already available for download. This update also brings full support for the recently announced desktop-grade GTX 980 GPU for notebooks. Here’s what Nvidia said about this:

Newer cooling systems with up to 2x the cooling efficiency of existing GTX gaming notebooks keep these components ticking in the tight confines of a mobile form factor, and new fan and overclocking controls enable users to tweak fan speeds, fan control curves, and clock speeds

According to them, the notebook version of the GeForce GTX 980 is “nigh on identical” compared to its desktop counterpart which could signal the launch of very powerful generation of gaming netbooks with Windows 10 on-board.

Killing Floor 2 game is also getting a big update as the newly released driver brings support for NVIDIA’s new PhysX FleX effects. As a matter of fact, this is the first time PhysX FleX is included in a game available to the public, so it’s quite important for the company.

Go ahead and download either the NVIDIA 355.82 WHQL driver for Windows 10 in 32 or 64-bit drivers at the following links: 32-bit (227 mb) or 64-bit (290 mb). There have been users saying that this driver update has been causing the infamous blue screen error, so approach this with care.

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