Latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Drivers for Windows 10 [2]

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  1. Whackbag's Avatar
    Posts : 49
    Windows 10 Pro 21H1
       #941

    Haha i just woke up & see there's been another one (.79)...great, another 600+Meg download just to get the driver again.

    Wish they'd stop bundling Geforce Experience.
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  2. Posts : 451
    Windows 10 Pro( x64) Ver 2004 DEV.CHANNEL 21390.1010.Co
       #942

    466.77...working good for me
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  3. MrBison's Avatar
    Posts : 51
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro for Workstations x64
       #943

    I went back to 466.47, because 466.77 and 466.63 were closing some games like forza and Dragon Age Inquisition.with version 466.47, this stopped happening.

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  4. IronZorg89's Avatar
    Posts : 2,418
    Windows 10 pro x64-bit
       #944

    Just installed 466.77 on two machines: HP GT 635 and Asus RTX 2080Ti. So far no issues to report.
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  5. DooGie's Avatar
    Posts : 9,554
    Wndows 10 Pro x64 dev channel
       #945

    466.77 is working fine here
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  6. Busan's Avatar
    Posts : 8
    Win 10 Pro
       #946

    Melchior said:
    You can find your latest drivers here at Nvidia website
    Advanced Driver Search | NVIDIA
    just plug in what you use for integrated graphics... in this case GeForce 840m

    so either v466.47 or hotfix v466.74
    do you standard drivers or DCH version?
    I use standard version, and I've been on 466.55 HF recently.
    I mean, is it okay for an old laptop with Intel Haswell processor and GeForce 840M graphics card running the latest nVidia driver version?

    A friend once told me that newer versions of the nVidia driver are just for newer graphics cards, so I'm thinking I'll stick with a version that's more suitable and reliable for my laptop, but I'm not sure which one, which is why I'm asking here, hoping that someone knows based on their experience.
    Thank You
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  7. Ghot's Avatar
    Posts : 10,724
    Win 10 Home 10.0.19043.1055 (x64) [21H1]
       #947

    Busan said:
    I use standard version, and I've been on 466.55 HF recently.
    I mean, is it okay for an old laptop with Intel Haswell processor and GeForce 840M graphics card running the latest nVidia driver version?

    A friend once told me that newer versions of the nVidia driver are just for newer graphics cards, so I'm thinking I'll stick with a version that's more suitable and reliable for my laptop, but I'm not sure which one, which is why I'm asking here, hoping that someone knows based on their experience.
    Thank You


    When the search returns the drivers, click on one, and then on the "Supported Products" tab.
    Check to see if your vid card is supported.

    That's what Nvidia says.
    Personally, I only update vid card drivers if I need to.

    For my RTX 2070 (desktop), I'm still on 442.74 standard driver. I haven't found any reason to update the driver.

    If the driver you are on, does what you need it to do...leave it.
    As for which driver version is best for your 840m... that's pretty much up to you.
    There is no "perfect driver" for the 840m.

    A lot depends on what you're using your laptop for, what programs or games you're running, etc.
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  8. Posts : 118
    Windows 10
       #948

    Support Plan for Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1

    Effective October 2021, Game Ready Driver upgrades, including performance enhancements, new features, and bug fixes, will be exclusively available for systems utilizing Windows 10 as their operating system. Critical security updates will be available on systems utilizing Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 through September 2024.
    Support Plan for Kepler-series GeForce GPUs for Desktop

    Effective October 2021, Game Ready Driver upgrades, including performance enhancements, new features, and bug fixes, will be available for systems utilizing Maxwell, Pascal, Turing, and Ampere-series GPUs. Critical security updates will be available on systems utilizing desktop Kepler-series GPUs through September 2024.
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  9. Melchior's Avatar
    Posts : 301
    Windows 10 Pro (x64)(v21H1)(Build 19043.1052)
       #949

    ok... so I am running a EVGA/Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ACX model.. of gfx card..
    so I guess I am good to go for Nvidia display driver updates for another year or so..

    so I did a quick Google check and the resulting Wiki(s) ..

    Maxwell -> "The Maxwell architecture was introduced in later models of the GeForce 700 series and is also used in the GeForce 800M series, GeForce 900 series,"

    Pascal -> GeForce 10 series, like the GTX 1070 & GTX 1080
    Turing -> GeForce 20 series and GTX 16xx series but without the ray-tracing and AI
    Ampere -> GeForce 30 series
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