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What's the recommended method these days for updating Nvidia drivers? I haven't done it yet since owning this rig, and my last was AMD.

 

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Use GeForce Experience Utility, that check your video card, install all drivers, and some them, configure best graphic settings for games

 

check here: http://www.geforce.com/geforce-experience/download

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+1 to going to nvidia webpage.....other that that I check my nvidia setting panel in windows and ask it to check for updates...though that hasn't work for me in this last driver update....

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The Geforce experience looks interesting. Does it update drivers reliably? My last Nvidia rig was a while ago, and it was always a trauma updating drivers and not having problems afterwards meaning a driver sweep! My last AMD Radeon was even worse!!

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It's easy now.

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It's easy now.

 

Thanks Joey45, is that using or not using the Experience tool?

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Experience tool, let it notify you of drivers, acknowledge, and let it do the install.

None of this manual uninstal instal nonsense anymore.

 

Works for me.


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So it's positive for GE then. I always hated updating on my last few rigs

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  • 2 weeks later...

Is it possible to do a roll back to previous version with this Experience thingy...?

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It's easy now.

 

It always has been easy. Run the executable, select clean install, done.

 

It's not like these are AMD drivers. :D

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