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Fallout 4 GeForce Game Ready Driver 358.91 Available NOW!
Get WHQL 358.91 GeForce driver while they are hot!  Fallout 4 needs no introduction as one of the most hotly anticipated titles of 2015, and it will release tonight!   The new drivers are just now ready as Nvidia's driver team has been tweaking them up to the very last minute and even the driver drop down boxes on Nvidia's website are not yet ready.

Win10 x64: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/94214/en-us

Win8.1/7 x64: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/94208/en-us

Game Ready for Fallout 4 and more!

Untitled-1This Game Ready driver will get GeForce Gamers set-up for tomorrow’s release of Fallout 4, as well as Star Wars Battlefront, StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void. GeForce 358.91 is WHQL and ready for the Fallout wasteland.  Driver version 358.91 is intended by Nvidia to deliver the best experience for GeForce gamers in some of the holiday’s newest and most anticipated titles.

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Learn more about how to get the optimal experience for Fallout 4, Star Wars: Battlefront, and StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void.

Happy Gaming!
To answer Jay's question. Yes, I do expect to get a Fallout key - but after launch.

So I should be able to add FO4 to this week's driver analysis of 358.91. Perfect timing!
No FO4 key. I'll buy one.

Anyway, this driver is quite solid and it brings incremental performance improvements over the last driver set with the GTX 980 Ti (I still have a ways to go but should start benching 980 Ti tonight).

Ashes of the Singularity is an exception. It got a 500MB patch a couple of days ago and again this morning for nearly 350MB. Each time, the GeForce 980 Ti performance decreased.
I wonder if AMD has bribed the developer.
Bribed, no. No more than when Nvidia sponsors a GW game. The devs obviously are working a deal with AMD and they are writing code that plays to the strengths of GCN and DX12.
I can recommend these drivers as very stable and they have improvements over the last driver set for the GTX 980 Ti. I started benching GTX 980 Ti SLI today and expect to finish tomorrow, then I am going to bench GTX 980. If I stop there, the driver performance analysis will go up Tuesday. If I add the GTX 970, then it will get published Wednesday or Thursday - nearly ten days after release.

. . . I need to get these driver results out faster. 1 week is my goal. BTR will become a more valuable resource to gamers then.

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