NVIDIA 451.67 Graphics Driver Release: Fix 23 Bugs, Save 144Hz HDMI Display

NVIDIA has just released the GeForce 451.67 executive graphics driver, as usual, a Game Ready game optimization driver, with optimized support for “Death Stranding,” Horizon: Zero Dawn, F1 2020 for best performance.

NVIDIA 451.67 Graphics Driver Release: Fix 23 Bugs, Save 144Hz HDMI Display

At the same time, the new driver has fixed up to 23 different bugs, notably:

– The 144Hz HDMI display refresh rate cannot be set to exceed 120Hz.

– After Kepler graphics cards turn on SLI, G-Sync, the startup program experiences time-out detection and recovery (TDR).

– GTX 1050 Ti graphics notebook blue screen, program crash, system crash.

– Part-of-the-time high-swipe notebook based on Pascal’s graphics card randomly drops to 60Hz in the game refresh rate.

– The LVDS display notebook installs the drive after the white screen after reboot.

– Adobe Premiere Lumetri Color Panel adjustments cause video noise.

– The Tomb Raider launch crash after turning on hardware to speed up GPU scheduling.

– The secondary screen displays a delay or no response when playing games on the home screen after the hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is turned on.

– “Detroit: Becoming a Human” random collapse.

– Valve Index VR has an HDCP error.

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