NVIDIA releases GeForce graphics 456.71 WHQL driver to majorly improve Call of Duty performance.

NVIDIA today announced the launch of its new GeForce graphics driver, build 456.71 WHQL, which is an optimized, post-driven version of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black War PC beta game. In addition, NVIDIA has enabled support for NVIDIA Reflex in the Beta version, enabling players to reduce system latency, improve game responsiveness, and enforce administrator rights requirements for EDID coverage.

NVIDIA releases GeForce graphics 456.71 WHQL driver to majorly improve Call of Duty performance.

In addition to these changes, version 456.71 fixes the low frame rate problem that occurred in The Domain of God. The low frame rate that occurs when hardware-accelerated GPU programs are enabled in Gods: Original Sin 2 corrects black screen events encountered on adaptive sync displays (if G-Sync is enabled), and resolves RTX shadow/reflection issues in Fortnite.

This update may still run into problems running Call of Duty: Field, Forza Motorsport 7, Fortnite, Zombie Legion: Dead Battle 4, and other games.

In terms of compatibility, the new version applies to 64-bit versions of Microsoft’s Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 operating systems. In addition, Windows 10 users must choose to install one of the DCH or standard installation files. When the installation is complete, make sure that you perform a system restart so that all changes take effect correctly.

Download address:

Desktop GPU:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1. Windows 10 – Standard Installation File / DCH.

Notebook GPU:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1. Windows 10 – Standard installation file / DCH.