Nvidia releases GeForce 376.33 WHQL drivers

15.12.2016 - Posted by Luca Rocchi

Still no a word on Battlefield 1 improvements

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Following the launch of Oculus Touch with over 50 games made for VR, Nvidia releases a new driver which is - once more - supposed to improve performance, especially on all those new titles. Meanwhile we’re at version 376.33 regarding NVIDIA’s WHQL drivers. Apart from Oculus Touch support some Windows bugs have been addressed as well.


Nvidia has released their Geforce 376.33 Game Ready driver, which disables the unstable SLI profile on Titanfall 2. In addition - as tradition - Nvidia addressed several bugs on Windows 10 and Windows 7/8.1. Few weeks ago we have reported on a critical bug in Battlefield 1, which occurs in combination with GTX 700 series cards in particular on the the GTX 770. Although the game has been available for a few months already and Nvidia did uploaded several updates in the meantime, it appears that this DirectX error is still present.

Checking out the official thread on the NVIDIA forums we see that it’s 438 pages long. Apparently we’re hoping that the green division is finally going to do something about this.

As always, you can download the new GeForce 376.33 WHQL Game Ready drivers over at Nvidia's support page or automatically using the GeForce Experience software.

Fixed Issues in Version 376.33

    Windows 10 Fixed Issues
  • Install the Display Container via co-installer. [200228206]
  • [375.86, GP104] Corruption in YouTube video playback when two or more videos are playing at the same time in Chrome. [1843100]
  • Clean up the escape calls that use physical addresses. [1626231]


    Windows 8.1/Windows 8/Windows 7 Fixed Issues
  • Install the Display Container via co-installer. [200228206]
  • NV_ESC_ID_NVAPI_REPORT_WFD_HOTPLUG and NV_ESC_ID_NVAPI_ENUM_DISPLAYIDS_EX don't validate the size of input, causing a KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE. [1808374]
  • Clean up the escape calls that use physical addresses. [1626231]
  • NVL_ESC_ID_COMMON_REGISTRY_ACCESS escalates user privileges when the registry is accessed. [1359976]



Open Issues in Version 376.33 WHQL

    Windows 10 Issues
  • Dead Rising 4 crashes if it is launched with a LOW or MEDIUM graphics preset. [200259384]
  • [GM204, Tom Clancy's The Division Survival DLC] Game crashes pointing to ntdll.dll when changed to full-screen and to windowed full-screen. [200252894]
  • [GM204, ShadowPlay] For Honor silently crashes if intro video is skipped and instant replay is on. [200247313]
  • [SLI] [GeForce GTX 970M] Level loading hangs in Gears of War 4. [1826307]
  • [367.77, WDDM 2.1] Driver install/overinstall requires reboot. [1757931]
  • [SLI, GP104] Installer prompts for reboot during express overinstall of 372.69 driver on 372.54. [200231806]
  • [GM204] Quantum Break window either remains blank or freezes in game scene in windowed mode. [1804910]
  • Assassins Creed - Syndicate shows intermittent flickering black or white patches on game character faces. [200211264]
  • Surround Display icon disappears after rotate mode set to portrait. [200201040]
  • [SLI] Street Fighter V performance drop (pause and play) observed when the game is played at 4K resolution with SLI enabled. [200172046]
  • [Luxmark 3.0] Display driver stopped responding while running benchmark LuxBall HDR (Simple Benchmark:217K triangles). [200153736]
  • [347.09, GM204] Blank screen observed on an ASUS Tiled display when system resumes from shutdown or hibernation with Fast boot option enabled from BIOS. [1591053]


    Windows 8.1/Windows 8 Issues
  • [3DVision] While a stereoscopic 3D video with stereoscopic 3D enabled is played, the monitor refresh rate switches to 60 Hz after changing the resolution using the Windows control panel. [1314811]
  • [Video, Notebook] The NVIDIA Control Panel video color settings have no effect on YouTube flash video playback within Internet Explorer 10. [999485]









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