Nvidia has released new stable GeForce drivers. The drivers bear version number 440.97 WHQL, are suitable for Windows 7 and higher, and can be used on cards based on the Kepler architecture or newer. This release adds support for the GTX 1660 Super, image sharpening, and further expands the list of monitors that support G-Sync. The complete release notes are below:
- Adds support for GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER GPU
- Adds support for image-sharpening from NVIDIA Control Panel
- Adds support for G-SYNC compatibility with NVIDIA Ultra Low Latency Mode
- Adds support for 7 new G-SYNC compatible monitors
- Adds support for ReShade filters within GeForce Experience
- Adds support for windowed G-SYNC for OpenGL and Vulkan-based applications.
New Features and Other Changes
- Added Image Sharpening control to the NVIDIA Control Panel-> Manage 3D Settings page. Increases the level of sharpness, detail, or clarity of images in games and applications.
- Added Ultra Low Latency G-SYNC + V-Sync feature. Provides tear-free, low-latency gaming using G-SYNC displays. To enable, set Low Latency Mode to Ultra, turn on V-Sync, and enable the G-SYNC display.
- Added support for HDMI 2.1 VRR.
- G-SYNC is now supported on windowed OpenGL and Vulkan applications.
- Fixed flashes or frame drops in several Notebook models when running G-SYNC in the lower of the two system refresh rates.
Added or updated the following SLI profiles:
- Darwin Project
- The Outer Worlds (NVIDIA Turing GPUs only)
Windows 10 Open Issues
- [Super Robot Wars V]: The game crashes to a white screen. 
- [War Thunder]: The game may crash during gameplay. 
- [Battlefield V][G-SYNC][HDR]: When G-SYNC and HDR are enabled, the game cannot be maximized to full-screen after being minimized to the taskbar. 
- [Grand Theft Auto V]: The game frequently crashes. NVIDIA is working with the application developer to resolve the issue.
|Version number||441.08 WHQL|
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|