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Download NVIDIA Forceware 387.92 WHQL Win7 32-bit

NVIDIA Forceware WHQL Vista 387.92

By NVIDIA Corporation  (Freeware)
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NVIDIA Forceware WHQL software unleashes the full power and features in NVIDIA's desktop, gaming, platform, workstation, laptop, multimedia, and mobile products. Delivering a proven record of compatibility, reliability, and stability with the widest range of games and applications, ForceWare software ensures the best experience with your NVIDIA hardware.

  • Incredible 3D and video performance for all of your applications.
  • Rock-solid system stability, greater compatibility, and reliability with NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA).
  • Industry-leading features for graphics, audio, video, communications, storage, and security.
  • Robust product support for over ten unique operating systems.
  • Continual product performance and feature updates for the life of your NVIDIA hardware.

This software requires Windows Vista.

Title: NVIDIA Forceware 387.92 WHQL Win7 32-bit
Filename: 387.92-desktop-win8-win7-32bit-international-whql.exe
File size: 324.09MB (339,838,192 bytes)
Requirements: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: October 9, 2017
Author: NVIDIA Corporation
www.nvidia.com
Homepage: www.nvidia.com
MD5 Checksum: C6713B133DEACBD6B3EF7787B9113E2C

Changes and Fixed Issues:
[SLI][Intel X299]: Low GPU usage resulting in poor performance occurs with the X299.
[YouTube]: With Fast Sync enabled, twitching occurs in full-screen YouTube videos while moving the mouse cursor.
[Discord]: Share FPS overlay appears in the application.
[HTC Vive]: VR view may jump at random times.
[NVIDIA Control Panel]: Custom resolutions are not preserved after updating the driver Win10.
[NVIDIA Control Panel][ASUS 4k display] : "Use NVIDIA Color Setting” is not preserved after updating or rolling back the driver.
Lines flash across the screen momentarily while booting into Windows.

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