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New NVIDIA Geforce 451.85 HotFix driver fixes some issues in various games including Death Stranding, Forza and Shadow of the Tomb Raider

A new NVIDIA Geforce 451.85 HotFix driver has been released that fixes some Death Stranding issues on PC, Forza Motorsport 7 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

The hotfix driver is based on NVIDIA’s Game Ready Driver 451.67 (released earlier this month) and addresses an issue in Shadow of the Tomb Raider that caused the game to crash on startup with hardware accelerated GPU scheduling enabled.

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In addition, the driver solves some stuttering problems in Forza Motorsport 7 after driving a few laps.

According to the release notes, the NVIDIA hotfix also fixes texture corruption in Death Stranding on GeForce GTX 16 / RTX 20 series GPUs.

Last but not least, the new Geforce 451.85 hotfix driver adds support Samsung’s 27 ″ Odyssey G7 QLED curved gaming monitor.

We’ve included the release notes, as provided by NVIDIA, below:

NVIDIA Geforce 451.85 Release Notes for HotFix Drivers

  • [Shadow of the Tomb Raider][DirectX 12]: The game may crash when launched with hardware accelerated GPU scheduling enabled.
  • [Death Stranding]: Texture Corruption Can Be Observed While Playing On GeForce GTX 16 / RTX 20 Series GPUs
  • NVIDIA Control Panel does not display the native resolution of some HDTVs with invalid timings
  • Some games may show random stoppages that last for a few seconds during gameplay.
  • Some displays may display a green tint when Windows Night Light is running
  • [Forza Motorsport 7]: The game starts to stutter after a few laps of racing
  • [G-Sync Compatible] Adds support for the Samsung 27 ″ Odyssey G7 gaming monitor

The NVIDIA Geforce 451.85 HotFix driver can be downloaded from NVIDIA’s official support page here.

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