Nvidia has released new GeForce Game Ready drivers, version 372.90, a whole week before the official launch of Forza Horizon 3.

The green team is promising an optimized and “best possible gaming experience” through the latest update for when Microsoft’s new racer finally releases.

Beyond Forza Horizon 3, the new Game Ready drivers introduce several security updates which Nvidia refuses to go into detail about. ARK receives support for SLI profile, there are several fixes for issues previously reported by users, and minor amends in other areas.  There are no 3D Vision or 3D Compatibility Mode profile additions or other noteworthy upgrades over the 372.70 release.

Changes for Windows 10:

  • [SLI, GeForce GTX Titan] The Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Intensity slider is shown as grayed out after filter type is changed to None from Custom.
  • [Start Wars the Old Republic] There is flickering in the game.
  • [Rise of the Tomb Raider] The game crashes after extended gameplay.
  • [NVIDIA G-Sync] Games lag when played in windowed mode with G-Sync enabled.
  • [NVIDIA G-Sync] [World of Warcraft] Screen tearing occurs in the game when in-game V-Sync is enabled.
  • [GeForce GTX 1080] [HTC Vive] The GPU is not lighting the headset when connected over the DisplayPort.
  • [NVIDIA Ansel] Ansel to be enabled by default in the driver for white-listed games.

Changes for Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 7:

  • [SLI, UEFI] Event Viewer error 14 points to nvlddmkm when the system is rebooted.
  • [NVIDIA Ansel] Ansel to be enabled by default in the driver for white-listed games.

Forza Horizon 3 is scheduled to release on September 27 for Xbox One and PC. The DirectX 12 cross-platform title is exclusive to Windows 10 and requires the latest Anniversary Update to run.