NVIDIA has finally released the first public preview of its graphics driver for GeForce GTX 10 series and, as expected, it’s not good news for gamers.
The new version of the driver includes some bug fixes, performance improvements, and other improvements.
But while we still need to wait for the driver to be released to gamers, it will be the first time we’ll see this new graphics driver on NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce cards.
We first got a chance to test the new Nvidia driver last week when we tested it on our $549 GTX 1060 graphics card, which is powered by the company’s latest and greatest Pascal architecture.
We ran a number of benchmarks that used the new driver and found it to be very fast and responsive.
But it was not quite fast enough to match the performance of our previous high-end graphics cards, which were powered by older Pascal chips.
The GTX 1070 is the latest high-performance graphics card from Nvidia, and we’re happy to report that it’s also running on this new Pascal driver.
If you’re looking to buy a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 1080, you might want to consider this new driver before buying the cheaper graphics cards.
In addition to being faster and smoother than the older chips, Nvidia has included some new features in this new version, like an automatic power management feature that reduces power consumption when the GPU is idle.
The power management function is a way for Nvidia to improve performance when the GPUs idle state is not good.
The GeForce GTX 1070 has a higher clock speed and higher clock frequency, which should mean more performance, but you will also pay a premium in terms of power consumption.
The card has the same base clock frequency as the GTX 1090, but the GPU consumes much more power.
If you’re interested in buying the high-power GeForce 1060 and 1060 Ti graphics cards and don’t mind paying the extra money, we recommend waiting until the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and GTX 1080 cards are released.