Drivers Video nVIDIA GeForce Drivers for Windows

nVIDIA GeForce Drivers for Windows 397.64 for Windows

by NVIDIA Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (1,842 votes)

File Details

File Size 473.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista
Date Added
Total Downloads 608,476
Publisher NVIDIA Corp.
Homepage nVIDIA GeForce Drivers
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Recommended driver for Nvidia cards. It is Microsoft WHQL-certified and will also be available for download via Windows Update.

Latest Reviews

fimmwolf

fimmwolf reviewed v391.01 on Feb 27, 2018

doesn't make my 60fps monitor werk at 144Hz

some guy

some guy reviewed v388.71 on Dec 22, 2017

removed previous drivers and all the bloat before my install , always choose custom install uncheck nvidia experience crap
had to go back to the 2016 drivers anything in the 2017 causes kernel crash Gt-710

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed v375.95 on Nov 22, 2016

You don't have to use GeForce Experience at all!
Just download the driver direct from http://www.nvidia.co.uk/Download/index.aspx

They're still large, but then it contains a lot..

tim_tester

tim_tester reviewed v375.63 on Oct 27, 2016

288 megs of bloat need to create an account to update my drivers by your bloated tool! I would rather do it manually

cyberguy

cyberguy reviewed v375.63 on Oct 27, 2016

started noticing some corruption with animated gifs and videos for a short time after they load. This didn't happen until after this update.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v372.54 on Aug 18, 2016

You would think by now they would have made a universal download that has all nVIDIA drivers

minklein

minklein reviewed v368.22 on May 24, 2016

Running a 2011-3, 980 and Win10 64. I just ran a quick test with FM 06. Used DDU to do a clean install on each driver. 365.19 worked better for me.

368.22 35k plus change
365.19 36k plus change

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v361.91 on Feb 17, 2016

@Sven123456789

sounds more like a bad experience with win 10 than nVIDIA

win 10 drops support for a ton of old video cards
AMD and nVIDIA... most of them are junk video cards that need to go in the trash

stay with win 7 if you need to...

Sven123456789

Sven123456789 reviewed v359.06 on Dec 3, 2015

If I could give Nvidia a zero rating, I would. I'm stuck with lousy Microsoft basic display adapter because Nvidia is too lazy to update my graphics driver. My pc is less than 5 years old, its not like a win 95 pc from the 90's. So Microsoft basically forces me to upgrade to win 10. Kills my nvidia driver. Nvidia is not making an upgrade for my driver, just this one here thats not compatible with my pc. And now I lost use of all my video games and some other software. Luckily I have my old 10 year old win XP Gateway pc which i've switched back to. And it works like a charm. And yes, it thankfully doesn't have an Nvidia graphics card.

Zoroaster

Zoroaster reviewed v359.06 on Dec 1, 2015

Runs perfectly well but many updates concern only modifications to better deal with latest games and not being a gamer myself I update nVidia GeForce only when security and /or general enhancement is/are included.

359.06 as i've read it on the French pages of nVidia release notes (unable to find the information on English pages when it should be the FIRST information provided for updates) states that 359.06 concerns only a better handling of latest games. I'm not going to download 260MB again just to have an improvement with games I don't play. I stick for the time being with 359.00

Avg. Rating 4.2 (1,842 votes)
Your Rating
fimmwolf

fimmwolf reviewed v391.01 on Feb 27, 2018

Pros: Quick Tip: right click the 391.01-desktop-win10-64bit-international-whql.exe file and extract to it's own folder. Then keep only the following folders
Display.Driver
HDAudio
NVI2
PhysX

delete the other folders

keep all the loose files (or at least setup.exe and setup.cfg)

now run setup.exe (you'll have no telemetry and no unnecessary bloat)

Cons: makes muh games werk

Bottom Line: doesn't make my 60fps monitor werk at 144Hz

some guy

some guy reviewed v388.71 on Dec 22, 2017

Pros: it's free

Cons: over bloated, last 5 releases cause kernel crash GT-710 windows 7 64 bit running the 2016 release was the last good build

Bottom Line: removed previous drivers and all the bloat before my install , always choose custom install uncheck nvidia experience crap
had to go back to the 2016 drivers anything in the 2017 causes kernel crash Gt-710

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed v375.95 on Nov 22, 2016

You don't have to use GeForce Experience at all!
Just download the driver direct from http://www.nvidia.co.uk/Download/index.aspx

They're still large, but then it contains a lot..

tim_tester

tim_tester reviewed v375.63 on Oct 27, 2016

288 megs of bloat need to create an account to update my drivers by your bloated tool! I would rather do it manually

cyberguy

cyberguy reviewed v375.63 on Oct 27, 2016

started noticing some corruption with animated gifs and videos for a short time after they load. This didn't happen until after this update.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v372.54 on Aug 18, 2016

You would think by now they would have made a universal download that has all nVIDIA drivers

minklein

minklein reviewed v368.22 on May 24, 2016

Running a 2011-3, 980 and Win10 64. I just ran a quick test with FM 06. Used DDU to do a clean install on each driver. 365.19 worked better for me.

368.22 35k plus change
365.19 36k plus change

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v361.91 on Feb 17, 2016

@Sven123456789

sounds more like a bad experience with win 10 than nVIDIA

win 10 drops support for a ton of old video cards
AMD and nVIDIA... most of them are junk video cards that need to go in the trash

stay with win 7 if you need to...

Sven123456789

Sven123456789 reviewed v359.06 on Dec 3, 2015

If I could give Nvidia a zero rating, I would. I'm stuck with lousy Microsoft basic display adapter because Nvidia is too lazy to update my graphics driver. My pc is less than 5 years old, its not like a win 95 pc from the 90's. So Microsoft basically forces me to upgrade to win 10. Kills my nvidia driver. Nvidia is not making an upgrade for my driver, just this one here thats not compatible with my pc. And now I lost use of all my video games and some other software. Luckily I have my old 10 year old win XP Gateway pc which i've switched back to. And it works like a charm. And yes, it thankfully doesn't have an Nvidia graphics card.

Zoroaster

Zoroaster reviewed v359.06 on Dec 1, 2015

Runs perfectly well but many updates concern only modifications to better deal with latest games and not being a gamer myself I update nVidia GeForce only when security and /or general enhancement is/are included.

359.06 as i've read it on the French pages of nVidia release notes (unable to find the information on English pages when it should be the FIRST information provided for updates) states that 359.06 concerns only a better handling of latest games. I'm not going to download 260MB again just to have an improvement with games I don't play. I stick for the time being with 359.00

legion

legion reviewed v359.06 on Dec 1, 2015

Still buggy for 860m. Hotfix driver should be posted soon.

legion

legion reviewed v358.50 on Oct 14, 2015

This driver gimme erorrs on GeForce 860m. Rollin back to prev version.

AlphaBetaGamma

AlphaBetaGamma reviewed v355.60 on Aug 14, 2015

I had no problems upgrading a GTX 960. But I always do a clean uninstall using Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) first. You never trust the Nvidia (or AMD) uninstall program to work properly.

gatorfan95

gatorfan95 reviewed v355.60 on Aug 14, 2015

Be careful with this, I tried to upgrade to it on my Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 and it completely screwed up my graphics, un-installing it and installing an earlier version didn't fix it. I had to do a system restore to get my graphics card to work on an earlier version

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v340.52 on Jul 29, 2014

For those of you having trouble updating your drivers, try this display driver uninstall tool. Too bad Nvidia won't provide support.
http://www.wagnardmobile.com/DDU/

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