NVIDIA responded quickly to numerous user complaints that had experienced a significant reduction in game productivity following the installation of the Windows 1122H2 update last week. It was previously reported that the introduction of this upgrade to the NVIDIA video cards has reduced the pressure on the processor, which has led to the suspension of the games, the distortion of sound and other defects.
The NVIDIA site has a page dedicated to the problem. It offers two options, both of which involve the installation of a beta version of the NVIDIA GeForce Experiment version 3.26. The first option assumes that the user downloads it on its own and will install it on his computer. If the application is already installed, it can be updated from the settings menu, but this will require the activation of the option "Sustain Experimental Functions." Otherwise, the built-in updating tool will ignore the beta version of the update until it becomes stable.
Users who do not want to install a beta version of the software will have to wait a little bit. According to available data, NVIDIA will release a stable version of GeForce Experiment 3.26 next week.