Nvidia's The Division PC Graphics Guide Helps Improve Performance

Plus, corporation acts fast following widespread reports that its Division 364.47 driver was triggering critical problems.

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Graphics giant Nvidia has published an extensive guide to maximising graphics and system performance for The Division on PC.

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Within the guide, Windows users can find ways to tweak the graphical and performance settings across some 25 separate fields, including texture quality, anti-aliasing, ambient occlusion, anisotropic filtering, and object detail.

It also offers help on eliminating various Division PC graphics problems, such as screen stuttering and v-sync tearing, along with a tutorial on overclocking. The guide can be found here.

Nvidia has also deployed a new beta Geforce PC driver (version 364.51) following widespread complaints that its launch-day Division PC driver was causing numerous graphics and performance problems, including multiple reports of blue screen of death.

On March 7, Nvidia was engulfed by a flood of reports from disgruntled PC gamers who claimed that the 364.47 driver was triggering critical errors. The driver was pulled hours after going live.

In a statement published on its website, Nvidia said "our initial investigation suggests the issue was related to doing an 'express' installation."

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