NVIDIA releases patch to fix game performance degradation on Windows

NVIDIA releases patch to fix game performance degradation on Windows 11 22H2 PCs

NVIDIA was quick to respond to numerous complaints from users who noticed a significant drop in gaming performance after installing last week’s Windows 11 22H2 update. Earlier it became known that installing the mentioned update on computers with NVIDIA graphics cards leads to a decrease in processor load, because of which games freeze, sound distortions and other defects appear.

    Image source: NVIDIA

Image source: NVIDIA

Appeared on the NVIDIA website sidededicated to the problem at hand. To solve it, two options are offered, both of which involve installing the NVIDIA GeForce Experience version 3.26 beta software. The first option assumes that the user will independently download it from the NVIDIA website and install it on his computer. If this application is already installed, it can be updated from the settings menu, but for this you need to check the option “Enable experimental features”. Otherwise, the built-in updater will ignore the beta update until it reaches a stable status.

If you don’t want to install the beta version of the software product, you’ll have to be patient. According to reports, NVIDIA will release a stable version of GeForce Experience 3.26 next week.


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