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GForce Experience update vs manual install of drivers - what's best?

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Hi,

 

A quick question hopefully...

 

In the past, there was quite a lot of problems with installing drivers, so the recommendation was a complete uninstall and cleanup of the Nvidia drivers prior to installing new ones.

 

What is the latest experience/feedback you have using the Gforce Experience download/update method. Is this fairly robust or best to stick with manual install of current drivers?

 

 

Regards

 


Mark Aldridge
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Recently, I updated almost exclusively through Gforce Experience and didn't run into any issues. I delete the shader cache though after the installation.


Hans Schmitz

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For me it changes from Driver to Driver,  sometimes i only install  Graphics Driver and PhysX System Software other drivers i install everything, truth is i never notice a difference.   Some folks say some of the components like HD Audio Driver cause conflicts with there system so after they install the Driver they Disable them. 


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